Dental Implants help replace missing teeth with artificial teeth, but they are strong and durable, similar to natural teeth. Dental Implant is a cosmetic procedure to replace your missing tooth. The surgery involves attaching a base-screw assembly to the jaw bone to support a dental prosthesis, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. A variable amount of recovery time is required for osseointegration before either the implant is attached to the dental prosthesis (tooth, bridge, or denture) or an abutment that holds the dental prosthesis.
Strong and Durable Chewing Ability
Improved Speaking Ability
During the initial consultation, the dentist will perform various dental examinations to formulate treatment plans that fit the patient's needs.
Implant placement is a relatively simple small surgical procedure that can be performed under sterile conditions. Treatment is carried out with local anesthesia if necessary. During the assessment, if the underlying bone appears insufficient, there are several options for bone regeneration. Bone regeneration is performed prior to or simultaneously with implant placement, depending on need.
It can take from six weeks to six months for the implants to fuse with the patient's bone. Temporary dentures or bridge works can be applied appropriately during this integration period. In some cases, temporary teeth can be fixed while the integration process, and called as 'instant loading' on implants.
After the completion of the implant treatment, the patient should clean his new teeth (restorations) regularly and thoroughly, as recommended by the dentists. A dental hygienist can also advise on the care and maintenance of restorations and natural teeth.
Regular visits to your dentist are very important, so the health of the soft tissue, bone levels and the integrity of the restoration can be reviewed