Implants are anchored in the jawbone and replacement teeth are permanently secured upon them. In areas where natural teeth are lost due to decay or trauma and when a tooth cannot be saved but has to be extracted, the gap can be replaced with a titanium implant which is surgically placed inside the jawbone on the ridge in the area of the missing/extracted tooth.
|Step 1||Case: Bilaterally missing premolars|
|Step 2||Bilateral implants placed|
|Step 3||Framework trial on implants|
|Step 4||Ceramic crowns given on premolars|