Dental Implants

The main benefit of dental implants is their long-term durability and stability, providing a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth while preserving jawbone health.

What are dental Implants?

Dental implants are complete replacements for a natural tooth. They come in the form of a small screw made from titanium, which is fixed securely to the jaw bone. This carefully-placed screw can then support a crown, a bridge or a denture, holding it securely on a permanent basis.

If you have a missing tooth, dental implants are a great, natural-looking way to fill the gap and make your smile beautiful once more.

What are the benefits of having Dental Implants treatment?

Natural Appearance

Dental implants blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, enhancing your smile’s aesthetics.

Improved Functionality

They function like real teeth, allowing for normal eating and speaking without discomfort or slippage.

Oral Health Preservation

Dental implants prevent bone loss, maintain jaw structure, and don’t require altering adjacent teeth, promoting overall oral health.

Why choose Dental Implants at Globe Dental?

Expertise and Experience

We boast extensive training and years of experience in implant dentistry, ensuring precise placement and optimal outcomes for our patients.

Advanced Technology

We utilize cutting-edge technology such as 3D imaging and CAD/CAM systems for accurate planning and custom implant fabrication, guaranteeing the highest quality of care.

Comprehensive Care

We offer personalized treatment plans, thorough follow-up care, and prioritize patient comfort and satisfaction, ensuring a seamless and successful implant experience from start to finish.


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We can have your implant completed in just a few visits.
We’ll take an x-ray and arrange a CT scan to get an accurate picture of the inside of your mouth, and ensure that you’re an eligible candidate.
Once the screw is in place, we’ll need to wait a few months for it to fuse to the jawbone before we can position the tooth. Don’t worry – we’ll provide you with a temporary denture during this time.
While dental implants have a high success rate, as with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications. These may include infection, implant failure, nerve damage, or sinus problems. However, with careful planning and proper post-operative care, these risks can be minimized.