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Single Tooth Replacement

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Why Dental Implants?

If you are self-conscious because you have missing teeth, wear dentures that are uncomfortable or don't want to have good tooth structure removed to make a bridge, dental implants could be an option for you.

Dental implants are modern dentistry's best option for replacing missing teeth. They offer a highly successful, long-lasting, and totally natural-looking substitute that actually becomes part of the jaw bone and helps maintain its health. They look, feel and function as normal teeth, so you can smile, speak and eat with confidence!

How do Implants Benefit You?
Functionally, a dental implant supported crown is as close to a natural tooth as one will ever get.
The ideal replacement must look like a natural tooth, both to you and to others. An implant supported crown is esthetically very pleasing as it is an individual entity, not joined to adjacent teeth.
The ideal replacement for your missing tooth must also feel like a natural tooth and be easy to keep clean. Knowing your tooth is stable while eating and talking means a lot. You'll also be glad your treatment didn't require grinding of your remaining natural teeth.
The long term success of dental implant tooth replacement is well established. Your doctor will discuss with you a treatment plan for long term results.

The Treatment Steps :
The first step is the placement of the titanium implant. The implant will remain covered underneath the gum for approximately 3 to 4 months. During this time, the implant should fuse to the bone.
The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implant and the placement of an abutment and the new tooth by your dentist. This replacement tooth should blend with your remaining teeth.

The hope of restoring something important that's been lost, especially in the human body, is an exciting possibility. With dental implants, it is not just a hope. It is a reality.

Our Range Of Solutions :

Full mouth rehabilitation refers to a set of dental procedures designed to rebuild all the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. It will not only improve aesthetic appearance but will also provide correct function with your bite, muscles, teeth and bone structure.


Full mouth rehabilitation may be advised when multiple oral health problems exist. Common reasons for full mouth rehabilitation include:

  • Cosmetic enhancement
  • Missing teeth
  • Teeth that are chipped, cracked or fractured
  • Teeth that are worn down and short
  • Loose teeth or gum problems
  • Jaw pain, muscle soreness around the jaw joint
  • Improper bite or difficulty in chewing


The procedures required varies depending on your individual case and specific dental needs. Your dentist will perform a thorough examination of your teeth, gum and bone structure and then provide a specific, individualised treatment plan based on your dental needs. In many patients, full mouth rehabilitation requires multiple visits to your dentist office for treatment and restoration.

Full mouth rehabilitation can include any combination of the following:

  • Restorations: dental crowns, bridges, fillings, inlays, onlays
  • Cosmetic dentistry: Veneers, Teeth whitening, Gum re-contouring
  • Correction of jaw joint disorder
  • Therapy for night grinding
  • Orthodontic treatment (Dental braces)
  • Gum Treatment and oral surgery
  • Root canal treatment


A prosthodontist is a dental Surgeon who specialises in procedures such as crown and bridgework, denture work, dental implants, full mouth rehabilitation of worn down dentition, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry.

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