Missing teeth can now be easily replaced with strong Titanium root structures such as dental implants. Your implants are not just a teeth replacement remedy, but also a way of improving one's confidence and self-esteem.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are designed to offer patients with an alternate teeth replacement strategy. The technology uses strong Titanium tooth roots that are embedded into the jawbone offering stable anchors. The restoration in the form of a dental crown would then be fixed over the implants. With dental implants, patients regain their ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. Titanium is a safe and stable material, and hence it is chosen as the perfect material to use as teeth roots.
Your dental implants can offer exceptional offer, restores and preserves facial structure, prevents bone deterioration, and helps regain the bite.
Are you the perfect candidate for dental implants?
If you are confused about whether you may be the right candidate for implants, we advise you to schedule an appointment with our dentist. With the right expertise, our dentist can conduct detailed analysis and examination with the help of dental radiographs. We also closely look into the patient's medical history to understand whether their gums are healthy enough to handle an implant and take necessary actions to help you restore your teeth to its natural form and function.
Dental implants are generally installed with surgical intervention. A typical procedure would require a minimum of two visits to the dentist's office. During your first visit, the Titanium implants are placed or embedded into the jaw bone. A sufficient period is advised to allow the implants to properly bond with the existing bone structures.
Once the implant has bonded adequately with the jaw bone is when you'll revisit us. Your dentist will gently uncover the implant and place the abutment above it. Also, we would take an impression of the tooth that can be set as a crown over the implant. Once the crown is ready, it will be attached to the abutment restoring your missing teeth.
Schedule an appointment with us to find out more about dental implants.