Dental implant

A dental implant is a surgical procedure that involves replacing a missing or damaged tooth with an artificial tooth that looks and functions like a natural tooth. The procedure involves surgically placing a metal post or implant into the jawbone, which serves as a stable base for a prosthetic tooth or crown. The implant integrates with the bone over time, providing a strong foundation for the replacement tooth. The procedure may require multiple appointments and several months of healing time, but the end result is a durable and long-lasting tooth replacement option.