The process of placing dental implants alongside natural teeth One of the major selling points of dental implants is that they can be made to fit around your existing teeth - meaning you don’t have to have any teeth removed to have them fitted.
We understand that the thought of getting dental implants can be a source of anxiety, but we’d encourage you not to let your worries stop you from seeking potentially life-changing advice.
Whether you’ve lost a tooth due to an accident, infection or tooth decay, a dental implant offers a state of the art solution that looks and feels natural.
Now a standard method of tooth replacement, dental implants are a long-term solution to missing teeth and can last for decades if properly taken care
Losing a tooth is many people’s worst nightmare, as not only is it an uncomfortable experience but it can also make chewing difficult, and seriously affect your smile too.
When you have lost some of your teeth it can cause practical problems, such as making it harder to chew, as well as causing confidence issues, making you feel self-conscious when talking or smiling.
Dental implants are generally recognised as the modern way to replace failing or missing teeth. Undoubtedly, success rates are high, but as with any procedure involving a medical device, complications are a possibility. How successfully cases with implant complications are resolved will depend on the experience and expertise of your implant dentist.
Dental implants are generally recognised as the modern way to replace failing or missing teeth.
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