Have you lost all or some of your teeth? A denture or bridge doesn't have to be your only option. Thanks to advances in dentistry, teeth implants have been clinically proven to be a safe solution for creating the smile you have lost or long for. Leicester Award Winning Implant Dentist Duncan says "Not only will you look and feel good but you will be able to enjoy your food by eating with confidence."
A dental implant is a root-shaped biocompatible piece of titanium which bonds permanently to the bone of the jaw, a process known as osseointegration. This can support a new natural-looking tooth, or when placed in multiples a whole new set of naturally beautiful fixed teeth!
The procedure is painless and carried out using local anaesthetic delivered using our pain free "WAND". Sometimes sedation may be advised to help you feel more relaxed, but is not always necessary. Our clinic is extremely proactive when it comes to cross infection procedure and so full disposable drapes and gowns are used whilst the implant is being placed.
Duncan, our award winning implant dentist has used a German implant system called "Ankylos" for the last 15 years at our clinic in Leicester and found it to be excellent in every situation - in fact many other manufactures have tried to emulate its unique design features that make it a market leader in the implantology field....it's like having German engineering for your teeth!
Teeth implants, when placed properly show a long term success rate of 90% or better. With effective maintenance and home care, dental implants may last a lifetime.
- Your jaw bone and surrounding tissues start to resorb or disappear over time when you lose your natural teeth. Dental Implants stimulate the remaining bone to grow and mesh around the metal, along with tiny blood vessels, preventing bone loss.
- Retaining bone structure prevents the face from acquiring a 'sunken' look.
- Dental Implants restore function so you can eat as usual.
- Dental Implants are a natural-looking way to replace missing teeth.
Come and visit our Leicester Clinic for a complimentary consultation with our treatment co-ordinator.