When you visit our team to learn more and prepare for your dental implant, our dentist may specifically recommend a DIOnavi EcoDigital Implant. This implant procedure uses advanced digital technology to provide all the benefits of dental implants in as little as two hours. From your initial consultation to the implant creation, placement and temporary tooth restoration, your entire experience will be customized to fit the needs of your smile. DIOnavi implants are also minimally invasive, allowing you to heal faster and get back to your day to day life with little to no interruption.
Dental implants are one of the most effective and long-lasting restoration options our team offers, replacing both the root and the crown of your missing tooth. These prosthetic teeth can be used to replace a single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or an entire missing dental arch, and during your consultation with our dentist, we will help you decide which of our implant restorations best address your smile’s specific needs.
Each dental implant consists of two parts: the implant post and the implant restoration. The implant post, a small, biocompatible titanium screw, replaces the root of your missing tooth and anchors your restoration. The implant post is what distinguishes implants from most other restoration options, since it is surgically inserted directly into the jawbone, creating a stable foundation for your prosthetic tooth or teeth and encouraging the growth of bone tissue to prevent bone loss.
The second part of your dental implant is called the implant restoration. After you have fully healed from your implant placement, and your implant post has been given enough time to fully integrate into your jawbone, our dentist and team will work to help design your restoration. This restoration, whether it is a single dental crown, a dental bridge or a full denture, will cap your implant or implants and complete your treatment.
Dental implants are ideal permanent tooth replacements as they look, feel and function just like your natural teeth. Your implants will also need the same care as your natural teeth, including daily brushing and flossing and regular visits to your dentist. When properly maintained, your implant can last you a lifetime.
As long as their remaining teeth and gums are healthy, anyone missing one or more teeth could qualify for dental implants. Even those with preexisting conditions, such as gum disease, can receive a dental implant after their oral health needs are met. You can learn more about implant dentistry by calling our office and planning you consultation with our team today.