nicholas kemp dentistry

Nicholas Kemp Dentistry
60 Bloor Street West (Bay & Bloor) Suite 1001, Toronto, Ontario M4W 3B8
Ph: 416-922-1012

Downtown Toronto Implant Dentist
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Downtown Toronto Implant Dentist Dr. Nicholas Kemp

Are you considering the possibility of dental implants? Dental implants are usually a reasonable option for people who are missing teeth that can have an adverse effects on your mouth and gums.

Dr. Kemp, a Downtown Toronto cosmetic dentist is an experienced practitioner that has been successfully performing dental implants for many years. He uses the latest technology and procedures to ensure a succesful outcome.

If you are a candidate for dental implants, Dr. Kemp will create a program that will correct your smile and boost your self-esteem.

Steps for Dental Implants in Downtown Toronto.

Downtown Toronto Dental Implant

First step an evaluation.
Before a dentists can decide if the implants are a reasonable option they are going to have to perform a bone assessment, which test the density of your bones. If you have a periodontal disease there is a chance that you have experienced significant bone loss, which would impede your ability to get the implants. However, implants may still be an option, including a bone graft.

Selecting the appropriate dental implant system.
When the assessment is done and you agree to the proposed solution, Dr. Kemp will select appropriate dental implant system and determine proper size. A hole will be surgically drilled into your jawbone to hold the root of the implant. Local anesthesia is most often required, but some patients might prefer to be sedated.When the implant is secured in the jawbone, a protective screw cover is place over. Gum tissue is sutured, meaning surgically joined to cover the implant.

Healing time
The healing might take about 6 months during which time the bone tissue will grow around the implant that is microscopically roughened on the surface. The implant and jawbone becomes one element. The screw cover can be removed and an abutment can be placed in its place to hold the crown or denture.