Oral implantology involves the reconstruction of missing teeth and their surrounding areas. Also known as a dental implant, it is an artificial tooth root which it is inserted into the jaw to hold artificial teeth into place.
Dental implants are made out of titanium which is a biocompatible material with the jaw bone, meaning that the two materials are naturally compatible with one another. As a result when titanium and the jaw bone come together, they form a permanent and natural connection. Because of this many people turn to oral implants as the ideal substitute for natural teeth.
When a tooth is lost, some bone that supports the tooth is also lost. Dental implants help stabilize the jaw, preventing future bone loss and maintaining the jaw bone’s shape. Implants are the ideal substitute for natural teeth as simple tasks such as eating or talking can be done with great comfort.
Today’s modern dental implants have been developed using state-of-the-art technology. They are a great alternative to dentures because they never have to be taken out and they feel much more natural and comfortable. They are a more preferable choice compared with traditional bridges because they don’t require modification of the adjacent teeth.
During the dental implant process one of our specialist dentists will consult closely with you to establish which specific implant you will have. They will also discuss where and how your implant should be placed. Our team of professionals will create a unique treatment plan tailored specifically towards your needs. Following the treatment you will be provided with an optimal care plan that involves monitoring your implant, teeth and gums to ensure that they remain healthy and in good condition.
Oral implants provide numerous advantages, including enhanced speech, improved appearance a stronger self-esteem. Implants are specifically designed to look and feel like real teeth, and since they are a part of you there is no need to worry about them slipping or moving. It is also easier to eat more comfortably, as the implants function as normal teeth, enabling food to be eaten with greater confidence and no pain. Finally, with the right care and attention, dental implants can last for a long time.