Dental Implant Placement
Implant dentistry is divided into two stages.
Stage 1: An incision is made in the gum tissues, and implants are put in dimensionally constrained sites (depth and width) in the jawbone, using precise surgical techniques.
The gum tissue is opened first, and the jaw bone is tapped. Following that, the implant is secured. The gum tissues are closed, and the healing process begins. Healing will take 3-6 months to establish a solid foundation.
Stage 2: An abutment is attached to the implant's top, and a new tooth crown is affixed to the abutment.
Implants can be used to replace a single tooth, a set of teeth, or a set of dentures.