Dental implants

Guided Implant Placement 

This placement is a technique paired with specialized software to create custom surgical guides. 

The guides direct the exact location, depth, and angle of each implant placement. Guided implants increase the chances of accuracy, safety, efficiency, and predictability of the procedure.

Single Tooth Dental Implants

A single-tooth implant replaces the tooth’s roots in the mouth. An implant creates a protective and strong foundation for fixed and removable replacement teeth that prevent bone loss in the jaw.

Implant-Supported Bridges

A bridge supported by an implant is a restorative solution for spaces where three or more are missing teeth. 

This restoration process requires a minimum of two implants to support the porcelain bridge. Bridges act as a functional and aesthetically pleasing replacement to complement natural teeth.

Implant-Supported Dentures

For patients missing multiple or all teeth, implant-supported dentures are an alternative to traditional dentures. This resolution procedure requires placing a minimum of two or more implants. 

When replacing a full arch denture, it is recommended for there to be a four implant minimum. Many factors are included to be eligible for this solution, like jawbone density as a determining factor.

Traditional dentures rely heavily on an acrylic base sitting directly on the gums held by a paste or adhesive. The use of implants as a support mechanism for dentures allows for a smaller and more comfortable base with less shifting of prosthetics during use.

Implants support both full, partial dentures and removable dentures. When choosing a removable denture, it will snap onto the implant compared to requiring denture paste or adhesives.

Full Arch with Four Implants

A procedure that is a unique and tailored implant solution allowing patients with complete edentulous (toothless) upper or lower arch a replacement of teeth in the affected arch that acts as an anchor by four implants.

Mini Dental Implants (MDIs)

In some cases, a full-size implant is not a viable option, and inadequate bone mass or small spaces in the jaw prevents the use of traditional implants. The recommended solution in this instance would be Mini Dental Implants (MDI).

MDIs are similar to regular implants, and the difference is that it is smaller in diameter. It takes two visits to the clinic and has a waiting period of a couple of months for an MDI from the placement to the time the permanent replacement tooth can be placed.

MDI placement is not invasive and requires local anesthetic and no sutures. Because of this, MDIs can be actioned with the final replacement tooth in a single day.

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