Directly placed implant in the front

Replacing a tooth can be accomplished with a dental implant. A dental implant restores the mouth to optimal function; stabilizing the surrounding bone, tissue and teeth by replacing the root structure of the missing tooth. This helps to prevent further serious complications that can occur if the missing tooth is left untreated

First, the surrounding area is prepared for the placement of the dental implant. Next, the implant is placed into the bone. Finally, the restoration is placed into the implant and secured in place. With the completion of your implant placement, your tooth is restored to optimal form and function while the surrounding bone and tissue are stabilized, protected and preserved.

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