Dental Implants

Dental implants are the most popular and also the ideal solution for replacing your missing tooth/teeth. Dental implants replace the root of the tooth, then a crown is placed on top to create a full smile. Implants are an alternative to a bridge or dentures and can be used to replace one or more missing teeth and they can even be used to hold dentures in place.

Dental implants are small titanium screws that are surgically fixed into the jaw bone, effectively replacing the root of the missing teeth whilst simultaneously serving as a support for the new tooth or teeth. The properties of the titanium screws will ensure that a strong bond between the implants and the jaw bone is formed, which will then anchor and secure the implant to the jaw.

Advantages of dental implants

  • Dental implants increase your self-confidence since you don’t have to worry about missing teeth.
  • Implants ensure superior appearance because they look just as realistic as they feel.
  • They prevent bone loss as well as not harming the adjacent tooth structure in any manner.
  • Implants ensure superior appearance and comfort with no speech issue to deal with.
  • Implants allow you to eat your favorite foods.
  • Dental implants are more comfortable and long lasting.


How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants are known to last for very long, especially with proper care. They can last for as long as 25 years.

Can one get full mouth dental implants?

If your mouth is missing most or all of the teeth, then procedures like all-on-four and all-on-six can help get full mouth dental implants with 4 or 6 titanium posts on your jaw bone.

Are dental implants painful?

While getting dental implants from an expert implantologist, the patient will feel little or no pain at all. Part of the preparation for the implant includes administering a local anaesthetic so the patient does not feel any pain.

What is the cost of dental implants?

At My Dentist, one gets the best quality of treatment. We ensure that our patients get the value for the dental implant cost that they paid.

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