Multiple Tooth Implants
The best treatment for multiple adjacent teeth that are missing cracked, or decayed, multiple-tooth implants offer a secure and long-term result. Multiple tooth implants or Implant-supported bridges replace the natural teeth, along with the roots, with a bridge that consists of multiple crowns attached over a single metal beam. The prosthetics are fused to your bone and contain the look and function of your natural teeth.
What is the purpose of multiple-tooth implants?
Multiple-tooth implants address the condition of multiple missing teeth, that is not only aesthetically displeasing, but also cause tooth shifting, bone deterioration, gum infections, and the collapse of the face in the long run. This is also a great addition to multiple tooth extractions, where multiple adjacents chipped, cracked or decayed teeth must be extracted. The Multiple dental implant procedure is a permanent option that lasts forever when well maintained.
What is the process of multiple-tooth implants?
The multiple-tooth implant procedure consists of steps that are conducted over a long period of time, by ensuring that each step is completed to perfection, before proceeding to the next.
Implants made of titanium are surgically placed in the jaw. Resembling a screw or cylinder, these form the base of the prosthetic teeth to be attached. Over the next 6 months, the implants are left to fuse with the bone, so they are strong and well supported naturally.
Abutments made of titanium, porcelain or gold are fitted onto the implants. These form the base on which the final prosthetic is attached. These abutments are shaped like your natural teeth that have been cut to prepare for a crown.
Once the gums and bone have healed and supported the implant and abutment, the customized crowns are attached to the abutments. These resemble the look and feel of your natural teeth.
What are the benefits of multiple-tooth implants?
Multiple-tooth implants carry numerous benefits as compared to their counterparts.
- Preserves the healthy adjacent teeth from being degraded
- Offers a permanent solution to missing, lost, or decayed teeth
- Stabilizes the bone tissue and fights a thinning jaw
- Does not pose dietary restrictions of any kind, once completely healed
- Look and feel like natural teeth
- Comfortable to wear, as compared to dentures
What are the risks of multiple-tooth implants?
All dental implants carry certain risks with them, which are universal to each type.
- An infection or uncorrected bite issue can cause bone loss and the implant to fail
- There is a slight possibility of damaging a nerve while drilling into the jaw
- Sinuses may get affected during drilling
What is the cost of multiple-tooth implants?
The Multiple-tooth implant cost depends largely on the number of teeth to be replaced, as well as the severity of the case. In the case of chipped or decayed teeth, an extraction is required before the main procedure. Get in touch with our healthcare team for a consultation and treatment plan, based on which an approximate cost of multiple-tooth implantscan be calculated.
Why choose Surana Dental Care?
At Surana Dental Care, we offer treatments conducted with finesse and accuracy, giving each patient the highest chance of success. We ensure that each patient’s condition is thoroughly evaluated before recommending the best procedure, to ensure that the treatment efficiency meets their goals and expected outcome. With top-notch material and cutting-edge technology, our highly-skilled specialists use technical expertise to efficient conduct each treatment, achieving precision and accuracy at every step.