Seletar Dental Implants: An Overview

If you are missing teeth or have some that are badly damaged, our Seletar dental implants could be the right option for you. These are titanium posts that are surgically implanted into the jawbone, just below the gum line.

When these are in place, our dentists can mount implants or a bridge as the situation dictates. One of the bigger advantages here is the fact that a dental implant doesn’t come loose and they don’t have to be anchored like bridges.

If you’re considering this treatment, you’ve got to have enough bone and healthy gums. People with bones that have eroded away or a jawline that is too soft could require additional surgery called a bone graft.

One of the most important benefits to these dental implants is the fact that they’vebeen used for many years. Different types of patients have chosen them to replace one tooth or several teeth. There are even situations where they are used to fill out a face on people who have lost their natural teeth.

Our Seletar dental implants work best when you follow an oral care routine.

  • If you smoke you should quit immediately. Smoking is the number one cause of weakened bone structure and a major factor in dental implant failures.
  • You’ll need to practice a good oral hygiene routine that reflects the one you had when you were brushing your original teeth. That includes flossing once a day using the kinds of brushes that slide easily between the teeth to clean areas around your implant.
  • It’s a good idea if you stay away from certain kinds of hard foods. Chewing on hard candy and ice can actually damage your dental implant in much the same way as they could your original teeth.

Dental implants generally follow three distinct processes. First off, the dentist will place the implant in the jaw so the top sticks slightly above the bone.  In the second step, the dentist attaches what’s called an extension to the post.

This is one of the stages that takes a little time since the gum is allowed to heal around this post during this part of the process.

The final step is where the dentist creates a crown. This has the color, shape and size of your original tooth and it will blend in with your other teeth. Get in touch with us today so we can answer all of your questions aboutSeletar dental implants.

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