Just as with one missing tooth, several missing teeth can be easily treated with dental implants. Implant supported teeth are permanently fixed in the mouth, unlike removable appliances like dentures. They don’t slip or click, and there is no worry about them moving or falling out when speaking, eating, or participating in activities. And because dental implants are placed directly into the bone, they help preserve the jawbone and prevent bone deterioration.

Don't ignore missing back teeth Losing multiple tooth from decay, gum disease or neglect will have a domino effect resulting in bone loss around your remaining teeth causing them to become loose, rotated and mobile. Don’t be complacent just because your missing teeth are in the back of your mouth! To avoid the risk of cascading harm to neighboring teeth, your lost teeth should be replaced as soon as possible with implants.

Multiple Tooth Implant Treatment Procedure:

This procedure normally includes four visits to the dentist. You should expect to be able to work the day after having the implant installed.

The course of treatment described here is one of several options available.

1: Before the procedure 
The dentist makes a first examination and takes one or more x-rays of the area to prepare for the procedure.

2: Installing the implant 
Titanium tooth implant bases are placed into the jawbone to replace the job of the roots. We allow a period of time for the jawbone to heal over the bases before fitting for a crown.

3: Attaching the new crown 
After healing, the abutments are attached to the dental implants. These components are used to hold custom-made ceramic crowns that the dental laboratory will mold and match to your existing teeth.

4: End result 
Finally custom fabricated crowns are placed over the tooth implant abutments and will function like a real tooth.

1: Before the procedure

2: Installing the implant

3: Attaching the new crown

4: End result


Case 1: Two Implant Bridge

Placing Implant



Hybrid Dentures:

Hybrid Dentures also called fixed-detachable dentures, are a way to replace missing teeth and gum tissue with a prosthetic attached to dental implants. Hybrid dentures are recommended when you have a lot of bone loss in your jaw. This type of denture is more natural looking and stable. To make it, you will need to have four to six dental implants to create a solid base for the denture. The denture is then permanently attached to the implants.

Hybrid Denture Pre

Hybrid Denture Post

Radiograph of Hybrid Denture



Guided Implants:

Guided Implants surgery uses patient’s CT images to plan implant surgery through computer software. Conventional implant planning via panoramic x-ray images has its limitations as precise execution according to the surgery plan is often difficult. However, guided implant surgery can be executed accurately and precisely as planned.