If you have missing teeth and are looking for a reliable solution, Day Dental is pleased to offer Innisfail Dental Implants to restore your oral health and wellness!
Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth by using an artificial root made of titanium metal or ceramic. If you have missing teeth, Dental Implants treatment might be the best solution for your unique needs.
Dental implants are made from surgical-grade materials and act to replace the missing root of your tooth. They are surgically placed into the jawbone, and after a short period of healing, your dental implant is fitted with a ceramic dental crown or bridge to complete the restoration.
We also recommend Dental Implants for patients with dentures to maximize the fit and comfort of the denture when problems such as inadequate bone levels are or irregular bone shape interfere with the function of the denture. Patients that experience pain and irritation to their gum tissues, and resort to using denture adhesives are great candidates for implant-supported dentures.
The success rate for dental implant treatment is very high. We consider Dental Implants as a permanent restoration. Unlike wearing a denture or partial denture that must be removed every night or worrying about eating certain foods that may cause the denture to click or slip, dental implants are the closest restoration to your natural tooth structure!
Both Dr. Isaac and Dr. Jacob have years of experience in placing and restoring dental implants. Our first step is to discuss the wide variety of options available for tooth replacement, and gather appropriate information for our treatment planning. As our office is equipped with a 3D x-ray machine (Cone Beam Computerized Tomography), we are able to more accurately determine the quality of the site before any implant surgery. Combined with a high-resolution digital scan, which is overlaid with the 3D x-ray, we are able to plan, with great detail, where the implant will fit for optimal function
Ideal candidates for dental implant treatment have good overall health and practice routine oral hygiene practices. Adequate bone levels in your jaw are also required to support the dental implant, and healthy gum tissues that are free of gum disease is very important, for your dental implant treatment to be successful.