Dental Implants Mississauga

Dental implants are the best solution to replace a missing tooth, or a few, for people of all ages in relatively good health.
Contact us to have a consultation with our expert dentists to find out if you are a good candidate for a dental implant and to establish a treatment plan that suits your specials needs.

If you are missing any of your teeth, there are several different reasons for which that may have happened. Regardless of this, it is imperative that a replacement is provided for those missing teeth so that you can avoid the issue from worsening.

Missing teeth can lead to difficulty chewing, loss of lip support, difficulty speaking, and the movement of nearby teeth to close the gap or lead to decay. Furthermore, having teeth missing can lead to bone loss, which will make you look older as you suffer from loss of facial structure. Dental Implants are a great solution to loss of teeth as it stops the negative effects listed and restore your smile.

Are you missing a teeth?

Do I Need Dental Implants?

Do I Need Dental Implants?

Porcelain veneers are very thin shells of ceramic that go over the front of the teeth; they are custom made and colour matched to the natural tooth. This option is most suited to those who wish to have a quick cosmetic fix for their discoloured, worn or crooked teeth, or those who simply want a natural looking result.

Dental Implant Advantages

There are many benefits that come with getting a Dental Implant, and increased confidence is just the start of it. Dental implants can greatly improve your chewing, speech and maintain a sharp jawline appearance. On top of that, Dental Implants also give you back the look of your natural teeth, as well as giving you back the functionality of them.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental Implants are surgical pieces that connect with the bone of the jaw in order to hold a prosthetic such as a Crown, Dental Bridge, or a Denture. The procedure of Dental Implants begins with placing the implant fixture in the bone in order for it to osseointegrate (fuse to the bone), so that a prosthetic can later be added after the required healing time for osseointegration.

Afterwards an abutment is applied to hold down the prosthetic. The success of the treatment depends on the health of the patient, health of the tissues within the mouth, drugs which can influence the likability of osseointegration and the amount of stress or load that is applied to the implant.

What are Dental Implants?