The single implant is surgically placed into the jawbone where the original missing or damaged
tooth used to be. In the first stage after placing the implant the specialist will put a
temporary prosthetic piece to protect the area, this will help the patient to maintain regular
activities like eating and drinking. After one to six months once the dental implant has fused
with the jawbone the dental specialist will attach a customized crown that will replace the
temporary prosthetic, matching the crown to the specific shape and color of the remaining teeth.
The American Academy for Dental Implants suggests a dental implant it’s the best procedure to
maintain a strong and stable jawbone, replacing the functionality and appearance of the natural
tooth allowing the bone to keep its strong densities and shape, making it the most recommended
dental procedure for tooth replacement.
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Replaces one or more teeth
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What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is a prosthesis use to replace missing teeth. It’s a small titanium
post/fixture that’s inserted in to the jawbone.
What’s an abutment?
The abutment it’s the structure the specialist uses to connect the dental implant with the
artificial tooth, after the bone and implant are integrated
What are metal-free implants?
There is no such thing all implants are made of titanium that’s the most biocompatible material,
similar material uses for keen or shoulder replacement, currently there are no proven
alternatives to titanium dental implants.
Are dental implants removable?
No, a dental implant is fixed solid to the bone, offering the best next thing to natural teeth
Disclaimer: this information does not represent the medical advice from our clinics. All cases
are different and this treatment may not suit you. Chair time may vary depending on specific
patient procedure. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience.
All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and
diagnosis contact one of our top dental clinics.