Dental implants are considered the gold standard in tooth replacement technology. They function as individual artificial teeth and can be used to replace a single missing tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire mouth.
What are the 3 parts of an implant?
A dental implant consists of three different components. The titanium implant itself is surgically placed into the jaw to fuse with the bone and replace the tooth roots removed during extraction of your real tooth. An abutment is attached to the implant, and a zirconium or porcelain crown is attached to the implant. This creates the appearance of a real, natural tooth.
Benefits of Dental Implants?
Support the health and structure of your jawbone
Chew and talk without discomfort or trouble
Smile with the confidence that comes from having permanent teeth
Enjoy a long-lasting and durable tooth replacement solution
Use flexible and creative implant options to address your unique tooth loss situation
Treatment for all types of tooth loss:
Single Tooth Replacement
A single dental implant can be used to replace a solitary lost tooth. Thanks to advanced implant technology, your implant will look so natural that it will blend seamlessly with your real teeth. The sooner you replace a missing tooth, the better the better the outcome.
Multiple Teeth Replacements
In cases where multiple teeth are missing, patients may be advised to get a Fixed Implant Bridge. Fixed Implant Bridges will maintain function, preserve the jaw bone and restore beauty.
Full Mouth Replacement (Implant Supported Denture)
When you need entire mouth to be replaced, Implant supported denture would be the best option. Or your existing denture become loose, implant over denture will be a great permanent solution. Implant supported dentures require less denture base than traditional dentures. Plus, your taste and speech will be improved and you will also have more natural bite.