How does an Implant-Supported Bridge work? (Anterior-CAD/CAM)

PLAY VIDEO An implant supported bridge can be used to replace multiple missing teeth and restore the aesthetics and function of your mouth. It is a single restoration that uses dental implants neighbouring the space for support.  It typically requires multiple appointments to complete this process. Using dental implants to support your bridge provides a stable, …

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Single Implant – with Anterior Healing Cap

PLAY VIDEO Replacing a tooth can be accomplished with a dental implant. A dental implant restores your mouth to optimal function, stabilising the surrounding bone, tissue and teeth by substituting the root structure of the missing tooth. This helps to prevent further serious complications that can arise if the missing tooth is left untreated. It …

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Post-Operative Instructions for a Single Implant with Healing Cap

A special healing cap is placed over the top of the implant and assists in healing the surrounding gum tissue. The healing cap is temporary and is meant to be removed by your doctor when your mouth is fully healed and ready for your permanent restoration.

To protect the healing cap during the healing process, you should take extra care when eating, brushing and flossing. Consult with your doctor to determine which type of toothbrush is the best for you to use. Additional brushes may be recommended that help clean the hard to reach areas around the implant.

Caring for your Implant supported Bridge

PLAY VIDEO Taking proper care of your implant supported bridge is important in maintaining good oral health and ensuring the longevity of your restoration and the implants supporting it. Just like your natural teeth, your bridge requires proper daily cleaning to maintain optimal health. Caring for your bridge can be challenging because of the need …

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Post – Operative Instructions for a Single Implant with Temporary Crown

PLAY VIDEO After your dental implant and temporary crown are placed, it is important to follow these care instructions to promote proper healing and protect your restoration.  Immediately after your procedure, it’s important to listen and adhere to your doctor’s recovery instructions for the type of anesthetic used. For minor bleeding, rinse carefully with cool …

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