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Dental Implants

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a titanium screw that is placed into the jawbone, fuses with it and acts like a bionic root ready to support a porcelain tooth, a row of bridgework, or a full set of teeth.

It is the gold standard for replacing missing teeth and the closest thing we currently have to Mother Nature. Success rates for dental implants are generally over 95% and with proper care they can last a lifetime. It is a predictable well-established procedure.


Improved self-esteem

It has been proven that enhancing your smile increases your confidence and quality of life. When your teeth look their best, and you can eat and chew with comfort and freedom the benefits of this are priceless.

Improved appearance

replacement teeth are bespoke-made out of porcelain or acrylic from our highly skilled technicians so your dental implants should look and feel like natural real teeth.

Better eating

Implants, unlike dentures, do not move around and slip when you are eating and so increase the enjoyment of eating considerably. Usually they are fixed in with tiny hidden screws rather than glue which also give them an advantage over other teeth replacements which are fixed with cement such as crowns or bridgework. As the roof of the mouth is also not covered you can feel and taste your food much better and the enjoyment and pleasure of eating is enhanced further.

Improved speech

Dentures often cover a large area of the mouth, including the palate (roof of the mouth) and can feel thick or bulky and/or move around and so impair your speech. Implants are fixed in place so do not move and only take up the space needed to replace the actual missing tooth or teeth and so you can talk comfortably and normally.

Long term solution

Implants are very durable and should last many years and can even last a lifetime if cared for properly and maintained regularly

Improved oral health

Dental implants are straightforward to clean and do not have a negative impact on adjacent teeth. They have better oral hygiene than dentures which can trap plaque all over the areas of the mouth where the denture sits.

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