If you have lost teeth due to trauma or periodontal disease, there is a good possibility that they can be replaced with dental implants.
Instead of waiting the typical period of several months for bone growth at the extraction site, sometimes immediate implant placement is preferable. This can allow the bone to grow around the new implant, which eliminates the need for a second procedure. However, immediate placement may not be an option if there is significant bone loss in the area, or if the extraction was due to a serious infection.
Dental implants are used in solutions for replacing single or multiple missing teeth. They are designed to give you the strength, stability, resilience, and support of your natural teeth.
Dental implants are replacements for both the root and the tooth. They are made to provide the support that is needed in your mouth. The implants are placed surgically in the upper and lower jawbone of your teeth. When attached, they will look and feel natural. Implants are a great way to enhance and restore your smile.