Blossom Smile provides professional dental implant services from the comfort of their state of art facility where any of your requirement can be taken care of as and when needed as a part of the your dental treatment plan.
Our specialists have the ability to handle even the most complex of the implant cases and we take pride in saying that many customers refer us to others when it comes to providing outstanding dental care services.
What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is an ideal way to fill the missing tooth space with tiny-screw like posts surgically anchored to your jawbone. Mostly, implants are made of titanium and/or ceramic, bone-like materials which become fused to your bone with time. An advantage of using implants is that they are permanently stable and do not require the support of the neighbouring teeth.
What is the cost of implants?
Since implants involve surgical procedures, they cost considerably more than traditional crowning and other bridge work. Some dental restoration procedures and treatments may be covered by your dental and medical insurance policies. Ask your dentist for the complete information regarding your eligibility for insurance coverage.
One of the biggest reasons why implants fail is due to lack of proper oral hygiene. Caring for implants is no different than caring for your normal teeth. Brushing and flossing is a must to ensure a long life for implants although additional deep cleaning may be required for up to 4 times per year by a professional, depending on your dentist’s instruction.
Most dental implants are designed in a way that they last for a lifetime. As they look and feel like natural teeth, they require the same amount of care.
The dental implant procedure requires a minor surgery to anchor the artificial tooth to the jaw bone. The procedure is initiated by administering local anaesthesia to numb the selected part of the mouth. Painkillers are generally recommended by the dentists at this stage. The gum secures the implant which is kept covered until it is fused with bone. The process can take up to several weeks as each patients heals differently.