Dental implantation is one of the most effective methods of recovering missing teeth. During dental implantation, an artificial root (implant) is placed in the bone, on which a crown or artificial tooth is subsequently fixed. Implants are made of titanium alloy, which is embedded in the bone (integrated). It is absolutely inert and does not pose any threat to the body. The surgery can be performed with either local or general anaesthesia. Dental implants can recover the loss of a single or several teeth. This method is especially important for the aesthetic and functional rehabilitation of the jaw-tooth system during complete edentulousness. The implant can be fitted with a unit crown, as well as a bridge or prosthesis. Planning for implantation is done by computer tomography, possibly using a surgical guide (template) which allows us to perform the surgery without cutting tissue and with maximum accuracy.