A missing tooth can lead to potential problems if not treated. An empty space can cause drifting and shifting of the neighboring teeth causing an unbalanced bite. If you have a missing one tooth or more and are looking for a long lasting solution, Implant is an option for you.
When you have a missing tooth, neighboring teeth start shifting and drifting causing an unbalanced bite and increase biting stress on other teeth. The gap also compromises the esthetic effect and can cause flaw in your natural smile.
Implant is a tooth replacement option that’s closest to your original teeth. Implants can last you a very long time if well taken care of. It replaces one or more teeth without affecting neighboring teeth.
It also helps to prevent bone recession, improves your speech, overall self-image and increase your ability to eat an array of foods. The success or failure of implants depends on the health of the person receiving it. Like normal teeth, implants also need to be taken care of on a daily basis. Cleanliness of the implants and mouth in whole help reduce or eliminate the chances of infection.
A dental Implant is an artificial tooth root, made of titanium metal. Dentist places it into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. It is a permanent fixture in you mouth that has excellent long-term success.
Implants can be placed as a replacement option for one or two teeth or it can be used to support complete dentures for better grip and usability of dentures. Implants can be placed immediately after extraction of teeth or it can be delayed from few weeks to months depending on person’s need and health factor.
We do from first implant placement to the final crown for you in our office. If you don’t want to carry around or wear dentures, implant could be the best option for you. We do dental Implants to replace missing teeth on site.
Once you have your implant, the surgery site may swell considerably for 2-3 days after the surgery; apply ice on the cheek of the surgery site. After surgery, refrain from excessive exercise, overworking, saunas and long showers/baths in hot water until wound is healed. During brushing, avoid contact with the surgery site for 2-3 days and use gargle solution. Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking for 2 weeks. Chew food on the opposite side of the surgery side and avoid hot foods. In the event a bone graft of the maxillary sinus is performed, avoid blowing your nose strongly or spitting. In case of severe bleeding, place cold water soaked gauze in the mouth. If the bleeding persists, visit the dental clinic for appropriate treatment.
- Implant is a tooth replacement option that’s closest to your original teeth
- Implants can last you a very long time if taken care of well
- We do from first implant placement to the final crown for you in our office
- If you don’t want to carry around or wear dentures, implant could be the best option for you
- Implants can also be used to support complete dentures for a better fit
- We do dental Implants to replace missing teeth on site.