Some people find that removable dentures come with a host of embarrassing and annoying issues. Many of them also find that dental implants in Hampshire can help do away with those issues, permanently.
In Hampshire, dental implants can mean no longer having to survive on soft foods only, but once again being able to eat whatever you like. Imagine biting into your first apple in 20 years.
Dental implants in Hampshire also look more like natural teeth, and behave like them too. For some people this means no longer having to suffer the embarrassment of their teeth moving around in the mouth or worrying that they might even tumble out like in some dreadful comedy show. And there is no more squirming with shame when a house guest finds your teeth in a glass in the bathroom.
These tangible improvements to quality of life come from the fact that dental implant technology fixes artificial teeth into your jawbone, so that they behave like natural teeth. People can eat whatever they like, and brush their dental implants just like they brush your normal teeth (which, we at Hampshire Dental Implants hope is twice a day with a recommended toothbrush, toothpaste and great care).
How do dental implants work?
Dental implants are tiny metal screws, often made of titanium. The dentist fixes them into the bone of your jaw where your old tooth or teeth used to be. This is a surgical procedure, and once it has been carried out, several weeks are needed for the Hampshire dental implants to settle in and mesh with the jawbone. Once this time has elapsed, the patients returns to Hampshire Dental Implants so that artificial teeth, which have been custom-made to blend in with the patient’s own tooth colour and overall shape and look, are screwed onto the dental implants. If more than one tooth is needed, patients can have a bridge screwed onto two or more dental implant screws.
And that’s it! The patient is now ready to resume a normal life, eat what they like, laugh, cough, and generally behave like a person with a full set of their own teeth. What could be better?