Dental Implants

Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth, and serve as artificial ‘tooth roots’. The earliest known example of dental implants dates back to the Mayan civilisation, where pieces of shell were inserted into the jaw bone. These days, however, we prefer to use titanium dental implants.

Recent technological advances mean that dental implant treatment may be much more straightforward than you think.

There are clear benefits to dental implant treatment: dental implants restorations resemble your natural teeth more closely than removable full or partial dentures, providing a solid, 'permanent' solution to missing or damaged teeth. In addition to restoring chewing and speech, the aesthetic result is often much-improved. Overall, our dental implant patients are left feeling more confident,  with an improved quality of life.

Our dental practice has been working with dental implants routinely for over 20 years. On-site access to extensive laboratory and scientific facilities makes our approach to even complex treatment, efficient and less invasive. We offer an extraordinary range of dental implant treatment options to suit each individual case.

James Cosmo after dental implant surgery James Cosmo after dental implant surgery
James Cosmo after final fitting of dental bridgework James Cosmo after final fitting of dental bridgework

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