At our clinic, we see several patients who have loose dentures, many missing teeth, or worn and broken-down teeth. These are the ideal circumstances in which dental implants are acceptable. We can provide a comprehensive selection of implant and surgical procedures to change a patient’s smile and let them enjoy life again.
A dental implant is a titanium screw that is surgically implanted into your jawbone to replace a missing tooth root. Following its placement, the bone around your implant will progressively fuse to it, permanently anchoring it in place. A artificial tooth (a crown) that matches the colour and shape of your existing teeth is then put to the top of the implant, providing you with a permanent solution and a natural-looking smile.
Replacement teeth supported by implants appear, feel, and operate much like natural teeth. Dental implants are a proven restorative solution with a strong track record of success.
Implants are typically the best option if you have one or more missing teeth, or if you have fractured or decayed teeth that are beyond repair. You could gain benefit from implant technology if you’re uneasy wearing dentures, partial dentures, or bridges. Patients with inadequate bone, as well as those with particular health problems or behaviours, were previously not considered candidates for implants. The majority of patients may now obtain implants because to improvements in diagnosis and bone repair.
In recent years, the dental implant method has advanced dramatically, becoming faster, simpler, and much more straightforward to conduct. All of this implies that you will heal faster than in the past, and the majority of patients are amazed at how little pain they experience. However, like with other dental procedures, some discomfort and irritation can be expected. How much varies entirely on how complicated the operation is. The majority of the treatment is usually performed under local anaesthesia, which numbs your jaw and mouth so you don’t feel any pain.
A dental bridge may only last 10 years or so, but dental implants can last a lifetime. The titanium implant is designed to merge into the jawbone. It’s bio-compatible, which means it’s not harmful and won’t be rejected by the body. Overall, it is an effective tooth replacement. Dental implants have a high success rate; according to statistics, approximately 500 million people worldwide have dental implants. You could therefore be confident that it is a proven and reliable technique.
It varies according on the individual, as well as their health and behaviours. Dental implants have recorded success rates above 90% to 95% for healthy patients with adequate oral hygiene and overall good health.
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