Incoma dental clinic Madrid Spain dental surgery Dr Beatriz Galindo Martens dentist

Doctor Beatriz Galindo Martens dentist in Madrid Spain Tel: 915545405 Whatsapp: 695921640 Email: Address: Incoma Imtra dental clinic, Calle Explanada 16, 28040 Madrid. Dental surgery in the Moncloa Aravaca district metro station Guzman el Bueno. Websites in Spanish and English:

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Dental Implants Madrid Incoma Dentists

Not all dental implants are equal

The success of an implant will depend on the implant itself, the bone health of the patient and the professional course. Let's refer specifically to the differences in the quality of the materials used. Most dental implants currently used to replace missing teeth are made of titanium. Among the different shaped implants with osseointegrated (bone integrated) root, there are significant differences:

- The shape of the implant thread pattern;
- The presence or absence of a machined surface on the implant neck;
- The type and location of the abutment connection; and
- The presence of grooves on the implant body to promote greater bone anchor.

Surface chemistry can vary

This influences both the rate and the percentage of osseointegration. Also to be considered is the stability of the bone to implant connection and functional load anchorage.
Scientific documentation to support the company product warranty

It is important to consider all the scientific documentation to support the company product warranty, and not just the price.

Because there has been a rapid evolution in the development of implants by the major manufacturers (Zimmer, Straumann, Nobel, 3i etc.), both dentists and patients need to know what the current technology options are that are available and how to avoid choosing an outdated implant or even worse, an implant may have been manufactured by a company that is no longer in business.
New and improved implant designs
Improved implant surfaces and bone integration

The new implant designs improve the primary stability and bone implant contact (BIC) in all types of bone. The new implant surfaces that mimic the microscopic structure of bone increase osteointegration meaning that the implant embeds better into the patient's bone.

There have been significant Bioactive implant surface improvements such as adding titanium oxide enriched phosphate, fluoride ions, calcium phosphate, etc. manufactured in oxygen free environments to reduce oxidation contaminants, combined with storage in sterile saline.
Improved implant shapes
Changes in the shape of the implant and screw thread designs involve greater initial stability of the implant at the time of placement. Improved connections reorient support for biomechanical loads away from the bone crest, favoring aesthetics.
Tantalum implants and trabecular architecture
Recently, tantalum has been used to create a new kind of dental implant which includes a trabecular metal design that emulates the human cancellous bone. Tantalum is stronger and more flexible than titanium (as the modulus of elasticity is similar to that of cancellous bone), and the trabecular architecture has up to 80% porosity allowing approximately 2-3 times greater bone growth compared to conventional porous coatings and double shear. The pore size and high porosity supports vascularization and osseointegration. High technology trabecular metal implants have been used with excellent results for orthopedic implants and Zimmer Dental has had great success with its trabecular metal implants TM technology for use in implantology.
Patients can be reassured that IMTRA Incoma and Doctor Beatriz Galindo Martens are officially certified for Zimmer tantalum trabecular implants.
"Metal-free" implants

Although dental implants such as zirconia ceramics are not as well documented as titanium implants, they gain popularity among patients and physicians seeking "metal-free" alternative. When zirconium implants are perfectly placed, they can provide significant aesthetic advantages. Recently, Z-Systems of Switzerland updated its zirconium implant system resulting in a very interesting new option for dentists and patients.

Modern dental and implant technology considerations

To take advantage of new dental implant technology, the choice that professionals have to make with their patients should include consideration of the following factors:

- A "rough surface" to provide greater bone anchor;
- Site preparation and instrumentation required for implant placement;
- Shape and design of screw thread for optimum stability, depending on the type of bone;
- Stable connection of the internal pillar to better distribute the functional loads, thus preserving the crestal bone;
- Improvement of surface chemistry and surface of the implant to increase the amount of secondary stability (osteogenesis);
- Scientific documentation with prospective studies and clinical trials to verify the clinical efficacy;
- An implant manufacturer company chosen that is world renowned in biomedical manufacturing that complies with the following:

- Is currently still an active implant manufacturer;
- An officially approved implant manufacturer;
- Provides an adequate replacement warranty;
- Provides high quality professional technical support;
- Provides sterile packed implants with correct expiry dates for implants and prosthetic components.
- Provides continuing education courses for dental practioners.

