What Should You Know About Dental Implants?

What are dental implants?

Dental implants simply refer to replacement tooth roots. Typically, a dentist surgically positions metal posts into the jawbone below your gums. This allows dentists to mount replacement teeth onto the abutment which is placed on top of the implant.

Once dental implants (artificial tooth roots) are fused in your jawbone, they become sturdy enough to support artificial teeth. Studies show that millions of Canadians suffer tooth loss primarily due to injury, tooth decay or periodontal disease. For so long, dentists used to prefer dentures and bridges as a form of treatment for people with missing teeth. 

That was before dental implants were developed. The problem with dentures is that they made it difficult for people to chew many types of food.

This, of course, has changed after the introduction of dental implants. Today, implants are by far the closest people with missing teeth can get to having natural, healthy teeth. You can therefore eat, smile, talk and laugh without worrying about your teeth.

How we can help with your dental implant?

Are you looking for an alternative to teeth replacement options such as dentures and bridges? Then go for dental implants at Sun Lake Dental Care in Newmarket.

Unlike dentures and bridges which can harm your teeth, implants actually provide stability without damaging remaining teeth. In addition, because implants are fused into your jawbone, they will last a lifetime and not 5 to 10 years like bridges.

Our clinic boasts of highly qualified and experienced doctors that can expertly perform dental implants to patients in need of the service. It goes without saying that having a dentist you trust and are comfortable with can make the process of achieving your desired smile easier. Dr Mike Ghiami is our dentist at Sun Lake Dental Care in Newmarket.

He has over 10 years experience providing top notch quality dental care services. Dr Ghiami is skilled in implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and general dentistry.
As a licensed Canadian dentist, you can feel confident that Dr Ghiami offers personalized high-quality dental care, which will help you achieve the smile you always wanted.

Dental implants in Newmarket

What types of dental implants are?

There are two main types of dental implants which include the following:

Endosteal implants> Subperiosteal implants

Endosteal implants

Endosteal implants are a type of material that is surgically infused into the jawbone. After the gum tissue surrounding the implant has healed, a second surgery will be performed to connect a post to the initial implant. Afterwards, an artificial tooth or teeth will be placed onto the post.

Subperiosteal implants

Subperiosteal implants refer to dental implants that are made of metal framework. The metal framework is normally fixed into the jawbone. The dentist will then attach posts to the metal framework before placing artificial teeth onto the posts.

Your dentist will help determine which type of dental implants best suits you. At Sun Lake Dental Care in Newmarket, we use the latest technology to offer high-quality implants to patients in Ontario and beyond.

Since the clinic was started in 2015, their focus has been to create an amazing experience to patients looking for the right dental solution. We are open 7 days a week and offer emergency services to patients in urgent need of dental care.

Dental Care for The Whole Family

Providing cosmetic dentistry in Newmarket Ontario, our genuine passion for dentistry and artistry shines through in the smiles of every patient that walks through our doors.

SunLake Dental Care Newmarket

16945 Leslie St, Unit 15.
Newmarket, ON L3Y 9A2

 Call : (289) 803-0335

 

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  • Saturday 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
  • Sunday 10:00 am - 16:00 pm

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16945 Leslie St, Unit 15.
Newmarket, ON L3Y 9A2

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