Implants are the best solution to replace missing teeth. Dental Implants are screw-like posts fabricated from a bio-compatible material. Surgical placement of dental implants is as simple as a simple tooth extraction. After the healing period, the implant will be uncovered and a crown will be made anchored to it to replace the missing tooth. We offer a wide variety of implant services, from single tooth implant to complete dentures retained by implants.
Dental Implants are artificial devices used to replace missing teeth. Implants come in many different sizes and shapes and they are placed into the bone to act as support for a prosthetic crown. These are the most modern method of replacing missing teeth. They are basically substitutes for the natural tooth roots. They are made of titanium and are usually cylindrical in size.
Dental implants are a great value for your investment. Implants look much better, and feel better, than traditional removable bridges, and offer the same force for biting as bridges that are fixed in place. Implants will last your lifetime.!!!
The implant procedure is the same whether one or all teeth are missing. In this example, there is only one missing lower tooth. For the purpose of demonstration we will assume the patient is healthy and is a candidate for this procedure.
Involves the placement of specific size and shape implants at strategic locations in the mouth. This is performed under local anesthesia and the entire procedure takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Usually the healing is uneventful as the patient is on the prescribed drugs. Implants can also be placed immediately after extractions.
Today's technologies often include zirconium abutments attached to the implant post, to assure that the new porcelain tooth possesses translucency properties similar to a natural tooth.
After impressions are taken a crown is made and shaded to match your existing teeth. The crown is then slipped over the post and cemented.
The final prosthetic crown appears as a natural tooth.
In many cases, dental implants are incorporated into an overall treatment plan that might focus on the replacement of several teeth. Some patients have the option of replacing each affected tooth with a new implant, depending upon the condition of the bone. Other treatment plans may require implants for anchoring bridges and dentures