Ace Dental

9 December 2016

Are dental implants in Kentish Town the answer to your missing teeth?

There is a solution out there for you if you have missing teeth. At our clinic in Kentish Town, dental implants are one of the things that you can consider and they are a popular solution for those who want top notch functionality alongside a natural looking smile.

The process of getting dental implants is one that is best explained to you by one of our skilled clinicians but, essentially, they are posts that are inserted into the jaw bone in order to support dental prosthetics such as crowns, bridges and dentures.

One tooth or lots of teeth?

Dental implants can be used to replace more than one tooth at once. One implant can support multiple teeth if they are next to each other or single teeth if they are not.

If you have multiple teeth missing, you will be able to keep the remaining teeth if you want to and if they are strong and healthy. If any of your teeth are likely to need replacing in the near future, you might consider having them removed so that you can get all your dental implants at once.The process can be quite involved and you do not want to repeat it frequently if you do not need to.

If you make an appointment to visit Ace Dental, Kentish Town, dental implants can be explained to you in detail including the number of treatments and the commitment you need to make to ensure the work is successful.

Denture stabilisation

Dentures are one of the tooth replacement options that can be fitted to your dental implants. If you are concerned about dentures slipping when you use them or would like a way to get your dentures to work in closer harmony with the natural movement of your jaw when you talk or eat then denture stabilisation may be the answer.

If you are considering tooth replacement for the first time, you may find that denture stabilisation is a more affordable option than full implants. If you already have dentures then this method can make a real difference. You would need to have new dentures made to fit the implants.

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