Types Of Implants
Single Tooth Replacement, Leicester
Multiple Tooth Replacement, Leicester
If you have more than one missing tooth then it is essential to get these missing teeth replaced before it causes more damage within your mouth, and the best way to do this is using a more economical solution rather than having an implant for each missing tooth; two or more implants are placed in the gap to join multiple teeth together, and crowns or bridges are fitted over them.
Replacing lost or missing teeth will give you new strength and stability that allows you to eat what you want, as well as preserving your jawbone and facial appearance.
Total Replacement – When All The Teeth Are Missing
When all of the top or bottom teeth are missing there are two implant treatment options: fixed bridges or removable dentures. The treatment which is best suited for you will depend on a variety of factors, such as your budget, quality of your jaw bone, and overall health (smoking, medical history, etc).
Implant Supported Fixed Bridges
Implant Supported Dentures
Loose dentures can be embarrassing socially and painful to chew with. This problem tends to get worse with time and advancing age. The main reasons for this is atrophy (shrinkage) of the jaw bone which supports the denture in which the ridges become flatter with age. The other reason is that the oral mucosa – the skin upon which the dentures rest, becomes more delicate and tender with age.
Implant supported dentures allow you to snap them on to your implants yourself. The more implants you have fitted will mean better retention. These dentures provide an affirmative and firm support, making them secure and much more efficient for chewing. The implants bear the majority of the load therefore eliminating the pain caused by pressure from the denture.
The dentures can be removed for cleaning and placed back over the implants. This method is simpler and cheaper compared to having a full set of fixed dental bridges.
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