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English: CeraRoot zirconia dental implant (metal-free) type 14, tapped in procedure. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As we grow old, many of us will damage our teeth because of normal use, decay, or due to other usual causes that can later on cause irreparable damage to our teeth. If you are among the very unfortunate few who lose their teeth due to the abovementioned causes, you might as well consider replacing them with viable dental options available to you.

At first, most people turn to dentures as a widely opted replacement option; however, with the growing popularity of dental implants, people choose them over dentures for their durability, natural look, and overall feel.

Sadly, dental implants are not meant for everyone. You must be in the best of your health and have ample healthy bones to support your dental implants. A dental professional will examine and assess your teeth and perform a series of x-rays and molds of your teeth after thorough examination. It is imperative that you relate to your dentist all of the prescribed medications and over-the-counter drugs you are taking as well as answer all necessary medical questions prior your dental surgery.

 

The Dental Implant Surgery

Your dentist will inject you with local anesthesia, after that he will make a very small incision right into your gum to bring out the bone in your jaw where he will drill a hole into the bone and will then set the dental implant prior to stitching your gum closed. For this procedure, expect x-rays to be performed on your jaw to make sure your implants are done appropriately.

Eventually the bone attaches to your implant, your dental practitioner will then do a second dental implant surgery by administering local anesthesia and creating another incision to bring out the dental implant. The protective screw will be added with an abutment. After several weeks, your dentist will include a bridge or crown at the last phase of your dental implant surgery.

Any dental implant surgery performed can come with complications or problems which can easily be remedied. In case you encounter any complications, best to consult with your dentist immediately for appropriate cure and relief.

 

Advantages of a Dental Implant

Your dental implant can offer several advantages for you. It will improve your smile and overall look. Plus, dental implants offer good support and are far more comfortable as opposed to dentures which can become loose fitting down the road and make eating or speaking problematic for anyone. Most importantly, dental implants never slip like conventional dentures. They are tougher and long-lasting when compared to dentures, and with good care these implants can last your entire lifetime.

Your teeth are essential to your appearance and your overall health and well-being. Your smile is definitely one of the first things people would notice as you meet for the very first time.

So, if you are looking to have dental implants done by a Calgary dentist in Canada, do not hesitate to contact us at Riverbend Dental Health today and we shall be taking good care of all your dental needs and requirements now!

Riverbend Dental Health is based in Calgary Alberta, Canada. If you are looking for a Calgary dentist, then Riverbend Dental Health is the best choice for you and your family. They specialize in dental implants, family dentistry, teeth whitening, crowns and bridges, and more. For further details, contact them at: http://riverbenddentist.com

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