Dental implants

Dental Implants, fixture, tooth restoration clinics in North York and GTA

What is dental implants?

Dental Implants is a surgical medical component (almost all today implants are root-form osseointegrated implants) that interfaces with the jaw-bone (or skull) to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor for braces. To put in simple words, dental implant is titanium screw (titanium post) which placed into the jawbone to replace missing roots and support artificial tooth or teeth replacement.


Why should I consider dental implants?

Tooth loss can occur as a result of accident or injury (sustained mouth trauma) or disease (gum disease, tooth decay etc.) and aging. A missing tooth can erode self confidence and cause physical discomfort. It can have a negative impact on eating and digestion, speech, and appearance, and may indirectly cause TMD/TMJ and jaw pain as it alters the bite. Tooth loss effects the jaw bone and may cause significant loss of bone tissue. As bone loss continues, the gum tissues gradually recede/decrease. In addition, a missing tooth/teeth can greatly affect how a person feels about their smile and overall appearance.

Dental implants are a safe, effective treatment to address missing teeth and are considered as an alternative to dentures.

Dental implants are a safe, well-established, tried-and-tested treatment and probably best available procedure and solution to missing teeth and best effective alternative to dentures. By maintaining a good oral hygiene and care, dental implants will last for a long time, and like your natural teeth stay for lifetime. Unlike denture, dental implants fix permanently in the jawbone and look like your real teeth, they are as convenient and as easy to clean as your natural teeth. They simulate real teeth in appearance, strength, feel and life.


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Dental Implants Surgery procedure
  • The first stage consists of preparation into the bone using either hand osteotomes or precision drills for placement of an implant; follow by Putting a dental implant (anchor) into your jawbone underneath the gum tissue. (where gum and tissue grows around implant).
  • Takeing x-rays of your head, jaw, teeth and examination of your mouth by dentist or specialist and finding if you need a dental implant surgery.
  • Stitching back the gum tissue into place. while the gum tissue heals the implant bond with the bone and attach to the gum. healing and bonding can take several months and differ from case to case.
  • Once the tissue is healed, the second stage of surgery can start. At the end of this healing period, the implant needs to be surgically exposed by removing some of the overlying gum to attach an abutment to the implant. An abutment is some form of post that penetrates through the gum into the mouth; which connects the replacement tooth to the implant.
  • The final restorative stage is placing the prosthetic tooth or teeth. An artificial replacement tooth is made and attach to the abutment. Sometimes it may take several appointments to fit the replacement tooth properly to the abutment.
  • For replacing several teeth or even all of your teeth, a fixed bridge is anchored to your dental implants. A bridge is a fixed dental restoration for a missing tooth or teeth by joining an artificial tooth permanently to adjacent teeth or dental implants. By using implants the bridge will held firmly in place on each side of the missing tooth or teeth.
  • Research has shown that it is often possible to place a suitable abutment and implant at the same time. There are certain limitations but it can help the dentist to expose the implant without second surgery. However, the implant still requires enough healing time for the bone to osseointegrate.


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