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Dental Implants & Oral Surgery in streetsville, Mississauga


Our team aims to help you keep your teeth for life, but there are times when it is inevitable for us to take them out. We understand that tooth loss will have a negative effect on your oral function and aesthetics. That’s why we offer dental implants in Mississauga and the GTA. Dental implants are ideal solutions for those who lost their teeth and are looking for a natural-looking and functioning replacement. The purpose of dental implants is to help you improve your overall oral health.

The process of Implant Treatment

Before our dentists begin the treatment, we will also consider factors such as your medical health. If you qualify, our team will plan treatment accordingly. Our dental implants are designed to look and feel like your natural teeth. Since they are surgically placed into your jawbones, it is impossible to know that they are not your real teeth. Apart from looking and feeling like your natural teeth, implants also offer other benefits. They are the only dental option that preserves your natural bone, and they also outlive dentures and bridges. Additionally, you don’t even have to worry about removing them every night.


Please note that it is essential to ensure that your dental implants are clean and well maintained. Our scheduled teeth cleaning, combined with regular brushing and flossing, will help you keep your dental implant in top condition.


Dental implants are titanium root-form screws that are placed within the bone to support a prosthesis.
A patient would require a thorough examination by the dentist to see if they are eligible for dental implants.
Dental implant treatment planning is prosthetically driven.
The use of 3D radiography (medically known as cone-beam computed tomography) and intra-oral scanning aids in treatment planning in dental implant cases.


Initial implant consult 🡪 full examination 🡪 surgical phase 🡪 healing phase and temporization 🡪 final prosthetic phase 🡪 maintenance


The initial implant consultation is a way for you to get to know us and also for us to get to know you; it gives us an idea of the nature of your problem and how to help you. The consultation is free in our office. The full examination entails taking records, images, and radiographs and coming up with a concise treatment plan for your case. The surgical phase is the first step in the implant process; sometimes multiple surgeries are required depending on the complexity of the case. After the surgery, time is needed for the soft and hard tissues to heal or for the implant to osseo-integrate. The healing time differs from case to case; it can be as little as 6 weeks or as long as 9 months. The final prosthetic phase is the process of taking scans, impressions, and intra-oral records to fabricate the prosthesis. After the work is done, the patient moves on to the maintenance phase, which is the constant monitoring and cleaning of the work done.

Dental implant pathway


Dental implants are an option to replace missing teeth.
An implant crown is a way to replace a single tooth that was lost.
The advantage of implant crowns is that they are fixed, and have high longevity and success rates.
before implant crown

Before Implant Crown

after implant crown

After Implant Crown


If multiple adjacent teeth were lost either due to disease or trauma, an implant bridge may be the best option for you. It involves the placement of multiple dental implants which hold multiple teeth together. They are fixed in your mouth so you do not have to worry about losing them or taking them out at night. Their advantages are the same as implant crowns.

before implant bridges

Before implant bridges

after implant bridges

After implant bridges


If you lost most or all of your teeth in your upper or lower jaw, or you want to improve your current denture’s oral function, overdentures may be your best option.
It involves placing as little as two dental implants in the jaw and connecting them to your dentures through male and female-like attachments called locators.
This option will improve denture retention, stability, and support.
They eliminate the need to use a denture adhesive.


Enhanced stability
Improved retention
Increased quality of oral function
Very aesthetics
before overdenture on implants
after overdenture on implants
overdenture on implants picture 1
overdenture on implants picture 2


An implant bar overdenture is another method to improve oral function for edentulous patients.
It involves the placement of multiple implants in the arch and the fabrication of a titanium bar that splints the implants together.
The bar connects to the denture to give you incredible denture support, retention, and stability.
Bar overdentures can be made to be removable or permanently fixed in the mouth.
The bar distributes occlusal forces on the implants in the arch, which improves longevity and reduces the amount of plastic on the denture.
They also help the patient generate high occlusal forces for improved mastication.
Bar overdentures would be the option for you if you are looking for a high-quality treatment to replace and restore your arch.


All-On-X fixed prosthesis is dentistry’s best and top-quality option to restore a full arch.
It involves the placement of multiple implants in the arch, and the fabrication of a full-arch zirconia prosthesis that connects to the implants.
The use of zirconia as a prosthetic material provides a very high aesthetic appearance and rigidity to the prosthesis.
before prosthesis
after prosthesis

Oral Surgery

Implants are titanium screws that are surgically integrated to your bone, followed by the placement of a crown over it. The process takes place in three steps, which is also knows as the Implant Triad:


Placement of titanium screws in the bone by a dentist
Restoration of the implant by a dentist
Fabrication of prosthetics by dental technicians

We try our best to save teeth as long as they are salvable, but due to unfortunate circumstances, sometimes teeth have to be extracted to improve the oral health of the patient. Rest assured, in our office we have instrumentation and techniques to conduct atraumatic extractions to preserve as much natural bone as possible and lessen post-operative pain.

Bone grafts (medically referred to as guided bone regeneration) are techniques used to grow more bone in specific areas where required. They are adjunct techniques used with dental implants to provide successful results. Long story short, if you do not have the bone, then we make the bone.


Bone graft materials:

Autograft - bone taken from the same person from another site
Allograft - bone taken from another human, who donated their bone post-mortem
Xenograft - bone taken from animal sources (either cows or pigs)
Alloplast - synthesized bone from the lab made from calcium phosphate

Depending on the case, the doctor will select an appropriate material upon patient's consent.



When teeth are extracted, a socket preservation procedure may be indicated to preserve the bony ridge. A natural sequela of tooth extraction is for the bone to collapse, thus leaving a thin ridge. This results in less bone being available for possible implant placement in the future. The placement of bone graft material inside the socket helps prevent the ridge from collapsing and provides more bone volume.

benefits of site preservation

There are situations that result in loss of bone height in the posterior aspect of the upper jaw, by which a sinus lift would be required to restore the bone that was lost. The procedure entails lifting the membrane which lines the sinus with the maxilla, and placement of bone.

sinus lift procedure

Teeth Extraction

Tooth decay, tooth fractures, or severe crowding are one of the many reasons teeth might need extractions. While it may sound as a scary procedure, not to worry, you won’t feel a thing in the dental chair, and we also have specific instrumentation and techniques to remove teeth atraumatically to preserve your natural bone and decrease post-operative pain.”


Oral Surgery & Teeth Extraction

For pain-free teeth extraction, visit our clinic today.

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