Our Services


Initial Consultation

The journey begins with an initial consultation with a dentist or oral surgeon specializing in dental implants. During this visit, your oral health will be assessed, and any concerns or questions you have will be addressed. X-rays or CT scans may be taken to evaluate the bone density and structure of your jaw.

Treatment Planning

Based on the evaluation, a personalized treatment plan will be created. This plan will consider factors like the number of missing teeth, the condition of your jawbone, your overall health, and your aesthetic preferences. If additional procedures such as bone grafting or sinus lift are necessary to augment the jawbone, they will be included in the treatment plan.

Implant Placement Surgery

The next step is the surgical placement of the dental implants into the jawbone. This is typically done under local anesthesia, although sedation options may be available for patients with dental anxiety. During the procedure, small incisions are made in the gums, and the implants are carefully inserted into the jawbone at precise locations and angles. The gums are then stitched closed, and temporary protective covers may be placed over the implants to aid healing.


Following implant placement, a process called osseointegration occurs. This is where the bone fuses with the surface of the implants, providing a strong and stable foundation for the artificial teeth. This process usually takes several months, during which you may wear temporary restorations to maintain aesthetics and function.

Abutment Placement

Once osseointegration is complete, a minor surgical procedure may be performed to attach abutments to the implants. Abutments are small connectors that protrude through the gums and serve as attachment points for the final restorations. Impressions of your teeth are taken to create custom-made crowns, bridges, or dentures that will be secured to the abutments.

Final Restoration

The final step involves the placement of the permanent restorations onto the abutments. These restorations are meticulously designed to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth in terms of color, shape, and size. Once attached, they restore function, aesthetics, and confidence in your smile.

Follow-Up Care

After the completion of implant placement and restoration, regular follow-up appointments with your dentist are essential to monitor the health of your implants and ensure their long-term success. Good oral hygiene practices, including daily brushing and flossing, along with routine dental visits, will help maintain the health and longevity of your dental implants.

Our Specialists

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