Real Tooth versus Implant

Crown on Implant The aesthetic solution Replacing a missing tooth If you are missing a tooth, including the root, the dental crown is attached to a dental implant. The implant serves as a foundation for a dental crown. This method does not affect your other healthy adjacent teeth. Minimally invasive An implant is a true tooth replacement. No healthy teeth are compromised. The best materials are custom-selected to fit each patient’s unique anatomy, tooth color and size. Edentulous fixed solutions Available in various options; each restoration is custom made and securely attached to an implant system. Dentures are carefully shaped and colored for the most natural look. Natural tooth Single tooth restorations Inspiring excellence in oral reconstruction. Multiple teeth restorations Crown on implant Soft tissue (gum) Jawbone Whole jaw restorations An abutment is a metal connector that your dental professional will place into your dental implant. The abutment screws into the implant and securely holds your crown in place. Abutment Tooth root A ceramic crown restores any tooth that is destroyed or damaged. It is made out of biocompatible materials and is tissue-friendly. Crowns are individually made to match the shade and contour of your natural teeth so practically no one can tell the difference. Ceramic crown Dental implants are made out of titanium. Titanium is non-magnetic and biocompatible (non-toxic, non-allergenic), and is therefore used within the medical field. An implant is a true tooth replacement and preserves both gum and bone. As it fully integrates with the bone, it provides the stability of a tooth’s root. Dental implants Natural crown