At Chipping Norton Dental Implant Centre, we believe in complete transparency with our patients. Whatever you want to know, from information about qualifications, to details on our experience, through to hygiene protocols, we are happy to share it with you. We think this builds trust and helps you to have confidence in us. This, in turn, assists with your ability to relax and have comfortable, successful treatments with us.
In keeping with this policy, we provide patients with information about the challenges of dental procedures as well as the benefits. When you have dental implants in Oxfordshire at our clinic, one of our team will talk you through everything you want to know and give you all the information you need to know.
Dental implants in Oxfordshire can give you a new lease of life. If you have been avoiding social situations because of problems with your teeth, then restoring them will help you to get back out there. This is because they look and feel very similar to normal teeth. Unless you want to tell everyone, no one will know the difference between the teeth that are mounted on your implants and the teeth you had before. Any everyday functions that you have been missing will be accessible to you again.
As an added bonus, teeth on dental implants do not get cavities and do not discolour. This means you can look forward to having them for years to come without any dental issues. You will still need to take good care of your gums and any remaining teeth.
Dental implant surgery is not the lowest budget option available for teeth replacement. They are also rarely available with assistance from the NHS. This means you will need to budget for them. We may be able to give you guidance on spreading the cost of your dental implants in Oxfordshire.
If you do not have the required depth or thickness in your jaw bone prior to surgery then you may need a bone graft or sinus lift. This is where material is taken from elsewhere in your body or obtained from an external source and fixed to your jawbone or the floor of your sinus cavity. Over time, this knits with the existing area and provides a more suitable environment for your implants.