Problem teeth make life hard to live. It’s hard to bite and chew, it’s hard to enunciate our words clearly and it can be downright impossible to smile. If your mouth is in a mess it can affect your whole life. At the Centre of Dental Excellence, we can help put your mouth to rights with a variety of restorative dentistry techniques, including dental implants. In Stanmore, our practice is a referral practice for other dentists, so when you come to us, you know that you will be treated by a highly skilled and experienced dentist.
All of the dentists at the Centre of Dental Excellence have gone on to further qualifications after their general dentistry training and have in-depth knowledge and experience in various branches of dentistry.
There is a range of ways to replace lost teeth, but, more and more people are electing to have teeth replaced with dental implants in Stanmore. This treatment for lost teeth has been in use for more than 30 years. It has been through its experimental stage and pioneering dentists developed a range of innovative ways to use it. Now, dental implants are seen as a tried and trusted technique, and one that can revolutionise the lives of patients who opt to go for dental implants in Stanmore.
Why so popular?
What makes dental implants different from other tooth replacement methods is that implants replace the root of the tooth as well as the crown. Having replacement teeth embedded into the jawbone (instead of adhering to the gums or being suspended from neighbouring healthy teeth) means you get back full functionality.
Strong and stable
Dental implants give people back their full chewing power. These replacement teeth can take on anything from the chewiest toffee to the crunchiest apple. They provide up 97kg or 200lbs of chewing and biting force, and they never wobble or slide around because the implants are integrated into the jawbone, just like natural teeth.
Typically, dental implants last for 15 years or more. If you take good care of them, they may even last you for the rest of your life.