Dental implants are a long lasting solution for missing teeth that can restore your smile and confidence. They look completely natural and can be used to replace a single tooth or an entire arch.
Dental implants have numerous benefits and are considered by many as the best possible solution for missing teeth. It is a good idea for most people to replace teeth that have been lost. Not solely for aesthetic reasons, but also to reduce the risk of oral diseases and damage to the neighboring teeth and to restore function to the mouth. Benefits of dental implants include:
Losing teeth can be a heartbreaking experience leaving some people to feel self-conscious about smiling in public. Gaps between teeth are not only unsightly but can also have an affect on your quality of life, as gaps influence your speech and make it difficult to chew food properly. Dental implants are the most effective solution for solving the problem of missing teeth.
A small titanium screw is inserted into the jawbone and once the implant fuses to the bone it provides a stable foundation for an artificial tooth (dental crown) to be fitted.
Dental implants are not cheap and they may be considerably more expensive than dental bridges and dentures. However, the implants in the bone itself can last a lifetime if covered for and maintained properly there with the crown or bridge where on top will need to be replaced from time to time in the same way as those supported on natural tooth roots. Considering this, the initial fees paid represents a long-term investment and this may work out cheaper in the long-run.
Please book an appointment online so that we can assess the condition of your teeth. You can use our quick and easy enquiry form or call 020 7247 5378 to speak to a friendly member of the Aldgate House Dental team.
At Aldgate House Dental Care, we pride ourselves on being clear and honest about all of our treatments. We have a friendly and professional team that are happy to answer any questions you may have. Take the first step by booking your consultation online or calling 020 7247 5378 today.