Dental Implants – What Are They? How Do They Work?

Dental implants are an artificial way of replacing your entire tooth, including the tooth root, if you experience tooth loss. Whether the tooth loss has occurred as a result of a medical issue or an injury, dental implants are a great way to replace the missing teeth. But, healthy gum tissues are very important for a successful Implant.

Tooth loss, in adults, can be caused by a variety of different factors. You may have experienced significant injury to your teeth or be experiencing disease, for example, tooth decay, or gum disease. Whatever the case may be, tooth loss is the undesired result.

Dental Implants are often considered the premier option for dealing with tooth loss. Not only will the replace your lost tooth, but also protect your jawbone and remaining natural teeth. Additionally, with the proper care, your dental implants can be long-term solution for your tooth loss.


How Do Dental Implants Work?

Dental Implants are use to replace a missing tooth. They are placed in the jawbone. Bone grows around the implant, over time, helping to hold your implant in place.

Our dental implants consist of a small titanium post surgically implanted into your jawbone. These posts create a strong, stable anchor point/support for a dental crown. The posts we use are biocompatible, meaning they bond and integrate with your jawbone.

These dental technologies, makes it possible for you to receive multiple implants. It is even possible for you to have dental bridges, or even complete arches of teeth, supported by dental implants. Please remember, only your dentist can remove any implant-supported crowns and bridges as they are permanently embedded in your mouth.

You Can Enjoy Teeth That Look and Feel Natural and Strong

Our goal is to give you back the confidence to go through your day to day life without having to worrying about your teeth or feeling self conscious about your smile.

By taking special care when designing implant-supported teeth, we make sure our implants provide just the right amount of support for your cheeks and lips. Moreover, we want to make sure they not only look and feel great, but most importantly, biting and chewing all your favourite foods is comfortable and easy.

For the best long term care we suggests regular tooth brushing and flossing routine to make sure your Dental implant lasts. It is also vital you visit continue to visit your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings. This will help you maintain and enjoy your implants for the rest of your life.


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