With Dental Implants from Fort Saskatchewan Dentist you can enjoy Strength and Stability
To provide you with the support and structure you need after the loss of one or several teeth, your Fort Saskatchewan dentist could view Dental implants ideal for you. Providing you not only with relatively maintenance free solution to tooth replacement, dental implants also give you the strongest structural support available which allows you to eat foods that you are unable to with conventional dentures.
Three types of dental implants are available, they are:
Preparing for Dental Implants
Not everyone is a good candidate for implants, therefore an assessment is usually done first before any work is done. As it is with some people, their bone has to be built up first in order to increase the chance of success and this is a common procedure if required. The first procedure has to be completed and the mouth given time to heal before any implant is placed if bone grafting is required.
Dental Implant Procedure
There are three steps involved in inserting dental implants.
An incision is made in the gum during surgery, the bone is prepared and the implant inserted into the jawbone. Before the jawbone can heal and get attached firmly to the impact, it takes about 3-8 months, depending on the individual. To have the implant firmly fitted to your tooth you will have to return to our office when the process has been completed.
Even though it is rare, complications can occur in dental implants which are a routine surgical procedure. Discomfort, nerve damage and risk of infection can occur. Medications and/or antibiotics are used to treat infections if they arise.
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