Dental implants are the ultimate solution when teeth are missing. They are very similar to natural teeth and act as such, restoring normal function to your mouth.
Dental implants are titanium screws inserted into the bone to replace the lost tooth. They are the solution and the product of state-of-the-art dental technology for people who are missing one or more teeth, as well as the ideal choice for edentulous jaws.
An abutment post (called an abutment) is attached to the implants inserted into the jawbone, which supports the screw-retained or cemented crown. In this way, the tooth is totally recreated, from the internal structure to the external crown.
An ideal candidate for implant placement is someone who is missing one or more teeth, but also who is completely toothless. If you have difficulty eating, speaking incomprehensibly, or do nothing but hide your smile due to missing teeth and this negatively affects your self-esteem, implants are certainly the solution for you.
Frequently asked Questions
Biocompatibility and success
The pure titanium material is biocompatible with bone and therefore has a low risk of rejection and minimized surgery failure rates. The success rate is 99%.
Functionality and aesthetics
Dental implants can replace one or more teeth up to the entire arch covering all its functions, from chewing to aesthetics.
Unlike bridges, implants do not rest on surrounding teeth. This helps protect existing teeth from further damage.
If properly cared for, and subjected to regular oral hygiene sessions, dental implants can last for decades without giving any problems.