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What Is Dental Implant?

Implants are artificial components for replacing missing teeth. In contrast to bridges and dentures, implants have similar strength and occlusal function to your natural teeth. An implant is made up of a fixture, an abutment and a crown. Implant fixture, made mainly of titanium, has a special surface which makes it adhere well to the bone – a process called osseointegration.

At Meiplus dentalcare, we use implants that has been treated with S.L.A (Sandblasting with Large grit and Acid etching) to increase the life span of the implants.

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What happens if you don’t replace

missing teeth?

Teeth are an important part of your daily life, healthy eating, and healthy smile.
Here are some of the things which can happen if you keep missing spaces without replacing them:

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Misalignment Of Teeth

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Bone Resorption

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Deformation Of Facial Contour

Should we replace missing space?

Yes, it is necessary !

There are several ways of replacing missing teeth – implants, bridges and dentures.

Nowadays, dental implant is considered the gold standard option for replacing missing teeth.
It is a durable, aesthetics, and more conservative treatment option.

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Dental Implant vs Bridge vs Dentures

Our Dental Implant Procedure

How should I choose dental clinic?

Why do many patients recommend Meiplus?

Our goal is to make you feel comfortable during the treatment and leave you with a positive experience. By building rapport and trust with each of our patients, they feel more relaxed and it also helps us serve your dental needs more effectively.

We have a team of highly qualified and experienced dentists from all over the world. With over 30 years of experience, combined with modern technology, we will provide high standard treatment that will help to improve your quality of life.

At Meiplus Dentalcare, we have the latest dental technology for safe and precise dental treatment. We can provide accurate analysis and treatment planning, and tailored treatment for the best results.

Introduction of equipment

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Digital 3D CT

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Oral Camera

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Sterilizer

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Implant Engine

We are able to produce more precise and cosmetic dental prostheses by combining our experience with the latest digital technology from Korea.

We understand that many patients are anxious about visiting the dentist.

Our dedicated dental staff treat patients with respect and care, and try to understand the condition of the patient. This will help us to make a tailored treatment plan, and make your dental visit a pleasant experience.

Meiplus Implant System

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Meiplus Dental Guarantee

Meiplus Dental

Implant Guarantee

We are passionate about what we do and proud of our reputation as a centre of excellence.
We offer a 5 year guarantee to all our patients having dental implants.

Terms and conditions apply Futher explanation will be given by our friendly dentist during consultation

Meet Your Dentists

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Dr Kang Minsok

  • Columbia University (New York, USA)
  • Doctor of Dental Surgery
  • University of Rochester Eastman Dental Center (Rochester, New York, USA)
  • Specialty in Prosthodontics
  • Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea)
  • Department of Prosthodontics,
  • Clinical Professor
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Dr Winston How

  • BDS (Singapore)
  • Grad. Dip. Dental Implantology
  • (Singapore)
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Dr Bak Junbeom

  • King’s College London BDS (UK)
  • Imperial College London BSc (Hons) in
  • Biomedical Sciences (UK)
  • Basic Course in Dental Implantology (NUS)

FAQ

1. Are dental implants for everyone?

In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone to hold the implant. Also, they must be committed to good oral hygiene and regular dental visits.

2. Does it hurt undergoing an implant procedure?

All of this drilling and screwing may sound painful, but you’ll be comforted to know that placing an implant is easier than taking a tooth out. Usually a local anesthetic is used, which means you are awake during the surgery.
You shouldn’t feel any pain during the surgery, especially if it is done with healthy tissue. Also, the bone where the implant is placed does not have many pain-sensing nerves. But if you’re very nervous about the surgery, you have sedative options to make you more comfortable during the operation.

3. How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants can last a lifetime. The crown that goes on top may need replacing after 10 to 15 years through wear and tear.

4. Can diabetics have dental implants?

The use of dental implants in diabetic patients is controversial. It is generally accepted that the patients with controlled diabetes can have dental implants and have similar success rate as in healthy individuals.

5. How long does the implant procedure take?

The Implant Process It will take approximately one hour per implant. Your next appointment will be two to threemonths later. The dentist will decide whether your implant is ready to receive the crown that complete the process

6. Can I use my Medisave claims?

Singapore residents who wish to receive treatment overseas will be able to use their own or their spouse, children, parents, grandchildren and siblings’ MediSave Account (MA) savings to pay for their inpatient hospitalisation or day surgery under the MediSave scheme if they fulfil all the following conditions:

  • 1. The patient must be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident of Singapore.
  • 2. The patient is normally residing1 in Singapore.
  • 3. The patient is being referred through a MediSave-accredited institution/referral centre in Singapore.

You can use MediSave to pay for your dental implant insertion or removal as long as it is a surgical procedure.

For a dental surgery with insertion or removal of dental implants, you can use MediSave to pay for your dental implants, up to the following limits:

Insertion of Dental Implants Number of implant(s) inserted x $950 Operation limit of Table 2C
Removal of Dental Implants Number of implant(s) removed x $450 Operation limit of Table 1C

For example, if you have to insert two dental implants, you can use up to $1,900 (2 x $950) for payment of your dental implants.

7. Do I need to pay my treatment fees at once?

We are pleased to accept installment plans. Please contact us for more details.

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