Dental Implant Surgery in Toronto

A missing or damaged tooth has the power to lower your health, confidence, and overall quality of life. With the help of the esteemed, Dr. Suzanne Caudry and her dream team staff, your smile and self-confidence will be restored. If you would like to learn more about dental implant surgery, contact our offices at (416) 928-3444 to schedule your consultation.

One of Toronto’s Leading Dental Implant Specialists

As a celebrated periodontist and oral surgeon, Dr. Caudry, Ph.D., DDS, MSc, has helped provide dental implants for many clients, and with stunning results.

With over twenty years of experience, Dr. Caudry has established herself as one of the world’s foremost experts in periodontics and digital dental implantology. Always eager to share her ongoing research, knowledge, and expertise, she has spoken at conferences internationally and has the distinction of clinical instructor at the University of Toronto’s periodontal department.

Alongside Dr. Caudry is her exceptional team of administrators, assistants, and medical anesthesiologists who help to make every patient experience more wonderful than ever. Here, we are in the business of restoring smiles through dental implantology and compassionate patient care. Let us restore yours today.

When You Fear a Tooth Replacement Is in Order

Whether you are tired of living with a smile that doesn’t feel like your own, or when you feel like you can no longer ignore the pain of a deteriorating dentition, we are here to help you. After reviewing your health history and a thorough examination, we will develop a specialized plan for you. We can provide single tooth or full mouth dental implants to restore your confidence and smile.

If you think you may need dental implant surgery, our team will be there to aid and assist you and determine if it’s the right operation for you. We’ll provide a comprehensive assessment of your teeth and oral health, ensuring you know your treatment options, as well as the risks and benefits of each of them. Feel free to reach out to us, and we’ll be happy to schedule you in for a personal consultation.

Excellent Dental Services from the Start

We begin catering to your needs the moment you walk through our door. Right from the very start, our attentive staff will be on hand to address every concern you might have. Are you unsure whether your insurance covers our services? Just ask our hard-working administrative staff. Are you feeling nervous about your examination? Let our welcoming atmosphere and our team’s helpful answers soothe your anxieties.

Your very first visit to our facilities includes an overview of your medical history, an examination, and x-rays if necessary. While conducting these examinations, we will answer any questions you might have about our affordable dental implants. We want you to feel comfortable under our care. When you choose us, we want you to assure you that you’ve made the right choice.

We will even help you find a general dentist if you don’t already have one. If you do have one, we will work closely with them to ensure they provide with the most appropriate aftercare for your surgery.

Dental Implants Are Our Specialty

Though implantology has been in practice for over 50 years, the practice has and continues to evolve significantly. Dr. Caudry and her team have been at the forefront of the latest developments.

Through the integration of digital workflows, the treatment planning process has never been easier or more exact, and that says nothing about the surgical process.

Computer-Guided Dental Surgery

Intraoral scanners and digital technologies have completely revolutionized the way we practice dentistry. They do not just improve the planning and preparatory stages of oral surgery either, they also have improved the surgical stage too. Rest assured, Dr. Caudry has embraced—and mastered—these technological innovations to the fullest.Dr. Caudry is no stranger to being at the forefront of periodontics. She was one of the first periodontists in North America to integrate digital workflows into her practice. She is always looking for new ways to increase surgical accuracy and patient comfort.

We’re proud to be a leading practice that uses computer-guided surgery techniques. By harnessing the power of computer-assistance technology, we’re able to minimize the risks and improve the predictability of our procedures. For our patients, that means faster recovery times, less discomfort, and less time in the chair.

Recently, Dr. Caudry’s office purchased a Dentsply Sirona intraoral scanner known as the Omnicam. This state-of-the-art piece of equipment allows for dental impressions to be taken digitally. That means no more mess, no more discomfort, and no more awful taste in your mouth! At our practice, we strive to be always improving the patient experience —and through the use of advanced technology, we continue to achieve that aim.

The Digital Dental Implant Procedure

Dr. Caudry is an innovative practitioner committed to making dentistry more accessible, less intrusive, and less uncomfortable for her patients. One way she’s doing that is through the use of digital-impression technology: a pioneering technique for casting an imprint of a patient’s teeth.

Dental impressions were once a messy, uncomfortable, and time-consuming procedure, requiring the patient to bite down on a sticky tray adhesive to create a mold of their mouth. Not anymore. At our practice, we use the CEREC Omnicam to create a digital impression of your teeth and gums. The Omnicam allows us to capture the same information as a traditional cast impression, but without all the mess and duress of a traditional mold.

There are many advantages to our safe and innovative approach to oral surgery. Despite fewer appointments and less chair-time for our patients, there is greater potential for accuracy and much less discomfort during the scanning process, as well as the surgical procedure.

What You Can Expect from the Dental Implant Procedure

After your dental exam and overview of your health history are completed, we will develop a specialized surgical plan just for you.

Surgery begins with us freezing where the implant will be going. To ensure maximum comfort, our team of medical anesthesiologists will be happy to offer a wide range of sedation options detailed below.

The implant is then placed into your gum’s bone, and an abutment is placed onto the implant. Afterward, the soft tissues are sutured to ensure it can heal seamlessly. Once the bone has attached itself to the implant, the small abutment is replaced with a tooth expertly designed for you.

Healing time for the surgery varies from person to person. We prefer not to rush the healing process, but some people have been able to receive their new tooth almost immediately after the implant has been placed. Our pioneering approach allows us to minimize the invasiveness of our surgery, ensuring our patients enjoy a swift recovery.

A Relaxed and Comfortable Tooth Replacement Courtesy of Dr. Suzanne Caudry

Many people are wary of visiting an oral surgeon because of the discomfort and pain associated with surgery. Here, however, our medical anesthesiologists offer a variety of sedation options ranging from twilight sleep to complete sleep.

Due to our ability to provide comfort during your procedure, we can complete multiple treatments in a single appointment. Your treatment will require fewer visits and fewer disruptions to your day-to-day life. You’ll be done and ready to go in no time.

Dental Implants are the Real Thing

Why choose dental implants over the alternatives? The reason is simple: Dental implants are the closest thing imaginable to a real tooth. In terms of performance and appearance, they are virtually indistinguishable.

Dentures and resin-bonded bridges may look similar to natural teeth, but they also wear faster over time, and they will need to be replaced as you age. Plus, they can feel unnatural in your mouth—dentures especially, since you need to remove and insert them. What’s more, resin-bonded bridges have a higher failure rate and need to be re-bonded regularly.

By contrast, dental implants look, feel, and function just like a natural tooth. They are the only option that is a permanent solution, requires similar upkeep as your other teeth, and prevents bone and gum loss.

Your custom-made crown will be perfectly suited for your existing smile. It will give you the confidence you need to show your teeth freely, and it will be as strong as a healthy and natural tooth. For a picture-perfect smile, dental implants are the only way to go.

Post-Operative Care at Our Dental Implant Clinic 

After your surgery, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to assess sutures and place your crown. The thoroughness of our team ensures that your implant will heal wonderfully, and you’ll have all the information you need to look after your new tooth after receiving it.

We strive to provide the most comprehensive patient care possible. Following surgery, we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about your recovery, and we’ll do everything we can to ease the process. Many of our patients opt for Advil and/or Tylenol for pain relief, but we can also provide you with a prescription for medication if necessary.

Contact Us Today to Learn More About Dental Implant Surgery

Whether you are looking to book your first session with us, or you are unsure whether your insurance covers our procedures, we invite you to contact us at (416) 928-3444. Our staff will answer all your questions and more.