Dental Implants

Dental Implants are a well-liked option for patients who want to rejuvenate their smile, improve their appearance and boost their confidence.

A small gap even if isn’t at the front of your mouth and is unnoticeable, can cause bone degradation. Eventually cause the teeth around it to migrate affecting how you chew and talk also as adversely affect your facial structure.

Implants are an easy, effective and minimally invasive solution for missing teeth to restore your smile. Implants are great alternative for replacing loose-fitting Dentures.

The Process for Dental Implants

At your first appointment, you’ll receive an examination from one of our implant Dentists. The implant process will be explained to you through imaging and models. X-rays could also be taken if you opt to proceed with the treatment to make sure your jaw is robust enough to support the Implant.

  • At your next appointment, the first tooth is going to be extracted if it’s still there before fitting you with the titanium post or posts under an area anesthetic or IV sedation.
  • Multiple posts are often fitted in one appointment if you’re having quite one Implant.
  • Once the gum has healed, we’ll take an impact of your mouth so as to style the ceramic prosthesis.
  • The final step is to connect the prosthesis to the titanium Implant.
  • You will be fitted with a short-lived Resin Bridge within the case of full teeth replacement to offer the Implants time to stabilize.

Types of Dental Implants

Implant Retained Dentures

A  little screw made from biocompatible material is inserted into the jaw. Over time it fuses with the jaw bone leading to a secure anchor into your natural bone.

For Partial & Full Dentures

Dental Implants are often want to attach both partial sets and full sets of Dentures, counting on each patient’s specific needs and dentition.

For Single Tooth

One (titanium screw) is often inserted during a minimally invasive procedure. Once the location has healed, a hard and fast artificial tooth is often attached to the implant.

Eliminates the necessity for Bone Grafting

Traditional Dental Implants aren’t always suitable for patients who don’t have adequate bone mass.

All-on-4 and All-on-6 Implants are often inserted with a tilt in order that partial or full sets of upper or lower teeth are often attached to the stable implant structure.