Dental Implants in Dubai
Functional & Aesthetic restoration of your teeth
Dental implants are artificial teeth used to replace missing or damaged teeth. They consist of a small screw-like device made of biocompatible materials and a dental crown. The device is surgically placed into the jawbone and the crown is attached to provide a natural-looking replacement tooth. They are a popular, effective, and long-lasting solution for restoring oral health.
Implants that look like natural teeth
Benefits of dental implants
Dental restoration for a Lifetime
Why do we need dental implants?
Which is the best fit for you?
Types of dental implants
Why choose us
For Dental Implants
When you lose a permanent tooth, you lose the confidence to smile. Also, with the gap caused by the missing tooth, you will be subjected to an array of dental problems like shifting of the teeth, teeth infections, gum diseases, and much more.
Since most of these problems impose a serious risk to the quality of your teeth and gums, our team of specialist orthodontists at Dr Michael’s Dental clinic, highly recommend the use of dental implants, to restore your teeth’s functions.
Dental Implants : Before & After
Our Specialist Implantologists
Dental Implants vs Dentures
Procedure for getting Dental Implants
Consultation & Extraction
Initially, the general dentist examines your oral health. If teeth/tooth extraction is necessary, the dentist will extract them and refer the patient to an orthodontist for further treatment.
Appointment with the orthodontist
Next, the orthodontist will assess patient’s teeth and gums using intra-oral scanners and X-ray imaging. Then, they will devise a suitable dental implant treatment plan to fill the gap in your teeth
The dentist will now begin prepping for the surgery. Firstly, the jaw is prepped using bone grafts, giving space for the implant to anchor itself into the jaw.
Surgical Insertion (Stud and Crowns)
Once the surgical area has been anaesthetised, the implant is then inserted into the tooth socket through an opening made within the jawbone.
Placement of Dental Crowns
Following, a dental crown along with an abutment and an artificial tooth is placed on top of the dental implant.
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Most frequently asked questions
The cost of dental implants will vary from one patient to another, it will depend on each patient’s case and how many dental implants will be placed.
No, the earliest a patient can get dental implants is age 18 but it also depends on if the patient has a completely developed jaw. Since, even at 18 years old, a patient may still be maturing, meaning the jaw may continue to develop and change.
When you get dental implants, the surgery is typically done using a local anesthetic, so you won’t feel any pain during the procedure. This type of surgery is often called “keyhole surgery.” After the surgery, when the numbness wears off, you may feel some mild pain or discomfort, but this can be managed easily with painkillers for a short time.
I've had dentures for several years and have lost a lot of jawbones. My lower dentures are floaters and I need help. Can dental implants help me?
Yes, it’s very likely that your dental issues can be solved, and it’s best to talk to a dentist as soon as possible. Before the surgery, a detailed 3D scan of your jaw bones can be done to simulate the implant surgery. This will help us figure out the best way to solve the problem before the actual surgery. It’s important to find the right solution for your specific case.
- It last longer than dental bridges
- It maintain a natural-looking appearance longer than dental bridges
- It prevent bone loss while dental bridges can cause bone deterioration
- It protect surrounding teeth while dental bridges might affect your natural teeth
- They are easy to take care of compared to dental bridges
Dental implants can be a permanent solution for a great smile. However, the quality and amount of bone and good oral hygiene are critical for their long-term success. To ensure long-lasting implants, it is also important to wear a nightguard if you grind your teeth, avoid chewing ice, and be cautious when participating in contact sports.
Dental implants are made from titanium, which is an artificial material that does not get cavities. However, it is still important to take care of your oral health and clean the area around the implant just like you would with your natural teeth. Regular visits to your nearest dental clinic are also important to prevent infections that can lead to gum disease.