Are you looking for a dental implant treatment with the newest technologies?

In Crooke & Laguna we have Dr. Eduardo Crooke González de Aguilar, an expert in implantology and oral surgery with more than 20 years of experience. He, together with Dr. Rosa Gómez Laguna, a specialist in implantology, periodontology and aesthetics, coordinate the area of implants in our dental centers.

Thanks to our commitment, experience and team of excellent professionals, we can offer technologically and qualitatively outstanding dental implant treatments:

  • Natural and innovative prosthesis with monobloc zirconia (more aesthetic and resistant)
  • Pioneers in 100% Digital Methodology
  • Fixed Teeth in 24 Hours

Dental Implant Treatment Types


Single implants and bridges

The best solution to replace one or more missing parts.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

To regain function and aesthetics after the loss of all teeth in a jaw with our special 3StepSmiles™ methodology.

Patients with bone loss

Latest available techniques that make implants with lack of bone in the maxilla or mandible possible, thanks to bone regeneration or zygomatic implants.

How implants will change your life?

  • Better appearance: with dental implants we can recover or improve the aesthetics of our smile.
  • Improved Speech – Dental implants give you the comfort of speaking without worrying about your denture moving.
  • Greater Comfort: by having fixed teeth that provide great force for chewing.
  • Improved Self-Esteem: Dental implants can restore your smile and confidence.
  • Improved digestion: by improving chewing and regaining oral health, many digestive problems disappear or improve.
  • Durability: implants can last a lifetime as long as we maintain correct oral hygiene and attend our maintenance visits with the hygienist every 6 months.

Financing options available

At Crooke and Laguna we have financing options available to our patients (up to 60 months at no additional cost). What are you waiting for to smile again? Call now and check the conditions at the clinic:

Dental implant cases before and after

Complete process in fewer visits

Fixed teeth in 24 hours

100% digital process

Minimally invasive, less healing time

We design the smile from the beginning to be more predictable

FAQ about dental implants

What is a dental implant?

An implant is a prefabricated titanium root, which is placed on the site where there are no teeth. It replaces the natural tooth root.

Which diagnostic tests are done for implants?
  1. Dental scanner:
    Life-size three-dimensional image of the patient’s mouth. We measure the lengths, volumes and densities to be able to choose the exact size of the implant without damaging any anatomical and/or nervous structure. It is essential for a good diagnosis. At Crooke & Laguna we have state-of-the-art radiological equipment so that the patient does not have to travel to another center for these diagnostic tests.
  2. Intraoral and extraoral photographs to study the case in depth and be able to see the prosthetic space and measure the aesthetics that we must achieve.
  3. Records of digital models: for the study of the prosthetic space and design of the future teeth.
Is it painful to have an implant?

It’s a simple technique and not painful. Placing 1 or 2 implants is a shorter and less irritating procedure than a filling. However, in the case of patients who are very anxious or who are going to have a more complex rehabilitation, it is possible to have several sedation treatments so that the patient is totally relaxed during the process.

How long is the surgery?

Usually, the process takes between 30 and 45 minutes, although it depends on the extension of the area to be treated.

Do implants last a lifetime?

Performing the proper maintenance, both at home and in the dental clinic, implants can last forever. However, just like periodontitis or “pyorrhea” in teeth, implants can be affected by peri-implantitis, which can cause to lose implants, so we should not trust ourselves and we must attend our periodic cleaning and maintenance reviews and perform control X-rays when the specialist determines it.

Can I eat normally?

Yes, once the treatment is finished, the patient will be able to eat normally and will regain the security that he had lost due to the absence of teeth.

Can everyone have dental implants?

Anyone can take it, except for those patients who suffer from serious diseases that lead to a very weak immune system, or patients who have been treated with bisphosphonates for more than 3 years (which are used especially in patients with osteoporosis due to menopause or other diseases ). In these cases, prior complementary tests must be carried out to see if it can be done.

What causes implant loss?

It can occur for different reasons that we can group into 3 groups:

  • Factors related to the surgical technique: good technique, quality implant, bone cooling.
  • Factors related to the prosthesis: material quality, fit, occlusion.
  • Factors related to the patient: systemic diseases (diabetes, immunosuppression …), tobacco, periodontitis, poor hygiene, lack of maintenance by a professional.
How many visits will I have for the treatment?

It depends, for a single implant with 4-5 visits in total is enough. When it is a total rehabilitation of the mouth, a greater number of visits will be needed to perfectly adjust the function and aesthetics of the mouth, although with our new 3Step Smiles™ methodology the number of appointments is reduced by almost half to 5-6 compared to 8-9 that were needed with the conventional methodology.

What advantages do implants have over bridges or dentures?

To make a fixed bridge, the teeth contiguous to the area of ​​the missing tooth must be cut. This, in addition to supplying an unnecessary loss of enamel, poses a risk of damaging the patient’s nerve (and consequently having to perform the root canal of the tooth).

In cases where a large number of pieces have been lost, we only have two alternatives: removable prostheses (removable) or implants. Here, the advantage of implants is clear, in addition to having a fixed prosthesis, we achieve better chewing function and better aesthetics.

It is important to note that by placing implants we favor the maintenance of the bone, however, when we use bridges or removable prostheses, that bone becomes thinner over time.

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