Do you have dentures or are you thinking about getting dentures to replace your missing teeth?
If you have been using your dentures for a long period of time, you may already be experiencing some of the problems associated with your dentures becoming loose. Removable dentures are created to fit tightly against the gums, inside the mouth. However, with long-term use, the dentures will eventually become loose as the gums and jawbone which provide support to the dental appliance undertake the inevitable bone deterioration. As a result, the dentures may move unexpectedly inside the mouth, and may even fall out completely from the mouth.
Are you suffering from loose painful dentures?
You can put an end to your suffering by having dental implants at the Marylebone Implant Centre. When several teeth next to each other are missing, the strategic option in order to restore them may be a bridge supported by implants. In this case, 2 or more implants would give support to a 3 unit, or longer bridge. The number of implants supporting the bridge is dependant to the location of the bridge inside the mouth and to the engineering needs of that bridge (patients with a heavier bite may require more implants supporting a bridge). As the teeth replacement is held firmly in place by the implants, you will not have to worry about uncontrollable movement – you can rest assured that your smile will stay in place and will not cause embarrassing episodes.
Unlike some clinics who rely on imitation brands to lure patients with low prices, we only work with two of the most renowned implant companies in the world – Astra Tech Implant System and Implant Direct Sybron Solutions. The design, surface and mechanical connection of these implants ensure exceptional bone and gum levels with at least 25 years of successful functional outcome – unlike cheaper alternatives which have been known to fail after just two or three years.
Dental implants and the corresponding teeth restorations are designed to be used comfortably, as if you are using your natural teeth. When you have implants, you will not have to go through painful food chewing every meal time. The implants will also spare you from the uncomfortable experience of the dentures rubbing against your gums and soft mouth tissue. You can confidently smile, speak, chew, and eat with complete comfort with the help of dental implants.