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Restore Your Smile With Natural-Looking Dental Implants

missing tooth cover upIf you have missing teeth, your self-confidence can plummet. You also can’t enjoy all of your favourite foods and may refrain from smiling. The good news is dental implants can effectively restore your smile.

What Are Implants?

Dental implants are synthetic tooth roots that are composed of a titanium screw and a post. The implant is then covered with a fixed restoration such as a bridge, crown or denture. Natural-looking and highly durable, an implant is secured into the bone adjacent to your other teeth. After a several-month period, the implant attaches to the bone, so it looks and functions like a natural tooth.

Who Is a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Before we can provide you with dental implants, we’ll need to thoroughly screen you to find out if you are a candidate. If you take certain medications such as blood thinners, please let us know. Other medical conditions such as diabetes, recent surgery or heart disease will also need to be considered.

Of utmost importance, however, is determining if you have sufficient healthy bone to support your new dental implants. We’ll take a series of X-rays to assess your jaw density, as well as evaluate areas where teeth are missing. In some cases, a bone graft or secondary therapy will be necessary to ensure that the implant procedure is successful.

What to Expect

Getting a dental implant takes place over two stages. During the first phase, your implant is placed into your jawbone with our painless surgical technique. In the second phase, after a required healing period has passed, we’ll fit you with a crown, bridge or denture. The restoration is placed on your implant. To give you a seamless look, we will match to the rest of your teeth.

With dental implants, you can enjoy a higher quality of life by being able to speak, eat and smile with confidence.

Take that first step towards restoring your smile by booking a free dental implant consultation!

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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