Dental implants are artificial root systems that replace a tooth. This implant can hold a bridge or replacement tooth. Dental implants are something to consider if you suffer from periodontal disease, have suffered tooth loss, or have had a tooth removed.

Types of Dental Implants

The most common type of dental implant is endosteal which goes into the bone. The types of implants may use cylinders, blades, or screws that go into the jawbone. These include cylinders, screws, blades and blades that go into your jawbone. One or more prosthetic teeth will be drilled into each implant. This type of implant is used to replace dentures or bridges.

Subperiosteally versions are attached to the bone. These have metal framework posts that protrude from your gum, and they hold on to the prosthetic tooth. 

Are you the right candidate for dental implants?

The Dental implants are possible if you have good dental health and general health. Your mouth must have enough bone. Periodontal disease must be eliminated and healthy gum tissue must be maintained.

These dental implants connect to your underlying bone and gum tissues. A periodontist is the expert in the field of dental implants. These specialists have the necessary experience and work together with other dentists.