Dr. Younes Kalakhy RESTORE YOUR SMILE WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS NATURAL, COMFORTABLE AND FUNCTIONAL REPLACEMENT OF TEETH PERMANENTLY
Natural, comfortable and functional replacement of teeth permanently

RESTORE YOUR SMILE WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are the closest possible replacement to natural teeth.

These are permanent artificial teeth that are used to replace missing teeth. They look, feel and function like natural teeth. They allow you to talk and eat with comfort and confidence, and are generally a better alternative to dentures or dental bridges. Since dental implants fit into the jawbone, they prevent bone loss and gum recession that normally accompany tooth loss.

Generally, the placement of implants involves two phases:

  • Insertion of a titanium screw into the jawbone. There follows a period of healing during which the titanium screw and bone integrate or merge. It can vary from 3 to 12 months.
  • After the healing phase, a permanent dental crown is placed.

IMPORTANT TO KNOW

Anyone with damaged or missing teeth should know that it can have a major impact on their smile, their self-esteem, and the way they speak and eat.
The problem with popular options for replacing missing teeth such as dentures and bridges is that they are not permanent solutions unlike dental implants!

Dental implants preserve bone density by replacing the root that supports the tooth

A natural tooth is made up of two distinct parts: the crown and the root which is hidden under the gum line and inside the jawbone. The root is responsible for keeping the natural tooth in place. When a person is missing a tooth, the dentist must decide how to create the position of the crown and choose the best method to hold it in place. Dental implants were created for this purpose. Made of metal in the form of screws, they sit securely in the jawbone to replace the root and secure the replacement tooth.
They mimic the stimulation that the root of a natural tooth would provide to the jaw bone and keep the bone strong and healthy.

WHAT TYPE OF IMPLANTS ARE RIGHT FOR YOU?

The main types of existing dental implants are single dental implants, bridges over fixed and removable dental implants, and whole arch replacements, called All-On-4. They are an effective and functionally superior alternative to dentures and removable bridges if a patient wishes to replace their missing or damaged teeth. High quality implants are extremely strong, durable and stable.

Individual / single implant

Aimed at treating and replacing the loss of singular teeth.

Fixed dental implant bridge

Aiming to replace more teeth with fewer implants.

All-On-4 dental implants

Aimed at restoring complete dental arches.

Dr Younes Kalakhy

  • Specialist in oral surgery and implantology
  • Specialized training
  • Individual approach to the patient
  • Patient safety

Customized dental implant solutions to restore the feel, shape and function of your smile

Benefits of dental implants

  • Natural appearance and function
  • No dietary restrictions
  • Superior stability and comfort
  • No displacement of adjacent teeth
  • Stimulation and preservation of the jaw
  • Fixed, solid and stable solution
  • Healthy appearance of the smile

Do i need dental implants?

Dental implants could be the perfect treatment option if you are having any of the following issues:

  • You have lost one or more of your original teeth.
  • You have advanced gum disease which affects your oral health.
  • You find wearing your dentures uncomfortable.
  • Your missing teeth are affecting the way you eat and speak.
  • You are not satisfied with your smile and you feel embarrassed.

Can anyone have a dental implant?

Your dental and general health will be carefully assessed before having a dental implant. Depending on the area of ​​tooth loss and the amount of bone missing, your dentist may discuss with you if this is an option to consider.

Is it important to take care of the implants after the treatment is finished?

The long term success of the dental implant depends on your maintenance. You need to take care of your gums and teeth every day and make sure you have regular dental visits to maintain the health of the implant and the rest of your teeth.

Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants have proven to be a safe and effective solution to replace teeth for over 30 years since they are made from materials that work well with the human body.

Are dental implants painful?

Once healed, dental implants should be painless and comfortable. Immediately after the surgery, you will experience discomfort and mild pain which should last for up to a week. Your dentist will prescribe pain relievers to manage the pain.

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    Contact us for dental implants

    We will send you a confirmation within 24 hours. Emergency? Call +212 5 24 49 81 67