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Dental Implants

Single Tooth Missing

Centre-for-Holistic-DentistryThe single tooth implant restoration consists of three parts. Namely, the implant post which replaces the tooth root, the abutment which will support the crown and the prosthetic crown itself. The crown is either cemented onto the abutment or held in place with a screw.

With today’s developments, there are a variety of implant systems, models and ranges available. Each line catering to the individualized needs of patients.

A single tooth implant with crown is one of the best permanent restorations. This solution both looks and functions just like a natural tooth.

Multiple Tooth Missing

If multiple teeth are missing in different parts of the mouth, several single tooth implants are good replacement restorations. If multiple teeth are missing within the same region, several missing teeth can sometimes be replaced with fewer implants because dental implants are stronger than the natural tooth roots. This solution includes having implant fixed bridges done.

An implant fixed bridge is very much like a conventional bridge except the support is actually over implants rather than natural teeth. The implants themselves act as man-made roots. A great advantage is that this is that it is self-supporting unlike conventional a tooth-supported bridge that puts a heavier load on the remaining teeth.

 KIMS Dental Care specializes in replacing the missing tooth with the well-known Titanium Dental Implants. The procedure is highly demanded and cost-effective. All types of Dental Implants and related procedures here will be available at Low Cost and relatively cheap prices.




All Teeth Missing

When all teeth are missing or in a condition that all teeth need to be replaced, there are two basically types of full arch implant reconstructions options:

Fixed bridges anchored to dental implants

Implant Supported Dentures

Dental implant procedure is the term used to describe the entire process you go through from the time you walk into the dentist’s clinic for the first time, when getting your dental implants, till the last time you walk out of there with your new beautiful smile.The dental implant procedure involves 2 main stages separated by a minimum of 3 and up to 9 months of healing time:

Dental implant surgery

This is the step where the dentist inserts a metal screw into the jaw bone. This screw (the implant) is inside the jaw-bone and is not visible. There is an abutment that is screwed onto it and it is the abutment that is visible. In the event that the work is being done in a visible area (like the smile line), the dentist will place a temporary covering on the abutment for esthetic purposes. The next step is the implant restoration. So It all starts with the dentist introducing a local anesthesia into the relevant area, he then cuts an incision on the gum’s soft tissue creating a flap in order to expose the jaw bone.
The dentist then inserts the implant in the hole and screws it down using his dental motor or using a manual ratchet. Once the implant is in place the flap is then stitched up. The whole process can last an hour for a single implant and a few hours for a multiple implant case.

Implant restoration

– It takes time for the implant to take hold. This could range from 3-9 months, depending on the individual’s rate of healing. Once the implant is firmly set inside the jaw bone, then the permanent crown is attached to the abutment. The crown is built of material that will match the surrounding teeth.

KIMS Dental Care specializes in the implantation procedures of both single and multiple missing teeth.

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