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Non-Slip Dental Implant Solutions in Saint John

Tooth loss can be for many reasons, such as accidents, tooth decay, or even genes. If you face oral health and functional issues due to tooth loss, visit Millidge Place Dental Clinic – Dr. Murray Holburn. We offer dental implant solutions in Saint John to enhance your smile and help you with your chewing function.


Dr. Murray P. Holburn will initially check if the patient’s dental condition is suitable for inserting a dental implant. He and his team will work with a suitable restorative option depending on the missing teeth and gap positions.

Our passion drives our commitment to delivering optimal outcomes for you. We take the extra effort to ensure you understand every procedure clearly, allowing you to feel at ease throughout your treatment. Call us for a dental implant solution.




A dental implant will be ideal for you if you are just missing one tooth. Due to the implant's titanium post, your neighbouring teeth aren’t affected. Implants are unique and are done according to the natural detention of each person. If, with time or due to any reason, your implants get damaged, they can also be restored easily.

Single-tooth implant

Implant-supported bridge


Dental implants involve a titanium post and a prosthetic tooth. The post is inserted through surgery, and the tooth is placed over it. A titanium post is used as it is biocompatible. This makes it easy for it to fuse in the bone and provide anchorage for the artificial tooth. And it is due to the titanium post that the implant stays in place for a long time. Implants are useful for supporting bridges, dentures, or single-tooth restorations.

An implant-supported bridge is ideal if there is multiple teeth loss. Unlike the traditional bridge, this type of implant doesn’t require any support. If there is any wear and tear, it is also easy to restore. Implant-supported bridges are durable and match natural teeth to give you that perfect smile.


Dental implants are a leading choice for individuals seeking to restore their smiles and address the challenges of missing teeth. These remarkable innovations offer a multitude of benefits that extend beyond aesthetics. Implants are renowned for their great durability and resilience while seamlessly harmonizing with your existing natural teeth.

  • One key advantage of dental implants is their ability to enhance speech significantly. They provide stable support to dental prosthetics, preventing slurred speech or uncomfortable denture movement. 

  • Dental implants promote optimal oral health by preserving the integrity of surrounding teeth. Unlike traditional tooth-supported bridges, they don't require adjacent teeth to be altered, which means your healthy teeth remain untouched.

  • Dental uniformity is a hallmark of implants. These prosthetic teeth replacements are meticulously crafted to mirror your original teeth' shape, size, and shade, ensuring a consistent and aesthetically pleasing appearance. 

  • Enhanced chewing functionality is another remarkable advantage of dental implants. With their sturdy foundation securely anchored in your jawbone, you can once again enjoy a diverse diet without the fear of discomfort or instability. This improved chewing capacity contributes to better digestion and overall health.

Dental implants are not merely cosmetic enhancements; they improve speech, fortified oral health, and enhanced chewing functionality. Choosing dental implants makes a lasting investment in your well-being and quality of life.


Dental implants are an innovative, revolutionary solution for those with missing teeth, but not everyone is an ideal candidate. Generally, individuals with sound oral health and sufficient jawbone density are prime candidates for dental implants. However, age is not a determining factor; young and older patients can undergo the procedure. Certain health conditions, smoking habits, or specific dental conditions might not be ideal; please consult with the dentist. They will determine if dental implants suit you.


The dental implant procedure is a multi-step process that begins with a comprehensive examination and treatment plan. First, the dentist surgically places a titanium implant into the jawbone, which acts as an artificial tooth root. Over a few months, the implant fuses with the bone in osseointegration. After this healing period, an abutment is attached to the implant, and a customized crown is placed on top. The result is a sturdy and natural-looking tooth that functions like a real one.


Proper aftercare is critical for the success and longevity of dental implants. After the procedure, it's common to experience some swelling and discomfort, which can be easily managed with prescribed pain relievers and cold compresses. Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential; regular brushing, flossing, and professional cleanings are necessary. Avoiding tobacco products and attending follow-up appointments with your dentist are vital for monitoring the implant's progress. Dental implants can often last an entire lifetime with diligent aftercare.

Dental Implant Cases

Dental Implant Cases

Before: A single-tooth replacement is required to replace the missing upper central incisor.
After: Single implant is done with an all porcelain crown (cap), which is secured properly over the implant.

Dental Implant

Before: The patient needs an upper and lower arch rehabilitation.
After: After the upper denture was inserted and supported with lower implants and crowns, it supported the facial tissues. Moreover, it also added to the great smile and helped in chewing.

Contact Us for Dental Implant Solutions in Saint John

Ready to take the first step towards a radiant, confident smile? Our dedicated team in Saint John specializes in cutting-edge dental implant solutions. 

For more information on implants or to book an appointment, contact us today. We offer emergency dental appointments as well.

Reach out today to schedule a consultation and embark on your journey to restored oral health and a beaming, natural-looking smile.

Worried about Your Missing Tooth?

Let us help you replace the gaps with natural-looking dental implants.

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