Dental Implants enable patients to recapture the structural component of their teeth after tooth loss. Dental Implants provide outstanding aesthetic and functional benefits to patients.
Generally made from Titanium, Dental Implants are the man-made replacement for the root of a tooth. Dental Implants take on the role of an anchor within the mouth and are surgically inserted into the jawbone. As the mouth heals, approximately four to six months after surgery; the bone and Implant begin to fuse together. Small posts are then attached to the Implants, which are used to anchor Crowns and Bridges.
Replacing your missing teeth will not only benefit your facial appearance but also your oral and general well-being. Once a missing tooth is replaced you will be able to eat and speak as you did previously — things that people often take for granted until their natural teeth are lost.
Many people that have dentures complain about being unable to eat whatever they like, the constant shifting and lifting of their denture.
Now we have an exciting solution to offer. Mini-implants are being routinely used to stabilize full upper or lower dentures.
How do implants work? The implant itself acts as a root or anchor for the tooth to be attached to. With denture stabilization, a number of implants are used and the denture is modified to "click" onto these. The treatment is ideal for patients who have been told that they do not have enough bone for conventional implants.
During your Dental Implant treatment, our dedicated team will ensure every possible step is taken to make you feel relaxed and at ease. Precise post-surgical instructions are also provided to promote fast and effective healing.