Dental implants can help restore confidence in your smile by making quick work of all those missing gaps or broken teeth. A dental implant is a titanium root that provides the foundation for a porcelain imitation of a tooth. Implants are one of the simplest and easiest long-term solutions to replace problematic or missing teeth.
This is a surgical procedure that is minimally invasive so you can expect just a bit of soreness around the site. Your recovery time will vary on the scope of your case. For example, you may need single or multiple implants. Made of titanium alloy, our jawbones respond well to the implant and eventually fuse with it in order to act as a stable base for the tooth to come.
There are several consequences to not replacing a lost tooth. Mainly, your jawbone can deteriorate due to the loss of pressure. So your dental implants will help support a healthy bite that keeps your teeth in place, while preventing any deterioration. It can drastically help with how confident you feel about your smile too! You’ll be able to smile without a worry in the world about how your teeth look.
Implants are a great way to fill in those unseemly gaps between your teeth. In fact, implants have many advantages compared to other replacement solutions as they are a long‐term treatment with great durability and a great success rate.
Single Dental Implants
When you only need to replace a single tooth, a single dental implant will come in useful.
Multiple Tooth Implants
If you have one or more adjacent teeth in need of replacement, we’ll use multiple dental implants.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
This treatment is a full arch replacement of all your teeth using strategically placed dental implants.
The process of getting a dental implant occurs in stages:
The cost of a dental implant usually varies according to several factors including how many teeth you need replaced and if other dental treatments are required prior to getting implants. Typically, however, you can expect the cost to range from $3000 to $7000 per implant. Upon your appointment and individual assessment of your case, we can give you a fixed cost.
If taken care of well enough, your dental implants can last for as long as 15 years or more! They don’t necessarily require any specific after-care routines. You just need to follow the right oral hygiene habits, like proper brushing and flossing. Our dentists may also recommend an antimicrobial rinse to provide extra protection against plaque. It’s also vital that you follow through on regular checkups to prevent any infections or other dental conditions.
Not all patients are suitable for implant placement as there are a few pre-requisites. There must be an adequate width and height of bone in the area of interest and there needs to be healthy gums and good oral hygiene.
There are also a few health conditions which demand more care and can present as a difficulty in implant placement, such as smoking, diabetes and osteoporosis. However, having one of these conditions does not mean you cannot have an implant – it just means that you need a thorough consultation with your GP and your dentist to make sure that you have the best outcome and that the advantages of implant placement outweighs the risks.
We have an extensive history of satisfied patients who have come to us for their dental implants. We have a caring team of people who are extremely passionate about dentistry so you can rely on us for a comfortable and hassle-free experience from beginning to end. Implementing the latest technology available, Wyndham Dental offers a range of treatments, each of which we are highly skilled in carrying out.
The dentists here at Wyndham Dental are experts in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Come into our office and our professionals will help outline your options. We will determine if you are the right candidate to receive a dental implant and discuss all the details about the procedure, and what you can expect as a dental implant recipient. We will also cover any questions you might have about the process. We want to make sure that you have all the information you need when making your decision to go forward with the dental implant procedure.