Tooth loss or Missing teeth due to injury or disease can bring various complications in the daily routine of a person's life. Dental implants are medical devices invented to restore people's appearance and ability to chew. These dividers are surgically implanted into the jaw to support artificial (fake) teeth such as bridges, crowns, and dentures.

A missing tooth can start various severe dental conditions such as defective speech, rapid bone loss, or changes to chewing patterns. All these conditions lead to discomfort in the mouth. Replacing a lost tooth with the best dental implants lake Oswego can improve the patient's health and quality of life. Dental implant systems are manufactured with three parts implant abutment, dental implant body, and an abutment fixation screw. 

Generally, a dental implant's body is surgically implanted in the jawbone, replacing the missing tooth's root. The abutment fixation screw joins the dental implant abutment and the implant body. The screw supports the attached artificial teeth while extending through the gums.

Problems with missing teeth:

  • Difficulties Chewing 
  • Dental shifting
  • Speech Issues
  • Bone Less 
  • Aged Looks
  • Mental Health Problems
  • Lower Self Esteem
  • Lower Sucess In Job Interviews

Benefits of Dental Implant Systems:

  • Restores the ability to chew.
  • Protects the health of the surrounding gums and bones.
  • Restores cosmetic appearance.
  • It helps keep the adjacent (nearby) teeth stable.
  • Improves quality of life
  • It prevents bone loss and the jawbone from shrinking.  

Risks Associated with Dental Implant Systems:

  • Infection in bone and gums.
  • Delayed healing in patients with smoke habits.
  • Periodontal disease.
  • Poor oral hygiene due to difficulty cleaning the gums around the implant.
  • Natural teeth damage while implant placement.
  • Nerve impingement or damage after surgical numbness.
  • Injury to the surrounding tissues during surgery.
  • Sinus perforation tissue infection.
  • Injury during surgery 
  • Impaired function, such as feeling like the teeth do not usually bite together.
  • A sensation that the tooth is loose or twisting in place resulting from an abutment screw loosening
  • Implant body failure
  • Systemic infection that more likely in patients with uncontrolled diabetes

How dental implants are done:


Your dentist will examine your mouth with x-rays of your head, teeth, and jaw to determine if dental implants are right for you.

Step 2:

Your dentist will implant a dental implant into your jawbone under the gum tissue. Your dentist will wait for the tissues to completely heal and allow the bone and implant to make a bond.

Step 3:

Your dentist will attach an abutment to the implant. 

Step 4:

Your dentist attaches The artificial replacement tooth to the abutment. It is made with proper fitting as per your dental measurements. This replacement might require you to visit your dentist several times. 

Step 5:

One or more missing teeth are repulsed by the bridge. Professional teeth whitening Lake Oswego can help you maintain your dental implant for a long time.