Dental Implants are biocompatible tooth compensation that are installed in the upper or lower jaw by simple surgical procedure, in local anesthesia. Such way built-in implant replaces the missing tooth. They are ideal solution in case of loss of one or more teeth. Their advantage, in comparison to traditional fixed-prosthetic solutions, bridges, is that they do not require the grinding of adjacent teeth (bridge supports). After the implant is implanted, the period of osteointegration is needed (the time it takes for the implant to stick together with the surrounding bone), which can last 3-6 months. After this period, on embedded implant the abutment is build on (the outer part of the implant that imitates the grinded part of the tooth and can be made of titanium or zirconium) and crown (cover) is cemented on it which replaces missing tooth. When more teeth are missing, a bridge on the implants can also be made. It is equal to a bridge that is made on natural teeth, but implants are used as carriers here (it is possible to combine implants and teeth as a carrier of such a bridge, but it is best solution if carriers are grinded teeth or implants).