• Single and Multiple
• All on four – Dentures
• Immediate Loaded implants
Dental implants are titanium screws placed inside of the jaw bone for replacement of single or multiple teeth. It is often the first choice among other options when it comes to restoring missing or damaged teeth. They are typically made of titanium, a biocompatible material that is accepted by the body
Dental implant surgery is one of the safest procedures in dentistry when performed by an expert.
• It is the best alternative to healthy, natural teeth.
• It is a long term solution.
• Protects the bone.
• It is fixed.
• Doesn’t interfere with speech.
• Helps to retain facial shape and smile.
If one or more teeth missing.
Implant supported complete denture.
• Full mouth rehabilitation with dental implants.
• If you want a treatment option for missing teeth that provides a more permanent, long term solution.
Who can go for implants?
• Patients who have one or more missing teeth.
• Adequate width and height of jaw bone.
• Good quality of bone.
• Smokers, diabetes, osteoporotic patients.
• Mentally retarded patients.
• Patient undergone radiation therapy.
Placing a dental implant involves certain steps:
• The dental implant, usually a cylindrical and/or tapered post made of titanium, is placed surgically into the jawbone.
• As it heals, the implant will fuse with the natural jawbone (osseo integration) and the two grow together to form a strong and enduring foundation for your replacement teeth.
• This healing process can take weeks to months.
• After the implant has bonded with the jawbone, a small connector is placed on top of the dental implant to connect the implant to the replacement tooth.
How to Care for Implants
• Brushing and flossing.
• Regular dental cleanings and check-ups once every six months.
• If you give them proper care, dental implants could last a lifetime.