Do you have one or several missing teeth? Are you looking for a natural-looking and durable teeth restoration option? We have the solution for you in the form of dental implants.
Dental implants are titanium metal rods that are surgically secured into the patient's jawbone to act as artificial tooth roots to support the prosthetic tooth, also called a dental crown.
Implants are an ideal tooth replacement option for those who have lost or damaged single or multiple teeth due to injury, trauma, periodontal disease, or other reasons. One of the major advantages that dental implants offer is that they are strong, firm, last long, and look natural.
A dental implant consists of three components:
The dental implant procedure entails several stages. The dentist starts by creating a treatment plan with the help of dental scans and X-rays. The procedure starts with administering local anesthesia to the patient to numb the area, and an incision is made in their gums to insert the implant into the jawbone. Once the implant is surgically placed, the dentist closes the gums over the implant.
The bone will fuse and grow around the implant over a period of a few months. Once the implant fuses with the jaw bone, the dentist attaches an abutment to the implant to hold the artificial tooth.
A crown is then custom-made and placed on the top of the implant and abutment to complete the tooth restoration process.
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