Implants are a great way to replace missing or damaged teeth and provide a realistic appearance.
When you visit your next appointment The dentist will then decide whether you need a support bridge or crown. If your tooth’s structure is healthy enough, the dentist can grind it to insert a supporting bridge rather than an actual crown. The procedure is temporary because the gum will not be stimulated by the crown and it will eventually recede. As opposed to a bridge crown is placed into the teeth’s natural root inside the jaw. It then allows your gum to receive stimulation that your natural tooth can provide.
After your appointment, your dentist will then take a digital xray or scan your mouth. This will allow the creation of a mold that is suitable for your mouth’s size. To ensure that the implants fit perfectly then your dentist will make the surgical guide. Once manufactured, your implants will be screwed on by your dentist, who will put your artificial teeth in place. If well maintained, implants will last for the rest of your life.