Doctor Beatriz Galindo Martens dentist in Madrid Spain Tel: 915545405 Email: Address: Incoma Imtra dental clinic, Calle Explanada 16, 28040 Madrid. Dental surgery in the Moncloa Aravaca district metro station Guzman el Bueno. Websites in Spanish and English:

Orthodontics Madrid Incoma Dentists

How do I know if I need Orthodontics?

Only your dentist or orthodontist can determine whether you need braces. With diagnostic tools that include a medical and dental history, clinical examination, plaster models of your teeth, and special X-rays and photographs, an orthodontist or dentist can decide whether orthodontics are recommended, and develop a treatment plan right for you.

If you have any of the following, you may be a candidate for orthodontic treatment:


Sometimes called "buck teeth" - where the upper front teeth lie too far forward and stick out over the lower teeth.


A "bulldog" appearance where the lower teeth are too far forward or the upper teeth too far back.


When the upper teeth do not come down slightly in front of the lower teeth when biting normally.

Open bite

Space between the biting surfaces of the front and / or side teeth when the back teeth bite together.

Misplaced midline

When the center of the upper front teeth does not line up with the center of the lower front teeth.


Gaps or spaces between missing teeth.


When there are too many teeth for the dental ridge to accommodate.

Overall, one can speak of fixed and removable orthodontics, although in both cases devices can be manufactured with different materials and technologies.

Fixed orthodontics

Wires and brackets. The fixed part adheres to the teeth and securing wires are used.

It can be of two types:

External Brackets

They are placed on the outside of the dental arch so they are clearly visible. The metal brackets are used most commonly, especially in the case of children and adolescents. There are also brackets with less visible aesthetics made of plastics, ceramics or sapphire.

Lingual orthodontics

They are placed on the inside of the dental arch, leaving free the external surface of the teeth. It is the best option for those who do not want to use external brackets for aesthetic reasons.

Removable Orthodontics

There are two types:

Child Orthodontics

They are made of acrylic materials which are secured by hooks to molars. They are specially used in children of 7-8 years old, and should be in place at least overnight and 4 to six hours a day, but the longer they are in place the faster the correction of orthodontics problems. They have the advantage that they can be removed, for example, to eat and to brush your teeth, which facilitates oral hygiene and keeping teeth clean.

Doctor Beatriz Galindo Martens dentist in Madrid Spain Tel: 915545405 Email: Address: Incoma Imtra dental clinic, Calle Explanada 16, 28040 Madrid. Dental surgery in the Moncloa Aravaca district metro station Guzman el Bueno. Websites in Spanish and English:

Invisalign Dentists Madrid

In the IMTRA Incoma Dental Clinic our patients are our top priority. Our dental team and the latest dental technology come together to achieve excellent dental treatment.
We aim for each and every patient in the clinic to be in a friendly relaxed environment with the intention of minimizing the fear of going to the dentist.

Your budgets is tight but you are looking for quality dental care - No problem at IMTRA Incoma we offer easy payment facilities - Just ask us to find out more details.

Tantalum Implant

With Zimmer Trabecular Metal technology, Trabecular metal implants allow the permanent teeth just two weeks after implantation, compared to the 3 to 6 months of the with traditional implants.


Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten teeth without the need for traditional metal brackets. A set of clear and removable aligners used for a period of 2 weeks or 180 hours give way to the next set in the series, so that the teeth move incrementally, week by week, until they reach the final position. They are cusom made to fit your teeth perfectly to ensure greater comfort. Invisalign costs depends on and vary depending on the complexity of the dental problem and the duration of the treatment needed. Contact us today to book an appointment to get your personalised quotation.

Invisalign is comfortable, clear and removable, so it transforms your smile without interfering with your daily life. More than 3 million people worldwide have already discovered the advantages of Invisalign. We would be happy to let you have more information in a personalised consultation.


Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned incorrectly. Crooked teeth that do not fit properly or are harder to keep clean, running the risk of being lost early due to tooth decay or gum disease. They can also cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that can lead to headaches, Temporomandibular joint dysfunction known as TMJ /TMD or TMJD syndrome that can result in neck, shoulder and back pain. Teeth that are crooked or out of place also affect the patient's appearance and confidence.

The benefits of orthodontic treatment are a healthier mouth, a more pleasing appearance, and teeth more likely to last a lifetime. A specialist in this field is called an orthodontist.

Doctor Beatriz Galindo Martens dentist in Madrid Spain Tel: 915545405 Email: Address: Incoma Imtra dental clinic, Calle Explanada 16, 28040 Madrid. Dental surgery in the Moncloa Aravaca district metro station Guzman el Bueno. Websites in Spanish and English: