The nearest alternative to a natural tooth
Dental implants are one of the most effective ways of replacing a missing tooth, or teeth. Unlike a traditional denture or bridge, these are actually anchored to your jaw giving much greater support.
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An implant consists of an artificial root made of titanium and a natural-looking replacement tooth made of porcelain. The root is placed within the gum and fixed to the jawbone to give a strong and secure foundation onto which the replacement tooth is then fitted. Dental implants can be used to secure one or more teeth in place, right up to a full set.
These are one of the greatest leaps forward in dentistry in recent years and are as close to natural teeth as dentists can achieve at the moment.
If you decide to have implants, the treatment takes place over several months. Starting with an initial consultation, this is followed by the placing of the implant into the jawbone. After giving it a period of time to become firmly embedded, the replacement tooth is fixed on top of the post. The result is a dental solution that is all-but-invisible to the naked eye and even more hard-wearing than the original tooth.