What are dental implants?

Sai shradha smile dental clinic is the most trusted clinic for dental implants. It’s the ultimate treatment option to replace lost missing teeth.  Individuals with one missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or are tired of wearing dentures, are the right candidate for dental implants. The implant acts as a port to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, complete/partial dentures, and facial prosthesis. Dental implants are artificial roots that are surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw bone by a team of dentists. The teeth are attached to the implants and are very natural looking and often enhance or reestablish patients smile. Dental Implants are actually strong, unchanging and durable and last for years.

Why choose dental implants?

Dental implants haven’t become so popular by accident – they’re genuinely an appropriate and operative solution for replacing lost teeth. Here are some of the reasons why people love dental implants:

  • To replace one or more missing teeth with fixed teeth
  • To resolve the inability to chew
  • To preserve the jawbone
  • They don't damage surrounding teeth
  • To bring back and enrich facial tissue
  • To support bridge/denture to make them safe and comfortable.
  • They look and function like natural teeth
  • They're sturdy and designed to last for a lifetime

How do Dental Implants Work?

Placing the Implant Screw

Maximum implants include a titanium screw being implanted into the jawbone. Even though it might sound scary, it's an astonishingly gentle process - some patients say it's even relaxed than having a tooth removed!

Letting the Jawbone Attach to the Screw

After the titanium screw is positioned, the bone will fuse with it, developing around the screw and holding it in place just like the roots of a natural tooth. This implant combination process is totally painless.

Connecting the Abutment to the Screw

Once the titanium screw is set into the patient's jawbone, a joining piece - called an abutment - is attached to the implant screw. This is how the noticeable ``tooth`` part of the implant is firmly attached to the jawbone.

Setting the Restorative Crown

The last step is to shield it with a restorative tooth called a crown.
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