The Gold Standard For Tooth Replacement!
Dental Implants have changed the game for replacing missing teeth. They count as a revolutionary creation in the world of restorative dentistry.
What are Dental Implants?
Implants are small titanium screws that get surgically inserted into your jaw bone to fill the empty gap that’s caused by a missing tooth. They act as an artificial tooth root and a foundation that later supports a crown, bridge or denture.
The Dental Implant Process
- Our experienced and trusted dental professionals will examine your mouth to determine whether dental implants are a good treatment option for you or not.
- The implant is placed into your jawbone.
- The healing process takes several months, in which the implant screw fuses with the surrounding bone.
- Finally, the dental restoration (crown for example) is attached to the implant to become your new, permanent tooth that is indistinguishable from, and as good as, your natural tooth.
Implants can be used to replace one single missing tooth, or they can be used to replace multiple missing teeth by acting as the foundation that supports a dental bridge or denture. They are the best and most secure way to fill those gaps without worrying about further dental damage in the future. You will regain your confident smile, your beautiful looks and your ability to speak and chew properly.
Hygiene And Dental Implants
Dental implants are like your own natural teeth. They require regular cleaning, brushing and flossing to remain in good condition. It is also important to commit to your regular dental visits and professional hygiene sessions. Dr. Sarafov and our highly trained dental hygienists will use special instruments that are necessary to clean dental implants without damaging their metal surface beneath the gum tissues.
If you have any questions about the dental implant procedure, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our whole Bronte Village Dental Office team is always available to help you out. During your one-on-one time with Dr. Sarafov, you will get more information and case-specific details and instructions about the procedure. She spends as much time as needed to discuss the treatment plan in details with you and to make sure that you are comfortable, worry-free and satisfied with the plan. Book your dental implant consultation today!