Replacing Teeth

Missing teeth not only affect the function of your mouth but also your jaw bone. Without roots in the jaw, the bone begins to recess so over time, you will start to experience a sunken effect. Using implants to replace missing teeth, simulates the natural function of roots in the jaw. Using materials to support the implant we can encourage bone to regenerate around the implant, returning functionality of your teeth and confidence in your smile.

Dental Implants

Implants are regarded as a major advancement in dental care. Not only do they hold the aesthetic advantage of recreating natural teeth for a more appealing look, they also have the advantage of helping to safe-guard your overall oral health

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Dental Bridges

A bridge is an excellent way of restoring the appearance of a patient’s smile if they are missing one or two teeth or if they prefer not to wear dentures. They are effective at restoring a natural smile, holding the remaining teeth in place, and reducing the susceptibility of the patients remaining teeth to decay and gum disease.

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Dental Crowns

Crowns are a discreet and effective way of restoring and strengthening damaged, broken or weakened teeth. Each crown is individually modeled to fit perfectly over your existing tooth, making it strong and giving it a natural appearance.

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Dentures are removable appliances that enable people who are missing teeth to eat the foods they desire, talk naturally and smile with confidence.

Dentures can be used to both replace all the natural teeth where there is total loss and to fill gaps where there is partial loss.

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