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How do dental implants work

Feb 27, 2017

Dental implants look like tiny screws. They're made of titanium, a material that bonds to bone. Bonding is an important part of the dental implant process. Without proper bonding, your implant can become loose.

The implant process starts when your Green Bay dentist makes an opening in your jawbone and places the implant inside. Although you won't notice any changes, during the next three to six months, the implant will fuse to your jawbone. When your implant is firmly bonded to your jaw, your dentist will attach an abutment, or connector, to the top of the implant. A few weeks later, a dental crown will be attached to the abutment. The crown looks like a natural tooth and restores your ability to bite, chew and speak clearly.

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