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Do you currently struggle with dentures problems? Perhaps you feel nervous about eating or socializing with others due to worrying your dentures may slip or fall out? These are common issues, and while it is sometimes possible to reline or remake a denture to get it to fit a little better, the underlying problem still remains. This is due to the way the jawbone changes shape after your teeth extracted for dentures.Request Service
Dental implants are the most advanced and effective solution if you are missing one or more teeth, or are facing tooth loss. Treatment is very versatile, and you may use dental implants to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. The technology is so good it is even possible to replace entire arches of teeth, so there is no need to put up with unstable and uncomfortable dentures, and it is sometimes possible to place a dental implant at the same time the tooth extracted.Contact Us
Dental implants are a good choice for replacing a single tooth, and offer several clear advantages compared to dental bridges. Even the loss of a single tooth can destabilize the teeth adjacent or opposite so it is important to replace it. A dental implant is the only option that replaces single missing teeth while only having a positive effect on the remaining natural teeth.Request Service
Using bone taken from another site in your body greatly helps reduce the chances of rejection, but it does mean undergoing an additional procedure to remove the bone. The bone might be taken from your chin, or from another site such as your hip.
It is usually taken in the form of a block, that is then grafted onto your jaw and secured in place with tiny titanium screws.
A gap in between your teeth can detract from an otherwise attractive smile, but can also cause problems for your remaining natural teeth. The teeth adjacent to the space will gradually begin to drift out of position, which can mean you begin to develop unwanted and unsightly spaces in between other teeth.
Tooth loss also affects your opposing teeth, as they rely on biting and chewing to help keep them in position. If they cannot bite against another tooth they will gradually drift towards the empty space (over eruption). This can affect your bite, and may be awkward and costly to put right.