Dental Implants

A natural looking solution for missing teeth

If you have lost one or more teeth, getting dental implants will enable you to smile with more confidence. Dental implants are a dental prosthesis that replicate the form and function of natural teeth. Dental implants permanently fill up dental gaps and at the same time protect your other teeth. They are the closest we can get to putting a tooth back into the space.

Dental implants come in many shapes and sizes but they can typically be broken down into 3 main parts; the crown, titanium abutment and the implant fixture. When these 3 parts are combined, they form the basic structure of a dental implant. During implant surgery, the fixture of the dental implant will be inserted into the upper and/or lower jaw of the patient, this fixture will effectively act as a replacement of a tooth root, bonding with surrounding bone over the course of a few months after the initial surgery. We call this osseointegration.

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When do you require dental implants?

6 reasons dental implants will make you smile

Dentures supported by implants are more comfortable compared to normal dentures without implants. Moreover, the firm grip of  implants makes artificial teeth feel and appear more natural compared to normal dentures or bridges.

With proper care, dental implants have the potential to last a lifetime, with predictable outcomes. Dental implants also come with the added benefit of bone retention compared to other tooth replacement solutions such as traditional full-dentures or dental bridges.

One fear which denture wearers have is that of their dentures popping out of their mouths when they speak. Implant supported prostheses are retained firmly to the jaw, allowing patients to speak and eat with confidence.

Dental implants prevent bone loss through the preservation of natural tooth tissue and reduction in bone resorption and deterioration, restoring lost jawbone structure. After the placement of dental implants, patients can expect a certain degree of improvement when it comes to their facial structure from the restoration of previously lost jawbone structure

Dental implants fixtures are surgically placed in your jaw bone, mimicking the roots of natural teeth. Dental implants help preserve the jaw bone and reduce bone resorption. When utilising a dental implant to replace a missing tooth, patients can expect improved ability to chew food and speech

Well planned and cared for dental implants generally offer ‘survival rates’ comparable or better than other teeth replacement options.  And, as implant technology and techniques improve, so should their success rate. People in good health have the best chance for successful implants

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Step-by-Step Guide

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Healing Process

The jawbone develops and firmly holds the implant making it very strong and firm. This process is known as osseointegration and it happens over time. It can take 2 - 3 months for the implant to be totally integrated inside the jawbone. It is after this that a patient gets a permanent tooth/teeth replacement. Sometimes, the dental implants and the temporary tooth/teeth replacement(s) can be made at the same time.

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Implant Placement

Firstly, your dentist uses 3D x-ray images to identify the precise location where the dental implants will be inserted. Afterwards your dentist inserts the implants inside the jawbone. It is normal to experience inflammation or/and sensitivity after the surgical procedure and your dentist can recommend some pain relieving medication. It may be recommended by your dentist that you eat soft foodstuffs while recuperating.

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Prosthesis(Replacement Tooth/Teeth) Placement

Your dentist makes a tooth customized just for you in case you are undergoing single tooth implant procedure. This custom made tooth is known as a crown and it is meant to appear similar in appearance to your natural teeth. For implant-supported dentures and bridges, the dentist also designs customized dentures and bridges that blend with your other teeth and perfectly fit inside your mouth. Teeth replacements are then fixed on to the implants.

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