Implant Treatment

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Implant Treatment

What is Implant Treatment?

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium that we surgically place in your jawbone instead of the root of your missing tooth.

After the healing period, the implant placed in the jawbone is restored with a tooth to restore function and aesthetics. A properly placed and well-maintained implant can serve the patient for a lifetime.

Get your teeth fixed on the same day

Tooth loss in the front areas greatly affects our ability to laugh freely and talk to people comfortably. Did you know that you can have your frontal tooth restored on the same day at Dentorial Dental Clinic with state-of-the-art digital dentistry?

For patients who have lost or damaged their front teeth beyond repair, most of the time, instead of waiting for the healing time of the implant, our expert oral surgeons and prosthodontists can work in coordination to place a temporary tooth that is very close to the real thing after your front tooth is extracted and your implant is placed.

Advantages of Implant Treatment

Dental implants are considered the best solution to replace missing teeth. Unlike dentures that rely on gums, implants actually replace tooth roots. This treatment creates a strong and secure foundation for restorations such as crowns, bridges and even full dentures.
They can restore your full bite strength and even stop jawbone loss.

  • One of the biggest advantages of implant treatment is that it is very comfortable and functional in terms of chewing. Because it restores your full chewing power, most patients cannot tell the difference between their natural teeth and implant teeth.
  • Implants look like natural teeth and eliminate your aesthetic concerns.
  • It helps us regain our eating and drinking habits.
  • It helps us smile freely.
  • In addition, implant treatment can be converted into a bridge by combining multiple implants for possible future tooth loss.
  • The success rate is higher than other available options.

What are the Common Causes of Tooth Loss?

When a tooth is lost, the jawbone naturally begins to deteriorate. This process happens quickly at first and then continues at a slower pace for the rest of your life. This can unbalance the surrounding teeth, causing them to shift and causing premature facial aging. Partial dentures rely only on the gums. They tend to slip and jam, making chewing difficult. They also do nothing to stop jawbone loss. Only dental implants replace tooth roots, stabilize adjacent teeth and create a solid foundation for a high-quality tooth.

Many problems can lead to tooth loss, including.

  • Periodontal diseases that cause loosening of teeth.
  • A blow to the mouth or a traumatic accident can cause teeth to break.
  • Deep tooth decay requiring tooth extraction.
  • Systemic dental problems.

How Can We Prevent Tooth Loss?

The best way to prevent tooth loss is to practice preventive dental care to protect your teeth from cavities and take proactive steps.
It is very important to brush your teeth, floss and go to your dentist for regular check-ups.

Get your tooth fixed on the same day!

All On Four

What is All On Four?

The All on Four system is a treatment method that uses four dental implants to fix the dental prosthesis. It gives you the advantage of having a natural-looking fully functional smile. In the All on Four treatment, our expert jaw surgeons will determine the best areas in your jawbone, place four implants in these areas and ensure that the bone fuses with the implants. An existing or temporary denture is then attached to give you a smile the same day.

The implants are fully integrated into the bone and after the healing period is completed, permanent prostheses are fixed to the implants.


What is Overdenture?

People who are missing several or all of their teeth know the struggle with dentures slipping when talking or eating, or coming loose when laughing.

Overdenture is a treatment option that eliminates these problems with dentures. It can improve your quality of life by acting like natural teeth.

Overdenture is a prosthetic method supported by several implants. It offers a natural smile that allows you to eat and smile comfortably without worrying about slipping or slackening.

Implant Treatment Frequently Asked Questions

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