A dental implant is typically a tooth’s root shaped attachment made from titanium. It is inserted into the jaw bone to take the place of a missing tooth. Once osteointegration (when the bone attaches firmly to the implant) has occurred, a replacement tooth can be secured to the top of the implant. This new tooth can look, feel and perform just like a natural tooth. It is also possible to use multiple implants to support a denture or bridge. Implant supported teeth are more comfortable than conventional dentures because there is no slipping or movement. This eliminates some key worries of dentures and improves
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