Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. Implants are surgically attached to your jawbone beneath the gums. Once in place, Bridges and dentures fitted to the implants can’t move, which is important when it comes to eating & speaking, and looking & feeling natural.
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Different Types of Dental Implants
The Look & Feel of Natural Teeth
This revolutionary implant system offers the same quality and functionality that you would expect from natural teeth, using four specially designed implants that anchor your replacement teeth. You can use your teeth immediately after surgery without lengthy painful recovery times.
If you no longer have teeth in your jaw but still have enough bone left to support implants, then implanted supported dentures are a great solution. This system has a special attachment that keeps things firmly in place, while still allowing you to remove them for cleaning or for sleeping.
Georgian Dental® provides a complete implant restoration solution. Implant restoration refers to the process of setting the artificial root that attaches to a jaw, as well as creating and installing the crown, bridge or dentures, procedures we handle entirely in-house.
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If you have missing or broken teeth, you may understand the embarrassment caused by smiling, or the pain involved in chewing or biting.
Dental implants offer many benefits, including:
Best Option for Replacing Teeth
Dental implants are widely considered to be the healthiest, most natural way to replace teeth. Dental implants stimulate the jawbone and perform other vital functions in the mouth.
Prevents Additional Tooth Loss
Your teeth need one another for support. One missing tooth can result in more strain on the surrounding teeth and cause additional problems, including misalignment and tooth loss.
One missing tooth may not have a huge effect on your chewing abilities but if a domino effect occurs and leads to multiple missing teeth, you may not be able to enjoy certain foods.
Every tooth is surrounded by a special type of bone that exists solely to hold your teeth in place. When a tooth is lost, that bone ceases to have a function and will become resorbed by the body.
When you lose a tooth, the remaining teeth can drift. These effects coupled with the wearing of the back teeth can cause the chin to move upward and the nose & lips move downward.
Dental Implants are made from biocompatible materials such as zirconium or titanium. These materials never decay, unlike natural teeth, meaning you never have to worry about cavities.
The Best Implants in Barrie
Why Choose Us For Dental Implants
With over 30 years serving the Barrie and surrounding areas, Georgian Dental® has helped restore the smiles of thousands of patients with dental implants that feel, function and look like natural teeth.
In addition, our Barrie clinic offers:
Highly experienced dental surgeons with Dr. Adam Tan leading the team
Onsite denturist to design, construct, repair and alter dentures
High quality titanium implant components that last a lifetime
Certified sedation dentistry, providing patients with “painless dentistry”
Call us to find out why thousands of patients choose us for dental implants
If you’re considering dental implants, Georgian Dental® provides the best possible treatment solutions. Learn more in your free no-obligation consult – let’s see how we can get your smile in style.
Patient 1: All on Four Implants
Before All on Four
After All on Four
This case required a full ceramic maxillary fixed prosthesis for the most amazing natural smile. You know the ‘Tell’ for a sincere smile is not in the teeth but in the eyes. Specifically, what we call the “Duchenne Smile” is characterized by the wrinkling or occurrence of ‘crows feet’ at the corner of the eyes. Watch the difference in the eyes in the after photos: WOW!
Patient 2: All on Four Implants
Before All on Four
After All on Four
The VERY challenging part of this treatment was capturing the bite while floating the immediate prosthetics in her mouth as the acrylic hardens in a matter of moments. The gap between the front and lower teeth was connected and stabilized in her treatment. The overjet and anterior open bite was corrected in the final prosthesis.