Dr. Shweta's Dental Clinic

D – 42 Kalkaji, New Delhi–110019
Ph.: +91–11–26414243
+91–9811227991, +91–9810335961

Dr. Puneet Batra
Consultant Orthodontist & Implantologist
BDS(Gold Medalist). MDS (Orthodontics-AIIMS)
M Orth RCS (Edinburg), FFD Orth RCS (Ireland)
Dr. Shweta
Consultant Dental Surgeon
Trained for: Tobacco Intervention Initiative of IDA
Jt Secretary: IDA South West Delhi Branch

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Dental Implants


Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Dental Implants provide a strong foundation for permanent or removable prosthesis (replacement teeth) that are made to match your natural teeth. They are manufactured from biologically neutral pure Titanium that is accepted by the human body and these implants fuse with the jawbone to form a secure foundation for tooth replacement.

Dr. Puneet Batra And Dr. Shweta both are Nobel Fellows.


What is a dental implant?

  An implant is a fine rod of metal that is inserted into the jawbone.

  It takes the place of the natural root, which was removed when the tooth was extracted.

  This titanium root or implant can anchor a replacement crown or a bridge that is cemented or screwed to it.

  Titanium is used as it is exceptionally well tolerated by the human body, and is seldom rejected.

  It is also extremely strong and durable.


Crown on Implant

Implant + Bar for Denture




The Treatment Steps

First step is the placement of titanium implants to replace the lost teeth. These implants will remain covered underneath the gum for approximately 3 to 6 months. During this time, the implants should fuse to the bone.

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implants and attaching a post to each implant. This completes the foundation on which the new teeth will be placed. In some instances, the surgeon may decide to place the posts at the time of surgery.

The Final step is the placement of your new teeth by your dentist. With techniques that ensure optimal size, shape, color and fit, your replacement teeth should blend with your remaining teeth.


Range of Solutions

Single Tooth Replacement

Back Teeth Replacement

Front Teeth Replacement


Full Lower Replacement

Full Upper Replacement


Is dental implantation a successful way of replacing missing teeth?

1. Dental implantation is a very successful method of replacing single or multiple missing teeth.

2. Implants can be used to anchor an individual replacement crown, or a bridge replacing one or more missing teeth.

3. Titanium implants can be used to support fixed bridges, even if there are no natural teeth left in the mouth.

4. Implants can also be used to support removable partial dentures, making them far more comfortable to wear.

5. A few implants can also make a full denture far firmer and more comfortable.

6. Implants permit normal and comfortable chewing.

7. Crowns and bridges anchored by implants are made to look natural and to match the surrounding teeth.

8. They are functional, as well as aesthetic.

Benefits of Implants

One key advantage of implants is that they fuse to the jawbone, offering stable support to artificial teeth. Dentures, bridges or individual teeth mounted to the implants won't slip or shift in the mouth, an important benefit while eating and speaking.

Some people may find the stability of implant-supported dentures to be more comfortable than removable dentures.This secure fit also helps replacement teeth feel more natural than conventional bridges or dentures.