Dental implants are one of the great solutions we offer at Dental Implants Hampshire to patients who have missing teeth. Whether you have one tooth missing or multiple teeth, you can consider this innovative dental procedure. It is designed to give you prosthetic teeth that function in very similar ways to your natural set.
To begin with, you have a consultation with one of our practitioners who assesses your needs and suitability. Most people are suitable for dental implants either straight away or after some preparatory work.
You may require some extraction work to remove the remains of old teeth. If you have healthy teeth then these do not need to be removed in order to have dental implants. However, if any of your other teeth are nearing the end of their useful lifespan then your dentist will talk to you about having these replaced at the same time as you others.
Dental implants are embedded in the jawbone. This means that you need to have the required density in your bone to support the implants and withstand the forces of chewing that your new teeth will experience. If you have had some deterioration already then you might need to consider a bone graft to build up the required environment for your procedure.
At Dental Implants Hampshire, we have worked with many patients to give them new teeth through dental implants. This means we have lots of experience addressing the common concerns. These usually revolve around the process itself, the cost of the procedure or the required healing time afterwards. Dental implants do require commitment to a long term process. However, the results are very positive and restorative for your smile and for your life.
What we can do
When you work with us at Dental Implants Hampshire, we make sure that we talk through all of your concerns beforehand. There is usually something we can do to help or reassure you. Many patients find that just talking things through with one of our professionals helps to alleviate any worries. Preparation and information are key to successful, comfortable procedures so we make sure you have plenty of both.