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Can You Put An Implant In Where a Tooth Has Been Removed?

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If you have had a tooth removed or your due for an extraction, then dental implants may be a suitable treatment for you. Implants act as the new roots of the tooth as they integrate with the jaw bone. They then hold in place the prosthesis which replaces the crown of the tooth (e.g. dental bridge, crown, denture etc).

How Do I Know If I’m Suitable For Dental Implants?

The suitability of dental implants will be very case dependent. What this means is, the site of the missing teeth will need to be assessed to ensure that an implant could be successfully placed. A few factors that need to be considered will be the patients general health & dental health. If you have poor health it can affect the success of the implant, and could cause it to fail. If you suffer from gum disease you will need to have this treated first as it can cause the implant to fail as well as other teeth to fall out.

To successfully place implants you will also need to have enough bone density in the jaw for the implant to fuse with. In some cases, a bone graft may be required before an implant can be successfully placed. Another factor is the space of the gap. If the space is too small, then an implant may not fit in the gap (depending on the anatomy of your jaw).

First Steps

With implant cases it can quickly become very complex and is not as straight forward as other treatments. Because of this, we offer free consultations so we can examine your case and discuss what treatments will be the most suitable for you. At the free consultation there may be a number of different options which can meet your needs. We will clearly explain all suitable options so you are able to make an educated informed decision on how you would like to proceed.

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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost Per Tooth?

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Dental implants are a secure method of replacing missing teeth. They will act as the root of a tooth, which then anchors in the porcelain crown on top. It is quite a common misconception that for each individual tooth you have missing, you will then need to have the same amount of implants for replacement teeth.

How Many Implants Will I Need?

This is very much dependent on where your missing teeth are. If you have a gappy smile and the gaps are not next to each other, then you will need to have a dental implant per gap. But for example, if you have three missing teeth which are adjacent to each other. It may be possible to have two dental implants which then bridge the gap (case dependent).

If you have a more severe case when you need to fully replace a full arch of teeth, then it could be 4-6 implants that are needed with an overdenture securely attached. What option will be the most suitable for you will be very case dependent as it does depend on the exact case of your teeth.

I’m Unsure What Treatment Is Best For Me

Knowing which treatment will be the most suitable for you can be quite difficult to determine, as modern dentistry allows for many different options now. We offer free consultations so we can assess your teeth (and gaps) to see which options are available to you. We will be able to examine your gaps and determine what restorations will be possible and how many implants will be needed to achieve your goals.

Affordable Monthly Payment Plans

Dental implants are considered the platinum option for replacing missing teeth as they offer stability and other benefits. As a result, this options tends to be have higher costs associated with them. We offer 0% & low interest payment plans that can break up the overall treatment cost into affordable monthly payments. After the free consultation we will give you a detailed treatment plan outlining the associated costs, which can then be used to determine the monthly cost.

Please do not hesitate to call us today and book your free consultation to explore your suitable treatment options.

Can You Pay For Veneers Monthly?

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If you are interested in getting that “hollywood smile” then dental veneers may be a suitable option for you. They are a thin porcelain material that are bonded to the surfaces of your teeth to give them that nice, perfect, rounded edge, in the shade of white you would like, for that truly dream smile.

Affordable Hollywood Smiles

Veneers are very much a cosmetic treatment that have been designed purely to enhance they way your teeth look. If you have any imperfections, blemishes, or chips, then veneers are definitely a treatment worth considering.

We understand that private dental care can be expensive for people and it might mean the cost can put people off. We are able to offer flexible 0% & low interest payment plans that can help break up the cost of treatment.

How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost?

At our clinic we offer a variety of treatments to meet our patients needs & budget. These include both composite veneers & porcelain veneers.

Composite veneers are a more affordable option where as the porcelain variety are more durable and made out of a higher quality material. We also offer a variety of porcelain veneers, with one of the main popular brands being Emax Veneers.

What Veneer Will Be The Most Suitable For Me?

If you are interested in exploring your options, we offer free consultations so we can asses your teeth & needs to see which options will be the most suitable for you. We will be able to explain the benefits of each treatment and what it will mean for your individual case.

How Much Will It Cost Each Month?

This will be very dependent on the exact treatment you go ahead with. After the free consultation we will send you a detailed treatment plan outlining the options that were discussed with the associated prices. Once we know which option you are interested in we will be able to work out the monthly cost for you. By looking at longer term finance plans we will be able to reduce the monthly cost to meet your needs. Please do not hesitate to call us today and book your free consultation.

Can Dentures Be Adjusted?

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If your once well fitted dentures are starting to feel loose and not as comfortable as they used to be, it might mean that your dentures are due for an adjustment. What this means, is the base of the denture needs to be relined to match the new measurements of your jaw line.

Why Do Dentures Need To Be Relined?

A common problem associated with loosing teeth is the affects it has on your jaw bone, which is known as bone resorption. The bone around the missing site of the tooth will start to fade away causing the once well fitting dentures to become loose and uncomfortable. The speed at which bone resorption affects patients will vary from person to person. The relining is a process where the clinical denture technician will take your existing denture and modify them to fit the new ridges of your jaw. We will assess your mouth to identify what needs to be done and if it is possible with your current denture.

Do Dentures Have To Be Relined?

When getting dentures it may put you off to know that in the future you might need a denture reline to adjust your dentures. If you are looking for a more permanent and stable option, then dental implants may be a more suitable option for you. The implants will act as anchors for your dentures to securely hold them in place. One of the main benefits associated with having dental implants, is the healthy bone growth it offers to the jawbone as they fuse together. What this means is, it can help combat the affects of bone resorption, allowing for you denture to remain comfortable and stable.

Free Denture & Implant Consultation

If your denture are feeling uncomfortable and you would be interested in having it relined, or you are perhaps looking at a more permanent solution with dental implants, please do not hesitate to call us today and book your free consultation.

Can You Have a Lingual Brace and a Normal Brace At The Same Time?

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It is quite common that your upper and lower arch may require different types of braces to meet your needs. In these instances, it is possible to have for example lingual braces on the upper arch and 6 month smiles on the lower (or vice versa). You wouldn’t need to have both types of braces on the same arch of teeth as it would be counter productive for each of the brace trying to correct your teeth.

Which Combination of Braces Would Meet My Needs?

This is very much case dependent as it does solely depend on what severity and situation your upper and lower teeth are in. At the free consultation one of our experienced orthodontic dentists will examine both arches to asses which options will be the most suitable to meet your needs. We are able to offer an extensive range of orthodontic treatments that enables us to treat many different types of teeth correctional needs.

Why Would I Need Lingual Braces?

Lingual braces are quite different to traditional metal braces that are fixed on the fronts of the teeth. They are 100% hidden as they are bonded to the backs of the teeth. They use gentle forces to correctly align the patients teeth over a period of time. The treatment is designed to treat the front (visible) teeth of either the upper or lower arch. If more severe structural changes in the jaw is needed then a more suitable option may be damon braces.

Why Would I Need 6 Month Smiles?

We have had quite a few of our patients in the past who have had a combination of lingual braces and 6 month braces to achieve their teeth straightening needs. 6 month smiles are a cosmetic brace that have been designed to correct the teeth cosmetically. What this means is that it focuses on the visible part of the teeth rather than the roots and crown of the tooth. This means much quicker treatment times than other options. This is a fixed option on the fronts of your teeth. The braces can either be metal or clear ceramic to meet your needs.

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If you are looking into straightening your teeth but you are not sure which option will be the most suitable for you, please do not hesitate to call us today and book your free consultation.

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