Tooth Replacement with Dental Implants

Tooth Replacement with Dental Implants

When teeth are missing, or dentures are unstable, they can be replaced using a variety of materials and techniques that will make the ‘new’ tooth look natural. We also replace fillings, laminates and crowns that have started to look unnatural.

Dental implants normally involve the placing of an artificial root, made of titanium, in the jaw to serve as an anchor for a replacement tooth. The bone grows around the root so that the implant becomes securely integrated into the bone structure. A crown that matches the surrounding teeth is then placed over the artificial root. Implants can be a long-term solution for anyone wanting to replace missing teeth, close unsightly gaps, or secure unstable dentures.

Implant-supported replacement teeth look, feel and function like natural teeth, and great techniques mean they now last as long or even longer than your own teeth, provided that they are cared for. Using the latest technology, we can install some dental implants in just one hour.

Smile Implants

This is explained more fully in the second book in this series

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