Dental Implants in Toronto

More than 120 million people in the United States have at least one tooth missing. Common factors are gum disease and decay. That could happen because of bad oral health, overall bad health, injury, or a disease like cancer where medicines cause tooth loss.

Teeth are important to eat properly because you need them for chewing. They also help in speaking properly. One solution could be dental implants.

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Dental Implants in Toronto
Those who have tooth loss or damaged teeth have an option to regain both smile and function. Dental implants can look, feel, and function like real teeth. New technologies have improved how they are installed and used.

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Providing sedation services with a caring staff to make your dental office visit a better experience.


We provide treatment options and consultations that improve your oral health now and prevent issues as you age.

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Our new technology and educated dentists specialize in dental care that addresses both minor and major oral health issues.

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From our patient and compassionate staff to the dental care we provide our patients, our dental office will keep you smiling for years to come.

What Makes Implants Different?

Dental implants replace the tooth root and are the foundation for replacement teeth. Replacement teeth match natural teeth and can be either permanent or removable. Most of the time, when dentists talk about dental implants, they are referring to permanent replacement teeth

Implants can also be used to secure removable dentures so they don't slip and four or more implants are used to permanently install dentures that patients don't ever remove.

One excellent point about implants is the rest of your teeth can remain as they are because getting an implant doesn't require that other teeth be altered.

Dental implants are highly favored with a 98% success rate. Implants are typically never removed as they can last your whole life.

Benefits of Getting Dental Implants

Getting a dental implant has some moderate pain as it involves surgery and anesthesia. Most of the time local anesthesia is used over general anesthesia. Those who went through the process said receiving the implant is less painful than having a tooth removed. Soreness will likely follow the procedure for a few days but an over-the-counter pain reliever will remedy that.

Dental implants offer many permanent benefits including better appearance and speech, more comfort, easier eating, more confidence, and better oral health. Implants can last a lifetime and are convenient because they act as your natural teeth.

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The Process of Getting a Dental Implant

Your dentist or prosthodontist will create a customized treatment plan for your implants. This is restorative dentistry and will involve oral surgery so it’s important to coordinate the best implant option that fits your need.

The actual implant, which replaces the tooth root, is a small titanium post. 


It's inserted into the bone socket of the missing tooth. The jawbone will grow around the post as it heals and that will secure it to the jaw. This takes six to 12 weeks.

Your dentist or prosthodontist will need to make some teeth impressions and replicate your bite to create your new tooth. The dentist will likely do this when they remove the tooth and send it off to be crafted while you are healing.

After the implant is attached permanently to the jawbone, an abutment is put on the post. An abutment is a small post that connects the implant to the new tooth. The new tooth is bonded to the connection post.

The same process is used to secure dentures. Dentures instead of teeth are connected to a different type of attachment rather than an abutment.

Who Is Eligible for Implants?

Anyone healthy can usually get a dental implant. They should have a healthy jawbone and gums and will need to have regular dental visits to maintain them. Those who are less likely to be considered successful implant candidates are people who have chronic health problems like heart disease or diabetes, those who have had radiation therapy for cancer, and heavy smokers.

Ask About Implants

Those who are missing teeth should ask about getting implants. They are an affordable way to improve both the look and function of your mouth.
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