A Tooth for a Tooth

In the past, when a tooth was lost wither due to decay, gum disease or trauma, dentures and bridges were the usual available methods of replacement. The former is bulky and uncomfortable whereas the latter requires damage to adjacent, unharmed teeth to prepare them to receive crowns that will “bridge” the gap left by the departed tooth.

The Gold Standard of tooth replacement today is the Dental Implant.

A titanium screws in the jawbone replaces the lost root to anchor the new replacement tooth without needing to damage adjacent healthy teeth or occupy any more space than the natural tooth that was lost. The Implant & the Crown looks and feels like a natural tooth.

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HOW MANY TEETH CAN IMPLANTS RESTORE?

Anything from one tooth, anterior or posterior, to a full mouth / arch rehabilitation can be done using implants.

Single Implant Restoration

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

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