Dental implants are artificial roots made from biocompatible materials that serve as a replacement for missing teeth. Titanium is currently the most suitable implant material. With proper care and good oral hygiene your implant can actually last a lifetime….
Once the required fusion of the bone has been achieved the ceramic crown can be fixed to the implant to feel and function like natural teeth. Multiple implants can be used to successfully replace missing teeth.
After a thorough examination of your medical and dental history we can advise you on whether dental implants are the right solution for you.
Whether your dental treatment is considered straight forward or complex we strive to provide you with an accurate treatment plan which outlines the treatment required and the estimated costs involved.
Ceramic Crowns / Inlays Ceramic crowns or inlays are recommended when a tooth requires a restoration that not only fills a cavity but also is needed to support the remaining tooth structure.
Digital radiographic imaging has become the standard in today’s dental practices. The most important new imaging technology to emerge in the dental industry during the past decade is Cone Beam 3D Reconstruction imaging.
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.