Implants are designed to replace a tooth or teeth to look, feel, and function like real teeth! The implants themselves are titanium posts surgically placed into the jawbone to act as an anchor for the artificial tooth.
Implants give confidence to a person with their physical appearance. Implants also help with speech and to preserve facial structure which help prevent bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.
In most cases, the placement of the implants involves two surgical procedures. First, the tiny titanium implants are placed within your jawbone. It will take three to six months for the implant and bone to bond together. After the implant and bone bond together, an abutment and final crown is placed on the implant.
Sleep dentistry is an option for this treatment as well.