DENTAL IMPLANTS

INFORMATION

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Dental implants are predictable alternatives for the replacement of missing teeth. The technology behind this treatment modality has evolved enormously over the past decades and current treatment protocols follow years of research.

Anytime, Anywhere

Single crown
Single crown

Replace a single tooth

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Bridge
Bridge

Replace multiple teeth

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Full arch replacement
Full arch replacement

Full arch replacement with All-On-Four or All-On-Six

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Single crown
Single crown

Replace a single tooth

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A dental implant is a fixed titanium screw that integrates with the bone in your jaw. This process is called osseo-integration.

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PRE-OPERATIVE PLANNING PHASE

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SURGICAL PLACEMENT PHASE

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RESTORATIVE

PHASE

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MAINTENANCE

PHASE

Dental implants are placed into carefully drilled sockets at pre-planned precise locations. The aim during placement is to achieve close contact with the surrounding bone. This creates initial stability, which over time is steadily enhanced by further growth of bone into the microscopic roughness of the implant surface.

 

Dental implants normally have some form of internal screw thread or post space that allows a variety of components to be fitted to support the replacement teeth. These components provide the foundation for long-term supported crowns, bridges or dentures.

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There are four stages to implant treatment: Planning, Surgery, Restoration and Maintenance. You may be involved with a couple of different clinicians as often the surgeon and restorative dental practitioner will differ as each stage is where their expertise lies.

 

Oral Surgeons are experts in surgery and will guide your through this contemporary surgical replacement option of your teeth.

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Our team's goal is to help you increase your function and aesthetics by replacing your missing teeth.