Dental Implants


Dental Implants

Dental Implants help replace missing tooth with artificial tooth but with the strengths and durability similar to natural tooth.

Dental Implant is a cosmetic procedure to replace your missing tooth. The surgery involve installing a fixture of base/screws into the skulls of jaws to support a dental prosthesis such as crowns, bridges or denture.  A variable amount of healing time is required for osseointegration before either the dental prosthetic (a tooth, bridge or denture) is attached to the implant or an abutment is placed which will hold a dental prosthetic.

Dental Implant

Strong & Durable

Enhance Chewing Ability

Enhance Speech Ability

Quality Assurance

Start of Dental Procedures

Oral Consultation & Treatments Planning

During initial consultation, dentist will access to several dental examinations to formulate a treatment plans tailored to patients' need.

Implant placement

Implant placement is a relatively simple minor surgical procedure that can be performed under sterile conditions in a dental surgery. The treatment is performed under local anaesthesia with sedation if required. If, during assessment, the underlying bone is deemed deficient, a number of options are available for bone regeneration. Bone regeneration is carried out prior to or at the same time as implant placement depending on requirements.

Bone Integration

Implants can take from six weeks to six months to fuse with the patient’s bone. During this integration period, temporary dentures or bridgework can be worn as appropriate. In some cases, temporary teeth can be fixed to the implants while they integrate in a process known as ‘immediate loading'.

Restorative Phase

Once integrated, the implants can be brought into function with a variety of new teeth options (definitive restorations) ranging from a single crown, small or large bridge or a removable overdenture. A dental technician who works closely with the dental surgeon constructs these definitive restorations.

Prosthesis Fitting

Dentist will now take an impression coping for your implant tooth and send to lab for prosthesis fabrication. Once it's ready, dentist will then fix on the prosthesis to your implant with specialized dental cement.
End of Dental Procedures

Hygiene Maintenance

Following completion of implant treatment, the patient must regularly and thoroughly clean the new teeth (restorations) as instructed by their dentist. A dental hygienist may also advise on care and maintenance of the restorations and natural teeth. Regular visits to your dentist are essential so that the health of the soft tissue, bone levels and the integrity of the restoration can be reviewed.