Dental Implants in London and MT Brydges, Ontario

Get immediate tooth implants and implants for loose dentures in London and MT Brydges, Ontario

If you have a loose or broken front tooth, get them fixed at our dental implant clinic at London and MT Brydges Ontario locations very conveniently and that too in a single visit. Our well-trained team of implantologists and dental professionals will assist you in every way to ensure that you get your implants placed as smoothly and conveniently as possible. We will assess your bone health and do a comprehensive oral examination to provide you a solution to your discomfort as early as possible.

If you have been already a patient at our facility, you may reach us at our helpline for any guidance. We will be happy to be of service to you in any way possible.

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We Offer Implant Services For The Following

  • Single tooth dental implants for a single missing tooth

  • Dental implants for supporting dental bridges

  • Denture implants for supporting and fixing the complete dentures so that they are not loose and annoying anymore.

  • All teeth on four dental implants for full teeth replacement

  • Immediate implants for emergency cases

  • Sinus lift surgery for facilitating dental implant placement

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implant:

1.What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a screw-like structure made predominantly from titanium metal. It is placed in your jaw bone in such a way that it will act as the root of a tooth. It has a crown part which is a replacement of the crown part of the lost tooth structure.

2.What is the procedure for dental implant placement?

Placement of an implant is a surgical procedure and requires administration of local anesthesia or in some cases, general anesthesia to make it pain-free. The dental implant specialist will structure your bone to receive the implant, and then the implant is placed in the bone. Once the wound heals completely, and the implant gets fused to the bone, a cap or bridge or denture is placed on it, depending on the individual case.

3.How much time is required for the procedure?

It typically takes 1-1.5 hours for placing a single implant in your bone. The more the number of implants, the more time it will need.

4.Am I the ideal candidate for an implant?

Your dentist will require to do some x-rays to assess your jaw bone health. Since implants require a certain height and width for ideal placement, you will need to go for a comprehensive oral examination. The medical status of a person is another factor that affects the prognosis of an implant. So, medically compromised individuals may need to go some other tests also to know whether they are the candidate for implants.

5.What is the cost of dental implants?

A single implant may cost you anywhere between 3000 – 3500 $ with an implant and the crown inclusive depending upon the need for bone grafting procedure.

Cost of the denture implants varies according to the treatment but on an average is about 2000$ each not including the dentures.
Will I experience too much pain?

Since anesthesia is used for surgery, there will be no pain. Postoperatively your dentist will prescribe you medications to
reduce swelling and pain.

6.Dental implant versus a bridge

A dental bridge has limitations such as they cannot be placed where there is no tooth present posterior to the edentulous space, and also they cannot cover large areas since tooth support is much required in long-span bridges otherwise they may fail over time. Implants, on the other hand, are free of such constraints as they can be placed anywhere and as many to close the gap.

7.Dental implant versus denture

It is a perpetual problem that many denture users face, and that is their dentures get displaced while eating and talking. When these dentures get fixed to the jaw bone with the help of implants, these problems disappear. Your denture will feel like your natural teeth.

8.Will my artificial teeth look like my natural teeth?

This will depend upon the material you choose for the fabrication of the crown or bridge. The better the material, the natural will it be.

9.What are the risks associated?

Medically compromised individuals should get all their tests done in advance to prevent intra-operative complications. Also, you will have to follow the oral hygiene instructions of your dentist very precisely; otherwise, it may lead to infections and subsequent failure of the implant.

10.Will my insurance cover the cost?

You will need to talk to your insurance agency. Although, many of them may partially cover the cost. We can help you with sending the predeterminations on your behalf to the insurance company.

11.How should I maintain my implants?

Regular brushing and flossing are the pre-requisites for a healthy implant. Don’t forget your appointments to your dentist once every six months for cleaning and routine check-up.

12.How long will the implant last?

These are long term investments, and with proper care implants may last a lifetime.

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