Dental implants, the next best thing after real teeth
Our state of the art dental implants offer a long-lasting solution for replacing missing teeth and restoring your confidence and your smile's natural beauty.
How long does and implant last?
Implants are renowned for their long-lasting performance and can endure for many years, often a lifetime, when properly maintained.
How painful is getting an implant?
The procedure itself is typically well-tolerated, with local anaesthesia employed to minimize discomfort. Patients frequently report minimal pain during the recovery period.
How many teeth can you have on one implant?
The number of teeth an implant can support depends on the specific location and condition of the missing teeth. In many instances, a single implant can accommodate a single tooth, while larger gaps or full arch restorations may necessitate multiple implants.
What are the 3 types of dental implants?
The three most common types of dental implants are endosteal, subperiosteal, and zygomatic:
Endosteal Implants: These are the most common type, typically made of titanium and surgically placed into the jawbone. They serve as a robust foundation for one or more artificial teeth.
Subperiosteal Implants: Positioned under the gum but above the jawbone, subperiosteal implants are recommended for patients with shallow jawbones, often supporting removable dentures.
Zygomatic Implants: Utilized in special cases where traditional implants are unsuitable due to insufficient jawbone, zygomatic implants anchor to the cheekbone for exceptional stability.