Dental Implants

The best option for replacing the missing tooth is a cosmetic dental implants. An implant is a titanium metal fixture which goes into the bone and provides anchorage for a crown or a bridge. It is the latest developments in dentistry for replacing the missing tooth and can be used anywhere in the oral cavity anterior posterior maxilla or mandible. An implantologist is the person who is a specialist specially trained for placement of implants. There are various treatment options in implants starting from replacement of single tooth to over dentures to full mouth rehabilitation of completely edentulous arch. It mainly involves two steps the first is the surgical step where the implant is placed the second one is the prosthetic step where the cosmetic dental crown is placed. It’s a completely painless procedure done under local anesthesia. There are two ways for replacing the missing tooth with cosmetic dental Implant, one is immediate loading and the second one is delayed loading. Immediate loading is the placement of implant along with the cosmetic dental crown immediately after the surgery and delayed loading is where the implant is placed first and the crown is placed after three to four months of initial healing. Depending on the bone and the Anchorage the treatment is decided to keep as immediate or delayed loading.


πŸ‘‰ Missing Tooth
πŸ‘‰ Full mouth rehabilitation
πŸ‘‰ Edentulous Arches
πŸ‘‰ Overdentures
πŸ‘‰ Multiple missing tooth.

When to Meet Doctor?

If you find mobility of the dental implant fixture with feeling light or loss in the bones of your mouth and the pus formation, it is recommended to visit a Dental Doctor.

Why Choose Us?

Here at our Dental Clinic, We provide a comforting & painless dental experience.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can a patient with diabetes go for cosmetic dental implants?

Yes, if the blood glucose levels are under control, diabetic patient can comfortably undergo an implant placement without any complications.

Is there any age bar for implant placement?

Generally, children Above 16 and adults with good oral habits and without any severe systemic chronic conditions can comfortably go for implant placement. As such there is no upper limit of age for implant placement. They last three to five years on average.