Dental implants are a long-lasting
and attractive way to restore lost or removed teeth. Because no other teeth need to be changed in order to put the new tooth, they are superior than alternatives like bridges.
Over the course of a few months, the full implant procedure is carried out. Installing the implant itself, which involves driving a screw into the jaw bone, is the first step in the procedure. In order to put the implant, a gum incision must be made. If necessary, multiple implants may be inserted simultaneously. The gums are stitched once the implants have been inserted.
The osseointegration process, which takes between 3-6 months to complete,
causes the jaw bone to surround the implant as it heals. You can have temporary crowns fitted so you can eat and speak normally during this healing period and keep a pleasing look for your smile.
It’s time to attach an abutment to the implant after it has healed. Your new tooth’s abutment acts as its foundation. In order to produce your permanent repair, an impression of the abutment is obtained after it has been positioned. The crown will then be made using this in our lab. You can come back to the office to permanently affix the restoration once the work is finished. After a few period of getting acclimated to the implant, your smile will appear just like it did before, and it will feel exactly like one of your natural teeth.