If any of your teeth are cracked, chipped, worn down or just not doing their job, you may want to consider a dental implant.
Dental implants can be used to replace single teeth or multiple, and can be used in combination with dentures to provide added stability and structure to one’s smile.
Our dentists are experts in tailoring dentures to individual patients, resulting in better dental retention, ease of eating and speech, and a more uniform smile.
Dental implants have an extremely high success rate and are a great alternative for teeth that cannot have root canal surgery.
Single Tooth Implants
If just one tooth is letting you down, you can have it replaced with a single implant. Single tooth implants allow for better access for cleaning between the teeth, as well as preserving adjacent tooth structure when compared with a fixed bridge.
Multiple Tooth Implants
If you’ve lost more than one tooth in a row, you can utilise fewer implants to replace the teeth with a dental implant retained bridge. A dental implant retained bridge is basically a denture, held in place by multiple implants. Like single tooth implants, these make it easier to clean between the teeth and reduce the necessity for reducing adjacent teeth when compared with traditional fixed bridges.
Through natural wear and tear, dentures can often loosen, causing serious discomfort and inconvenience for the wearer. At The Briar’s, our highly trained team can refix and stabilise your dentures, sometimes within the hour.
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