DENTAL IMPLANTS HAMILTON
Are you looking for dental implant services in the Hamilton area but aren't sure where to turn? Our dental team provides professional dental implant treatment and dental implant restorations to provide stability for replacement teeth and dentures. They look and feel like natural teeth and are the perfect permanent solution to one or more missing teeth. Click the button below to schedule your appointment with a member of our dentistry team or to learn more about this treatment.
HOW DENTAL IMPLANTS OFFER A PERMANENT SOLUTION FOR PATIENTS IN HAMILTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS
Dental implants are designed from titanium posts that are surgically secured into the jaw bone beneath your gum line. Essentially, they act as the new “root” for your replacement tooth. If you’re experiencing bone loss caused by injury or bone resorption, our dentists will do a bone grafting procedure to reduce bone loss. This new bone structure will hold your implants in place. Our Hamilton dentists then use the dental implant posts to mount dental crowns onto the abutment tooth to restore your smile and improve your overall health.
If you’re looking for a dentist who can perform dental implant surgery in Hamilton, Century Stone Dental is glad to welcome you to our office. We always gladly accept new patients and are more than happy to answer any of your questions regarding replacing missing teeth with state-of-the-art dental crowns, dental implants, or a personalized denture treatment plan. Whether it is one or several teeth, we are happy to help.
Did you know dental implants have a 98% success rate and not only enhance your smile, but can also improve your jawbone strength, chew and digestion, and improve your low self-esteem? Don’t wait. Get your missing tooth/teeth replaced today.
DENTAL IMPLANTS LOOK JUST LIKE NATURAL TEETH
Once the titanium posts are placed into your jawbone, the bone begins to form around the implant in a process called osseointegration. This will act as the new “root” of your tooth. After approximately three months, the bone will have grown around the implant to firmly hold it in place alongside the rest of your teeth. Once your bone has 100% healed and accepted the dental implants, your replacement tooth (crown or dentures) can be affixed to the abutment which is attached to the screw. This pain-free procedure will ensure that either a single implant or multiple false teeth remain in place.
Replacement teeth are often made from porcelain – a very durable and natural-looking dental material. Many people will not know you have a false tooth or teeth. You will also forget that you have dental implants as the seal between the crown and implant is very strong and isn’t removable without the help of a dentist.
AFFORDABLE DENTAL IMPLANTS, HAMILTON
When patients in Hamilton speak to us about dental implants most of them wonder how much a dental prosthetic will cost. Whether you’re missing or have lost teeth because of age, gum disease, or an accident, it’s important for patients to understand all the options available to them. We will always strive to improve their quality of life and replace missing teeth within their preferred budget without compromising high-quality treatment. However, the dentures cost in Canada can vary per province and per dental clinic, especially if you choose dental implants over a removable denture. When you book your free consultation with our dedicated team of dentists today, we can provide you with an estimated total as most dental health benefits or government-funded programs for seniors do not cover the cost of denture care.
THE BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN DENTAL IMPLANTS
Patients do not need to worry about a sore jaw or tooth while eating with their new teeth implants. The stability of dental implants means that you can bite and chew with as much pressure as you would have with healthy, natural teeth. Sensitivity to bite pressure may also be reduced.
Removable teeth, like some dentures, don’t always fit securely enough and require the use of adhesives to hold them in place. This can lead to sore spots or open sores in the mouth. Implants allow for a tight, immovable hold for a proper bite and adhesives are never required. This reduces soreness in the mouth and creates a more comfortable fit.
Ordinary bridges require teeth on either side of a gap in your teeth. Normally, the existing teeth must be resized to accommodate the bridge to fit over them and anchor it in place. Dental implants erase the need to resize one or more existing teeth. Once the screws are attached to the bone, the crown can be secured to the abutment and that’s it!
Dental implant surgery is designed to last a lifetime and has a 98% success rate. You’re able to chew, laugh, talk and smile with confidence knowing your replacement teeth are firmly in place and look just like natural teeth. With the proper care, you can maintain your implant/implants for a lifetime.
Many patients are pleased to discover that there is a short recovery time following the dental implant procedure. After several days of sore soft tissues, your tooth-replacement will feel natural and like any other teeth.
Healthy gums and a strong jawbone are essential in supporting your implants. Infections or inflammation of the gums around the implant can lead to pain and discomfort, and in some cases, infection of the bone. To avoid infection and gum disease, proper oral hygiene is required if you have undergone this procedure.
Regular cleanings with a hygienist and routine dental exams ensure that you’ll have a comfortable, healthy experience for years to come. In addition, maintaining good oral health at home is crucial. Daily brushing and flossing are the first steps in maintaining implants and preventing gum disease and other oral issues.
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We Pride Ourselves on Exceptional Dentistry
Getting dental implants in Hamilton is one thing, but maintaining them is another. If you have any questions related to the dental surgery procedure, aftercare treatment, maintaining your dental implants, removable dentures, or just good oral hygiene, feel free to contact us. Dr. Sims will be happy to answer any questions for you. Call to schedule your next appointment today!