Dental Implants are used to replace missing teeth, restoring function and aesthetic, especially during eating and talking. It can also prevent movement of the remaining teeth.
Dental implants replace the root of missing tooth with a small titanium screw, also known as an implant fixture, in the bone of the jaw. After the surgical insertion of the implant fixture, replacement tooth or teeth in the form of a crown, bridge or denture, is placed over the implant. This completes the whole dental implant process.
Dental Implants eliminate the inconvenience and hassle of using a removable denture. Dental implants can be permanent if it is well-maintained.