At Park Place Dental Centre, our Brampton cosmetic dentists believe that it is important to replace a missing tooth soon after it is lost. This maintains a full complement of teeth that supports effective dental function (chewing, speaking, airway support) and beautiful esthetics (smiling and laughing).
If you are missing one or more teeth, consider dental implants as your first choice of restoration. A dental implant consists of 2 main parts that are delivered in 2 main stages.*
*additional visits may be required
Dental implants can be used to replace everything from a single tooth to several teeth to full mouth rehabilitation. Our Brampton dentist at Park Place Dental Centre have many options for you to consider to address your individual circumstances and preferences.
Implant-supported restorations are strong, durable and look and feel more like natural teeth than any other dental restoration available today.
Contact our Brampton dental office today and find out how restoring your teeth can restore your life!
Brampton dentist, Dr. Emil Svoboda has been placing and restoring dental implants for over 20 years - providing implant treatment from 'Start to Finish'. His knowledge and skills have been recognized by dental associations, and many patients have benefited from dental implants replacing their missing teeth. Every treatment is customized to best suit the patient. Treatment is designed to give you the best treatment you can afford.
Fellowship status with the Academy of General Dentistry
Fellowship with the American Academy of Implant Dentistry
and is a Diplomate with the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry
Early treatment with dental implants after tooth loss, preserves supporting dental tissues and prevents teeth from drifting into the area of tooth loss. Since the crowns placed on dental implants are not attached to adjacent teeth, these teeth are preserved in their natural state. This often improves their life expectancy. The cost of a single tooth replacement can be close to the cost of a bridge to replace the same tooth.
When back teeth are lost, dental implants can be used to support their chewing load. This improves the survival of remaining natural teeth, as they will not be burdened with additional chewing loads. When remaining teeth are weakened by dental disease, or valiant efforts by the dentist to save them, they are more likely to fail when the load on them increases. Dental implants help restore an even load distribution while chewing. This extends the life of your natural teeth.
It is important to clean your implants like your own teeth. They should also be inspected and professionally cleaned on a regular basis. It is important to adjust the bite from time to time, to avoid excessive loads on individual dental implants. Good home care and professional care helps all teeth and dental implants last longer and stay healthier.