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Dental Implants or Dentures – Tooth Loss Solutions for Seniors

Dentures offer a budget-friendly solution for toothless patients, however, they pose other hidden risks such as discomfort, developing bacteria-borne diseases and bone loss. Fixed teeth over implants, on the other hand, offer long-term durability and stability. Read more to find out which one suits you best.
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Dental Implants and Gum Disease

Dental implants can have a positive impact on your overall quality of life. They improve long-term comfort and boots your confidence if you have lost your teeth as a result of gum disease. Read more to learn how to spot early signs of gum disease, how to treat it and most importantly, how to prevent it.

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How to Look After your Dental Implants

The successful outcome of dental implantations largely depends both on your efforts and the level of care you receive at your dental clinic of choice.

To make sure you have a swift dental implant surgery recovery, you should maintain perfect oral hygiene and follow your dentists’ instructions. Take your prescribed dental implant aftercare medications and your dental implant recovery will be smooth and quick.

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The Full Guide to Dental Implants in the UK: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Costs

Being toothless can take its toll both physically and mentally. Based on the latest research, about 6% of adults in the UK have no natural teeth left. Losing your teeth could have dire consequences not only in terms of shattered confidence, but could also result in overall health deterioration. To make it even worse, it prevents you from eating your favourite foods and impacts your social interactions negatively. There could be different reasons for toothlessness such as poor oral hygiene, various ailments like gum disease or factors beyond our control like an accident or assault. Fortunately, humanity has long invented a way to efficiently battle tooth loss and restore back to normal countless lives – the dental implant.

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Fixed Teeth in a Day: Costs, Pros, and Cons

The teeth in a day procedure is a full jaw restoration that requires four dental implants in the lower jaw and six in the upper. This is why the term “All-on-6 / All-on-4” has been coined. Since the bone density in the upper jaw is less than the lower one, two more implants are needed in order to achieve optimal stability. All implants are carefully placed apart at digitally calculated angles along both arches to minimize tissue disruption and avoid doing damage to nerves and sinuses.

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Implants: An Ideal Solution

Anyone who has done their research on dental prostheses will have stumbled across implantology at one time or another. If a patient is missing one or more teeth, a restoration using implants is often the ideal solution.

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Modern Dental Techniques For a Radiant Smile

Attractiveness is relative – and in today’s world, it’s as essential for professional advancement as it is for our personal relationships.

It typically only takes us a fraction of a second to judge the attractiveness of the person in front of us. The process occurs on a subconscious level and according to criteria that depend both on our natural preferences and on how we have been raised. A person’s face is particularly important in any judgement about their attractiveness. While the eyes, lips and hair all playing a decisive role, the teeth are the most important feature of all. If they are discoloured, diseased or asymmetrical, the entire face will immediately be judged as less attractive.

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5 Reasons to Opt For Dental Implants

Once teeth became so decayed that they can no longer be retained in the mouth – or if they have already fallen out – decisions must be made rapidly regarding which type of dental prosthesis is right for a particular patient. What type of treatment should be chosen – a bridge, a partial denture or an implant-borne prosthesis?

We’ve compiled five reasons why you should opt for treatment with implants – regardless of whether you have one missing tooth, or several.

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Too Old For Implants?

One question comes up again and again in the day-to-day running of our clinic: “Am I too old for implants?”

Misconceptions and dangerous half-knowledge mean that older patients and their relatives can feel particularly anxious and uncertain when it comes to the subject of implants. Many are anxious that implants will not heal or that the dental prosthesis will not hold properly on account of the patient’s age. Read more

Modern Biotechnology For Better Healing

Even the smallest wound to the human body triggers a wide range of processes to enable it to heal. Proteins are released to enable and accelerate the regeneration of tissue. Platelets cover the damaged area to ensure that the wound is sealed – if the wound stays open, foreign bodies can find their way inside and, in the worst case scenario, can lead to inflammation. Naturally, this is something we want to avoid. This applies in the case of both an everyday injury and a wound resulting from a medical incision.

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