- Implant look and function in the same way as natural tooth
- No other teeth will be involved.
- The implant maintains the jaw bone and stimulates the bone renewal.
- Can be used to support full denture for edentulous patients
- Need low maintenance
Dental implants are suitable for almost anyone who has lost one or more teeth and would like to restore their appearance or chewing ability; however, as it is important that there is good quality and quantity of bone and healthy gum, oral hygiene should be of high standard before treatment is starting, regular follow-up appointments with your dentist to avoid any complications at an early stage.
Implants are not suitable for
- Patients with chronic gum disease
- Uncontrolled diabetes, because of the risk of failure through infection or poor healing.
- People suffering blood clotting disorders; certain bone diseases, deficiencies in the immune system, severe systemic illnesses and drug abuse.
- Smokers are more likely to experience loosening of their implants.