Implant Restoration


Implant restorations offer a permanent solution for missing teeth, using advanced technology to restore your smile and oral function.

Implant restorations involve surgically placing a titanium post into the jawbone. After the implant is placed, a healing period of several months allows the post to integrate with the bone through osseointegration. Once healed, an abutment is attached to the implant, connecting the post to the custom-made crown, bridge, or denture. The final step involves placing the restoration onto the abutment.
Benefits:
• Provides long-lasting functionality and improved oral health.
• Offers a natural appearance that integrates seamlessly with natural teeth.
• Preserves jawbone health and prevents bone loss.
• Enhances overall oral stability and strength.

When Needed: Implant restorations are crucial for patients seeking a permanent, stable solution for missing teeth, offering a natural look and feel while preserving jawbone health.

FAQs

Find answers to commonly asked questions about our services, processes, ordering, technology, and policies.
What are implant restorations?

Implant restorations are dental prosthetics (crowns, bridges, or dentures) that are anchored to dental implants surgically placed in the jawbone, providing a stable and permanent solution for missing teeth.

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care, although the restorations (crowns, bridges, dentures) attached to them may need replacement every 10-15 years.

What is the procedure for getting implant restorations?

The process involves placing the implant into the jawbone, allowing it to fuse with the bone (osseointegration), and then attaching the custom-made restoration. The entire process can take several months.

Are dental implants painful?

The implant placement procedure is performed under local anesthesia, minimizing discomfort. Some soreness is expected after the surgery, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

How do I care for my dental implants?

Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly. Visit your dentist for routinecheck-ups and cleanings to ensure the longevity of your implants.

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