Dental implants are probably on of the greatest success stories in the world of modern dentistry, and yet, they have been around for decades. The thing was though that in the early days, the operation was fraught with complications; fitting one involved the use of scalpels and drills akin to those used in engineering which meant some pretty heavy surgery and hence, long recovery periods until the mouth healed- it also made it very expensive too. The breakthrough in this treatment however came with the use of computers, digital x-rays and laser surgery which completely refined the practise and precision of this procedure in dental surgeries everywhere, and now you can have an implant fitted in no-time at all, and with very little damage done to the jaw bone and gums, meaning healing is quick afterwards. The theory of placing a tiny rod of titanium into the jaw to house a fitting after tooth-loss still remains, but an implant is very strong and will more than likely out-live you and will give great anchorage to anything that you need. Talk to someone about this so that you understand all aspects of the treatment; Clifton Dental ply their trade around Swindon, so call them up for more information.
If you have gone through the shock and psychological damage caused by the loss of a tooth, or several teeth, you need to address it in order to get you mouth and smile back to normal and to maintain your oral health, as well as your looks when you smile. Dental implants have really become the dish of the day when getting a tooth replaced, once they have been screwed into place in the jawbone using laser surgery, they will heal quickly and when they are ready to be used, they will be incredibly strong and pretty much in for life- they also restore balance and freedom back to the mouth again. They have many uses as well in today’s world of dentistry; they can be the foundation for a single crown, can help anchor a dental bridge, or help to firmly hold dentures in place. It is because of the advances in technology that has made the procedure cheaper and more competitive among dentists, so in the end, it is you the patient that benefits from this wonderful treatment. For more about this in Weston-super-Mare, give Clifton Dental a call as they cover the town and can give you a precise low-down about dental implants.
Your teeth are constantly under threat from all manner of issues, most of which stem from plaque, and unless you learn how to handle them and deal with them as soon as they arise, the final outcome could be tooth loss; such is the fragility of your teeth. However, if you do go through the ordeal of losing a tooth or two, you’ll need a replacement and there is no finer on the market right now than the dental implant. This has many attributes that even your natural teeth don’t: it is incredibly strong once in place, permanent, and free from the attacks that plaque has to offer. Now, you may be fooled into thinking that this is a complex procedure- it once was, but in today’s dental surgeries, the operation is surprisingly simple. After a laser has pierced a hole through your gum tissue and into the bone below, with the most miniscule of damage, the implant can then be screwed into position. Following a cooling off period, you can have a crown fitted, as is required, to give you a brand new tooth and you’ll never have to worry about it again- you just carry on as normal. If you want to know more about this cracking little treatment, Clifton Dental over in Bristol are the experts to ask about all aspects of this treatment, and it just so happens that they serve the Bath region and will even point you in the direction to get it done.
When a serious crisis crops up, such as tooth loss, you must somehow regain your focus after the shock and think about ways you can overcome the problem. Advice from a professional can help to ease you through this choppy time and there are no better people to ask than Clifton Dental of Bristol; they serve the Bath area and they can enlighten you to the choices that you have, costs involved and where to go to get the work done. Somewhere in the mix will be the dental implant, and you should seriously consider this because it comes with a lot of benefits. Today, it has become quite a simple procedure to perform and once the implant has been located in the jaw, it will offer you immense security to your new choice of fitting. It is a lot stronger than your natural root and free from the many things that can trouble your natural teeth. The implant can be put in quickly, and as long as you give it time to heal, your new tooth/teeth can also be set into place soon after. The best asset to this treatment though is that an implant is permanent- with you for life and you will never have to worry about it once it is in.
For some people in Bristol, knowing all about your treatments beforehand can help you to put your mind at rest and drive you to make informed decisions about your choices, especially when it seems, on paper, quite a complex procedure such as having dental implants put in. You will want to know how long it takes, if it is dangerous, if you will suffer pain, how you need to recover from it and most important of all, how it will benefit you in the future. Today’s techniques of placing an implant are very simple: a laser makes a tiny hole in your gums and jawbone; followed by the placement of a small titanium spike into the jaw. It does sound complex, but a laser is extremely slick and causes so little damage, that it makes healing of the gums very quick afterwards. There will be some discomfort after and of course, your body will need time to adjust to having a foreign invasion such as this, but you should try to see past all of this and look to the future. Dental implants are an amazing way to overcome tooth loss: they are very strong and robust, more than the original root ever was, plus they are more resistant to infection; your implant will be with you for life. If you are considering implants yet still have concerns, pop along to Clifton Dental for advice. They can give you a complete breakdown of implant procedures and answer any questions that you may have.
