Dental Implants are usually made of titanium which have an internal screw which holds the abutment (tooth or teeth) in place. Implants vary in design, diameter and length- Our Dentists will guide you to select the best way of replacing teeth as per your requirement
A single dental implant can support one, or several, replacement teeth – so you don’t need to have one implant per replacement tooth. Implants can also be used to support a full or partial set of dentures.
The whole process of replacing teeth by getting dental implants can take several months and involves one or more surgical procedures. If you look after your teeth and implants properly, they can last as long as your natural teeth.
Dental implants offer countless benefits for patients who are missing teeth or require dentures. Patients quickly notice how beautiful their smiles are and how attractive their gums now appear increasing the willingness to show off your smile. Many patients cannot even tell the difference between their implants and original teeth. Additionally, dental implants improve oral comfort and speech in a way that traditional dentures do not. As a result, you will likely feel increased self-confidence when smiling or speaking at work or social occasions.
Dental implants offer a number of benefits for your oral health. Dental implants allow for the replacement of one or multiple teeth without affecting the adjacent teeth. Additionally, implants can support a bridge and eliminate the need for removable partial dentures. Finally, dental implants can help preserve the integrity of your mouth and face by supporting gum, cheeks, lips and jawbone structure while replacing teeth.
Loss of teeth is invariably accompanied by loss of alveolar bone. This changes the structure of the face and makes a person look 'old'. Dental Implants prevent rapid loss of bone and support cheeks and lips preventing such problems
When a tooth is lost, the adjacent teeth will always move to compensate for the space. This in turn causes periodontal problems and gum diseases. The capacity for chewing food is also reduced and can lead to digestive problems. Replacing teeth will prevent such changes from happening. Dental implants are the gold standard for replacing missing teeth.