Robina Dental Implants are one of the best long-term tooth replacement options available today. They are designed to look and feel like natural teeth. They are also extremely durable and are more resistant to tooth decay than a dental bridge, which can suffer from wear and tear over time.
They are bio-compatible, meaning that they won’t be rejected by the body and will remain in place for a very long time (a lifetime in many cases). Because of this, they offer a number of benefits to patients.
Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants
Dental implants are an excellent option for adults who have lost a single or multiple teeth due to accident, disease, or other reasons. They are a durable and natural-looking replacement for missing teeth that restores function, comfort, and confidence.
A good candidate for dental implants is an adult with sufficient bone density in their jaws to support the implant and who is free from gum disease. A specialist can help you determine if you’re a good candidate for dental implants by taking X-rays of your mouth to assess the amount of bone in your upper and lower jaws.
Your doctor will then work with you to develop a treatment plan that is right for your needs. It might include procedures such as bone grafting, tooth extractions, or other treatments to remove unhealthy teeth before dental implants can be placed.
Before surgery, your doctor will take X-rays of your mouth to determine the volume of bone in your jaws and whether or not you’ll need a bone graft. Bone grafting can increase the strength of your jawbone, making it easier to place an implant and ensuring its success.
After surgery, your doctor will place the dental implant and attach an artificial tooth or teeth to the implant. Once the surgery is complete, you’ll need to follow up with your doctor to make sure that the implants are healing well.
You can expect to have a recovery period of up to three months after the surgery, but you’ll be able to return to eating and speaking normally. You’ll also need to take care of the surgical site and keep it clean and healthy, just as you would with your natural teeth.
Your doctor can tell you how long it will take to heal and how you can avoid complications after the procedure. If your dental implant isn’t healed fully after a few months, your doctor may need to perform additional surgery to fix it.
Typically, the process of osseointegration (the integration of the titanium implant with the jawbone) takes about six weeks. During that time, your bone and the implant become a solid, long-lasting connection.
If you are considering dental implants for your missing teeth, call our office and schedule a consultation to learn more about how we can help restore your smile with dental implants. The sooner you have a consultation, the sooner we can get started on treatment and restore your smile!