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Getting ready for new teeth

Losing a tooth in an accident, perhaps through sport, can be a pretty shocking experience, and the consequences can rumble on for years. If you are only in your teens or 20s, you are looking at decades and decades without those teeth, and teeth lost in accidents tend to be at the front of your mouth too. So, what’s the best solution? We think it’s dental implants in Stanmore.

At the Centre of Dental Excellence, we see quite a few people in your position. They’ve lost their precious biting teeth skateboarding or mountain biking, they haven’t got a whole load of money and they need to replace their teeth. When you look at the cost of the three solutions to lost teeth, it may seem that getting a fixed bridge or partial denture is the way to go, but we beg to differ. We think it’s well worth spending out to get dental implants in Stanmore, because over time, your dental implants could very well work out to be more cost-effective than the alternatives.

The longest-lasting solution

Stanmore dental implants will last you for at least 15 years, and they could very well go on for decades and decades, if you take good care of them. Dentures and bridges have to be replaced every 7-10 years. Here at the Centre of Dental Excellence, we use a number of the highest quality implant systems, so that we can choose the best one for your situation. Because we use the highest quality implants only, your implants could last the rest of your life.

Taking care of your jawbone

You are young. You have a strong, healthy jawbone. Only dental implants can keep it that way. If you leave a gap in your jawbone, the bone cells in that area will not only cease to renew themselves, but they will actively resorb, and your jawbone and gum will shrink. Replacing your tooth root will keep your jawbone strong and healthy.

Avoid the hassle

Having dental implants in Stanmore, means you can avoid the hassle and discomfort of cleaning, storing and replacing the alternatives.


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