Where two adjacent teeth are missing teeth, there may be the option to have two single dental implants or alternatively as we have used here, a single implant cantilevered restoration or simply put, two artificial teeth attached to one single dental implant.
A failing lower front tooth was removed and replaced with an immediate dental implant. Following a three month healing period, the new tooth was crafted, matching the colour and shape of the other natural teeth.
A missing lower left tooth was replaced with a dental implant, leaving the healthy neighbouring teeth intact, without having to ground down any neighbouring teeth.
A molar tooth had to be removed as a result of severe toothache. Three months later the tooth was restored with a crown on a dental implant, providing a long term permanent solution.
An old bridge and darkened teeth (as a result of previous root canal treatment) on the upper front teeth, was transformed with a combination of porcelain veneers and a single dental implant.
Following a tooth fracture, the tooth was removed. A single tooth dental implant was placed.
An infected tooth was removed. The single tooth gap was replaced with a dental implant.
A partial denture (false tooth on a plate) kept falling down resulting in the patient throwing it away. The site was replaced with a new tooth attached to a dental implant.
A missing back tooth was restored with a single dental implant, which looks, feels and functions like a natural tooth.
A missing front tooth is highly visible and can be a source of embarrassment. An implant crown looks and feels like your own tooth. No one need know!
Where a front tooth is missing or has been lost, a single dental implant can be placed giving a confident smile.
Missing teeth on the upper right side were restored with two single dental implants. The dental implants closed the unsightly gap and allowed the patient to eat her favourite foods with confidence and without pain.
Unsightly gaps left by missing teeth on the upper jaw were restored with single implants. The 'metal' circles showing here which are the entry points of the implants were subsequently covered with white fillings to give a seamless result.
Several missing teeth affect the bite and speech abilities. A dental bridge secured to three implants meant that the new teeth were ready for normal use.
This patient had had 6 single implants placed in the upper front teeth abroad, two of which were loose. The loose implants were removed and later a bridge was fitted.
This patient was missing nearly all of her back teeth on the top and bottom jaw. A comprehensive plan using single implants and dental bridges on implants helped to bring back a better quality of life and improved physical appearance.
Where there are two or more missing teeth, the dental implant replaces the root of the original tooth while the neighbouring teeth remain intact without having to be ground down for a conventional bridge.
As a result of gum disease, several teeth had been lost resulting in the patient wearing an uncomfortable partial denture. Implants provided secure and lasting support for the bridges, as well as improved ability to eat.
Unable to get on with a denture, dental implants were used to serve as the new roots to support a new dental bridge and new teeth, renewing the smile.
Several missing teeth on the lower jaw were restored with implant supported bridges on either side of the mouth, making it easier for the patient to eat, speak and smile.
Several missing teeth on either side of the upper jaw were restored with implant supported bridges, making it easier for the patient to eat, speak and smile.
Several missing teeth on one side of the mouth was making it difficult for the patient to eat. Dental implants supporting a fixed bridge, improved aesthetics and the ability to eat and chew.
Missing teeth in the upper jaw were replaced with a full arch dental bridge supported by 4-6 dental implants. A fixed option means no more pressure sores and other inconveniences that occur with conventional dentures.
Missing teeth in the upper and lower jaw were replaced with a full arch dental bridge supported by 4-6 dental implants. The advantages include improved ability to speak and laugh as well as an attractive aesthetic result while maintaining facial structure.
The patient’s quality of life was severely affected by painful worn, broken and missing teeth. Dental implants were used to secure a removable denture improving oral health and physical appearance.
The “All on 4” revolutionary procedure was used to replace the whole arch of failing teeth with dental implants supporting a bridge. This was completed in a single visit eliminating the discomfort and insecurity of loose, ill-fitting dentures.
This patients dentition was failing with several missing and loose teeth on both the upper and lower jaw. The smile was transformed with dental implants giving the patient a "third set" of permanent teeth, restoring the form and function of lost teeth.
This edentulous (toothless) patient was given a new set of permanent teeth with fixed dental implants. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures and adhesives.
This patient was unhappy with the appearance of her smile and had a failing dentition. A combination of dental implants and precision attachments were used to give her back her smile and help her feel better about herself.
The neglected teeth were removed and allowed to heal. The missing teeth were replaced with an aesthetically pleasing fixed implant supported dentures.