Dental Implants

If traditional dentures don’t always suit everyone so what are the options available to you – Dental Implants may be the answer.

A Dental Implant is an artificial replacement for your tooth or teeth which has a titanium root. Titanium has proven to be more durable than any other material and a successful and permanent solution to the problem of having missing teeth.

The Dental Implant is surgically embedded into your jawbone and once your treatment is complete, your implant is permanent and a very successful method of restoring your mouth’s structure and appearance.

Dental implants are much more resilient and more functional than dentures. Your bite is improved and with the stability of dental implants and eating and chewing is easier.

Another advantage with implants is the impact it has on your speech. You will find it much improved as missing teeth is liable to cause a speech impediment as your jawline can deteriorate because of it. This can affect confidence but dental implants can take care of that.

Working with dental implants incorporates a process called osseointegration. This is the process wherein your implants successfully fuse to the natural bone tissue. If you find you’re a suitable candidate for this procedure, there is a high success rate. When your mouth has healed from the treatment, our dental practitioners will then start to work on restoring your mouth to its original healthy state. Your new teeth will be restored with crowns or a bridge

The procedure involves a period of initial recovery, while the implant fuses to the bone. This process is known as osseointegration, which describes the fusion of the titanium implant with your natural bone tissue. In appropriate cases, this has a 95% success rate.

Following this healing period and when the implant has properly embedded itself, our dentist can start restoring the new tooth with a crown or bridge work and your treatment will be complete. You can then start to eat normally once more.

Contact us about Dental Implants on 01236 763341 where you will find the best advice on how your treatment can be adapted to suit you and your lifestyle and without any obligation on your part.

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