Multiple missing teeth can be replaced by dental implants. In this case the implant supports a bridge of teeth thus making them firmly entrenched and immovable unlike the conventional bridges. The new set of teeth behaves like normal teeth and lasts a lifetime.

Implant Vs conventional procedures:

In the case of a fixed bridge and removable partial denture, the bone surrounded by the tooth may begin to deteriorate. Since dental implants replace some of your tooth roots, they enable better preservation of your natural bone. They integrate with the natural bone to ensure that the bone remains intact and healthy.

Dental Implant supported bridges function like your original teeth, and are very comfortable and convenient in nature. With them, you won’t have to worry that they might move around in your mouth and will be visible to the viewer. They make the overall chewing process easier, too, by staying fixed in their position. Also, they give you the confidence of smiling brightly without a hint of consciousness.



Different types of Dental Implant Procedures:

Single Tooth Dental Implants

All on Four Dental Implants

Implant Over Dentures