Dental implant is the most effective way to replace a missing tooth. Implant offers long-lasting and natural looking substitute and becomes part of the jawbone through osseo-integration or ability to fuse with the natural bone.
“Documented research and clinical studies indicate success rates of over 95%, the highest of any tooth-replacement option”
Which type of dental implant is best for you? Check out the three different types of dental implants below and discover how these can help you.
If you have one missing tooth or multiple that are not adjacent to each other, then a single tooth dental implant may be your best option.
IMPLANT SUPPORTED BRIDGE
When you have multiple missing teeth adjacent to each other, you may find your best option is an implant-supported bridge.
IMPLANT RETAINED DENTURE
If you are missing a majority or all of your teeth in an arch (upper or lower), then an implant-retained denture may be your best option.
Am I A Candidate for DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Our expert implantologist will be very happy to do a comprehensive assessment of your condition so we can prepare the best treatment plan that suits your need. Contact us today and book your appointment.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Based on the experience of our patients, they have experienced minimal to no discomfort as well as minimal to no swelling although these may vary from one patient to another. General anesthesia can also be administered if a patient prefer not to be awaked during the procedure.
The dental implant usually takes three to six months to fully integrate with your bone before the final tooth is placed. However, everyone heals differently and our implantologist will closely monitor your condition in order to identify the correct timing of placement of the final tooth.
You will not go out without a temporary tooth during the healing process. A provisional tooth / teeth will be fabricated for you. If you already have a missing teeth and is wearing prosthesis, you can continue wearing that after we perform minor adjustments for your comfort during the healing process.
With proper maintenance and good oral hygiene, an implant can last for many years up to a lifetime.