An implant serves as a surgical device implanted within the jawbone, integrating with bone over time. It acts as a prosthetic root to replace a missing tooth, anchoring a new tooth or bridge. The process, known as osseointegration, fuses dental implant and jawbone. Success rates vary based on implant placement, generally reaching up to 98%. Dentures, or false teeth, replace lost natural teeth. They can replace a few missing teeth or all teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues—a range known as full dentures. Tooth loss arises from decay, gum disease, or injury, influencing denture need based on teeth lost.