Is a Dental Implant right for you?
If you are among the many Canadians who suffer from permanent tooth loss, you may be able to eliminate the problems and discomfort caused by poorly fitting dentures or missing teeth. You can begin to discover the joy of eating healthy, speaking clearly, feeling confident and laughing comfortably!
Benefits Of Dental Implants
- Restore your confidence to smile
- Implants are a long-term solution
- Made to look like natural teeth
- Improve your eating & speech
- Implants are easy to maintain!
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Common Dental Implant Questions
Dental Implants are artificial teeth, surgically placed into your upper or lower jawbone. The implant itself, which is usually made of titanium, is anchored directly into the bone, then a new tooth (or teeth) are secured on top.
Dental implant crowns are natural-looking, strong, and stable. Dental Implant supported dentures aid in securing the denture which helps with loose-fitting non-implant supported dentures and improve eating more difficult foods like steak.
Dental implants are a great choice if you’re missing one tooth, and even if you’re missing multiple teeth. Replacing missing teeth with dental implants is a simple set of procedures.
If you need to replace multiple teeth, a bridge or denture would be made to fit over the implants. Talk to one of our team members to see if dental implants are a good fit for you.
Our Dentists recommend Implants when replacing one or more missing teeth. To learn more about Stoneycreek Village Dental’s Implants Solutions, book an appointment and share the pros and cons of Dental Implants in your unique situation.
There are several differences between implants and bridges these include:
- Dental implants protect other teeth, meanwhile, dental bridges need the support of adjacent teeth.
- Dental implants last longer than bridges.
- Implants look more natural and facilitate chewing, since the dental bridge may slip.
Dental implants can take a while to fit. It can take months of doctors appointments. As well as eventually going to the dentist to see if it is stable. Dental implants require surgery, which can lead to infection and anesthesia-related problems.