Missing Teeth?


Are missing teeth making you feel self-conscious about your smile, or keeping you from eating comfortably each day?
A dental implant is a procedure that involves a metal fixture (usually a screw) being fixed into the jawbone, which then acts as an anchor for a new false tooth.

Dental implants represent a common procedure of permanently replacing missing teeth without affecting neighbouring teeth.

With the help of dental implants, we can fully remedy toothlessness and thus strongly improve chewing and speaking abilities as well as restore a youthful smile.
Implants can also serve as carriers of a fixed dental bridge or denture.

Some people may not be suitable for this procedure. Conditions such as alcoholism, some psychiatric disorders and uncontrolled diabetes can cause problems.
Your dentist will also need to check to see how much bone you have and whether there is enough space for an implant. The adjacent teeth roots will also need to be away from the implant.
The kind of tooth replacement fitted onto a dental implant depends on how many teeth are missing and the condition of the overall bone support around the dental gaps.

High-quality Dental Implants can be expensive. A dental payment plan can help make the treatment more affordable. Ask your Implant dentist about the options for paying off the treatment gradually rather than a payment up-front.