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Prosthetic teeth that are implanted are an excellent approach to replace one or more lost teeth. They have the same appearance and function as natural teeth.

What are dental implants?

A dental implant can be used to replace a lost natural tooth. To replace the lost tooth root, a medical-grade titanium post/fixture is applied. A beautiful prosthetic tooth is placed on the new implant after it heals and integrates with the bone to complete your smile.

Why are dental implants used?

Implants are used for a wide range of purposes. Due to well-documented examples and thirty years of academic and clinical experience, dental implants are routinely used to replace a missing tooth in the mouth. Dental implants – which are the closest thing to a tooth – can be used to replace dentures. It does not rely on neighbouring teeth for support, unlike dental bridges.

Can the implant teeth be readily cleaned?

Yes. Aftercare is critical for an exemplary, long-lasting implant. You must follow the care recommendations provided by your dental professionals.

Cleaning around implanted teeth is no more difficult than cleaning natural teeth. Nonetheless, you may need to clean certain difficult-to-reach spots. You may require more regular hygienist visits. However, your dental team can advise you on this.

What Dental Implant solutions do you provide?

All-on-Four/All-on-Six Same Day Teeth – these implants are used to replace a group of teeth or all of the teeth in an arch. Treatments are often finished on the same day and are available for use right away. The All-on-Four/All-on-Six therapy offers numerous advantages, including eliminating the requirement for bone grafting, quicker healing, and a greater success rate in treating entire arches.

Implant Retained Dentures – For those accustomed to dentures but prefer more stability, implant retained dentures might be a great option. Implants are linked to dentures via implant-retained dentures, which function similarly to a pop button in that they keep the dentures in place as you go about your everyday activities. These implants are particularly beneficial to dentures with low suction and retention.

Single Tooth Implants – these implants are used to replace a single lost tooth. Patients who do not want to use a bridge or denture to replace a lost tooth may benefit from a single tooth implant. If neighbouring teeth are lost in the future, the implant can be supplemented without requiring additional surgery.

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