Have you suffered from tooth loss? Making do with loose dentures or bearing up with unsightly gaps in your teeth? There is now a modern solution to restore your smile and improve your quality of life. Available across the UK and in Hampshire, dental implants are a clinically proven treatment for the restoration of missing teeth. At Dental Implants Hampshire, we deal with tooth loss all day, every day. Effectively reconstructing missing teeth with dental implants is the central focus of our modern practice.
A versatile solution
Dental implants can be used to restore the loss of a single tooth, multiple teeth or even a whole mouthful. With All-on-4 technology, we can completely restore a full jaw of teeth with just four dental implants. Whatever the cause of your tooth loss, dental implants in Hampshire provide a reliable and long lasting solution.
How do they work?
Dental implants are small titanium screws that are designed to encourage the growth of new bone when placed into the jaw. They are precisely fitted into the jawbone during a minor surgical procedure. This is made as comfortable as possible using local anaesthetic. After a period of healing, dental implants fully integrate into the jawbone. This ability ensures they are firmly secured in place, ready for the attachment of replacement teeth. This level of stability outstrips that of traditional dentures.
However, if dentures are something you are more comfortable with, you can still enjoy the benefits of dental implants in Hampshire with denture stabilisation. This treatment uses dental implants to provide a stable base to clip on your dentures, so you won’t need to deal with denture adhesives anymore.
What are the benefits?
With unsightly gaps filled, dental implants allow you to smile with confidence again. Restoring function to your missing teeth with their enhanced stability, you can also get back to enjoying all manner of foods.
In the long run, your dental implants in Hampshire will also protect your gums and jawbone from shrinking. This often occurs after tooth loss, even with long-term denture use.
To find out if you can enjoy the many perks of dental implants, get in touch with Dental Implants Hampshire.