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Dental Implants

dental-implantsDental implants are surgical-grade root devices that support permanent tooth prosthetics to replace missing teeth. These artificial roots are anchored in the bone beneath the gums where they become fused with the jaw. A crown is mounted on top the implant for a long-lasting and natural looking smile. Many dentists and patients prefer dental implants because they offer the same function as natural teeth and also help prevent bone atrophy in the jaw. Dental implants may be used to replace a single missing or damaged tooth or to restore an entire smile.


Did you know?
Approximately 30 million people live with no natural teeth in one or both jaws? But more and more dental patients are opting for dental implants as a means of tooth replacement.

Are dental implants right for me?
You may qualify for dental implants if you have missing, broken or severely decayed teeth and are in relatively good overall health. The only way of determining your eligibility for implants is to consult with our Dentist at Deeragun dental to identify whether you have adequate bone support and healthy gums that will support the new tooth structure.

What should I expect if my dentist and I decide dental implants are right for me?
The placement of dental implants is a multi-step process. It begins with evaluation and planning. A surgical procedure during which a titanium implant is placed where a previous natural tooth root once was. The gums are sutured shut over the implant, where is will stay for several months while it heals and begins fusing with the surrounding bone. At the conclusion of the healing period, you’ll return to be fitted for permanent crowns and have them placed.

What type of post-treatment care will I require?
It is normal to experience some discomfort, including bruising and swelling following a dental implant procedure. However, inflammation and pain may be managed with over-the-counter medications or as prescribed by the dentist. You may be asked to eat only soft foods for approximately 2 weeks until the surgical site heals.