Are you missing a tooth or teeth? If so, we want you to know that a lifetime of wearing dentures isn’t the only future that lies ahead. Advances in dental technology now bring you dental implants. At the Chipping Norton Dental Implant Centre in Oxfordshire, dental implants are our bread and butter. So you can be assured of high quality treatment with reliable results. This clinically proven solution to missing teeth can bring back your confident smile and allow you to fully enjoy mealtimes again.
How do dental implants work??
Dental implants can be thought of as artificial tooth roots. Made from lightweight titanium, these screws are placed directly into your jawbone to provide a firm foundation for replacement teeth to be fitted onto. What’s more dental implants encourage new bone and blood vessels to weave in and around them. So you really can enjoy a level of stability that dentures just can’t match.
A single dental implant can hold several teeth, making this treatment an ideal solution for the loss of multiple teeth as well as just a single tooth. At our practice in Oxfordshire, dental implants can even be used to replace a complete jaw of teeth using All-On-4 technology.
Dental implants involve a minor surgical procedure. This is usually carried out under local anaesthetic. However we also offer sedation to help more anxious patients feel relaxed and comfortable. You will need time to heal, usually three to six months. During this time your gums will heal and your dental implants will fully integrate into the jawbone. We will then construct your replacement teeth. Once they are fitted you will be ready to get on with your daily life just as you did before you experienced tooth loss. We will give you all of the advice you need to keep your dental implants in good condition, so they will last as long as your natural teeth.
Choose us for your dental implants
We have a 99% success rate when it comes to fitting dental implants in Oxfordshire. So get in touch today and look forward to a long-lasting solution to the problem of missing teeth.