Implant-Retained Crowns & Bridges
A dental implant is actually a prosthetic root that is placed directly into the jaw, and once there, it can be attached to any number of restorations to complete the smile. If you are missing a single tooth, we can connect a custom-made, all-porcelain crown to an implant to give you a brand new tooth. We can even use these implant crowns to support a bridge to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. In the end, these implants will perfectly blend with the rest of your smile, and you can look forward to them lasting for 30 years or more!
Are your dentures a liability? Do they make you hesitate to smile or order your favorite foods? If so, dental implants can change that. We can make you a denture that snaps onto multiple implants placed into your jaw to give you a rock-solid hold like never before. Compared to a traditional removable denture, the fit will be much more secure, it will last longer, and you’ll also have a much stronger bite force.
With this procedure, a patient can literally have an entire row of teeth restored in just one day. It’s truly amazing! After placing from just four to six implant posts, we can make a bridge that connects to them immediately, so that you never have to deal with teeth that come in and out of your mouth. . This treatment is so versatile that it can even work for patients who have suffered bone loss due to tooth loss. You can literally wake up that morning with an incomplete smile and go to bed that night with a full set of teeth.
YOU’VE LOST TEETH? DON’T LOSE HOPE, TOO.
Affordable Dental Implants In South East London
DENTAL IMPLANTS ARE REPLACEMENT TEETH THAT LOOK GREAT AND TRULY LAST.
Dental implant technology is a remarkable advancement in dentistry. A dental implant is a replacement tooth that is designed to look and feel like a real tooth. Every dental implant has a root, which replaces your natural tooth root. The dental implant root is always made of titanium. Once our dentist inserts the implant root into your jawbone, the titanium root will actually begin to bond with your natural bone tissue. You end up with a replacement tooth that stays firmly in place permanently!
The visible part of the dental implant is called the dental crown. This piece is crafted to look like your natural teeth—in color, shape, size, and position.