What is a Dental Implant?

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Implants Explained

Implants provide an excellent long-term solution to any part of your mouth where there are missing teeth.

A dental implant is a medical device used to replace a missing or failing tooth.

We will surgically place the dental implant into the bone. We then have to wait for the bone to integrate with the implant.

The implant is usually designed to allow mechanical fixation of the bone to it over time. This process is called osseointegration.

They then go on to support a prosthesis restoration such as a crown, bridge or removable denture.

What Are Implants Made From?

Most implants are made of titanium alloy. The titanium is biocompatible, lightweight and very strong.

However, other materials are now being seen on the market for specific cases made of Zirconium or hybrid materials.

Although the titanium root doesn’t behave entirely like a natural tooth that has more elasticity, it is a very close comparison.

The choice of implant and type of restoration is decided upon at the treatment planning stage.

Each case is different and requires unique planning and considerations to achieve a successful outcome.

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An Implant Consists of Three Parts:

  • A metal titanium rod that is surgically integrated into the jawbone
  • A metal abutment that is connected to the implant
  • An artificial tooth is made of a metal-ceramic that is connected to the abutment piece

Innovative Advanced Solutions

We at The Perfect Smile have access to the innovative implant systems that enable us to provide you with the most suitable long-term solutions that are comfortable and cost-effective for you.

Before & After Gallery

See what our patients look like before and after implants so you can gain a better idea of how they’re going to look and work for you.