DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implant surgery is a procedure used to replace missing teeth by surgically implanting artificial tooth roots (implants) into the jawbone. These implants provide a stable foundation for the attachment of prosthetic teeth, allowing for natural-looking and functional tooth restoration.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Why are dental implants beneficial for you

Dental implants offer numerous benefits for individuals with missing teeth. By surgically implanting artificial tooth roots into the jawbone, dental implants provide a stable foundation for prosthetic teeth, resulting in improved aesthetics, restored chewing and speaking abilities, and long-lasting tooth replacement.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

How can you determine if you are a suitable candidate for dental implant surgery?

Determining your suitability for dental implant surgery involves considering a few key factors. These include having adequate jawbone density to support the implants, maintaining healthy gums and overall good oral health, and demonstrating a commitment to proper oral hygiene and regular dental visits. A thorough examination and consultation with a dental professional will help assess your candidacy for the procedure.

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Our Simple Process

Before the surgery, a comprehensive dental examination and imaging tests are conducted to assess oral health, plan the implant placement, and address any concerns.
Pre-operative Assessment and Planning
Before the surgery, a comprehensive dental examination and imaging tests are conducted to assess oral health, plan the implant placement, and address any concerns.
During the surgery, implants are placed surgically into the jawbone under local anesthesia, allowing for osseointegration (fusion with the bone) over a healing period.
Dental Implant Placement Procedure
During the surgery, implants are placed surgically into the jawbone under local anesthesia, allowing for osseointegration (fusion with the bone) over a healing period.
After osseointegration, abutments and prosthetic teeth are attached to the implants. Regular follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor healing, provide guidance on oral hygiene, and ensure the long-term success of the dental implants.
Restoration and Post-operative Care
After osseointegration, abutments and prosthetic teeth are attached to the implants. Regular follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor healing, provide guidance on oral hygiene, and ensure the long-term success of the dental implants.

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