Dental implants

Dental implants

Dental implants are an alternative to dentures and many see them as the best way to replace missing teeth because they are a fixed option. Once in place, a dental implant can look just like your own...
Dental implants

Grafting

In some implant placement cases, there may not be enough bone that is needed in the jaw to allow dental implants to be placed. In what is named a bone graft procedure, the specialist will...
Dental implants

Looking after your implants

The long-term success of your dental implants is determined by the way you look after them. It is important to attend your regular dental check-ups and take care to keep good oral hygiene. After the...
Dental implants

Peri-implantitis

Peri-implantitis is one of the long-term risks associated with dental implants. The disease is an infection of the soft and hard tissues surrounding an implant, resulting in gradual loss of bone. An X-ray will be...
Dental implants

All-on-4

The All-on 4 treatment concept was first put into practice in 1998 as a way to restore the full arches of the upper and lower jaws. The term ‘All-on-4’ refers to all teeth being supported...