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Restorative Dentistry & Implantology

Dental Implants

Securing your smile with precision and strength.
Discover the benefits below.

Natural Functionality.
Eat, speak, and enjoy life without compromise.
Aesthetic Integrity.
Crafted to mimic your natural teeth.
Lifetime Durability.
With proper care, implants last for decades.

In a glance.

Consider When

  • You have one or more missing teeth due to decay, injury, or other dental issues.
  • You seek a long-term solution with stability superior to dentures or bridges.

Consider Other Options If

  • Your jawbone is significantly weakened or undeveloped.
  • You have active or untreated gum disease.
  • You are under the age of 18.
  • You have certain health conditions, such as bone or autoimmune disorders.

The Benefits

  • Restores full chewing power.
  • Looks and feels like natural teeth.
  • Does not alter adjacent teeth, preserving more of your natural tooth structure.
  • Prevents bone loss in the jaw, maintaining facial structure.

The Drawbacks

  • Surgical procedure: Requires multiple visits and healing time.
  • Higher upfront cost compared to other dental restoration methods.
  • Small chance of body rejection, or failure, of the implant.

Learn the process.

1. Initial Assessment

Determining your suitability for an implant.

2. Surgical Implantation

Inserting the implant post directly into the jawbone, under local anesthesia or sedation.

3. Healing & Osseointegration

Allowing time for the implant to integrate with the bone, ensuring a stable base for the artificial tooth.

4. Abutment Placement

Fitting the connector piece that will hold your new tooth.

5. Artificial Tooth Placement

Attaching the crown, bridge, or denture to the abutment for a complete restoration.

Learn More

Surgical Implantation
Administration of anesthesia for comfort, making an incision in the gum to expose the bone, drilling a hole in the jawbone, inserting the implant post, and stitching the gum tissue back together.
Healing & Osseointegration Period
About 3 months with periodic check-ups to monitor healing for a successful osseointegration.
Abutment Placement & Impression
Reopening of the gum to expose the implant, attachment of the abutment, and taking impressions for the final crown, bridge, or denture.
Final Restoration Placement
Fitting and adjusting the crown, bridge, or denture to ensure a proper fit and comfortable bite, final adjustments for color and fit, cementing or screwing the restoration onto the abutment.

Not a candidate?

If limited bone availability has made you ineligible for dental implants, don't worry. The Periodontology Department at Mirage Dental Clinic can enhance your bone structure, making you a viable candidate for implants. Simple and effective, our expert procedures ensure you can proceed confidently with your dental implant plans.

Bone Augmentation

Bone Augmentation

If your jawbone isn’t thick enough to secure a dental implant. Bone augmentation involves grafting bone or bone-like materials to the jaw, increasing its volume and density.
Sinus Lifting

Sinus Lifting

For cases with insufficient bone height in the upper jaw or those whose sinuses are too close to the jaw. Sinus lift elevates the sinus membrane and adds bone below it, creating adequate space to place implants.

What can be attached to a dental implant?


Replacement of a single missing tooth.


Replacement of 2-4 adjacent missing teeth.


Replacement of all missing teeth.

A message from Mirage Dental Clinic.

Dental implants are a cornerstone of modern dental restoration, offering unparalleled stability and longevity. At Mirage Dental Clinic, we employ the latest techniques, technology, and materials in dental implants to ensure your treatment is successful. However, it's important to remember that regular care and maintenance are essential for the long-term success of your dental implants.

Steps and care.

Protecting your implant and replaced teeth.

Before implant placement surgery
Maintain oral hygiene and share any concerns or allergies with us.
After implant placement
Avoid spitting; use a tissue to wipe your mouth or swallow saliva instead. Drink directly from the cup without using a straw, refrain from smoking, and keep your fingers and tongue away from the surgical area. You can resume oral hygiene practices three days after the surgery, but be sure to avoid the surgical site.
During healing phase
Avoid eating on the side where the surgery was performed. Expect swelling, which can range from mild to severe, peaking within the first 24-48 hours before gradually decreasing. The sutures from your procedure are dissolvable and will naturally fall out over time.
Things to Avoid
Skip ice cubes, hard nuts, popcorn kernels, and sticky treats like taffy and caramels.

Frequently asked.

Dental implant placement is a surgical procedure, and some discomfort is expected. However, this can be managed with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen, which help reduce pain and swelling. To further minimize discomfort, avoid strenuous activities such as going to the gym for a few days. Increased heart rate, especially within the first 72 hours, can exacerbate pain, swelling, and bruising.

Yes, dental implants are safe and have been recommended by dentists for over 50 years when placed by a skilled and experienced surgeon. As long as you maintain healthy teeth and gums and commit to good oral hygiene, dental implants can provide a lifelong solution to tooth loss.

If you've been told you're not a candidate for dental implants due to bone loss, consider getting a second opinion. It's true that not everyone qualifies for dental implants, but you may be eligible for regenerative procedures like dental bone grafts or sinus lifts, which can enhance bone density and possibly make you a viable candidate for implants.

If regenerative procedures aren't suitable for you, there are alternative teeth replacement options available that can effectively address your needs.

Speak with our dentists.

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