Fill in a Gap and Restore Function
Dental implants are designed to fill in a gap left by a missing or extracted tooth. It’s important to fill in gaps because it can cause your teeth to move which can lead to crookedness and more gaps. Dental implants also have restorative benefits as they provide stability and function to an otherwise compromised smile. If you leave a gap in your mouth this can alter the shape of your face and lead to sacrificed muscular support and in turn premature aging. A dental implant can maintain your muscles as well as jaw bone density which can also improve the appearance of your jaw.
Implant Crowns $1450 each
Implant Surgery $1600 per fixture (Implant Fixture Placement)
Full Dental Implant $3050 per tooth (Fixture + Crown)
The first step of your surgery will be inserting a titanium dental implant into your gum and jaw bone. This part will act as the root of your new tooth and will later be covered by a dental implant crown. We refer to these two parts as the fixture (implant) and restoration (crown). The fixture will ensure stability and the restoration will ensure a desirable cosmetic appearance.
You can find out more about the dental implant procedure by watching the video below:
Every surgical or invasive procedure has risks involved. We will discuss the risks of the procedure during your consultation as well as examine your health to ensure you are an ideal candidate for a surgical procedure. This will involve analysing the health of your mouth and body to minimise the risk of complication.