Using dental implants to restore function and beauty to the smile after tooth loss

At Msmiline Cosmetic Dentistry of Pierrefonds, Quebec, Dr. Ramin Mirmooji and his team are available to provide a wide selection of restorative solutions for patients who have imperfections or problems with their smile. Dental implants may be recommended for those with tooth loss to replace one, several, or all the teeth in the smile. Let’s learn more about dental implants!

What is a dental implant?

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Dr. Ramin Mirmooji describes the dental implant as a titanium post designed to hold a restoration and replace one or more teeth within the smile more permanently than bridges and dentures.

How do dental implants work in replacing missing teeth?

Dental implants are an amazing development in dentistry that works by replacing the original root of the tooth with an artificial titanium implant. This implant is fused to your jawbone, and once it has healed, a replacement tooth, bridge, or denture is attached on top of the implant.

Why do patients choose dental implants for tooth replacement?

One of the main advantages of dental implants is that they look completely natural, just like your own teeth. They also feel very secure when you chew and brush your teeth, which makes them an excellent option for people who need replacement teeth due to gum disease or injury. Another advantage of implants is that they can last for many years without needing any maintenance other than regular brushing and flossing.

Who is a good candidate for a dental implant?

Dr. Ramin Mirmooji can evaluate your smile and determine if you have sufficient bone to hold the implant in place and ensure a successful operation. If you are not deemed a proper candidate due to a lack of bone structure, bone grafting can be used to restore the bone and prepare it for a dental implant.

Dr. Ramin Mirmooji explains the dental implant procedure.

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Dental implants, one of the most popular options for replacing teeth in a fixed manner, that means that they won’t come out of your mouth, is by using titanium screws that are stabilised in a patient’s jaw and then covered by a crown on top. These are dental implants. The way that it works, you go through a CBCT in order to evaluate how much bone you have. And after the CBCT, we’ll order special guides called the surgical guides. We’ll place the implants, and then after a period of three months, when the implants have integrated with the bone, we will take impressions, make the crown, and place the crown on top of the implant or implants in order to replace the missing teeth.

Schedule time to talk to our team to learn more about dental implants

Dental implants are a reliable and long-lasting solution for patients reconstructing their smiles after tooth loss.

If you are located in the Pierrefonds, QC area and want to speak to Dr. Ramin Mirmooji and his team about implants, call (514) 613-1888 to request an appointment.

Dr. Ramin Mirmooji

Dr. Ramin Mirmooji is a dynamic general practitioner who believes in providing excellent dentistry through personalized treatment plans and the best advice for patients. He graduated in Civil Engineering from South Bank Polytechnic (England) and studied microbiology and immunology at McGill University. He obtained his doctorate in dentistry from the University of Laval. He has followed many mini-residency courses in orthodontics, implantology, periodontics, endodontics, cosmetic dentistry, pain management, MTA disorders, etc. He is a member of the Quebec Dental Association, Canadian Dental Association (CDA), Dental Society of Montreal, and International Congress of Implantology.

Dr. Samer Abboud

Dr. Samer Abboud, who graduated in Paris, France, is a general dentist practicing orthodontic services in several dental offices in Montreal. He has also served as a clinical research coordinator at McGill University and a professor. He has trained in adult and pediatric orthodontics, occlusion, and dental surgeries and has earned many diplomas. He has been a member of the Ordre des Dentistes du Québec, CDA, Association des Chirurgiens Dentistes du Québec, Proprietary Dentists of Quebec, and the National Dental Examining Board of Canada.

Dr. Alexa Lynch

Dr. Alexa Lynch is a University of Montreal graduate. She enjoys practicing different facets of dentistry and has a special interest in restorative and cosmetic dentistry, for which she has taken many continuing education courses. She aims to offer quality dental care to patients of all ages.