The first and foremost step is to embed the implant in the jaw with surgery. Depending upon the type of implant i.e. single implant, bracket or denture we will place the post under the gum tissue in the jaw. Once the implant has fused with the jaw bone and after the jaw has totally healed a crown which resembles the natural colour of your teeth is made an attached to the implant. The healing process takes about three months. The time taken for a dental implant treatment varies from patient to patient depending upon individual needs. Moreover it takes up to 9 months to complete the procedure.
Not everyone is an ideal patient for dental implants. A comprehensive evaluation by us will give you an idea of all your available treatment options.
There are several steps involved in the placement of a dental implant, and these steps can vary depending on a number of factors. The first step is to anchor the implant with surgery. Depending on the type of implant, the surgery will "implant" the anchor, in some cases with a post already attached that is used to connect the anchor to the replacement tooth. However in some cases, a second surgery may be necessary to place the post. Once the implant has bonded with the jaw bone and after the gums have healed, an artificial tooth which resembles a natural tooth is made and attached to the implant. The dental implant treatment time varies depending on individual needs but can take a number of appointments and may take up to nine months to complete.