Lost some or all of your natural teeth? Conventional bridge or denture not for you?
Dental implants offer a clinically proven and safe solution to getting back that great smile and being able to bite and chew with confidence.
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When you lose your natural teeth, the structure of your jaw as well as the shape of your face can change over time. This happens when the bone and surrounding tissues gradually deteriorate because of the lack of tooth root support, causing sagging in your cheeks and mouth. A dental implant supports the jaw as well as the surrounding teeth allowing patients to eat, talk and smile with confidence without having to stick to a soft food diet for the rest of their lives. Implants can be used to replace one or more teeth and provide a long lasting, natural and reliable solution to tooth loss.
Choosing implants has many advantages including:
- They look and feel like your own teeth
- There is no need to remove or alter surrounding teeth
- They are easy to clean
- Patients can eat as normal
- The bone structure is protected
- They provide a natural-looking solution
More about the treatment:
A dental implant is a substitute for a natural root and is usually made of titanium, a metal that is well-tolerated by the body. Implant treatment involves several visits to the practice, including an operation under local anaesthetic or sedation to insert the implant into the jawbone. Once the implant is inserted the body immediately starts healing around it and the implant firmly anchors in the jawbone. The implant needs several months to blend with your bone after which strong natural looking crowns, bridges or dentures can be attached to the implant by screws or clips. During this integration period, temporary dentures or bridgework can be worn as appropriate. In some cases, temporary teeth can be fixed to the implants while they integrate in a process known as ‘immediate loading’.
Understanding more about implant treatment and consent:
*Free consultations are for adults only, exclude any clinical treatment and are subject to availability.
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