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Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants

Gum problems, tooth decay, injury, or a genetic condition will all be behind a missing tooth. Despite the underlying cause of missing teeth, we will replace your lost tooth. A dental implant is an ideal choice.

The replacement of missing or damaged teeth by dental implants will be life-changing. Dental implants will restore your smile, confidence, and ability to enjoy any kind of food. We have placed several dental implants, enabling patients to enjoy a new lease on life. Dr. Renu Chaudhary and her team of implant surgeons will design the best treatment plan for you and your smile.

We offer a full range of solutions for replacing missing teeth, from a single implant to providing you with a full set of functioning teeth in a day, also referred to as Teeth-in-a-Day or All-on-4.

Change Your Smile, Change Your Life with Dental Implants

Your new implant will work like natural teeth, so you’ll never have any problems with eating, drinking, and smiling again. You’ll get a nice boost of confidence. Dental implants also help to maintain facial structure and prevent jaw shrinkage, making you appear younger. 

  • Look and work like natural teeth.
  • Protect your dental and oral health in the long run. 
  • Eliminate the discomfort and inconvenience of dentures.
  • Long-lasting and durable 

What Are Dental Implants?

  • Dental implants are artificial tooth roots used to replace missing teeth or provide support for dental prostheses, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. They are a popular and effective solution for individuals who have lost one or more teeth due to various reasons, such as tooth decay, gum disease, or trauma.
  • The dental implant itself is typically a small, screw-like post, usually made of biocompatible materials like titanium, that is surgically inserted into the jawbone. This post acts as an anchor for the replacement tooth or teeth and provides a stable foundation for dental restorations.

The process of getting dental implants usually involves several steps

  • Consultation and examination: The first step is to consult with a qualified dentist to evaluate the condition of your jawbone and surrounding tissues.


  • Implant placement: In a minor surgical procedure, the dental implant post is placed into the jawbone beneath the gumline. Over a period of several months, the bone fuses with the implant through a process called osseointegration, which provides a secure and stable base for the artificial tooth.


  • Abutment placement: Once the osseointegration is complete, a small connector called an abutment is attached to the top of the implant. The abutment serves as the connection between the implant and the dental restoration.


  • Dental restoration: After the gums have healed and the abutment is securely in place, a dental crown, bridge, or denture is custom-made to match your natural teeth and fit over the abutment. 

Why Dental Implants? Problems of missing teeth on our smile and overall health?

Missing teeth can have significant impacts on both our smile and overall health.

  • Aesthetics: Missing teeth can affect the appearance of your smile and facial structure, leading to self-consciousness and reduced confidence.


  • Chewing difficulties: Missing teeth can make it challenging to chew food properly, leading to limitations in the types of food one can eat.


  • Speech problems: Missing teeth can affect speech clarity and pronunciation, leading to difficulties in communication.


  • Shifting of remaining teeth: When a tooth is lost, the neighbouring teeth may start to shift or tilt into the empty space over time. This movement can cause misalignment and bite problems and potentially lead to further tooth loss.


  • Jawbone deterioration: The roots of natural teeth stimulate the jawbone, helping to maintain its strength and density. When a tooth is lost, the lack of stimulation can lead to bone resorption, where the jawbone begins to shrink and weaken over time.


  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues:  The misalignment caused by missing teeth can put extra strain on the TMJ. This may lead to temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), resulting in pain, clicking, or difficulty in jaw movement.


  • Digestive problems: Chewing is the first step in the digestive process. Inadequate chewing due to missing teeth can lead to larger food particles entering the digestive system, potentially causing digestive issues.


  • Gum disease and decay: Gaps left by missing teeth can trap food particles and bacteria, increasing the risk of gum disease and tooth decay in the surrounding teeth.


  • Facial sagging: Jawbone deterioration, which can occur over time when teeth are missing, can lead to facial sagging and a prematurely aged appearance.

Advantages of dental implants over dental bridges

Dental implants and dental bridges are both effective options for replacing missing teeth, but they have distinct advantages and considerations.

  • Longevity: With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime, whereas dental bridges typically have a lifespan of 10 to 15 years before they may need replacement.
  • Bone preservation: Dental implants are surgically placed into the jawbone, where they integrate and fuse with the bone through osseointegration. This process helps preserve the jawbone's density and prevents bone resorption, which is a common issue with missing teeth. Dental bridges, do not address bone preservation.
  • No impact on neighbouring teeth: Dental implants are standalone tooth replacements that do not rely on adjacent teeth for support. In contrast, dental bridges require the preparation and alteration of adjacent healthy teeth to serve as abutments for the bridge.
  • Stability and function: Dental implants mimic the function of natural teeth more closely than dental bridges. They are anchored securely in the jawbone, providing stability and allowing for proper chewing and speaking without the risk of the bridge becoming loose or dislodged.
  • Improved oral hygiene: Dental implants are easier to clean and maintain than dental bridges. With bridges, flossing requires threading dental floss underneath the artificial tooth, which can be challenging. Dental implants can be brushed and flossed just like natural teeth.
  • Aesthetics: Dental implants offer a more natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance. 
  • No risk of decay: Since dental implants are made of materials like titanium and ceramic, they are not susceptible to decay. Dental bridges, however, still leave a small space between the artificial tooth and the gumline, creating an area where bacteria can accumulate and lead to decay in the supporting teeth or the bridge itself.


