|DENTAL IMPLANTS AT MYDENTAL…|
|What is a Dental Implant?|
|Very simply, a dental implant is a type of artificial tooth root that an implantologist places in your jaw. This is then used to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants are a wonderful choice if you enjoy good general oral health, but may have lost one or more teeth to reasons such as periodontal disease or an injury.
One of the big differences between implants and traditional bridgework is that implants do not rely on their neighboring teeth to support them.
And from a cosmetic point of view, there’s the added benefit that your implants look and completely natural, so you’ll have the confidence of a great smile again – not to mention being able to speak and eat normally. And if you maintain them correctly, you can expect your implants to last you a lifetime.
What Dental Implants Can Do?
|Single Implant – Upper Posterior||Single Implant Placement-Lateral Incisor||Implant vs. Bridge|
|Bone Grafting – Socket Preservation||Effects of Single Tooth Loss||Full Mouth Reconstruction|
|Full Mouth Reconstruction||Implant Placement Into Socket||Implant Placement Into Socket – Two Centrals|
|Locator Attachments for Lower Denture||Locator Attachments for Upper Denture|
|Lower Fixed Detachable||Lower Guided Fixed Detachable||Mandible Crown and Bridge Reconstruction|
|Posterior Implant Supported Three Unit Bridge||Premature Aging Due To Bone Loss – Female Front View||Premature Aging Due To Bone Loss – Female Side View|
|Premature Aging Due To Bone Loss – Male Front View||Premature Aging Due To Bone Loss – Male Side View||Bone Atrophy – Upper Maxilla|
|Bone Atrophy – Lower Mandible||Single Tooth Two Stage Procedure – Central Incisor||Single Tooth Two Stage Procedure – Cuspid|
|Sinus Lift – Lateral||Sinus Lift – Vertical||Smile Design Principles|
|Three Unit Bridge||Two Implant Over Denture||Upper Fixed Detachable|
|Upper Guided Fixed Detachable|
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