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Components of Dental Implants

What actually are the components of Dental Implants? The Dental Implant Complex comprises a series of parts that are stacked on each other and bolted or cemented together. At the base of the complex is the dental implant fixture. This is usually a titanium or titanium...

Does Dental Implant Surgery Hurt?

Are you concerned about the discomfort arising from dental implant surgery? Rest assured, pain medication can effectively manage any discomfort after the procedure. The surgery involves numbing the mouth to ensure a painless experience. Although there might be some...

How Dental Implants Work

Have you ever wondered how dental implants work? Dental implants are the optimal solution for replacing failing or missing teeth. They ideal as they do not affect the adjacent teeth, and can restore the function and aesthetics of the missing teeth. The dental implant...

Dental Implant Crown Dropped Out!

Regardless if you have a cement or screw-retained dental implant crown, a common complication is that the crown may sometimes come off. So what should you do if your dental implant crown dropped out? In the case of cemented crowns, the problem could be due to one of...

Abutment Screw Fracture

The dental implant fixture is connected to the implant-retained crown or implant abutment with a retaining screw, know as the implant abutment screw. This is usually a titanium or stainless steel screw that is tightened to a particular torque value. This is known as...

Implant Crown Chipped

Imagine you are having lunch, you take a bite and your dental implant crown chipped! What do you do now?The good news is that you should not experience any sensitivity or pain as there are no nerves in the dental implant.If the chip is relative minor, the sharp...

Managing Broken Teeth

If you find yourself with broken teeth, it can be a true dental emergency. Whether it's due to trauma or biting down on something hard, such as a small stone or bone fragment, the fracture may vary in severity. In some cases, the tooth can be smoothened or restored...

Something Came Out

What would you do if you were eating and something came out from your dental implant? This maybe something as simple as the filling covering the dental implant accesss hole dislodging, or part of the veneering porcelain of the crown shearing off. If the dental implant...

Dental Implants or Teeth?

Patients often ask if dental implants or teeth are better. The simple answer is if the teeth are structurally sound and have a good long-term prognosis, teeth are always better as they are part of your body. However, there are situations where the teeth are severely...

Managing Dental Implant Angle

Is your dental implant angle off? you facing challenges with dental implants that are not in an ideal position?  Whether the dental implant angle was a deliberate decision to avoid bone grafting or a surgical oversight, we understand the need for a solution. Our...

Something Broke!

One complication can occur with dental implants is that something broke. Fracture of the dental implant or the implant restoration is not as uncommon as you may think. So what should you do if you encounter a breakage? Firstly, we need to determine where the breakage...

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