Dental Implant Crowns

Dental Implant Crowns

An implant with a crown is the closest thing to a natural tooth. Made from titanium cylinders implanted directly into the jawbone, they replace the root of the tooth that was removed. The implant forms the anchor for a crown or bridge, which is attached after the implant is fully integrated with the bone.

One of the benefits of this dental implants procedure is that it does not sacrifice the health of the adjacent teeth. Also, because a tooth’s root is replaced through this dental implant procedure, it helps keep the surrounding bone from wasting away, which occurs naturally when a tooth is lost.

Implant crowns are not subject to decay or discoloration, and they look and function just like natural teeth.

The placement of a dental implant usually will not disrupt your daily living with except on the day of placement. It is recommended to rest the remainder of the day. Afterward, you may resume normal daily activities with minimal discomfort.