Is something missing in your life?
The lifestyle choices you make can have big impacts on your dental health. High sugar diets can lead to rotten teeth, while high impact sports can also place your pearly whites in the firing line.
Whichever way you lose your teeth, dental implants can be a great solution for getting your quality of life back. Rather than wearing removable dentures, dental implants are fitted to your jaw permanently. They can replace one or more teeth, and a complete denture (known as “all on four”) can return excellent functionality and aesthetics to your smile.
- Single tooth
- All on Four Implant Dentures
Dental implants are now routine procedures, however, as it is not a procedure you are likely to have to undertake often, Claremont Dental understands that the decision to have a tooth implant is not taken lightly.
To give you an idea of what to expect before, during and after receiving a tooth implant, we have outlined the possible processes below.
If you are considering teeth implants, the best course of action is to book a consultation with our experienced dentist, Dr. Daniel Abbondanza.
Full set teeth implants
Full set teeth replacements offer an alternative to those who wear dentures or are about to lose most or all of their teeth.
Single implants or several teeth
Single or multiple teeth implants are usually done in 2 stages separated by 3-4 months, but can also be immediate when appropriate. This is different to when full dental implants are considered, which can often be done as an immediate procedure.
The course of treatment outlined below for a single tooth implant or multiple teeth implants to replace a missing segment of teeth, is one of several options available to you – your dentist will advise you on the best solution for you.
Implant supported dentures are an affordable solution for increased stability and retention for removable dentures. Implant-supported bridges with acrylic or ceramic teeth, the ultimate solution for missing teeth.
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