Dental implants are titanium screw-like structures used to replace missing teeth. They are placed into the jaw bones and act as a foundation supporting single crowns, bridges, or dentures.
Disadvantages associated with traditional complete and partial dentures include:
Disadvantages associated with a conventional fixed bridge replacing a few missing teeth include:
Dental implants circumvent the disadvantages of conventional prostheses by offering comfort and stability without touching the adjacent teeth in a treatment modality which mimics as closely as possible the natural dentition.