Options for Dental Implants
Our dental implant services offer many various types of dental implants. Including Endosteal implants and Subperiosteal implants.
Endosteal implants are dental implants placed in the jawbone. Shaped like small screws, cylinders or plates, they are the most used type of implant.
Subperiosteal implants are dental implants placed under the gum in the jawbone. This type of implant used in patients who have a shallow jawbone. Also for patients whom not undergo a procedure to rebuild it.
Dental implants come in different sizes, including standard and narrow. During the consultation determined what option is right for you. It is depending on the tooth or teeth that need replacement.
TEETH IN ONE DAY
This can even be done immediately following tooth extractions. The implants are inserted during the same surgical appointment.
These new procedures are based on improved implant designs. Better diagnostic capabilities, and modifications in surgical protocol. The final outcome is predictable and longterm success is equal to that enjoyed by dental implants placed under the more traditional approach.
SINGLE TOOTH IMPLANTS
The bone has to be strong enough to hold and support the implant. If there is not enough bone, the doctor may need to add bone with a procedure called bone grafting.
The natural teeth and supporting tissues near where the implant goes must be in good health. Once the implant integrates to your bone, it acts as a new “root” for the crown. It will replace your missing tooth and fills the space left by the missing tooth.
MULTI TOOTH IMPLANTS
This option gives your teeth a natural feel and functionality. The process is often completed over many visits.
Including consultation, planning, initial exam and imaging of your teeth. Questions about your dental and medical history, and discussion of your treatment options. Placement of the dental implants. Lastly the placement of the final fixed, implant-supported bridge, or porcelain crowns custom-made replacement teeth.
The full-arch rehabilitation with only four implants available by placing two straight anterior implants and two implants tilted up to 45º in the posterior.
Allowing immediate function (fixed provisional bridge) in most cases. For patients meeting criteria for immediate loading of implants. Graftless procedure by tilting the posterior implants, utilizing available bone.