Dental Implants
Dental implants give a solid base for restoring lost teeth that appear, feel, and operate naturally.

Implants are titanium anchors that are surgically implanted into the upper and/or lower jaw bone to function as tooth root replacement.

They can be used to replace single lost teeth or as a permanent alternative to removable partial or full dentures.

Advantages Of Dental Implants
  • Make a bridge or denture more secure and pleasant by strengthening it. 
  • Improve your chewing and speaking ability.
  • Prevent bone loss that happens when a tooth is lost to preserve your face structure. 
  • With tooth loss, you can get rid of joint discomfort and biting issues caused by teeth moving. 
  • Restore your grin and boost your self-esteem!
Is there anything more I should know about dental implants?

To establish if you are a candidate for dental implants, a three-dimensional scan will be performed. Other components in your jaws and bone are also visible in this scan, which ensures that implants may be put securely.

Additional operations may be required in some circumstances to fit the space required for an implant, and a surgical guide may be utilised to ensure the best possible location.

After an implant is implanted, what happens next?

After the implants have healed, a fake tooth or detachable device can be used to repair them.
To make the implant crown, impressions (moulds) are obtained (artificial tooth). Implants can also be used to support and comfort a denture or partial denture.

To find out if you're a good candidate for implants, give us a call today!

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Here's What You Need To Know About Dental Crowns

A crown, often known as a cap, is a covering that surrounds and protects your teeth. Its goal is to return the tooth to its natural size, shape, and function.

It's critical to safeguard and strengthen your teeth. That is exactly what a crown does. When fillings or other restorations fail, crowns are the best option.

Crowns are custom-made to fit your teeth's form, size, and colour, giving you a natural, long-lasting grin.

They are quite durable and will endure for many years, although they, like most dental restorations, may need to be changed at some point.
Although there are various types of crowns, porcelain crowns (ceramic tooth-colored crowns) are the most common since they closely resemble actual teeth. In specific circumstances or at your desire, certain crowns are fashioned of metal, such as gold.

What Is The Purpose Of A Crown?
Crowns are an excellent choice in the following scenarios:
  • When you wish to improve the appearance of your teeth
  • When you have rotting teeth
  • When you have damaged or cracked teeth
  • If a filling breaks
  • Suitable for large fillings 
  • When a root canal is necessary
Our Crown-Placing Methodology

The placement of a crown usually necessitates two visits.

Here's what you can anticipate: 

  • We numb your tooth before cleaning and shaping it in preparation for the crown at your initial session. 
  • We next take imprints of your teeth, which are shipped to a lab where your personalised crown is created. 
  • You'll be given a temporary crown when you leave your first session. While your new crown is being manufactured, this will stay on your tooth for around two weeks. 
  • We'll remove the temporary crown, clean the tooth again, and make sure the permanent crown fits precisely at your second appointment. There, you'll find guidelines for proper care and maintenance.
Complete and partial dentures are available.

Dentures and partial dentures are removable prosthetics that can help restore function and replace lost teeth.

A full denture replaces all of the teeth and supports the cheeks and lips.

A partial denture uses the support of the other teeth to replace one or more lost teeth.

What is the most crucial information I need to know about dentures?

Temporary or immediate dentures can frequently be fitted the same day as teeth are extracted.

Implants can be utilised to improve the retention of partial or complete dentures.

A full oral exam should be performed once a year to review the comfort, fit, and integrity of your partials or complete dentures, as well as your gum tissue and bone within your mouth.

Are your teeth causing you any discomfort? Nothing is the worst thing you can do. Please contact us today to set up an appointment.
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