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Dental Implants:


When you lose teeth, it affects not just your appearance but also your ability to enjoy your favorite meals and smile confidently.

While dentures and detachable bridges can assist, many people today are searching for a more solid, natural-appearing solution.

Dental implants are becoming more popular because they provide a solid, sturdy foundation for prosthetic teeth.

Your replacement teeth will appear, feel, and operate much like natural teeth, giving you the confidence to eat and smile. 


What are dental implants and how do they work?


A dental implant is a microscopic titanium screw that replaces a lost tooth in the jawbone. Dental implants serve as strong anchors for the replacement of a missing tooth or group of teeth. Dental implants are a type of dental implant that is used to


Natural-looking, natural-feeling, and natural-functioning teeth Allow you to consume almost any sort of food you choose. Maintain the shape of your face. Allow yourself to grin with self-assurance. Prevent bone damage that might occur when teeth are absent.

What should I expect from dental implant surgery?


Traditional dental implant surgery usually involves two surgical procedures placed several months apart. During the first phase, the implants are placed within the jawbone. Typically, patients will then wait 2 to 4 months in order to allow the implants to bond securely with the jawbone. Most patients can wear temporary dentures and eat a soft diet during this interim. During the second procedure, your dental implant surgeon will uncover the implants and then attach small posts that will serve as healing abutments until final replacement teeth are made by your restorative dentist.


What is the procedure for a dental implant?


Dental Implant Surgery Explained

Can dental implant surgery be done in a single procedure?


Dental Implant Placement with Bone Graft


Yes. Our doctors are well-versed in the most advanced techniques for dental implant surgery, and in some cases, our oral surgeons may be able to place dental implants in a single surgical procedure. With single-stage dental implants, our surgeons will not need a second procedure to uncover the implants. It’s important to remember, however, that implants will need time to heal before artificial teeth can be fitted by your regular dentist (usually a minimum of six weeks). In other situations, our oral surgeons may be able to place your dental implants at the same time as your tooth extraction, a process that usually requires two separate procedures. Our dental implant surgeons will carefully assess your condition and discuss all your options with you.