Dental Implant Procedures with Incredible Results
Dental implants are the recommended and ideal solution when one or more teeth are missing. And, with our advanced dental implant procedures, you will have the results you need to retain a beautiful smile. In the case of removable dental prostheses, a solution involving multiple implants to achieve optimal stability is the North American standard of care. Since the 1950’s, dental implants have gradually become part of mainstream dentistry. At the outset of this technology, researchers discovered that titanium could be bonded to bony tissue, a phenomenon known as Osseo-integration. A technique was then developed to insert one or more titanium cylinders into the bone. This technique of replacing the root of the missing tooth then allows for a crown, bridge or prosthesis to be affixed to the implant, restoring form, function and aesthetics to the previously edentulous space. Dental implants are the most advanced solution for replacing missing teeth. A dental implant is placed below the gum by an oral surgeon. After a healing and integration period of approximately 3 months the implant can be restored with a permanent crown. The results offer a life-like tooth and avoid involving surrounding healthy teeth. Implants can be used for single tooth replacement or aid in the restoring of numerous missing teeth including full dentures. The introduction of implants into modern dentistry has made the largest impact and the most direct benefit to our patients. Patients once had to deal with ill-fitting dentures that caused discomfort and embarrassment, with dental implants this is no longer the case. Implant retained dentures or bridges have effectively replaced dentures and partial dentures offering patients security and heightened confidence.
What a dental implant procedure can do for you:
- Restore comfort and stability to patients with removable prostheses
- Replace one or more missing teeth without having to use neighbouring teeth as support, thereby preserving the natural dentition.
- Preserve and maintain bone level in the endentulous area, thereby encouraging sustained bony and soft tissue support of surrounding dentition.
- Re-establish a beautiful smile!