With dental implant, we can use an implant to replace a single tooth, which is by far probably one of the simplest procedures. The implant is placed. Today's implants, we use a lot of times is a one-piece implant. The implant has the post and a crown is made to go right on top of it, it just like you grew a new tooth. Other ways of using dental implant is to do crown and bridge where we place maybe six or seven implants and we build a bridge, which is permanently cemented and attached to those implant. This type of appliance of bridge, or a fixed bridge as we would call, is attached to your jawbone through the implant and it is not removable. Another option is where we use implants on what we call a fixed-removable appliance. That type of appliances, the implants are permanently attached to your bone, but the teeth actually snap on to the appliance, on to the implants through a bar or a different type of attachment. These are great alternatives for patients who have lost bone and lost a lot of teeth for a long period of time. The other techniques of using single tooth, multiple teeth, and dentures sums up about most of the cases for implants.