Single Tooth Replacement

Beautiful smile is a statement of your personality. If you have lost a single tooth, we can replace it with Single Tooth Dental Implants and brighten your smile.

Titanium Dental Clinic offers advanced and affordable Dental implants. Dental implants are far more superior compared to other regular tooth replacement methods presently available. Conventional bridge is a short lived solution as it does not include root replacement. While fixing the bridge adjacent tooth has to be ground which will accelerate bone loss. We being the leading Dentists in Ahmedabad, suggest dental implants. It is the easiest and the safest dental treatment available for missing tooth. As implants are root replacement for missing tooth, they are more durable and long lasting. Single Tooth Dental Implants preserve the surrounding natural structure of your teeth and integrate with bone to exist as one unit.

Being the finest and most advanced Dentists in Ahmedabad we are confidant of resolving the most unique and complex dental issues and make you smile again.

When are single-tooth implants used?

Dental implants can be used to replace a missing tooth permanently. First, your dentist will surgically place the implant in your jawbone. Once it fuses to the bone, the implant serves as the new “root.” A crown also called a cap, is attached to the implant to replace the missing tooth.

To be considered a candidate for dental implants, your jawbone needs to be strong enough to support the implant. The surrounding tissue and nearby teeth have to be in good health. If there is not enough bone to hold it, additional bone can be added through bone grafting.

It’s essential the dentist performs a thorough review of your medical history and conducts an exam. Some medical problems could eliminate a candidate for dental implants, such as diabetes, liver disease, or a severe bleeding disorder.

How do single-tooth implants work?

Procedure Practise

What is the process like?

Getting a dental implant requires oral surgery, generally using local anesthesia. Your oral surgeon will cut into your gum to expose the bone. Holes are drilled into the bone where the metal implant will be placed.

After this procedure, you'll still have a gap where your tooth is missing. Your dentist might be able to fabricate a temporary solution to fill in the gap for cosmetic reasons.

Once the implant has properly fused with the bone, your dentist may want to place a healing cap. This helps the gum tissue heal correctly, usually taking around two weeks. After this, the cap is removed, and the abutment is screwed onto the implant. You'll get a temporary crown while the gums finish healing around the abutment.

Your dentist will make a final impression to create your crown, which will either be cemented or screwed to the abutment to secure it in place permanently. You can treat this new "tooth" like any other in your mouth, with regular brushing and flossing to keep the gums healthy.

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