Implant-supported restorations consist of three parts.
The implant itself is the base for an implant-supported restoration. The screw-like post is inserted into the jawbone during implant surgery, and over the course of several months, it fuses with the surrounding tissue to create a stable foundation for your restoration. Next, an abutment is affixed to the top of the implant. Abutments connect the implants to your new restoration, which could be a crown, bridge, or denture.
Thanks to the advanced technology available at our Nutley, NJ, dental office, we are able to provide all of the necessary components in just one appointment when performing implant treatments like TeethXpress® and All-on-4.