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Overall, there are several reasons for getting dental implants over traditional dentures. Your smile may be elevated with dental implants.  Sunny Dental will assist you in making the best decision with dental restoration. Get in touch with us straight away to arrange for your consultation.

When to get implant placement and restoration?

Dental implants can be the best, long-term solution if you are missing one or more teeth. With dental implants, you can eat all of your favorite foods, smile openly, speak clearly, and generally enjoy life just as you would with a natural tooth.

You may have gaps in your mouth because of trauma or dental infection. In situations like these, we recommend implant placement, which helps to achieve strong jaw support and restoration to have a life-like artificial tooth.

Sunny Dental can help you to gain adequate knowledge before the surgery so that you can understand what your options are. You can choose your artificial tooth’s color, shape, and material. Our experienced dentist can shape your missing tooth almost exactly like one of your natural teeth.

What are implant placement and restoration?

An implant replaces the tooth completely, whereas crown and bridge restorations are affixed to the top of the tooth. Implant is consisted of two phases: in the first phase, a tiny titanium screw is implanted into the jawbone and serves like a tooth root. Usually the bones takes a few months to heal before the dentist can go in for phase two.

Once the jaw bone is done healing, we can start phase two: implant restoration. In this phase, a permanent crown is affixed to the implant. The crown is precisely made to match your smile. Dental implants not only enhance beauty, but they also make speaking and eating more comfortable.

What is the procedure for implant placement and restoration?

Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They serve as the roots of your teeth by being fastened to the jawbone. Osseointegration, a procedure that takes a few months months to complete, is the process by which the implant joins your existing bone. During this period, a safety cap will be put over the implant to ensure full recovery.

The restoration phase comes after your implant has already had time to bond and provide a solid foundation. The dentist will take the following steps

  • An abutment will be adjusted as a connector after removing the safety cap from the implant.
  • Impression will be taken and sent out to lab to fabricate the permanent crowns/ bridges. When the lab sends us the permanent product, we place it in your mouth to restore your smile.

Why do most people need implant placement and restoration?

Traditional dentures are being replaced by implant placement and restoration, which is modernizing the idea of tooth replacement. Many patients are selecting this new dental alternative for a number of reasons. By placing implants, the mouth is returned to its natural state. It has many specific benefits.

  • The teeth are stabilized and do not move.
  • Permanent tooth replacement is possible with implant restoration.
  • Restored ability to chew food and eat properly.
  • Speech is enhanced.
  • When teeth are repaired, facial features become more refined.

frequently asked questions

Are implant placement and restoration safe?

Implant technologies has been around since the 1950s, and are developing day by day. Implant placement and restoration are highly reliable.

Are Implant placement and restoration painful?

The level of discomfort varies from person to person, but most people say they had significantly less pain than they had anticipated. You will get an anesthetic from the dentist during the surgical dental implant operation, so any discomfort you experience should be minor. As always, whenever you need a break, just raise your hand and the doctor will pause immediately.

How long does the implant procedure take?

Your mouth is restored with an implant by the dentist over the course of two phases, which can take three to nine months in total. If you had an extraction that took time to heal or if you had bone grafts before the dentist placed the implants, it can take longer.

How long does the implant placement last?

If you take good home care of your dental implants according to your dentist’s instructions, they can last a lifetime. Individual factors, such as chronic health issues, can effect the longevity of your implant. Be sure to make an appointment with our dentist for an in-depth consultation.

Are dental implants removable?

It is not removable. Dental implants replace your teeth in a method that is most similar to your original teeth and are placed directly into your bone.

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