Dental Implant Services in Singapore

In a highly urbanised and fast-paced city like Singapore, having missing teeth could also be a deal breaker in landing your dream job, closing a good business agreement, or even finding your one true love. It sounds superficial, but the society gives merit to people who take care of themselves. Thankfully, there are tooth or dental implant clinics in Singapore that could help bring back your smile and self-esteem.

Get the Best Dental Implants Specialist in Singapore to Help You

Finding a specialist in Singapore is easy, but finding the perfect doctor that would provide complete and quality service is difficult. Make sure that your doctor is an oral maxillofacial practitioner to be sure that the tooth implant or bone grafting procedure is done properly.

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What Are Dental Implants?

Essentially, dental implants serve as a long-term solution to a missing tooth root. These often come in titanium structures that are screwed in the jaws beneath your gums to provide a foundation for teeth replacement. They can be used to replace as few as one tooth or all the teeth in the mouth.

Dentures and dental bridges that are attached to implants are also more comfortable, natural and stable. They also won’t slip when you are eating or speaking- something people with false teeth are always worried about.

How Dental Implants Improve Your Life

Whether caused by bad oral habit, severe injury, or disease, missing tooth could highly affect a person’s wellbeing. So, putting dental implants could do a lot of change in your life.

Some of the ways a tooth implant procedure in Singapore could improve your life are:

Improve Appearance and Self-esteem – No more hiding, slouching and controlled laughter. With implants, you will smile more, feel better, and look better.

Eliminate Discomfort – Since dental implants are part of you, it will feel more natural and secured compared to dentures.

Mend Speech and Eating Issues – Removable dentures can slip within the mouth and cause you to mumble words. It can also cause mouth sores, which could hurt when you are eating. With tooth implants, these issues can be solved.

Prevent Surrounding Bone Loss – The pressure and stimulus of chewing prevents jaw bone degradation, hence leaving a lost tooth un-replaced and using dentures cannot solve the problem. A dental implant, however, mimics the pressure of natural teeth so it helps prevent bone loss.

Convenience – Dental implants are permanent so there is no need to remove them for cleaning or using adhesives to secure them.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants

How do implants work?

Dental implants are inserted into the bone to replace the natural roots of the teeth that you have lost. Implants integrate within the bone over several weeks or months after insertion. The implants provide a stable foundation for crowns, bridges or dentures which are placed over them.

What are the advantages of dental implant therapy?

As dental implants are integrated within your jaw bone, they are extremely stable. Teeth or dentures supported by dental implants are retentive and firm. As such, they can mimic natural teeth both in appearance and function. Dental implants prevent surrounding bone loss and minimise changes to the healthy adjacent teeth.

How long can implants last?

Implants can last a long time if they are well taken care of. Studies have shown that implant success rates are at 98% over 10 years. However, some diseases such as diabetes, or lifestyle habits such as smoking may affect your implant success.

Am I suitable for dental implants?

Most patients are suitable for dental implants. Some patients may need bone grafting before or simultaneously during implant surgery if the bone at the implant site is insufficient or poor in quality.

What is bone grafting?

Over a period of time, the jawbone associated with missing teeth atrophies or shrinks. This often leaves a condition in which there is poor quality and quantity of bone, and affects the placement of dental implants. We now have the ability to grow bone where needed. In the maxillofacial region, bone grafts can be taken from inside the mouth, in the area of the chin or third molar region or in the upper jaw behind the last tooth. Animal, or synthetic bone substitutes can also be used.

Can I use my Medisave to pay for my implants and/or bone grafting?

Medisave can be used to offset some of the implant and surgical costs. We will be able to advise you better during the consultation.