Missing a single tooth?

A single implant will support a single crown and is the ideal solution when compared to conventional alternatives. 

The treatment is simple and the procedures are very minor when carried out by a well trained and experienced surgeon.

It is possible to remove the failed tooth, place the implant and build a tooth directly onto the implant all within a single appointment.

Whether you have lost a tooth through decay, infection or injury a dental implant is often the best option and is the next best thing to your natural tooth.

Other options would involve a denture which most people find loose and uncomfortable or bridgework which can involve drilling into healthy teeth next to the tooth gap.

Neil lost his front tooth through a sports injury. He had a denture for a while but could no longer eat properly as it moved every time he bit into something.

It was also pretty obvious he was wearing a denture as the tooth looked false and this made him embarrassed to smile. He wanted a fixed tooth back in place but as all his other teeth were perfect he certainly didn't want them to be touched in any way.

A single implant quickly and effectively solved his problems, now he can eat whatever he wants and no one can tell it is not one of his natural teeth.

Neil

 

Nelly had a client facing job and was embarrassed when she realised the gap left by a broken tooth was visible when she smiled- she couldn't cope with a single tooth denture even for a day  and need a fixed solution which was indistinguishable from a natural tooth.

We were able to remove the remaining portion of the tooth and place an implant and tooth on the same day so she never had to suffer with a gap.

Nelly

CONTACT

Email:info@implantingsmiles.co.uk    Phone:07909 186735

Pickering Dental Surgery

103-104 Upper Street

Islington, London

N1 1QN

Advance Dental Clinic

104 Moulsham Street
Chelmsford, Essex

CM2 0JG

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