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DENTAL 
implants

Dental implants is the closest we can get to mimicking natural missing teeth and restoring your smile. Dental implants can enable you to eat, speak and smile confidently.

Dental implants is a long-term predictable solution for those seeking a fixed option for replacing either a single tooth, restoring short spaces or full mouth rehabilitation.

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What are dental implants and what do they do?

 

Dental implants is the closest we can get to replacing missing teeth. A dental implant is, essentially, a very precisely engineered medical ‘screw’, which is carefully placed inside the jaw bone. As the implants are made of bio-compatible materials, such as titanium and  zirconia (?), natural human bone grows around the threads of the dental implant after placement, firmly securing it in place. This process is known as osseointegration. 

 

By acting like the root of a tooth, the dental implant is then able to support the top of the tooth (tooth’s crown), which is securely connected to the implant. Although one implant can hold one crown (replace one tooth), dental implants can also be used to support bridges of multiple teeth. For example, two implants can be used to hold three teeth, and 4-6 implants can hold full-mouth bridges, replacing all missing teeth in one jaw. One benefit of replacing more teeth with fewer dental implants is that it is more economic than replacing every tooth with an individual implant.

Dental implants is the closest we can get to mimicking natural missing teeth and restoring your smile. Dental implants can enable you to eat, speak and smile confidently.

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