Our dentists such as Dr. Loubani have taken extensive training and are certified to perform this procedure.
A Dental implant is a replacement for tooth roots. Implants offer a solid foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable dentures that look like your normal teeth. An implant is a biocompatible dental appliance that becomes a part of our body through the process of osseointegration with jaw bone cells. If you are looking for a reliable and long-lasting treatment for a missing tooth, then go for implants.
With modern technology, our dentists in London, Ontario, are trained and qualified to perform a dental implant procedure and give you a beautiful bright smile. We will ensure that when we perform the dental implant procedure, you will feel no pain and have the best results.
How are Dental Implants Casually Performed?
Dental implants in London are a necessary surgical procedure that has a profound impact on other dental procedures, like the creation of:
- Crowns Save
- Facial prosthesis
It is directly related to the jaw bone. They’re the perfect option to replace a tooth that has been damaged during injury or due to health reasons.
What Does the Dental Implant Procedure Look like?
- Consultation: We will discuss and evaluate the best option for your missing teeth. Our dentists will perform a full exam such as an oral exam, X-rays and a CT scan to ensure they have all the correct information to develop the best plan that is tailored for you.
- We will place the implant into the missing tooth area, which looks like a screw that is made out of titanium.
- Osseointegration: This is the process where the body will naturally grow around the dental implant, and we will wait about 3 months for the body to naturally accept the titanium screw.
- Abutment: After the jawbone has naturally grown around the metal implant, we add a metal post called an abutment to the implant, and we wait a few weeks to let the gums heal.
- Crown Placement: After the gums have healed, we add the crowns or bridges and ensure that the colour is similar to those teeth around the implant. We will make sure it fits perfectly with no pain.
Caring for your dental implant is just the same as your regular and natural teeth. Make sure to brush your teeth, floss, and use mouthwash!
We have extensive experience and certifications for dental implant services, and we will make it our goal to give you the best smile possible.
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Benefits of Having Dental Implants
- Dental implants stand alone without a bridge or a crown, making them very convenient for patients.
- They are like natural teeth; since the body accepts titanium, you will be able to eat, chew and drink normally, just as if you had your natural teeth.
- You can brush, chew and bite on implants just like natural and regular teeth.
- Implants last for decades. The best part of having implants is that they last a very long time and will give you a beautiful smile.
Cost of Dental Implants:
Dental Implants London is generally an investment for the long term and is priced according to estimates of whether you are going for single, multiple, or full-mouth implants.
Single Tooth Implant Cost:
The implant is a screw made of ceramic or metal placed on the jawbone. Additionally, you will also require an abutment as well as its crown for the implant treatment process. The cost of a tooth implant procedure, including the abutment crown and other procedures, can range from $3,100 to $5.800.
Multiple Tooth Implant Cost:
When you are replacing multiple teeth, and the teeth are located next to one another, there are many implant options and, consequently, more price options. If you’re filling in a gap between four or more adjacent teeth, you might be able to make an implant-supported bridge with two implants which reduce the price from $6,000 to $10,000.
Full Mouth Implant Cost:
The most expensive option is to replace each tooth individually. The full-mouth dental implant costs in Ontario range from $60,000 to $90,000.
Who is a Candidate for Dental Implants?
- Patients who have 1 or more missing teeth.
- Anyone who has a missing bridge or broken bridge that needs replacing.
- Patients who wear dentures that make clicking sounds.
- If you have difficulty eating or biting down because you have missing teeth.
- If you want a long-term solution to your missing teeth.