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Implant Supported Crowns and Bridges

Dental implants are the replacement solution of choice when on or more teeth are missing. They stand out because of their strength, durability, and the natural effect they provide, but also because of their versatility. They can be used to replace a variable number of teeth. In order to adapt to various situations, your dentist at General Dentist Solutions in Gloucester offers crowns and bridges on implants. These options can be used to replace missing teeth or short sections of teeth.

What is special about crowns and bridges on implants?

Implants are small metal screws that are surgically inserted into the jawbone and onto which a crown (a single replacement) or a bridge (3 to 4 replacement teeth) can be attached. During the healing period that follows, the metal screws fuse with the bone. This process, called osseointegration, is what makes implants so special. Thanks to this process, implants are like artificial roots: stable, solid and beneficial to the jawbone.

Why choose implants
to replace missing teeth?

For these reasons, implants are the strongest and most durable replacement option. They also help maintain the integrity of the mouth as they stimulate the bone, preventing it from losing mass and volume. They also prevent neighboring roots from shifting. This is why it is recommended to choose implants when there are one or more teeth to replace. Especially since they can be fitted with a crown or a bridge, which makes it possible to adapt to various situations.

How do I make a one-time replacement?

When there is only one tooth to be replaced or when there are several teeth, but they are separated by healthy teeth, an implant-supported crown is used. It is a custom-made dental imitation made of high-strength ceramic that is attached to a single implant. The implant-supported crown integrates advantageously with the dentition and restores its full capacity.

How can we compensate for the absence of several teeth at once?

If you are missing three or four adjacent teeth, your Ottawa dentist will likely suggest an implant-supported bridge. A bridge is a restoration traditionally used to replace one or two teeth between healthy teeth. It consists of two parts:

  • The pontic: this is the name given to the replacement tooth or teeth suspended in the center of the bridge.
  • Abutments: these are the crowns that surround the pontic.
  • Traditionally, they are attached to healthy teeth. In cases where the teeth adjacent to the gap are damaged or there are three or four adjacent teeth to be replaced, implants are used as a base. It is possible to replace a series of three or four teeth with two implants, installed during the same surgery.


High quality crowns and bridges on implants in Ottawa

In order to enjoy the benefits of an implant-supported crown or bridge, there are certain steps that must be taken: evaluation, surgery, healing, and design of the restoration. To complete these steps, you can consult a specialist or choose the services of Dr. Koniouchine of General Dentist Solutions. Thanks to his expertise, he is able to guide you through the entire implant process at very competitive rates!


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Singe Tooth Implants: Dental implant 1st Stage

Starting at $1975

Single Tooth Implants: Crown on implant 2nd Stage

Starting at $1975

Single Tooth Implant supported Crown: Total Cost

Starting at $3950

3-Unit Implant Bridge (3-unit bridge supported by 2 implants and 1 pontic) *If bridge is 4 or more units, price increases Starting at $8500

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