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THE IMPLANT PROCESS

Dental implants are the choice treatment method for replacing missing teeth. Unlike other types of tooth replacements, dental implants rebuild your replacement tooth from the root up. Each implant tooth uses a titanium steel root that anchors into the tooth socket to support a crown, bridge or denture.


Image of the parts of a dental implant because titanium is extremely biocompatible, it is the material of choice for many types of procedures, including joint replacements. Bone naturally fuses to the titanium root surface, allowing the implant to be stable and function as if it were a natural tooth.

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Dental implant therapy requires attentive care to ensure the success and health of your prosthesis.

Typical dental implant process involves:

  • An initial consultation, x-rays, exam and impressions
  • Implant placement
  • Healing period
  • Prosthesis (crown, bridge, denture) placement

Mini-implant treatments have shorter treatment duration:

  • Initial consultation, exam, x-rays and impressions
  • Implant and prosthesis placement

Healing and Osseointegration of New Bone

Traditional implants require 3-6 months of healing after the titanium roots are implanted. This allows the surgical area to heal, and for new formation of bone around the implant. Providing enough healing time is key, as this ensures the stability of your final appliance.

Bone Grafts

If necessary, additional bone grafting can be performed to aid in the retention of your implant root. Bone grafts come from yourself or donor tissue and are placed prior to the surgical implant process.

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