Dental Implants

Dental Implants

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are artificial teeth that are surgically implanted into your jawbone to replace missing teeth. They are made of high-quality materials such as titanium or ceramic, which makes them strong and durable. Dental implants are an excellent option for those who have lost teeth due to injury, disease, or decay. They are also a popular alternative to dentures or bridges, providing a more permanent solution to missing teeth. Dental implants can last a lifetime and look like natural teeth with proper care and follow-up.

At Maark Dental Specialities, we specialize in dental implants, a permanent solution for missing teeth. Our experienced dentists are trained in the latest implant technologies and techniques, ensuring our patients receive the highest quality care. With a successful implant, your smile will look and feel natural, giving you renewed confidence and a great boost to your overall health.

Before Dental Implant Treatment

Examination & Evaluation: Dental implant examination and evaluation involve a thorough oral and medical examination, including diagnostic imaging to assess the patient’s oral health, medical history, and overall health. The evaluation helps determine the patient’s suitability for dental implants and develop a customized treatment plan.

X-Rays: X-rays are essential in dental implant procedures to evaluate bone quality and determine the optimal implant placement. Common types include panoramic, periapical, and cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans.

Treatment Plan: After a thorough examination and evaluation, a customized treatment plan is developed for dental implant patients. It takes into account their specific needs and goals for successful implantation.

Implant Placement: Dental implant placement involves surgically inserting a titanium post into the jawbone, allowing for the attachment of a replacement tooth or teeth, and providing a long-term solution for missing teeth.

Single-Stage Procedure: Dental implants single-stage procedure involves placing the implant and the abutment at the same time. This simplifies the procedure, reduces treatment time, and enhances patient comfort.

Two-Stage Procedure: The two-stage dental implant procedure involves two separate surgeries to place the implant and the abutment and crown. Healing time is required between the surgeries for the implant to fuse with the jawbone.

Types of Dental Implant Treatment

Single Tooth Implant
Single Tooth Implant Procedure
Multiple Dental Implant
Multiple Teeth Implant Procedure
Advanced Implants
Complete Dental Implant
Full Mouth Rehabilitation