Dental Implants - dental implants are titanium roots that are replaced in the jawbone to resemble a tooth or group of teeth.
A screw is inserted through the gums and into the jawbone. A porcelain crown is then attached to the
screw to become the new tooth or teeth. They can be used to support dental prosthesis including crowns,
dentures and bridges. Today’s treatments are so natural looking, no one will know you had surgery. There’s
approximately a 95% success rate for all implants. With modern advancements in dentistry, some implants
can be restored immediately with life like all porcelain crowns. For more details, ask your dentist.
are an excellent solution for replacing missing teeth. They can be used to support a variety of restorations, giving you the feeling and appearance of flawless, natural teeth. Unlike other tooth replacement options
, an implant-supported restoration
will allow you to speak, eat, and laugh out loud with confidence. You can enjoy the security of knowing that your dentures
are firmly in place, and they are not going to slip, slide, or fall out. With improved chewing efficiency, greater biting pressure, and ultimate comfort you will be able to eat anything that you want, free of pain or embarrassment.
An overdenture, supported by a few dental implants
, is a wonderful alternative to the traditional design of dentures
. The stability of your teeth has a dramatic effect on your ability to chew your food properly and pronounce certain words clearly. According to studies, wearing overdentures
can help an individual achieve better phonetics and chewing efficiency. You can enjoy corn on the cob, a good steak, or healthy raw fruits and vegetables such as salad or apples, comfortably. The confidence, esthetic, and health benefits of overdentures
can last for many years to come!
You might be wondering how natural dental implants
will look. The denture teeth are designed using advanced esthetic principles such as symmetry and the rule of proportions, and they are made of the finest cosmetic materials, for a result that is truly indiscernible from real teeth.
Preserve your jawbone
There is one more, every important benefit of dental implants
. In addition to the obvious effects on lost teeth, there is an insidious but destructive process known as bone resorption. That means the jawbone slowly melts away, due to lack of stimulation from the tooth root.
mimic the action of natural roots, dramatically reducing bone deterioration and restoration
, preserving your jawbone. This helps prevent the loss of bone height and eventual changes in facial contours that are common to denture wearers, it can also prevent some wrinkling and signs of premature aging
Visit us at one of our three convenient offices throughout the Greater Toronto Areas of Scarborough, North York, and Pickering, and find out whether dental implants
are right for you.
Contact us today.