Dental Implants

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If you’re in need of a tooth replacement, you have a number of options available for their replacement. If you would like to avoid bridges, or partial or complete dentures, then dental implants may be the answer you’re looking for.

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    Our Ottawa dental implants are used to replace missing roots, supporting artificial replacement teeth that resemble and perform like the natural teeth they’re replacing. Once the tooth implant is in place, a prosthodontist will match and place an artificial tooth on the implant. Strong and comfortable, dental implants are a common solution for missing or removed teeth. If you believe dental implants are the solution for you, contact us today! When you work with Preston Dental Centre for your dental implants in Ottawa, you will only work with the most experienced professionals.


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    Doing research on dental implants can be puzzling. This treatment is offered by a variety of clinics, with varying levels of experience and technique. It’s important to choose carefully. As a permanent solution, dental implants are often the best alternative to replacing missing teeth. With the help of the latest in cutting-edge dental technology, our implant procedure will give you permanent teeth with minimized discomfort. Choose our all-on-four dental implants or all-on-six dental implants. You’ve got options. We’re here to help. No matter what kind of implant solution you choose, Preston Dental Centre in Ottawa would like to help transform your smile, boost your oral health and build your confidence.


    At Preston Dental Centre, there is a wide variety of dental implant options available in Ottawa. When you book a consultation with our expert team, we will be able to make an ideal recommendation for you and provide a course of action. Depending on your particular situation, one of the options below might be suited best for you.

    • Single Tooth Implant
    • Multiple Tooth Implant
    • Implant Supported Bridge
    • Full Mouth Implant

    These types of dental implants can be installed into your mouth in a variety of ways. The most common way is an endosteal implant. This technique places the implant into your jawbone and holds one or multiple teeth in place with a small screw, cylinder, or blade. Another technique is a subperiosteal implant. With this method, the implant is placed above or on your jawbone with a metal post.

    Fake teeth model of dental implants
    a dentist explaining the process of getting dental implants to a patient


    There are many benefits to getting dental tooth implants compared to other solutions for your missing teeth, including:

    • Improved Appearance: Implants are designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth. You can smile confidently knowing that your teeth look great!
    • Increased Comfort: Because implants are fused directly to the bone, they are more secure and comfortable compared to removable dentures that might not fit perfectly.
    • Enhanced Speech: You can speak confidently with implants because they won’t shift or accidentally fall out.
    • Easier Eating: Eating with holes in your mouth or with dentures that don’t fit quite right can be difficult to deal with. You can enjoy your favourite foods with confidence and without pain!
    • Superior Durability: Dental implants are very durable and can last many years. With proper care and a good oral hygiene routine, many implants can last patients their entire lifetime.


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    Dental Implants FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are dental implants?

    Dental implants are metal posts that are designed to replace the root portion of missing teeth. They are inserted directly into the jawbone and help support artificial replacement teeth. The teeth that are attached to dental implants are designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth.

    Why would I need to get dental implants?

    Dental implants are a strong and durable option for people who have had a tooth loss or extraction. If you are unsure whether or not dental implants are the right option for you, contact our team today to book an assessment.

    What are dental implants composed of?

    You may be wondering what dental implants are made out of. Dental implants are composed of a porcelain crown that use an abutment to attach to a metal post that is placed onto your jawbone.

    Why choose dental implants over dentures?

    Dental implants are sturdy and do not move or slip around when talking, eating or laughing. Dental implants are also carefully designed to match the shape of the original tooth in order for your jaw and facial structure to remain intact.

    Do I need to get my dental implants replaced?

    Your dental implants can last for a lifetime if they are properly cared for and maintained. However, similar to your teeth, implants can wear down over time and may need to be replaced. Whether or not they need to be replaced depends on your diet, genetics, oral hygiene and other factors. If you are not sure if you should get your dental implants replaced, you can contact Preston Dental to arrange to speak with one of our dentists to learn more.

    How do you care for dental implants?

    Dental implants require the same care as your regular teeth. Proper oral hygiene including regular brushing and flossing, a healthy diet and regular check-ups are all ways to keep your dental implants looking and feeling great.

    What can you eat after dental implant surgery?

    Your dietary options will be restricted for about two days following your surgery. At this time, you should only be consuming liquids and softs foods. You can gradually begin incorporating foods from your regular diet after this 24–48-hour period. Most individuals resume their regular diet a week after their dental implant surgery.

    Some soft food suggestions include: mashed potatoes, milkshakes, fruit smoothies, pudding, and yogurts. Contact our team for more diet recommendations to help throughout your dental implant surgery recovery process.

    Can you remove dental implants?

    Yes, but only a specially trained dentist should be the one to remove your dental implants – with use of local anaesthetic. The dentist will need to delicately remove the crown, the abutment, and the actual implant. DO NOT try to remove your dental implants without a professional! Contact our team of dental professionals if you need to get your dental implants removed.