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Affordable Implant Solutions


What are Dental Implants?


Crafted from titanium, dental implants are surgically placed into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth’s root which is required to anchor an artificial tooth. After the implant has merged with the patient’s natural jawbone, an artificial tooth can be permanently attached to it.

Affordable Implant Solutions


If you’re looking for cost-efficient dental implants, you can count on us to deliver professional solutions that will effectively meet your needs. We provide a selection of implant solutions, and our dentists and staff will guide you through the entire procedure. You will need to go through an assessment to decide whether you’re suitable for implants, and what option is right for you. 

Types of Dental Implants we Offer 

Snap-in Denture Implants


These can be considered as a form of replacement teeth, as they are more stable and adaptable. Another advantage is you don’t have to worry about them slipping out of place (like regular dentures). Dental implants or screws are placed within your jawbone to hold snap-in dentures in place. Usually, two to four implants are placed in each jaw, however, based on your budget and your requirements, you can have as many as ten inserted. Based on how the overdenture and implants have been created, the former may be fixed in place permanently, or be removable for the purpose of cleaning. 


These are an affordable option, and a suitable pick for many denture patients.

Screw-in Denture Implants


These are non-removable implants, which are fixed in place for providing extra support, and function just like regular teeth. These include fixed screw-retained denture systems as well as higher-end screw-retained zirconia tooth replacements. 


Evidence from studies and clinical experience shows that dental implants are a safe and effective way of replacing lost teeth with natural-looking results.

Single and Multiple Tooth Implants


These implant techniques help in restoring your smile and are a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. The difference between the two is that for restoring a single tooth, dental implants are placed in the gap of the tooth, whereas for restoring multiple teeth, implants support the fixture of a bridge or denture. In addition, they also fuse with your jawbone. They offer both the appearance and function of natural teeth.

Benefits of Choosing Dental Implants:


  • Neighbouring teeth remain unharmed 

  • Dental implants function as the base for dentures

  • Lifelong functionality 

  • People of all ages can opt for dental implant surgery  

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