Different Types and Methods of Dental Implants

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Everyone admits that dental implants are the most accepted treatment for missing teeth. They replace a lost tooth from the root, so they incredibly look and function your natural teeth. Dental implants come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and heights, fitting every patient’s needs and goals. They are also considered a perfect alternative to dentures. Although many patients seek a single dental implant for only one missing tooth, implants can replace multiple or even full sets of missing teeth. There are actually several dental implant types, and you can opt for the best one that fits your needs and desires. To achieve such a goal, Emergency Dental Office provides all valued patients with top-quality dental implants in North York, Vaughan, Toronto, and the surrounding area to create a confident smile once again for you. 

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Different Dental Implant Procedures

As we mentioned above, dental implants come in various types and procedures. To gain a better understanding of dental implant types and methods, we have made a brief explanation about them:

Single Dental Implants

This is the most used dental implant process, a single dental implant for a single missing tooth. You may have to undergo a single tooth extraction and choose a single dental implant as a suitable replacement. A single implanted tooth is not detectible from other natural teeth.

Multiple Dental Implants

A set of multiple missing teeth may occur out of a number of causes. Anyway, it would be best if you always consider replacing your missing teeth, or you will face oral health complications. Dental implants are also suitable for your missing teeth. You can also benefit from dental bridges as a good teeth replacement option.

Dental Implants for a Full Teeth Replacement

Patients have long been seeking denture treatment for replacing a full arch of missing teeth. Although dentures are still a good option for full teeth replacement, dental implants are a better option. Dental implants, specifically All-on-4, help you restore the health and beauty of your smile once again.

How to Have a Successful Implant Surgery?

Dental implants have very high satisfaction and success rate. In other words, dental implant failure is very rare. But still, you must consider some points if you want to have a successful implant surgery and have them functioning for a lifetime:

Immediate Action: once you lose or extract your tooth, you should plan for dental implants unless your jawbone deteriorates over time and cannot support the implanted teeth.


Maintaining a Good Oral Hygiene: you must have a healthy mouth to gain a healthy smile. Dental implants need to be cared for just like your natural teeth. Especially, patients with periodontal disease cannot have successful implant surgery.


Experienced Implant Specialist: Nothing is more crucial than a dentist’s expertise and experience for successful implant surgery. So, when you decide to get a dental implant, you should take your time and find the dental implant expert you can trust.


Dr. John Doe

Dr. John Doe

Written by Finn Maguire Cohen for Emergency Dental Office — Fact checked by Dr. John Doe