Dental implants have rapidly become the first choice for tooth replacement for missing teeth and supporting dentures.
Implants represent a sophisticated, functional and aesthetically natural tooth replacement method. Predominantly made from titanium, dental implants are biocompatible. This allows for a strong bonding process to take place between the implant and the surrounding bone, ligaments and soft tissues, effectively forming a solid foundation to affix a crown or bridge.
Role And Key Benefits
Dental implants are now recognized as routine treatment for a full range of problems from replacing a single tooth, to full oral rehabilitation, or simply for reliable denture retention.
- Improve appearance
- Prevent the bone loss caused by missing teeth
- Maintain healthy adjacent teeth
- Improved comfort and speech
- Smile naturally
- Preserve jaw bone
- Dental implants transmit chewing forces to the jaw, stimulating it and halting the bone loss associated with missing teeth. Conventional treatment options do not offer this important benefit.
- Unlike conventional Crown & Bridge tooth replacement, dental implants do not require the grinding down of healthy teeth for abutments.
- Implants restore the ability to chew properly, allowing a complete and healthy diet.
- Whether you are missing one tooth or all your teeth, there is most likely a dental implant treatment plan that can bring back your smile.