Restore your teeth and your confidence with Dental Care Group
If you have suffered from tooth loss, unsightly gaps in your teeth may be causing you distress. The cosmetic impact of tooth loss can knock your confidence as you become self-conscious about your smile. On top that, you then have to deal with the dental health implications. All of this can leave you feeling low. Modern dentistry at Dental Care Group means you don’t have to put up with these unsavoury consequences anymore. At our practice in Clacton, dental implants are used to restore teeth and smiles with long lasting results.
What are dental implants?
Made from lightweight titanium, dental implants are small screws that are placed directly into the jawbone. They act as artificial tooth roots and are designed to encourage the growth of new bone. As bone weaves in and around them, they become securely locked in place. This gives them superior stability when compared with traditional dentures. What’s more, this also means your jawbone is protected from degeneration – a common after-effect of tooth loss.
Replacement teeth are attached to the dental implants to complete the reconstruction. The final outcome is both a natural look and feel to your newly restored teeth.
Just one dental implant is needed to hold multiple replacement teeth. So whether you have lost one, several or all of your teeth, dental implants in Clacton offer a reliable solution.
Your implant procedure
The first step to restoring your teeth with dental implants in Clacton is to arrange a free consultation at our friendly practice. Your teeth and gums will be examined to see if you are ready for implant treatment. The procedure itself is carried out under local anaesthetic, so your discomfort will be kept to a minimum. If you are especially nervous, we also offer conscious sedation, where you will remain awake and aware but feel more relaxed.
After your implants have been precisely placed into your jaw, you will need time to heal. Your implants will fully integrate into your jawbone, ready for the attachment of your custom-made replacement teeth. Once your treatment is complete, our implant dentist will advise you on how to take of your dental implants, so you can enjoy them for years to come.