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Come to Us For Dental Implants in Edmonton

Want a denture solution that looks, acts, and feels like your natural teeth? Janz Family Dental clinic has the answer you are looking for – dental implants. Edmonton trusts our clinic to help meet their dental needs and provide the denture options that they’re looking for. 


Losing one or more teeth can have a large impact on your life. It can affect the way you eat and talk, and you may lose confidence in your smile. It can even lead to the degeneration of your other teeth. That’s where dental implants come in. When you come to Janz Family Dental for dental implants in Edmonton, you’re coming to a practice that takes care to ensure you are happy with the result.

The process of creating dental implants for Edmonton patients is not a difficult one. After a local anesthetic is administered, titanium posts are implanted into the jawbone, similar to the root of a natural tooth. The gums must then heal for 3-6 months, after which the permanent artificial tooth is created to fit on top of the implant. Your jawbone will continue to grow around the implant over time, giving it more stability and a more natural look.

Implants are a major alternative to replacement methods such as crowns and bridges. Where a bridge might slip and become displaced over time, affecting the natural teeth nearby, an implant will do no such thing. While both options are easy to clean and look natural, the implant is the one that will fuse with your jawbone over time, giving you the natural result and healthy bones that you need.

There are several things that your dentist will consider when deciding on whether you need implants or crowns. These include:

  • The severity of the decay of your teeth/the teeth missing
  • Your budget
  • The results you desire
  • Your health

The Process

  • First, the specialist will examine your mouth and take x-rays of your head, jaw, and teeth to see if dental implants are right for you.
  • Once it has been decided, the surgery will commence. The dentist or specialist will attach the implant to your jawbone, below the gum tissue. The tissue will then be stitched back into place and left to heal, a time during which the implant will bond with the bone. This takes several months. 
  • Once the tissue is healed, the second phase of surgery can begin. Your dentist or specialist will attach an abutment to the implant, which is a post that connects the implant to the replacement tooth. In some cases, this might be done at the same time as the first stage.
  • The artificial tooth is made and your dentist or specialist will attach it to the abutment. It might take a few appointments to get the proper fit. 
  • If you’re replacing several/all of your teeth, a fixed bridge is anchored to the dental implants. 

Book an appointment with our doctors for a consultation on whether or not dental implants are the right option for you. Call us today. We welcome new patients and emergencies.

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