Despite the advantages of dental implants, it's important to note that they may not be suitable for everyone. The eligibility for dental implants depends on factors like overall oral health, bone density, and certain medical conditions. Additionally, dental implants tend to be more expensive initially compared to dental bridges, though their long-term benefits may offset the initial cost difference.

POST-surgery Instructions FOR Dental Implants

  • Take prescribed medications: To manage pain and prevent infection.


  • Control bleeding: Some bleeding is normal after surgery. Bite down gently on the gauze pads placed over the surgical site for about 30 minutes. Avoid excessive spitting or rinsing, as it may worsen bleeding.


  • Apply ice: Applying ice packs to the affected area can help reduce swelling and discomfort.


  • Limit physical activity: Avoid strenuous activities and exercise for at least 48 hours after surgery to minimize bleeding and promote healing.


  • Soft diet: Stick to a soft and bland diet for the first few days following surgery. 


  • Oral hygiene: Maintain good oral hygiene, but be gentle around the surgical area. Avoid brushing directly on the implant site for the first few days. Instead, rinse your mouth gently with warm saltwater after meals to keep the area clean.


  • Avoid smoking and alcohol: Smoking can interfere with the healing process and increase the risk of complications. It's best to avoid smoking and drinking alcohol for at least a few days after surgery.


  • Follow-up appointments: Attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with your dentist.


  • Pain and swelling management: Some degree of pain and swelling is normal after surgery. However, if you experience severe or increasing pain, swelling, fever, or other unusual symptoms, contact your dentist or oral surgeon promptly.


  • Avoid touching or probing the surgical site: To prevent infection and disruption of the healing process, avoid touching the implant site with your fingers or tongue.


  • Sleep with your head elevated: Keep your head elevated while sleeping for the first few nights after surgery. This can help reduce swelling.


The cost of dental implants can vary based on several factors, including the following

  • Location: The cost of dental implants can differ from one city or region to another.


  • Implant material: The type and quality of the dental implant material used can impact the cost.


  • Dentist's experience and expertise: Highly experienced and skilled dentists may charge more for their services.


  • Number of implants needed: The total cost will depend on the number of dental implants required for your specific case.


  • Additional procedures: If you need additional procedures such as bone grafting or a sinus lift to prepare the implant site, this can add to the overall cost.


  • Type of restoration: The type of dental restoration (crown, bridge, or denture) placed on the implant can also affect the overall cost.


Investing in a reputable and experienced dental provider can help ensure a successful and long-lasting outcome for your dental implant treatment.


Q 1: What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of biocompatible materials, typically titanium, that is surgically placed into the jawbone to support a dental prosthesis, such as a crown, bridge, or denture.

Q 2: Who is a candidate for dental implants?

Most individuals with good oral and general health can be candidates for dental implants. Adequate jawbone density and healthy gums are essential for successful implantation. We will assess your suitability for implants during a consultation.

Q 3: Is the dental implant procedure painful?

Dental implant surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia, meaning you will not feel pain during the procedure. Some discomfort and swelling may be experienced during the recovery period, but it is generally manageable with prescribed pain medications.

Q 4: How long does the dental implant process take?

The entire dental implant process can take several months. It includes the healing period after implant placement to allow osseointegration (fusion of the implant with the jawbone). The length of the process can vary based on individual healing rates and the need for additional procedures like bone grafting.

Q 5: What are the benefits of dental implants over other tooth replacement options?

Dental implants offer various advantages, including improved aesthetics, stability, and function similar to natural teeth. They also help preserve jawbone density and do not require the alteration of adjacent healthy teeth, as in the case of dental bridges.

Q 6: How long do dental implants last?

With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime. Regular dental check-ups, good oral hygiene practices, and avoiding habits like smoking can contribute to their long-term success.

Q 7: Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants have a high success rate and are considered a safe and reliable tooth replacement option. Complications are rare, and the procedure has been performed for many years with well-documented success.

Q 8: What is the cost of dental implants?

The cost of dental implants can vary depending on factors such as the number of implants needed, location, the dentist's experience, and the type of restoration used. It's best to consult with your dentist for a personalised cost estimate.

Q 9: Is there an age limit for getting dental implants?

Dental implants can be placed in adults of all ages, as long as they have a healthy jawbone and gums. However, young individuals with developing jawbones may need to wait until their bone growth is complete.

Q 10: Are dental implants covered by insurance?

Dental implant coverage varies depending on your dental insurance plan. It's essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.


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