Many people require dental implants to replace their missing or broken teeth. Whether your teeth have rotted away or were broken on accident, dental implants are your best option to get that natural smile back.
If you’re living with a missing tooth but want something permanent than dentures or a bridge, a dental implant could be the safe and secure solution you’re looking for. Even if you do not have enough bone we can use many different techniques to help rebuild the bone or work around the challenge to insert dental implants.
A dental implant is a surgical fixture that is placed into the jawbone and allowed to fuse with the bone over the timespan of a few months. The dental implant acts as a replacement for the root of a missing tooth. Implants are the most natural way to replace missing teeth, they consist of two parts, a new tooth root (the implant under the gum) and the crown. Dental implants work in harmony with your body to become part of you, just like an artificial hip or knee replacement.
They look and feel naturally great; ultimately restoring people’s confidence and let them get on with their lives. Often people comment on how harmonious their smiles look and feel, smiling becomes natural again. Eating with fixed teeth is where everybody deserves to be. With dental implants, the fear has gone; eating is a pleasure, you can order anything from a menu with no total confidence. Dental implants can last for many years, preserving jaw bones and preventing facial sinking often seen in the ageing process.
Not enough bone?
Many patients have been told dental implants are not possible because they don’t have enough bone to support a successful outcome.
The great news is there are different techniques that can help rebuild the bone or work around the challenge. Most patients who do not have enough bone usually have either lost their teeth due to severe, advanced gum disease, trauma or cancer. In most circumstances complete bone loss is one of the major considerations to a successful outcome.
Struggling with existing Dentures?
Dentures may seem like your best option, but they come with complaints, the most common problem is that those who have them often struggle to eat or taste their food. As well as this, when talking dentures can become loose, making it hard for the individual to pronounce words properly, or worst-case scenario, they fall out completely when you’re trying to talk. People who have worn dentures have found they can rub and irritate your gums, leaving you with painful ulcers.
Everybody deserves to eat, smile and talk with confidence, without being worried about their teeth. At Mark Tangri Dental, we’re here to make that possible.
Dental Implants are always the best and most effective way to restore your smile. Once you have implants your new teeth will look and feel natural, although maintenance of your teeth is still essential to ensure good oral hygiene and prevent potential issues with your implants.
If you’re considering Dental Implants but you’re still unsure, please call us today on 0333 1234 999 for a chat, and let you know what options you have, it will probably be one of the best decisions you ever make!
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