Missing teeth can cause a range of problems, from cosmetic stigma associated with a gap in your smile, drifting and movement of adjacent teeth to speech problems. Luckily, dental implants are now relatively easy and can look indistinguishable from your real teeth, provided you have them installed by a skilled practice.
We place implants within the bone, making them structurally identical to their natural counterparts. This can protect your bone, maintain tooth alignment, help chewing and avoid facial changes.
The dental implants we use are strong biocompatible and made from titanium, the most widely used material in implant dentistry. Our dental implants are clinically proven by some of the most thorough and in-depth research in the industry.
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Immediately (at the same time an implant is placed) or after a period of healing, an abutment is attached to the implant. This is the component that joins the implant to a tooth form called a crown, which replaces the tooth part you see in the mouth. It will hold a custom-made crown that the dental laboratory will fabricate and match to your existing teeth. The custom crown is cemented or screwed onto the abutment to permanently keep it in place. Once the crown is in place, it should be indistinguishable from your natural teeth.
As with single tooth replacement, temporary healing caps or abutments may be placed on multiple implants until the healing phase is complete. After healing, permanent abutments are attached to the implants. They then attach to custom-made crowns or bridgework that a dental laboratory will fabricate to match your existing teeth. In the final step, the custom bridge, which will replace multiple teeth, is cemented or screwed onto the abutments. The teeth have been replaced without disturbing the healthy teeth next to them, and bone loss has been halted.
Losing one or more of your teeth creates a gap in your smile, affects your ability to chew properly, and can alter your diet and nutrition. While these are all serious issues, did you know that tooth loss also leads to bone loss?