Your Dental Implant Choice for Airdrie

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Are your missing teeth preventing you from eating the foods you love?
Speaking with confidence? Smiling? If so, dental implants may be the solution for you.

What is a Dental Implant?

Dental implants are titanium or ceramic screw devices that are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They are surgically implanted into the jawbone as a replacement for the natural root of your tooth, providing a solid base for the artificial tooth replacement. After a healing period, they are fitted with a dental crown or bridge, thereby completing the restoration. Dental implants are the closest restoration to your natural teeth, and they allow you to enjoy many of the foods you have missed out on.

Dental implants are ideal for people who are missing some or all of their teeth. They can be used individually, or to support a number of dental prostheses, including implant-supported bridges and dentures. They are also used for patients who have dentures in order to improve the fit when there are concerns about inadequate bone level, causing an improper fit, pain and irritation to the gum tissues, and the need for the use of denture adhesives. Dental implant-supported dentures “clip” into the dental implants, providing a more secure fit.

What are some of the advantages of dental implants?

  • Natural Tooth Appearance
  • Conserves surrounding teeth
  • Conserves bone structure and density
  • Reliable
  • Permanent and Easy to Care For
  • With regular care, can last a lifetime

What are the Stages of Treatment?

Dental implants are not for everyone. You must have enough healthy jawbone structure left to support the implant properly, or you may require a bone graft to accept the procedure. Healthy gum tissue that is free of periodontal disease is also important, in order for your dental implant treatment to be successful. Even if you have implants created to replace all of your teeth, it will still be necessary to brush and floss for oral hygiene, as well as maintain your regular dental hygiene visits. This will ensure that there are no food particles or plaque left behind in your mouth to cause gum disease, bad breath, or to compromise the health of the surrounding teeth. With this little bit of regular care, your implants can last for a lifetime.

What Are Implant-Supported Dentures?

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