Know More About the Options to Replace Your Teeth
Tooth replacement with dental implants is an extremely predictable procedure of cosmetic dentistry which is carried out when any of the teeth are missing from the mouth because of failing teeth/decay, accidents or to undergo a cosmetic change with those pearly whites to beautify one's facial features. The result is a convincing look, feel and function just like the natural teeth.
Note: The patient should have strong, jawbone and healthy gums to support the new roots.
There are namely three types of dental implants – Endosteal Implant, Zygomatic Implants, and Subperiosteal Implant.
The Endosteal Implant is inserted directly into the jawbone and can hold one or more artificial teeth via abutments.
Zygomatic Implants are a comparatively less common treatment where the patient does not have enough jawbone for the other two treatments. This is a complicated procedure in which the cheekbone is used as a base rather than the upper jaw
The Subperiosteal Implant has a metal base which is fixed under the gum tissue but above the jawbone. This option is less common but is an alternative for people with shallow jawbone or low jawbone density.
The replacement of teeth differs according to the requirements. Popularly you will find these three categories for teeth replacement.
At our “Sleep Dream Smile” clinic, we maintain the best dental practices and sleep dentistry at our clinic offered by expert dentists.. We treat patients on a weekly basis at our facilities and dental day surgery with general anaesthesia. Sleep Dream Smile, Blackburn offers an easy and convenient option for all ages to have sleep dentistry for all kinds of dental requirements. You can use our payment plan option for your dental treatment and book an appointment online whenever you like.
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Warning: “Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.” Results may vary from individual to individual.