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Single Missing Tooth Replacement

Dental Implants for Single Tooth

A dental implant for a single tooth involves implanting a post into the gums to fuse with the bone of the jaw in the place that the tooth is missing. Placement is important and must be placed where the bone is strong enough to hold the implant permanently and healthy enough to fuse with it. A tooth is created from materials that should last a lifetime and the tooth is placed over the post and attached. This creates a permanent tooth that can fit with the other teeth and be matched both in colour and shape to the teeth surrounding it. This tooth can be treated just as a natural tooth would be, brushing and flossing is important and regular dental visits should be maintained.

In the case of a single missing or damaged tooth it can be replaced with one dental implant, including one post and one replacement tooth on that post.

You can Call ELMWOOD Dental Implant clinic in Toronto for more information.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

A dental implant is a permanent solution that should not require repair or replacement, offering a return to regular lifestyles and diets, and the confidence of a tooth that blends with those around it. The longevity can save both time and money in the future as a properly maintained implant will not require further attention or treatment.

The ease of care for a dental implant is a benefit preferred by many, they are not removed for cleaning as a denture is but are brushed and flossed regularly and maintained with dental cleanings and appointments.

Expect a discomfort during and after the appointment, but during the healing process there should be little pain.

In some cases the implant process can be completed within one appointment from removal of the damaged tooth to the addition of both the post and the tooth itself. Whether there is one appointment or a few depends upon each individual and the situation presented. Please read multiple dental implants and all on 4 dental implants for more information about dental implants treatment.

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Single Missing Tooth Replacement

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Risks of Dental Implants

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There is often discomfort during the process and healing, though there should not be strong pain at any point. Each procedure carries the risk of infection and signs of infection should be watched for and treated. If pain becomes stronger or does not decrease the dentist should be contact. Any signs of discharge or pus should be examined for signs of infection or incorrect healing.

While healing care should be taken around the implant and a salt water rinse may be recommended to encourage healing and decrease inflammation. Slight swelling around the implant site is normal, and should go down in a few days or a week, as the gums heal around the implant.

Cost of Dental Implants

The cost of each implant can vary depending on location and material used, as well as if there is a tooth requiring removal, and how many appointments are required. It can be from $1,000-$3,000 for each individual implant but some dental insurance may cover some or all of the cost. Most insurance will cover necessary procedures, it is important to consult both the dentist and insurance to determine cost and coverage. For more information about the cost, you can always call our DENTAL CLINIC TORONTO.

About Our Experienced GP Dentist​

Dr. Bedrettin Cem Sener
Dr. Sener graduated from Hacettepe University, Ankara-Turkey in 1988, and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. He started his residency program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Hacettepe University the same year. Between 1993 and 1994, Dr. Sener attended an exchange training program in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Allgemeines Krankenhaus Linz in Austria. After completing his Ph.D. and specialty in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1995, He continued his academic work and became an associate professor in 1999. He worked as a specialist between 2000 and 2001 in American Hospital in Turkey, then he continued his career at Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey, and became a full professor in 2006. Dr.Sener worked as a visiting professor at Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. He performed as the vice dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, Marmara University, from 2008 to 2010. He worked as a Visiting Professor in Oral Surgery at the University of Toronto since 2013, and in 2015 he completed his Dental Specialty Assessment and Training Program for Oral Surgery.

Dr. Sener has been practicing in Ontario since 2016 as a general practitioner and a member of Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, among other international professional associations. He is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto today. His primary interests are implants, bone grafting, tissue regeneration, sinus lifting, temporomandibular joint disorders, pain management, impacted wisdom teeth, and LASERs. He is a senior lecturer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and has received an honorary medal from Hungarian Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Association. Dr. Sener is one of the founders and executive committee members of Turkish Association for Lasers in Dentistry. He is the author of 3 book chapters in international books, 55 scientific articles, 73 lectures, and 189 presentations and has more than 450 citations in medical journals. Dr. Sener directed five Ph.D. research studies, organized several scientific meetings, gave courses on implantology, bone grafting, distraction osteogenesis, temporomandibular joint disorders, Lasers, and basics of oral surgery.

Dr.Sener speaks German and Turkish. His hobbies are Classical stage arts, reading, and long nature walks, also He is an amateur painting artist and takes nature photographs

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