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About Dental Implant

A dental implant is a small, sturdy, titanium post that can act as the root structure would for a natural tooth. This implant is placed into your jawbone beneath your gums, where it integrates with your bone over time. This process is known as osseointegration, making the implant very stable and allowing it to support a replacement tooth or bridge.

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Implant Treatment Process

  1. Assessment and Planning: A dentist or oral surgeon will first assess your oral health with X-rays or 3D images to ensure you have sufficient jawbone to support an implant and to plan precisely where the implant should be placed.

  2. Implant Placement: During the procedure, the area is numbed with local anesthesia to ensure comfort. A small incision is made in your gum where the implant is then inserted into the jawbone. This part of the procedure usually takes about 1-2 hours.

  3. Healing Process: After the implant is placed, you'll undergo a healing period that can last a few months. During this time, the implant fuses with the jawbone in a process known as osseointegration.

  4. Abutment Placement: Once the implant has bonded with the bone, a second minor surgery might be necessary to place an abutment, which serves as a base for your new tooth. After the gum tissue heals around the abutment, it’s ready for the final step.

  5. Placing the Prosthetic Tooth: The final step involves creating and attaching a custom-made crown (the prosthetic tooth) to the abutment. This crown is made to match your other teeth in color and shape, providing a natural appearance.


Why Choose Dental Implant?

  • Dental implants provide a permanent solution for missing teeth

  • They offer stability, function, and aesthetics similar to natural teeth

  • Implants integrate with the jawbone, promoting oral health and preventing bone loss

  • Comfortable chewing and speaking without slippage

  • Reliable, long-term investment in oral well-being and quality of life

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