Get Your Missing Tooth with a Single-Tooth Implant

Improve Your Smile with a Single-Tooth Implant

Some people lose their single tooth due to many reasons such as; gum disease, accidental injuries, and health issues. In the past a few years back, it was not possible to get a lost tooth again. But, nowadays medical science has made it possible. People can get their lost teeth back with a single-tooth implant. It helps to improve their lost confidence and smile. If you are one of them, you can consult dentist Barrie Molson Park Dental. They have returned back thousands of people’s smiles back with Single-Tooth Implant procedure.

Benefits Of Having A Single-Tooth Implant

A lost tooth always leaves an empty space in a mouth and it sometimes causes inconvenience in eating.  However, a single tooth implant helps people to red rid of such issue. Beside it, it provides numerous benefits to people who already get done their tooth replaced with this procedure. Some of them are described below:

  • The implant tooth looks and functions naturally like the natural tooth.
  • Tooth implant does not lead to sacrificing the health of neighboring teeth.
  • Moreover, it does not affect the jaw bones; rather it helps to preserve them and the bones stay healthy and intact.
  • A dental implant is more long lasting than a bridge, as it is easy to keep clean and more esthetic. It reduces the chances of building up Bactria and decay around the tooth like it usually happens in a tooth that is covered with the cemented bridge.

How It Works

A tooth is implanted in order to take the space of lost teeth and its root. An implant tooth consists of three parts as follows:

  1. The implant: it is made of titanium and usually placed in the lower or upper jawbone.
  2. The abutment: it is made of titanium, gold or porcelain. Patients can choose the material and doctors also can suggest them. With a screw, the abutment is attached to the implant. This is the part which joins the implant to the crown. It looks like an ordinary tooth and it further cut down in a shape that a crown can be fitted on it.
  3. The restoration (a crown): It can be made of metal alloy (PFM) or porcelain fused. It gives a final look to the implant tooth. For this, a crown is either screwed or cemented onto the abutment. Then the screw is covered with restorative material like tooth-colored filling material (composite).