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All about dental implant

A dental implant is a small titanium screw-like fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. The dental implant is placed in the bone of the upper or lower jaw. After the placement, the implant has to fuse with the bone (titanium is one of the best materials to integrate with natural bone) which can take a couple of weeks. Treatment time will vary depending on your situation. It is possible to get well functioning and esthetic looking teeth within a few days. In some cases it may be necessary to wait a longer time period before finishing the restoration in order to obtain the best results.
Dental implants can be used to replace a single lost tooth or a number. Implant supported replacement teeth look, feel and function like natural teeth, they preserve the integrity of a facial structure and improve the look and function of a jaw. Once the screw-like fixture is safe, a dentist will screw in an actual dental implant that is made to look and replace natural tooth.

Basically anyone who is missing one or more of their teeth due to injury, disease, or decay may be a candidate for dental implants. Sometimes if there’s a number of teeth missing dental implants in conjunction with a crown or bridge can replace them. The rule of thumb is that if you’re healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you’re probably healthy enough to receive dental implants.

Anesthesia and patient sedation are used to eliminate any discomfort at the time of the procedure so there is virtually no pain during the process of implant insertion. There may be some discomfort after the procedure but this is usually minimal and can be significantly reduced – or eliminated – with a help of painkillers.

Research, documented studies and a long clinical history have proven the effectiveness and long lasting results of dental implants, especially as regards the physical benefits of osseointegration and bone preservation

More than 240 million people are missing one or more teeth(North America, Europe, Japan)

  • 48 million patients treated conventionally
  • 4 million patients treated with dental implants(market penetration apprix.2%
Edentulous jaws are a very common handicap
6-10% of the total world population is edentulous in booth jaws

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What is
a dental implant ?
A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. The implant is placed in the upper or lower jaw. It will bond with the bone over time and thus serve as an anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace a single lost tooth or many missing teeth.

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With more than three decades of clinical experience and over a million patients treated, statistics confirm a success rate of nearly 99 percent for individual implants*, even higher for the bridges they support.
* Results based on implants and bridges remaining and in function over a ten-year period

How much
do implants cost?
The fee for tooth replacement with dental implants will depend on several factors, including the number of teeth being replaced and the number of implants required to support your replacement teeth. To obtain a specific fee estimate, it is necessary to have our implant dentist examine your mouth. After a thorough diagnostic examination, our dentist will recommend the treatment that is best for you.

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