Implants are constructed from three core components: the titanium root, the connecting abutment, and the artificial crown. These versatile devices can serve to replace individual teeth, multiple teeth via fixed bridges, or even improve the fit of partial and full dentures. The titanium root is embedded surgically into the jawbone, while the abutment and its subsequent attachments sit above the gum line. The resulting crowns mimic the look and feel of your natural teeth.
Wisdom teeth, often known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to appear in each of the four corners of your mouth. It's standard for most people to have a full set of four wisdom teeth, but it's not uncommon for some to have fewer. In some instances, individuals may be missing one, two, or even three of these teeth. Interestingly enough, there are those who may consider themselves lucky to be missing all four wisdom teeth, avoiding potential oral complications down the line.
administration of anesthesia
We provide a range of anesthesia options tailored to each patient's needs, covering everything from local anesthetics to sedation and general anesthesia. Our highly trained medical team adheres to strict protocols and utilizes the latest equipment to administer anesthesia, all while continuously monitoring patients to ensure their safety and comfort throughout the surgical procedure.
full arch restoration
These are what is commonly known as “teeth in a day” or “smile makeover.” Most commonly, 4 to 6 implants are used to replace an entire set of upper or lower teeth in potentially one day. These teeth can either be removable (comes in and out) or fixed (stays in your mouth). We will work closely with your dentist or prosthodontist and a local laboratory to deliver the results you are looking for. We have many ways to replace your teeth and can find the best solution that works for you.
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