At Dental Implants Hampshire, we work in partnership with our patients to create individual treatment plans. These are designed to specifically meet your needs. If you want to replace missing teeth then you may be considering dental implants. This is a highly nuanced procedure with many variables that change from patient to patient. A personalised treatment plan ensures that you are getting the best out of your procedure.
Deciding to get dental implants
The first step might occur before you even get to us at Dental Implants Hampshire. This is when you make the decision to go ahead. If you have any concerns or doubts then we will be happy to talk through them with you. It’s natural to have questions and to want to know more before you agree to a dental procedure.
If, for any reason, you think you might be unsuitable for dental implants, it is still worth making an inquiry. New developments mean that this tooth replacement method is accessible to more and more patients all the time.
What happens next?
Once you decide to have dental implants, your dentist will start the process by making an assessment of your mouth, general health and history. They will do an examination and ask you a series of questions. It is important that you answer accurately as some things can affect the chances of a successful procedure.
If you are a suitable candidate then they can begin to plan your treatment with you. If you are not currently suitable then there may be adjustments that can be made to create the right environment for dental implants such as a bone graft. At Dental Implants Hampshire, we do everything we can to make it possible for you to have your teeth restored.
What can you do?
Ensure you have prepared any questions that you want to ask so your dentist can give you the information that is important to you. Once you decide to go ahead, they give you advice on preparation for your surgery and on aftercare.
Dental implants require a relatively lengthy healing period during which you will need to follow all of your dentist’s instructions carefully. This will help to ensure that you stay healthy and that your implants take hold successfully.