At Chrysalis Dental Centres, our main focus is dental implant solutions. We now also offer periodontal services (including gum bleaching or gum depigmentation) in Toronto through our periodontist, Dr. Philip (Phil) Walton.
Permanent, Fixed, Non Removable Teeth
Using the Chrysalis Teeth in a Day technique, we are able to provide patients with permanent, non removable teeth. This technique achieves the highest aesthetic results and there is usually no waiting for dental implants to integrate. Patients usually leave with entire arches of permanent teeth on the same day as their procedure.
If you are interested in a permanent, fixed, non-removable dental Implant solution, call today for a hassle-free, no obligation consultation to find out if you are a candidate. Call 1-888-733-6983 today.
Single Dental Implants
Whether you have broken off a tooth or have had it missing for some time, we are usually able
to place a dental implant with a crown on the day of your procedure. Our on site lab works closely with our surgeons to create highly aesthetic results. If you are interested in a single dental Implant solution, call today for a hassle-free, no obligation consultation to find out if you are a candidate. Call 1-888-733-6983 today.
Dental Implant Retained Dentures
Dental Implant retained dentures are held in place by clips which are attached to the denture. The dental implants have balls placed on them (almost like a very miniature trailer hitch) and the dentures are clipped onto these ball attachments. As a result, these treatments are often referred to as “balls” or “locators”. The denture is much more stable than a conventional denture but they are removable. While the denture will not fly out when you sneeze, it does touch the gum and there can be some rocking motion so sore spots are still possible. When using this technique, we wait 3 to 6 months for the implants to fully integrate with the jaw bone before the denture can be held in place by the clip / ball combination. During this healing period, the patient can still wear a conventional denture.
Dental Implant Supported Dentures
Bar overdentures – a fixed metal bar is supported by dental implants. The bar, in turn, supports a removable denture. In this scenario, the denture doesn’t actually touch the gums so sore spots are eliminated. Since it does not sit on the gums, food can be easily trapped under the denture. This technique requires a 3 to 6 month healing period before the denture can be supported by the bar. Again, during this period, a conventional denture can be worn while the dental implants integrate with the jaw bone. Often, the cost of this procedure is very close to Permanent, fixed, non-removable teeth. As a result, it is peformed less frequently.