Tran Dental Implants replace missing teeth, restore your jaw bone’s shape and help you eat better. They also improve your ability to speak clearly.
Before the implant surgery X-rays are taken to assess the quality and quantity of your bone. If necessary a bone graft can be performed to build up the area.
For people who have lost some or all of their teeth due to a serious accident, disease or just advanced age, Tran Dental Implants are an ideal tooth replacement solution. They look very natural, restore full chewing power and prevent bone loss.
During the implant procedure, surgeons replace tooth roots with metal screw-like posts and add top-quality artificial teeth on top. These restorations are very durable and can last for decades, so they’re a great long-term investment.
Dental implants are made of titanium or ceramic materials that are biocompatible with the tissues inside your mouth. They won’t cause any issues with your gums or jawbone, as long as you practice conscientious oral hygiene and see your dentist regularly.
There are some cases where the ridge of your jawbone is not thick enough to support an implant. To correct this, a bone graft can be added to the area. Similarly, the sinus membrane can be lifted with a sinus lift to increase the height of the bone.
Implants replace entire missing teeth from root to crown, so they look and feel more like natural teeth. They can also last a lifetime if cared for properly.
The implant posts (cylinders or screws) surgically fuse to the jaw bone during a procedure called osseointegration. This creates a strong foundation for tooth restorations.
A permanent, fixed dental bridge or a removable denture can be attached to the implants. This allows you to eat a wider variety of foods and helps preserve the structure of your remaining teeth.
We use zirconia dental implants, which are extremely life-like and durable. They’re also slim, so they blend better with surrounding gum tissue than standard dentures or dental bridges.
You can expect a quick and comfortable procedure under local anesthetic. The implant will heal for 3 to 4 months and you’ll be able to enjoy your new replacement tooth. However, it’s important that you follow oral hygiene instructions to avoid complications, such as infection.
Restore Your Chewing Power
When you have missing teeth, the empty space can cause adjacent teeth to shift into the gap, pulling them out of alignment. This can make chewing difficult and also affect the balance of your bite.
Implants help restore full chewing power, so you can enjoy your favorite foods. You can even brush and floss the same way, improving your oral health and overall wellness.
Dental implants are the only tooth replacement solution that mimics your natural tooth structure from root to crown. Patients often report they can’t tell the difference between their natural teeth and their implant-supported restorations. And because dental implants are permanent, they improve your oral hygiene habits and help reduce periodontal (gum) disease, which can lead to heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and other chronic illnesses. Dental implants are also the only tooth replacement option that prevents bone loss by stimulating the body to maintain and regenerate bone tissue. This makes implants the longest-lasting and most aesthetically pleasing treatment available.
No More Loose Dentures
Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants are fixed in your mouth. This means they won’t slip or move when you talk, smile or eat. There is nothing worse than a denture that shifts while you’re trying to say something or laugh!
You can also eat your favorite foods with confidence because implant teeth restore your full chewing power. You can eat crunchy vegetables, meats, and even some fruits. You’ll also be able to brush and floss your teeth with ease. You’ll still need to practice good oral hygiene though and visit your dentist a few times a year for routine checkups and cleanings.
Once your dental implants heal, you’ll notice a younger, fuller appearance because the gaps in your teeth are filled in, eliminating the drooping face that many people experience after tooth loss. This can help boost your self-confidence in social and professional settings so that you feel ready to ask that person out or apply for that new job.