Dental implants should be considered if you’re missing one or more teeth. Patients benefit from dental implants because, while replacing missing teeth, they provide structural support for remaining teeth and are a permanent solution to tooth loss.
Dental implants allow missing teeth to be replaced in a permanent way. The dental implant is a replacement root that a replacement tooth is attached to. You can have one or more teeth replaced in this manner. The replacement teeth can be removable, but the implants themselves are not as they are fused to your jawbone to provide a secure support for your new teeth. Tache Dental Centre provides dental implants in Winnipeg to many patients seeking replacements for their missing teeth.
Who Can Get Dental Implants?
Dental implants are not for everyone. You must be in good general health, and have healthy gums and enough bone in your jaw to support the implant(s). You must be willing to see your dentist or dental specialist several times until the work is done and take very good care of your implant(s). In addition, implants can cost more than other kinds of replacement teeth. If you are looking for dental implants in the Winnipeg area, come to Tache Dental Centre.
It’s normal for bone to shrink if it no longer has teeth and roots to support. Because a dental implant gets fused to the bone, the bone is less likely to shrink. But if you have been missing teeth for some time, you may have lost bone. A bone graft can build up the bone so it can support an implant. When a bone graft is done, bone is added to the area where your jawbone has shrunk.
Book A Free Consultation for Dental Implants
Dental implant treatment is an area of expertise at Tache Dental Centre. We have completed thousands of implant treatments successfully. Our dental centre has all the possible hygienic equipment needed to provide implants in a safe and professional environment, including a dental CT scanner used to prevent damage to the sinuses and the nerves in the jaw. Call or email us to book a FREE consultation to determine if dental implants are right for you.