Dr Raymond Khong & Dr Michelle Mun

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Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a permanent base for fixed, replacement teeth. Compared to dentures, bridges and crowns, dental implants are a popular and effective long-term solution for people who suffer from missing teeth, failing teeth or chronic dental problems. Because they fit, feel and function like natural teeth, dental implants are quickly becoming a new standard in tooth replacement.

What makes dental implants feel completely comfortable and secure? We use a titanium implant fixture that, over time, actually fuses to the living bone cells of the jaw. This union forms a strong and durable anchor for your new teeth, meaning there’s no slippage or other movement. There are also no problems eating with dental implants, no need to repair them regularly and no more worrying about smiling freely and openly.

Dental implants typically have three parts:

1) the implant: a screw that serves as a root for your new teeth. This is what permanently attaches to your jaw.

2) the abutment: a permanent, but removable by us, connector that supports and holds a tooth or set of teeth.

3) the crown (or prosthetic tooth): this is the part of the tooth that you can see. It’s usually made of zirconium or porcelain for durability and good looks.

You can use dental implants to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or a full upper and/or lower set of teeth. If you need to restore a full arch, you may be a perfect candidate for the full mouth treatment. 

Dental implants have emerged as the preferred choice for tooth replacement, if suitable