When dental implant were coming into use, many, many years ago, part of the treatment involved using a mini-implant until the healing process allowed for the full implant to be fitted. Since those times, technology has taken a huge leap forward with laser treatments and the mini-implant has made a life all of its own in dental procedures. They are extremely easy to fit into the jaws these days and you can be up and running in just a day to help with a new fitting. Though they are great for fitting new incisor crowns into the mouth, they are superbly deployed when it comes to dental bridges or full dentures. They help to secure fittings strongly inside the mouth and they have been a revelation for people wearing dentures. Ask Clifton Dental in Bristol about having this treatment done, for they serve the Bath area and can give you advice on where you can go to have them fitted, what exactly is involved when they are fitted and just how you can pay for them. It is an option that will give your mouth freedom when fitted, so find out all you can about them.
Since the technology of using lasers entered into dental surgeries all over the country, it has refined and helped certain treatments to be performed easier than ever before, and one procedure that has certainly benefited is that of having dental implants fitted, and hence revolutionised the problem of tooth loss. Implants can be used to anchor dentures and bridges to the mouth firmly, increase their longevity and give freedom to anyone who have opted for these ways to overcome tooth-loss, but just by standing alone, having implants fitted, coupled with crowns, can give an even better freedom than dentures ever could. On paper, it is still an incredibly delicate operation, after all you are still screwing a small titanium rod into the jawbone and the body can react about being invaded by a foreign body. But lasers and computers and made this so much easier than before and because the operation is so precise, very little damage is done to surrounding gum tissue, hence making healing very fast. If you would like to know more about this wonderful treatment in Weston-super-Mare, then give Clifton Dental a call over in Bristol, as they serve the area: they can tell you precisely what is involved and how you can set up a payment plan to have it done.
There are many ways to combat the problem of tooth loss: dental bridges and partial dentures (even full dentures) get over the problem well, but they do have limitations built into them, namely, they have a sell by date, they aren’t permanent and at some point, you will have to have them replaced; there is an alternative though that will see you through until the day you die- the dental implant. This involves placing a small titanium rod into the jawbone in order to house a new tooth, or in fact, several teeth. It is a simple process, but once the implant has been fitted, the body has to adjust to this foreign invasion and the mouth needs time to recover and heal. However, this has improved over the years because of laser/computer technology, and some rather unique healing techniques, and so, it means you can have this done and be ready to roll in a day. An implant is very durable and free from the infection that a normal root of a tooth is prone to. Getting an implant fitted is now common practise throughout Bath, and the new technology employed has made it easy to do, hence, it has become affordable to everyone. If you’d like to know more about costs, how you can pay for the treatment and what a dental implant can do for you, then get in touch with the Clifton dental studio of Bristol- because it truly is the ultimate way to recover from tooth loss.
Overcoming the shock of tooth loss can be a traumatic, yet a necessary one. The gap caused by a missing tooth can attract bacteria and cause infection. The surrounding teeth may start to move, hence your ‘bite’ or occlusion may become distorted and the skin on your face may become disfigured through sagging. One of the most reliable methods of replacing the tooth is to have a dental implant fitted. It’s permanent and restores total freedom back to your mouth. Today, the procedure is as easy as anything else you may have done at the dentists: x-rays will determine the exact placement of the implant, before a laser will make the hole through the gum and into your jawbone. Then, the small titanium rod can be screwed into position. The operation is so quick to do, but there will be a cooling off period to allow for the healing process to kick-in. But a laser does very little damage, and with the radical healing techniques employed in implant surgery, the healing will be quick. In some procedures, the new crown can be fitted the same day. If you’d like to know more about getting an implant fitted, and the costs involved, Weston-super-mare is served by the Clifton dental studio from Bristol and can supply you with everything you’ll need to know.
Once upon a time in Weston-super-Mare, the mini-implant used to pave the way for it’s bigger brother, ensuring that an implant would take and then when the mouth had healed, it was taken out and replaced by the full implant…it would then be discarded. But then something magical happened to the mini, it was soon recognized for being useful in it’s own right and as dental procedures improved, it stepped out of the shadow of big brother and became useful in its own right. It is a lot simpler to place into the jaw and a series of them can be placed in a day and set to immediate use. They have been particularly useful in the development of the dental bridge, helping to anchor the bridge at either one end, or in the case of a bridge that spans across the loss of more than two teeth, bang in the middle of the bridge. The mini can also be used to house small incisor crowns to help with tooth replacement. But the treatment that really made a star of the mini-implant was when it was used to help anchor dentures in the mouth. In just a couple of hours, 5 or 6 implants will lock onto the dentures and hold them tight up against the gums, making them stronger than was ever imaginable before. For information on this and general implant treatments, then just give Clifton Dental a call in Bristol.