How Does Dental Implant Works
Implants are made from titanium, which is known for its biocompatible properties. It fuses well to your jaw bone, allowing it to provide support for artificial teeth. After being placed inside the jaw bone via a small surgical procedure, the implant is firmly anchored into its surrounding bone tissues over the next few weeks or months (osseointegration), before having a dental crown positioned on the implant.
Why dental implants instead of other teeth replacement methods
Getting Dental Implants
While dental implant technology has progressed by leaps and bounds, it is in fact not suitable for everyone. We seek to provide the most ideal and safest treatment to our patients by conducting a comprehensive examination during your initial visit, to ensure your suitability for dental implant treatment. 3D x-ray imaging is also available when we need to better visualise what we are working with.
Dental implants are not for everyone. A comprehensive examination with us will be necessary to determine your suitability for this treatment.
In order to ensure that your implant lasts, good oral hygiene is crucial. It is important to make use of interdental tools that allows you to reach and clean areas around your implant that may be difficult to reach.