Diagnosis - During the initial examination, Dr. Tehranian checks the location of the blood vessels, nerves and other anatomical features , as well as the length, width and location of the future implant in the jaw.

With the use of specialised 3D cone beam scanner ,  digital radiography and virtual treatment planning software. Dr. Tehranian will analyse the options and consult with the you on the most suitable type of titanium implant.

 

Tooth Implant placement - dental implant is inserted into the jawbone in extreme conditions of sterilization and under a local anaesthetic. you will be given medication such as antibiotics prior to the surgery. Then, a local anaesthetic will be administered to numb the area where the implant(s) will be placed. After you are comfortable, a small incision is made into the gum tissue, revealing the bone into which the implant will be placed. Using special instruments, a socket is created carefully, avoiding damage to the bone. The titanium implant is then inserted into the socket.

Rehabilitation - At this stage, a ceramic crown is built over the implant. It takes several weeks until desired results are obtained. After six months of healing, your jawbone is firmly fused to the implants. The restorative phase of your treatment, when your missing teeth are actually replaced, is now ready to begin.

Depending on a variety of factors, it may be possible to begin the restorative phase of your treatment earlier in certain cases immediately after implant placement. We will review the most appropriate treatment sequence and timing for your particular situation.

Complete Tooth Replacement

Complete tooth replacement is a useful solution for individuals missing a number of teeth. Dental implants can be used to support both fixed and removable dentures to restore tooth function and the beauty of your natural smile while preventing further bone loss.

Implant-Supported Dentures

With implant supported dentures, patients can enjoy a greater sense of confidence and comfort when they eat, speak and smile. Not only do implant supported dentures provide a more stabilized and secure fit, but they also function and look more like natural teeth

Implant-Supported Bridges

Our patients will be examined to determine the ideal location for their implant sites. After healing, abutments are connected to the implant posts, and the full denture set is attached to the implants in the same manner as the dental bridge. It can only be removed by your dental professional, so you can be confident in the fit and function of your dentures.

Implant-Supported Removable Dentures

With removable dentures, the dental implants support a bar or a ball abutment to which the denture is snapped on and off. Although the denture is removable, it remains firmly attached during normal functions like eating and talking, and the final result is completely natural looking. The denture can be removed, however, to facilitate cleaning.