Dental implants can help if you are suffering from any of the following issues:
- Poor fitting dentures
- Missing tooth/teeth which affects your enjoyment of food on a daily basis
- If you are missing all your teeth and wear a full denture
Types of dental implants:
Replace one single tooth
Sometimes an implant-supported solution is the best option, for instance: when a single tooth has been extracted or lost. In this case, the lost tooth is replaced with an implant, no neighbouring teeth need to be included in a small bridge solution.
Dental implant for missing teeth at the end of the dental arch
Implants are the best solution if the back teeth in the dental arch are missing, where there is no tooth available to support a bridge. If no implant is placed to help support the bridge, it will rock when chewing occurs. Over time, the pressure on the supporting tissues will result in wear and tear on the jawbone joint (temporomandibular joint).
Dental implants can replace all missing teeth by an implant retained denture or a fixed bridge
Fixed teeth in one day
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