A single tooth implant is to replace a single lost tooth. If you have lost a single tooth, a dental implant and a crown can help you in a more effective method. A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth that replaces both the root and the missing natural tooth. A dental implant is a titanium post that is implanted into the jawbone to replace the root of a missing tooth.
• Missing teeth
• Loose or wobbly teeth
• Cracked or broken teeth
• Decayed teeth
• A failed crown
• A failed root filling
During your initial consultation, our dentist will determine your treatment plan. There must be sufficient bone in your jaw to sustain the implant. If your jawbone is thin or weak, you may require a bone graft to strengthen it.
Your dentist will create a little hole in your jaw once the implant is ready to be inserted. Gum tissue and a protective cover screw are used to cover the implant. Your dentist will reveal the implant and secure the abutment on top after your mouth has recovered (typically six months). After that, a temporary crown will be placed to allow the gums to naturally mould themselves around the tooth. Your permanent crown will be installed when it is ready.
Brushing and flossing your teeth on a regular basis is necessary to maintain the health of your implant. It's also critical to keep your dentist and hygienist visits for implant maintenance and to safeguard your dental health.