Dental Implants

The Most Significant Dental Innovation In The Past Century

Has dentistry really outdone nature? Natural looking and functional standalone tooth replacement systems consist of an implant, a root replacement which permanently joins to the bone, and a crown to which it is attached. Just like the teeth you see in your mouth, but unlike natural teeth, they won’t decay or develop gum disease. Dental implants take planning and time (3 to 12 months) to provide permanent tooth replacements.

  • Length of Procedure : - 30 mins to 3 hours depending on the number of implants placed. Crown(s) on implants are separate appointments (at least 3).
  • Number of Visits : - multiple visits including postoperative checks.
  • Anesthesia : Usually only local anesthetic, but options include conscious sedation, or general anesthesia
  • Duration of Results : implants can last your lifetime.
  • Recovery time : 1 to 3 days requiring minor non -steroidal anti-inflammatory, analgesic medication (Ibuprofen) and antibiotics.
  • Risks : Are few but include anything from infection to failure and more. As with any surgical procedure, Discuss with your dentist all of the risks, benefits and alternative.

Advantages of Dental Implants

Lifelike Appearance

Dental implants are virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth, in both aesthetics and function. Plus they provide a host of benefits that other tooth replacement systems just can’t match. The visible part (crown) is custom made to enhance your smile - but the real beauty of dental implants goes much deeper.

Best Long - Term solution

With the highest success rate of any tooth replacement option and a track record spanning decades, dental implants are the best long-term solution to missing teeth. Properly cared for, implants can last the rest of your life- that’s what makes tem such a good value.

Titanium Fuses to Bone

Through the natural process pf osseointegration, the titanium metal of the implant actually becomes fused with the living bone cells of the jaw. This remarkable union forms a strong and durable anchor for new teeth.

Dental Implant Replace Tooth Roots

Because they become integrated into the bone itself, dental implants actually stop the bone loss that inevitably follows tooth loss. Implants won’t loosen over time like dentures or fall like bridges; they look, feel and function just like natural teeth, Preserving bone structure helps preserve your appearance - and your confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions


Almost anyone who is missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all teeth are candidates for dental implants. Talk to your prosthodontist for your specific needs.


In general, the cost of replacing a single tooth with a dental implant is almost the same as replacing it with a regular fixed bridge. Dental implant treatment may qualify for some insurance coverage, but situations vary. The cost will vary by patient needs, bone quantity, and region. A prosthodontist will make an assessment based on your unique needs.


It varies from individual to individual and with health and habits. For a healthy individual with good oral hygiene and good health, dental implants are predictably successful with reported success rates above 90-95 percent.


Unlike natural teeth, dental implants are not susceptible to dental disease such as decay; however, the health of the gums is vital to maintaining lasting implant success. Conscientious home care by the patient and regular professional cleanings and check-ups are essential elements for dental implant sustainability. Each patient is different, and success relies upon diagnosis and planning, medical history, and a variety of other factors.


There is no such thing as “metal-free” Implants. Almost all materials used for teeth replacements have some sort of metal ions in them. Dental implants are made of titanium alloy (similar to hip implants, shoulder implants, and knee implants), which is highly biocompatible, and an allergy to titanium is extremely rare! Currently, Zirconia/Ceramic Implants (white metal) there are proven alternatives to titanium dental implants.


All-on-4® is a trademarked treatment procedure that essentially involves replacement of all missing teeth in one jaw by using only 4 implants. This procedure is especially beneficial in patients who have lost a lot of bone in the back areas of the mouth.


Dentures cannot be “made into implants”. Implants are metal screws placed into the jawbone to help anchor and support artificial teeth (dentures). It may be possible to have implants placed beneath existing dentures to aid in the stabilization and support for those dentures. This could only be done if the current dentures were otherwise in excellent condition. You should consult with your prosthodontist to have your existing dentures carefully examined.


No, dental implants are fixed solidly in the bone and allow teeth to be replaced in a manner that is closest to natural teeth.


Actually implants are most popularly used in patients who wear full dentures or partial dentures. Dental implants can be used to provide retention and support for a removable implant overdenture, which basically snaps on the implants! Therefore the partial or full denture does not move and reduces the dependency on denture adhesives/denture glue. Or, dental implants can be used for a fixed denture, where a patient's dentures are fixed/bolted to the implants through titanium components. Only the dentist can remove this from the mouth.

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