Are Dental Implants the Right Choice for You and Your Smile?
What you should know about the most preferred method of tooth restoration

Dental Implants by Dentistry in Scarborough

As we know, our teeth play a large role in our chewing and digestion, and also allow us to speak and enunciate properly. They also play a fundamental role in creating the overall structure of a face, and are automatically shown off when we laugh or smile.

This is why losing teeth can be a very distressing experience.

But luckily, dental implants offered by our network of preferred provider dentists in Ontario are a wonderful restorative option for patients with one or more missing teeth.

What exactly are dental implants?

Dental implants are essentially titanium screws that resemble artificial tooth roots. They are implanted into the jaw to become one with the bone through a process called “osseointegration”, to later support an artificial replacement crown (tooth).

Together, the artificial root and crown create a stable dental replacement that looks and feels very much like a natural tooth — with the potential to last a lifetime with proper care. This life-changing procedure has been performed safely by dental health professionals for many years, with an up to 98% success rate!

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

If your bone and gums are in a healthy state, you’re most likely a candidate for dental implants. However, there are certain medical conditions such as diabetes that may influence whether the implant will successfully merge with the jawbone. Your dentist will be able to perform an evaluation to determine whether dental implants would be a suitable option for you.

Looking after your dental implants

A patient needs to be willing to look after their dental implants every day. This involves brushing twice daily, flossing at least once a day, and seeing the dentist and dental hygienist for a check-up and cleaning regularly. The hygienist will use special tools to give your dental implants an effective clean without damaging them. Your dentist may also recommend other special cleaning instruments or methods to use at home as a part of your oral hygiene routine.

Change Your Life (and Smile) Today

Ready to restore your smile with a dental implants procedure? Most of our Teeth First Dental Network clinics, such as Dentistry in Scarborough, offer this among many other restorative dentistry services to help you achieve a fully functional and beautiful smile.

Contact a Teeth First Dental Network clinic near you today to schedule your free dental implants consultation today!