Dental Implants in Toronto

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Replace Your Missing or Damaged Teeth

Dental implants are a convenient, effective method to help replace missing or damaged teeth. Your dental professional can provide this strong, natural-looking replacement to help preserve your oral health.

Dental implants are designed to look and feel like natural teeth, and with proper care and maintenance, they are built to last.

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What Is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is an artificial replacement for the root of a natural tooth. The implant is used in tandem with a natural-looking crown to help replace one or more teeth to restore function, health, and appearance.

Dental implants differ from traditional bridges and dentures and do not need to be attached to another tooth for full functionality.

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The Dental Implant Process

The first step in the dental implant process is visiting your dental professional for a teeth, gum, and jawbone evaluation. This initial visit is important to determine whether your jawbone is healthy enough to maintain and support the implant.

If your dentist agrees that you're a good candidate for a dental implant, you can expect more than one appointment over several months.

Placing the Implant

Your dentist will take digital X-rays and impressions of your teeth and mouth to determine the exact shape, size, and angle of the implant needed to ensure your implant fits with precision.

The procedure begins with removing any damaged tissue or bone to make room for the implant to be placed into your jawbone. Following placement, your dental professional will discuss the next steps with you.

Following implant placement, your natural jawbone typically takes a few months to grow around the dental implant in a process called osseointegration. During this process, natural jaw bone will strengthen to keep the dental implant in place. A natural-looking crown will also be placed to cap your implant.

The entire process can span several months to ensure your gums and jawbone have enough time to heal. You may require a minor outpatient procedure to have a post placed if needed, which is what the crown will attach to.

In the days following your dental implant procedure, you may experience some of the usual side effects associated with dental surgery, such as swelling, discomfort, bruising, or minor bleeding. Avoiding hard foods and chewing ice can also help preserve your crown and implant health.

Visiting your dentist regularly and practicing good oral hygiene can help ensure your dental implant stays healthy.

A Long-Term Dental Solution

Dental implants are an excellent solution to replace missing or damaged teeth due to injury, infection, or other issues. The first step is speaking with your dental professional about your options.

Contact us to schedule an appointment and find out if dental implants are right for you.

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Visit our practice located on Danforth Avenue, directly across from Playter Boulevard. Our location is close to major roads and conveniently accessible by public transit.

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  • 249 Danforth Avenue
  • Toronto, ON M4K 1N2

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