With a failing dentition, missing and loose teeth, dental implants gave the patient a "third set" of permanent teeth, restoring the form and function of lost teeth.
A missing single tooth can cause surrounding teeth to be lost, become tipped or crowded. A dental implant was placed enabling the patient to smile with confidence.
An accident caused a bridge on the upper front teeth to fail. An implant supported bridge was used to help spread the load of clenching and grinding across the entire bridge.
The “All on 4” procedure was used to replace the whole arch of failing teeth. This was completed in a single visit eliminating the discomfort and insecurity of loose, ill-fitting dentures.
Missing teeth were restored with dental implants. The dental implants closed the unsightly gap and allowed the patient to eat her favourite foods with confidence and without pain.
Painful, mobile teeth caused this patient difficulty when speaking and eating. The smile was restored with "All on 4" dental implants, improving confidence, aesthetics and function.
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 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.
This toothless patient was given a new set of permanent teeth with fixed dental implants. No need to remove dentures any longer or use adhesives.
A combination of dental implants and precision attachments were used to give her back her smile.
Several missing teeth on one side of the mouth were making it difficult for the patient to eat. An implant supported fixed bridge, improved aesthetics and the ability to eat and chew.
Unsightly gaps left by missing teeth on the upper jaw were restored with single dental implants. Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth.
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