Several missing teeth affect the bite and speech. A dental bridge secured to three implants meant that the new teeth were ready for normal use.
This patient had had 6 implants placed whilst abroad, two of which were loose. The 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. Implant supported bridges improved the quality of life.
Where there are two or more missing teeth, the dental implant replaces the root of the original tooth while the neighbouring teeth remain intact.
Teeth lost as a result of gum disease, resulted in the patient wearing an uncomfortable partial denture. Implants provided secure support for bridges.
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 were restored with implant supported bridges 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.
Missing teeth were making it difficult for the patient to eat. An implant supported bridge improved the ability to eat and chew.
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