Implant surgery, Bone graft

If one or more of your teeth are missing, there are a number of ways to replace them. An alternative to bridges, partials or complete dentures may be dental implants. Implants are used to replace missing roots and support artificial replacement teeth. They are comfortable and look like natural teeth. As a top provider of Scarborough dental implants, One Centre Dentistry features an expert team who has current knowledge of contemporary dental implant techniques. Individuals in Toronto, Scarborough and other areas can consult with us to determine if a dental implant may be a preferred alternative over traditional bridges or partial or complete dentures. A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium. Our Scarborough dentists insert the implant into your jawbone to replace the tooth’s natural root. The implant serves as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth in place.

A fixed bridge is anchored to dental implants to replace one or more teeth (we can put picture )
A removable implant-supported denture is a denture, which is both retained and supported by four or more dental implants. This means that the denture does not rest on the gums. Rather, it is fixed on implants, which are embedded in bone.
A fixed implant-supported denture (fixed implant bridge) is a lifelike set of false teeth anchored to dental implants to replace all teeth complete with prosthetic gum tissue that stays in your mouth all the time.
We have advanced skill and expertise in preparing the jaw for dental implants and placing your tooth replacements with extreme accuracy. Our doctors are proud to offer the highest standard of implant care.

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Regardless of the number of missing teeth, the minimum requirement for the placement of a dental implant is good general health, healthy gum and the availability of sufficient bone height and bone thickness in an anatomically appropriate location. At One Centre Dentistry a thorough clinical examination together with the required radiographic images will be used to determine bone availability and to assist in the precise placement of the implant. Following a tooth extraction, ridge preservation, or socket preservation, bone grafting material is added directly to hollowed-out tooth sockets, preventing the bone from collapsing and preserving the site for future implant placement If you are seeking the top Scarborough dental implant experts, you should visit One Centre Dentistry.