The dental implant process


Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full mouth implants are now an option for patients who require the replacement of an entire set of teeth in either the upper or lower jaw. The procedure gets its name from the fact that an oral surgeon will first place four implants and then attach a full arch of teeth to them.

Multiple Dental Implants

Multiple implants are the greatest option for patients who are missing more than one tooth but have healthy gums and teeth in the surrounding area. The crown is connected after two fixings have been inserted, and the remaining natural teeth are allowed to remain unaltered.

Single-Tooth Dental Implants

An individual who has lost a single tooth as the result of an accident or periodontal disease may be able to have that tooth restored with the help of a dental implant.
The appearance and performance of your replacement tooth will be identical to those of your other natural teeth.