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Dental Implants


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Implants are titanium fittings which adhere to the underlying bone structures of your mouth. They are useful in forming the base for different prosthetic dental fixtures which can replace missing teeth or enhance your smile.

What is an implant?

Implants are a long-term solution, for fitting prosthetic dental pieces into the mouth. They look like a screw and sit directly in the jaw, much like the root of your teeth.

The manufacturers of implants utilise high-grade medical titanium, which is ideal for fusing with bone.

Implant-based prosthodontics tend to feel more natural and last longer than other alternatives.

An implant requires some time to fuse with the bone, and in many cases, multiple appointments are necessary to fully complete the dental work. An advantage of implants is that they integrate directly with your jawbone, helping to maintain its structure and density despite the absence of your original tooth’s root.

Why would I need an implant?

Implants are suitable for a range of prosthodontic options. If you have teeth which are missing or can’t be restored, you might be a suitable candidate for an implant-based replacement.

Trauma, failed root canal therapy, gum disease, and tooth decay are some of the reasons you may need an implant.

Implants can replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth.

What are the benefits of an implant?

  • Implants fuse with the bone, much like natural teeth, which creates greater comfort while biting.
  • Implants are a long-term solution to missing teeth.
  • Improved self-esteem with a restored smile.
  • Improved oral health.
  • A mMore youthful appearance by maintaining underlying support for facial features.

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How much does an implant cost?

Treatments that make use of implants vary in cost, depending on the complexity and degree of treatment required.

To find out how we can help you, please call us today to book a consultation: 0121 550 6958.

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