Dental Implant Treatment

MANKIND'S ALMOST PERFECT ATTEMPT TO REPLACE NATURAL TEETH

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The cause to achieve perfection is a natural tendency of mankind. Likewise in this cause to replacing a God given structure man has perfected almost everything. Dental Implants are man's replacement for a missing tooth. Where the root of the tooth is replaced with an implant and then a crown is used to make it functional. Further research has enabled is to perfect this innovation with various surface treatment to be able to yield more positive & predictable results leading to a world class practice with the most natural solution for missing teeth.

  • Single Tooth
  • Multiple Tooth
  • Full Mouth
Single Tooth
Multiple Tooth
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Full Mouth

FAQs

1. Can you have a full mouth of dental implants?

Yes, a full mouth of dental implants is possible. Implant-supported full bridge or full denture can replace missing teeth. Dental implants will replace your lost natural teeth . Full-mouth dental implants are anchored to the jawbone with titanium, and the bone actually fuses to the implant through a process called Osseointegration, reducing the risk of bone loss.

2. Can existing dentures be implanted?

Yes switching from dentures to dental implants is possible and it improves not only your dental health but also your quality of life. Direct attachment can be installed on implants and existing dentures can be fitted on the implants.

3. How long do tooth implants last?

Tooth Implants last a life time but also depends on various factors, mainly how well you take care of your dental implants, like daily flossing and brushing, seeing a dentist every six months.

4. What are the negative effects of dental implants?

Dental Implants don't have a direct negative effects although like any surgery, dental implant surgery poses some health risks such as Infection at the implant site, Injury or damage to surrounding structures, such as other teeth or blood vessels, Sinus problems, when dental implants placed in the upper jaw protrude into one of your sinus cavities.