“Replacing your lost teeth to enhance your quality of life”
Dental implants are small titanium fixtures that are used to replace missing single or multiple teeth in both young and old patients. Dental implants can be aesthetically pleasing for front teeth. They also help patients to chew better. For patients with loose dentures, dental implants can aid to stabilize and retain them.
Dentine implants are routinely performed at SmileArts Dental Studios and is usually done in 2 stages. The implants are surgically inserted into the missing spaces and allowed to heal. This is followed by a few more visits for the clinician to fix on the implant prostheses.
Dental implant treatment has become more popular in recent years due to its predictability and is now considered by many dental professionals as the goal standard for teeth replacement.
Let's take a look at some situations where dental implants can help you.
- Single tooth replacement
- Multiple teeth replacement
- Full mouth reconstruction
- Implant supported overdenture
Single tooth replacement
Losing a tooth can be an unpleasant experience. Not only is eating efficiency affected, the aesthetics of your smile can be severely compromised. A dental implant is ideal for replacing a missing tooth, both in the front and back region of your oral cavity.
Multiple teeth replacement
Dental implants can also be used to replace multiple missing teeth. Rather than wearing a denture which can sometimes be uncomfortable and affect your speech and taste, dental implants offer a better alternative which mimic the function and aesthetics of natural teeth.
Implant supported overdenture
If you are plagued by shaky, loose dentures, dental implants can solve your problem. Loose dentures can often be attributed to a patient having vastly resorbed gum ridges and lack of bone support. These dentures are often termed “swimming in the mouth”. Dental implants inserted into the gum ridges can help retain and stabilize dentures, improving eating efficiency and comfort.
Full mouth reconstruction
Patients with fully missing dentition on upper or lower ridges and have no desire to wear dentures can now look to dental implants for full mouth implant-fixed restorations.
Laser Dentistry Lasers are playing a greater role in modern dentistry. Dental lasers have multiple benefits. They simplify surgeries, stimulate faster wound healing, and reduce sensitivity and discomfort in various situations. We currently use dental lasers for treatment such as aesthetic gum recontouring, as an adjunct to periodontal (gum) and restorative procedures. Our aim is to help patients achieve good results through a simpler approach with less discomfort. Let us know your concerns, and we will try to tailor a treatment plan that meets your needs.