All About Dental Implants

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When discussing dental implant placement methods, there are three types that you need to be aware of – Conventional Implant Placement, Computer Guided Implant Placement and Immediate Placement.

  • The natural tooth was lost over 9 months previously
  • Incisions are made in the gum tissue, and a full gum flap is raised to expose the bone

Experience the Benefits of Computer-Guided Implant Dentistry

Full Arch Dental Implant Solutions

The “All-on-6” procedure is designed as a permanent solution for the complete replacement of failing or missing teeth in the upper and/or lower jaws. This procedure uses 6 (or more) implants instead of similar procedures utilizing only 4 implants (“All-on-4”).

The All-on-4® treatment procedure is a cost-efficient solution that provides patients with a fixed full-arch prosthesis on the day of surgery.

Full – Arch Removable Solutions are a cost-efficient solution that provides patients with a removable full-arch prosthesis.

Full – Arch Fixed Solutions are a solution that provides patients with a fully fixed full-arch prosthesis.

Teeth in a Day™ is an option that allows patients who have All-on-6, All-on-4, Full-Arch Removable Solutions and Full-Arch Fixed Solutions to leave with brand new teeth on the same day of surgery.

Implant Bridges Solutions

In situations where several consecutive teeth are missing, it may be possible to utilize fewer implants by doing a dental implant supported bridge. 

Single Dental Implant Solutions

Compared to shaving down adjacent teeth to support a false tooth, as is the case in a tooth supported bridge, a dental implant preserves adjacent tooth structure and is less invasive, especially when a computer-guided implant placement method is used.

Change Your Smile, Change Your Life!

After you’ve invested a lot of time and money into your Dental Implant restoration, it is very important to take care of it just like you would take care of your natural teeth.

After many years of tooth wear or tooth loss, some patients can find themselves with a worn or “collapsed” bite. This in turn can result in unfavourable facial changes and discomfort in the jaw joints (TMJ’s). 

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