Dental Implant Restorations

A widely popular alternative to dentures and bridges, dental implants are biocompatible titanium replacements of the tooth's anchoring roots. Dental implants are capable of restoring missing teeth, making your smile naturally beautiful. Thus, allowing you to talk, eat and smile with absolute confidence. They have many advantages; natural appearance, enhanced comfort and unmatched convenience. If you are considering implants, we can help you in finding the best suitable option.

Hailed as one of the most important breakthroughs in curative care, these cosmetic Fillings prevent further deterioration from infection or splintering caused by metal filling. Far less tooth is removed to create a surface for securing the natural tooth-like material. The filling is held in place with the help of advanced quality material that bonds molecularly and is so strong that it can easily endure incredible chewing forces.

Dental implant restorations comprise of three parts:

  1. Titanium, bone-integrated implant
  2. Implant abutment
  3. Implant porcelain crown

Stages of Dental Implant

Planning stage: Planning is the most essential process. To ensure proper placement, specialized imaging and 3D visuals may be required to visualize the bone condition.

Placement: Dr. Ranchod will place the dental implant in the perfect spot to form the gum tissue around the implant.

Healing: In just few weeks, the bone will integrate with the new implant and will grow around the dental implant.

Temporary restoration: A temporary restoration is used for aesthetic purpose to hide the dental implant if it is in a readily visible area.

Abutment placement: Once the healing is done, the dental implant abutment is placed to attach the dental implant to the porcelain crown.

Porcelain crown: Our porcelain crowns match exactly as per the specifications and are bonded to abutment.

Losing a tooth can be upsetting, not only for the reason that it affects the way you look, but also because it can lead to other physical problems that may affect your health and prevent you from smiling with confidence. The mental effects of tooth loss are intricate and are different for everyone. A person's social life may be sternly affected and they will stay away from romantic situations for fear their partner will notice the tooth loss. If there is harsh bone loss after several teeth have been missing for years, facial deformity will occur, often accompanied by the appearance of early aging. While dentures can give a sense of aesthetic security, they can also cause harm by placing too much forces on the original bone structure, leading to bone loss. Eventually, the dentures will need relining or substitution. All of these problems can be prevented with Dr. Ranchod’s dental implant service.