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Teeth can be lost when they are irreversibly damaged due to dental decay or trauma. Gum disease can also affect the supporting bone and gum, leading to the loosening of teeth and eventual loss.

When teeth are lost, there are several methods that can be used to replace them. These include dental implants, bridges and dentures. When the infected tooth cannot be saved and has to be removed, prosthesis replaces the missing tooth to restore speech, function and aesthetics.


The treatment is carried out by a team of restorative specialists and surgeons working in close collaboration.

Your dental surgeon will assess your suitability for treatment with these implants, taking into account various considerations such as your bone volume and quality, tooth and jaw relationship, oral habits and general medical health. This may include a detailed analysis using different X-rays and scans.

Normally it takes about four months to a year to complete the entire treatment. This would depend on case complexity as well as the need for additional procedures like bone grafting.

Phase 1: Treatment Planning

A thorough assessment of your medical health, oral health, the way your teeth fit together and bone volume will be done to produce an individualised treatment plan.

Phase 2: Surgical Treatment

A minor surgical procedure is carried out to place titanium fixtures into the bone. If bone and/or soft tissue are insufficient, there may also be a need for additional grafting procedures before the implants can be placed.

Phase 3: Restorative Treatment

After the integration of the implant fixtures to the bone, ‘new permanent teeth’ will be designed and fabricated.

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