OASIS DENTAL MILTON OFFERS STURDY, PERMANENT DENTAL IMPLANTS THAT HOLD IN PLACE THE WAY BRIDGES AND DENTURES CAN’T
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MILTON, ON – Dental implants have revolutionized dentistry over the past quarter-century like few other developments in oral health. When expert clinical planning, restoration design and surgery meets extensive research and refined dental implant knowledge, the results offer Greater Toronto Area patients seamless prosthetics (tooth) that live up to the form and function of natural permanent teeth.
The dental implants can replace single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or a denture.
Implant dentures (All on 4, All on 6, All on 8) will allow the denture to be held securily to the dental implants and not move unlike convention dentures that are floating on top of the gums.. Dental implants will restore your nature smile, speach and eating back.
Permanent dental implants are miraculous alternatives for patients whose removable dentures or bridges create uncomfortable sores and fit awkwardly due to poor ridges or persistent gagging as they slip out of position. A patient with healthy gums and sufficiently strong bone density to support an implant is an ideal candidate for a permanent restorative implant requiring no grinding down or other preparation of teeth neighboring an empty space.
The American Dental Association (ADA) has endorsed two types of dental implants as safe patients of most ages;
ENDOSTEAL IMPLANTS require two surgeries for successful implementation: one to directly insert the implant into the jawbone and a second to connect the implant to a post and attach either an individual artificial tooth or several grouped on a denture or bridge once the gum tissue heals.
A SUBPERIOSTEAL IMPLANT IMPLANT is a fitted metal frame that fixes to the jawbone below the gums as the tissue heals. Artificial teeth then mount to the endosteal dental implant posts’ portions that protrude through the gums.
After successful surgery, OASIS DENTAL MILTON and all GTA dental professionals strongly encourage diligent care to ensure the implants last as long as expected:
- Practice proper oral hygiene, including brushing twice daily, flossing at least once a day, and cleaning hard-to-reach areas around implants using interdental brushes designed to slide between teeth.
- Quit smoking prior to starting dental implant therapy, as this habit can cause eventual implant failure ben weakening the bone structure.
- Avoid chewing hard foods that may break replacement crowns and natural teeth, such as ice and harder candies.
Finally, maintain a regular schedule of checkups with a trusted dentist. Dental implants are built to last, provided patients and dentists monitor their conditions closely. Cleaning and exam appointments every six months are essential to keeping restorative work in optimal condition for a lifetime to come.