Dental Implants

Dental implants are a great option to replace missing teeth. Implants are essentially an artifical tooth root onto which an artificial tooth is placed. The end result looks, feels and behaves like a natural tooth – implants are very durable and will last for many years if good oral hygiene is maintained. Implants also provide a great alternative to dentures and can be used to replace a single tooth, or even a full set of teeth.

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, usually made from titanium that is placed into the jaw. A crown or bridge is then fitted on top to replace the missing tooth. The procedure must be performed by a trained dentist and in the right hands, this is a simple procedure.

Dental Implants Explained

Why are implants needed?
The Procedure
Type of implant placement
After implant placement 
Appearance of finished teeth
Treatment timing
What happens if the implants don't take?
Factors associated with an increased risk of implant failure
Aftercare and maintenance requirements
Contraindications for implant treatment  
Possible complications of implant treatment 
Acceptance of implant treatment 
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