Dental Implants

…the most innovative dental solution to tooth loss

Traditionally, when a patient loses a tooth or a few teeth, the dentist provides him with removable dentures or dental bridges. Both solutions are still explored today, but with the introduction of dental implants they have become less popular.

Dental implants are screws or posts installed into the bone. The skilled professional at Reseda Dental Clinic, prepares the patient for the procedure and the implants are inserted into the bone. In the right condition, the titanium metal will completely fuse with the healthy bone and offer incredible stability. Dental implants are placed in the bone to assume the function of the roots. Once stable, an abutment is placed and an appropriate final restoration is installed.

An implant may be installed by a dental crown to replace a single tooth. Two or more implants may also be fused together and installed with a bridgework. Another amazing option is to use several implants to support a removable denture.

Dental implants are ever growing in popularity. If you are exploring this option for yourself, consider the following benefits:

1.Strength and Function. After the implants are placed into the bone it is left there to gain proper strength and stability. After some time, approximately 2 to 6 months, the bone will completely fuse with the metal and osseointegration will be achieved. An implant at this point will be very strong and rivals well with the traditional prosthetic options available to patients. With perfect stability, you can rely on it for strength and function. You can rely on your teeth replacement to be superb.

2.Aesthetics. The implants are installed into the bone and when the crowns are installed, a perfect emergence profile is established. The crowns will provide the closest resemblance to the natural tooth because the behaviour of the soft tissue at the collars of the crown will appear truly impressive. This promises exemplary aesthetics that you cannot find in any other prosthetic option.

3.Tooth Preservation. When dental bridges are fabricated, the teeth adjacent to the space are utilized to support the bridgework. This compromises the health of the healthy teeth, which is not an issue with dental implants because it supports the crown on its own.

4.Bone Preservation. After a tooth is lost, bone resorption is the natural reaction that follows. When dental implants are installed into the space, further resorption is reduced. This maintains bone quality and quantity, especially when the implants are immediately inserted after the tooth is removed.

5.High Success Rate. Dental implants have a 95% success rate. An implant that reaches complete stability can survive in the mouth for a long time and serve the function it is supposed to.