If you have missing teeth that make it difficult for you to eat or speak properly, you can get the help that you are looking for from Eagle Family Dentistry in Newmarket. We provide comprehensive dental implant solutions on the same day you visit us. Dental implants are also the right choice for a dental restoration that looks and feels as though it’s really part of your mouth. This type of implant is an artificial tooth root that does not require grinding down adjacent healthy teeth. Your jawbone then fuses with the implant to provide a safe platform for a dental crown or bridge. Preservation of youth as bone loss is prevented is also an advantage of this implant. Given below are some of the most common dental implant procedures:
Single dental implant treatment
Multiple dental implant treatment
All-on-4 implant dentures
Taking Anxiety Out of Dentistry
Did you know sedation dentistry reduces anxiety, which helps to face your dental appointments without fear? At our clinic, we provide laughing gas, which makes you sedated and allows us to complete your dental treatment in a relaxed environment.
What Is a Crown?
A dental crown, also known as a cap, is a covering that looks like a tooth placed over a carefully prepared existing site. A crown is used to strengthen, restore or improve the appearance of your natural tooth, and is placed on an individual tooth. It also helps to accommodate the attachment of a fixed bridge.
What Is A Bridge?
A bridge can replace one or more missing teeth. These crowns and bridges are most often made from superior quality materials such as semi-precious or precious metals, porcelain or a combination of metal fused to porcelain. Some of the benefits of using the bridge are:
What Are Dentures?
Dentures help you to replace your missing teeth, which improve your appearance, ability to speak, eat and smile with confidence. A complete, removable denture is often recommended if you have lost all of your natural teeth. It is very important to have regular checkups during the lifetime of your denture to ensure it continues to fit properly and adjustments are made as soon as they are needed. Periodic adjustments will maintain and protect the health of the underlying bone and tissue. Plaque not only forms on your natural teeth, but also on your dentures. Therefore it is recommended that after each meal, you should remove your dentures using a soft toothbrush, brush your gums, your tongue and all sides of the denture.