Are you embarrassed about missing teeth or have dentures that don’t fit properly and stop you eating the things you want to. Have you considered dental implants? You’ve probably heard about dental implants but are worried that they’re out of your budget or that you may not even be suitable to have implants fitted. Don’t worry…we can offer you an informal,completely FREE “Am I suitable for Dental Implants” appointment with our Smile Adviser who will be be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding having implants as well as the various payment options.
If you want the best possible solution to filling a gap in your teeth or having secure, comfortable dentures there’s no doubt that dental implants are the ultimate answer to your problems. Most people are suitable candidates for implants, and can benefit from once again having natural-looking teeth and be able to eat the foods you used to enjoy.
Here at Adelphi Dental Care, we can give you the ability to be able to smile with confidence again without waiting as our implants are available from only £1850…and 0% finance can make this an immediate and affordable option for you!
Dental implants have the strength of natural teeth and can potentially last a lifetime if you look after them properly. They let you bite, chew, talk and smile without worrying. They also encourage bone growth and density, protecting the structure of your face.
Although dental implants initially cost more than some other options, their strength and longevity means that they are really a cost effective solution in the long-term. Here at Adelphi Dental Care, we offer a number of different finance options to make dental implants an affordable option for you.
How do dental implants work?
A dental implant is usually a tapered or cylindrical post made of titanium that is surgically placed in your jawbone to act as an artificial root. Over time, the surrounding jawbone fuses to the implant, anchoring it in place and giving it the same strength as a natural tooth.
Once we’re happy that the implant has bonded, we then add a small connector called an abutment to the top of the implant. This abutment sits on the gum line and gives us a secure base on which to connect your replacement tooth or teeth.
With dental implants, it’s possible to replace a single tooth or to use an implant-supported bridge or implant-retained dentures containing multiple teeth. By the end of your treatment, no one will be able to spot that you’ve had restorations.
The first step is to decide whether you are suitable for dental implants. Most people are but we will need to look at your overall dental health and also check whether you have enough jaw bone to successfully embed an implant. If you don’t, you may need a bone graft before implants can be fitted but this is something we can talk through with you and it certainly doesn’t apply to every case.
The best way to find out more is to book a FREE consultation with one of our Smile Advisers to discuss dental implants in more detail. Simply call 01772 253 443 and we can arrange a convenient time for you. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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