Implants are a safe treatment option for missing teeth. It's almost true to say that implants, are much like natural teeth, and will last for as long as you care for them. After positioning the implants, the bone in your jaw needs to grow onto them and combine it with them. This usually takes a few months. After the implants are placed, they become steady enough to support false teeth.

If you are having one or more than one tooth replaced, you may have a provisional denture in the meantime. If you already have full dentures, you can keep wearing these while your implants are curing. Your dentures will need changing, to fit after the surgery, followed by the placement of a ‘healing cap' onto the implant site to protect it.

Presenting a case of an 18 years old female patient who visited us with all milk teeth in her mouth. The patient wanted a replacement of her milk teeth as her all permanent teeth are missing. The treatment plan finalized was full mouth extraction, followed by basal implants in both the upper and lower arches. The completion of the entire treatment was within 1 week. This enhanced her entire look like a full set of functional teeth was provided.