Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth. Each implant includes a metal part that is attached to the jawbone and serves as a solid and permanent base for the future artificial tooth (crown). Implants are used to maintain the facial structure and can withstand repeated pressure for decades. Implants are the most similar options to natural teeth.
The period when the implant welds to the bone can last a few months and can cause minimal discomfort, like any surgery. Patients may have mild swelling and temporary sensitivity to the implant site.
1. Assessment of the patient's situation to see if you are a good candidate and 3D scanning
2. Implant installment
3. Healing period
4. Exposure of the implant (if necessary)
5. Laying the permanent crown
We offer the option of nitrous oxide sedation. This will help you feel at ease and will allow you to drive right after your appointment.