Implantology is a branch of modern dentistry that aims at functional and aesthetic restoration of already lost teeth without a need for filing the neighboring teeth. The implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed in the jawbone. The implant knits together with the bone, thus creating a strong foundation for the crown, just as it is with the natural tooth. After the complete osseointegration of the implant to the existing bone, a suprastructure analogous to a filed tooth stump is installed on the part located in the bone, on which the final crown is built, replacing the missing tooth. After completing the treatment, it is impossible to see at first glance the difference between the ordinary tooth and the tooth on the implant. The implant is made of titanium – a material that is bio-tolerable and is used very often in general medicine. The durability of implants is several decades, but highly depends on patient’s lifestyle, general health, regular medical examinations and the quality of the dental hygiene.