Local anesthesia


Oral Cavity (Gums)


45 to 60 Minutes


5 to 7 Days


3 to 6 Months


Mild to Moderate

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1 How do implants work?

    Usually made of grade IV titanium, the implant is inserted into the jaw. Gradually the jaw bone fuses with the implant resulting in a secure attachment with the bone. These implants support replacement teeth such as single crowns, multiple teeth bridges and dentures.

  • 2

    There is no upper age limit to having dental implants. In most cases, you can be a suitable candidate, provided you are healthy and able to undergo any routine dental procedures.

  • 3

    In addition to having general oral health, a key requirement for dental implants is having enough bone in the jaw. If you don’t, then it can usually be rebuilt using different dental procedures. Also, there are various factors to be considered before placing an implant and you need to consult your dentist to know more about the same.

  • 4

    Yes, it is possible to place implants if all the teeth are missing. There are certain considerations like overall health of the patient, the amount of bone remaining and the purpose for which the patient needs the implant for. Depending on all the factors, a removable denture or a fixed prosthesis can be fabricated with the support of implant.

  • 5

    Just as with other surgical implants in the body there can be no lifetime guarantee. But well-maintained implants placed into adequate bone are likely to last for many years or possibly for the rest of your life.

    They are safe, well-established treatment when properly fitted and taken care of.

  • 6

    It varies from individual to individual and overall health and general habits. With good oral hygiene and good overall health dental implants are predictably successful with reported success rates above 92- 95%.

  • 7

    Dental implants are made up of titanium alloys which are highly biocompatible. Currently, there are no alternative materials to titanium implants.

  • 8

    No, dental implants are fixed to the jaw bone and cannot be removed like dentures. In case of completely missing teeth a denture can be fabricated over implants for good stability.

  • 9

    Yes, bridging of crowns can be done with the support of 2 implants.


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