The dental implant is a screw made of titanium or zirconium which replaces the tooth’s root. The surgical procedure consists of inserting the screw into the maxillary bone. After inserting it in the bone tissue, the osteo-acceptance stage follows, with a duration of 4 to 6 months. The second stage consists of attaching the healing head (which imposes a waiting period of maximum 3 weeks), followed by the final stage, namely the prosthetic stage. This consists of mono-dental crowns, dental bridges or prostheses. The insertion is made into the bone tissue, thus regaining the functionality and aesthetics of the teeth and tissues around them.