Implants

In simple terms, dental implants are posts that support 

   replacement teeth, directly to the jaw bone.

Implants can replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, a whole arch 

   or an entire set of teeth, with denture stabilisation.

 

Stability - Dental implants are attached to the bone, giving replacement 

teeth complete stability compared to older methods, such as gum-mounted 

dentures.

 

Durability – With regular maintenance, as well as proper care and attention, 

dental implants can last for decades. In fact, the risk of dental implant failure 

is extremely low.

 

Comfort – Dental implants eliminate the pain and discomfort of

removable dentures. Exposed nerves and gum tissue irritation may 

add to the discomfort.

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