Immediate loading implants are those in which the dental implant is placed using a screw that replaces the root of the tooth, and a provisional prosthesis inserted in a single operation. This technique favours the healing of the bone tissue and the integration of the implants into the bone. Unlike multi-phase dental implants, with this procedure there is no period without fixed teeth, with obvious aesthetic and functional advantages: because the prosthesis is not supported by the gums, discomfort is reduced, so that the patient can smile and eat immediately after the surgery. The provisional dental prosthesis is removed when three to six months have passed since the insertion of the implants and the dentist will place the permanent piece that has been made so that it integrates with the rest of the patient's teeth. The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic.