Why Some Dental Implants Should Have A Gold Crown

The only visible part of a dental implant procedure is the prosthetic tooth (dental crown) that's now part of your smile. The actual implant (a small titanium screw) is inserted in your jawbone, replacing the root of the missing tooth. Once the bone heals around the implant, locking it into position, the crown can be added. Most dental crown implants are intended to look as much like a natural tooth as possible (and they're usually indistinguishable from the real thing). Read More