An implant-supported crown is a dental prosthesis that replaces a missing tooth. This is done by inserting an artificial titanium root (dental implant) into the jawbone and attaching an artificial tooth (crown) to it.
It is either screwed or cemented in place and cannot easily be taken out. Implant supported crowns are the most common type of restoration used on patients who are missing only one tooth.
It is a long-lasting and more natural-looking method of replacement.