- Amalgam or Silver Fillings
- Composite or White Fillings
- Porcelain Crowns
- Porcelain Fused Metal Crowns
- Gold Crowns
- Inlays Outlays
Dental Cleaning and Treatment of Gum Diseases
Treatment of Dental Infections
Dental implants are an alternative treatment to crowns or bridges, if you are either missing teeth or have ones that are severely damaged and need to be replaced. Potential patients need to have sufficient bone structure in the location of the missing teeth, so that the implant has a sufficient anchor. Implants can be used to replace single missing teeth, restore small bridges, replace removable partial dentures and even people who have lost all their teeth are suitable candidates for dental implants.
An implant involves the insertion of a titanium post into the bone beneath the gum. This is undertaken in order to support a single replacement tooth. Similarly, tow or more implants may be joined together to replace several missing teeth. The titanium post fuses biologically to the jawbone and the replacement tooth is secured into the post. The result is a completely functional jaw, the restoration of your natural looking smile, plus in some cases a more youthful facial appearance. People who have suffered from speech or eating issues as a result of their dental problems also find that their new implants allow them to eat without discomfort and speak more clearly.
Dental implants are becoming increasingly popular for patients in need of tooth replacements. People often find that implants are more stable and secure than the alternative treatments that are available and also that implants have a more natural look.