Dental Implants Monmouth

If you are missing teeth dental implants offer a way of restoring these spaces with a fixed long-term option.

When your teeth are missing from the upper or lower jaw, it can cause a noticeable change to your smile and face. If you are looking for dental implants in Monmouth and surrounding areas, The Face Space is the place to come. Our team is made up of highly skilled professionals who are dedicated to providing patients with the highest quality care possible. Whether you need a single tooth replacement or full mouth reconstruction, we offer dental implants that will help restore the natural beauty of your smile. The Face Space is open six days a week (Saturday is by appointment only). Our experienced staff will guide you through the process of choosing the right treatment plan for your needs and answer any questions you may have along the way. The Face Space also takes pride in treating every patient kindly and fairly. 

Dental Implants Monmouth

What Are Dental Implants? 

Dental implants are replacement tooth roots made of titanium that are placed directly into the jaw bone. They are used to anchor artificial teeth (dentures or crowns) that function and look just like natural teeth. Dental implants mimic a natural tooth root. In addition, they never require replacement or any major work. Implants also look and feel like real teeth, so there’s no loss of aesthetics or comfort – especially compared to dentures.

Dental Implant Procedure 

Dental implants are surgically placed into the jawbone and act as an anchor for replacement teeth. In some cases, a bridge can be placed to support individual or multiple teeth. This surgery allows the gums and jaw to heal with the fixture intact, so you don’t have to worry about gum disease or other health complications that can affect your smile. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia, so you’ll be awake but unable to feel pain. After removing the decay, your dentist will make a small hole in the jawbone and then place the implant below the gum line, securing it with special screws.

What Does An Implant Look Like?

They look like normal teeth. They are tiny plastic rods that resemble tooth roots and are made of titanium, making them as strong as the original teeth they’re replacing. Your dentist will place these implants into your jaw, where they fuse with your natural bone tissue over time. Some dental implants can even feature porcelain veneers that match the colour of your existing teeth. This is done during a secondary procedure and requires less healing time than the initial implantation procedure itself.

What does an implant look like

Are Implants As Strong As Real Teeth?

There are two basic options for replacing lost teeth—reconstructing your natural teeth or restoring them with dental implants. While both solutions are highly effective, there are subtle differences between them. Implants can last a lifetime if taken care of properly, but they do require special care and attention. Natural teeth, on the other hand, will change over time—but they’re still much more durable than you might think.

How Long Does A Dental Implant Take?

The dental implant process can take from three to six months or longer. It is important to know what to expect and follow the dentist’s instructions closely throughout treatment. In some cases, it might be necessary for a tooth to be removed prior to placing an implant. Your specialist will explain if any teeth must be removed before an implant can be placed and how long healing should take. A toothless gap could create an undesirable aesthetic appearance, so having healthy teeth extracted prior to receiving dental implants would eliminate that problem.

How Much Are Dental Implants Monmouth?

If you’re thinking about getting dental implants at Monmouth, contact us today to discuss prices or have a look at our price range for dental implants and other dental or cosmetic services you are interested in. We believe that people should be able to have high-quality dental work and want to know more about our services, come to The Face Space in Monmouth!

Can I Get All My Teeth Replaced?

As with all dental treatments, it depends on each individual patient’s case. A full mouth of dentures may be a viable option for some patients; for others, it might not make sense to replace every tooth if there are still enough healthy ones remaining. There is no one size fits all approach to replacement teeth, and our dentists are happy to help you determine what treatment options are best for you. We will advise you on which treatment option is suitable for your needs and budget. However, patients who fit the criteria can get all their teeth replaced. 

Am I Suitable For Full Arch Implants?

Depending on your jawbone density, general health and medical history you may be a suitable candidate for full arch implants. Full arch dental implants are made from titanium and take approximately one year to completely fuse with the surrounding bone. We like to offer full arch dental implants as an alternative to traditional dentures. Since titanium can be a strong choice for teeth, it offers some great possibilities for our patients looking for a permanent solution to their missing teeth.

Alternative to Dental Implants 

A dental bridge is a great alternative to dental implants as it can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. With a combination of tooth implants and natural teeth, a dental bridge can be used to reconstruct your smile. Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, dental bridges are used to retain your facial structure and restore your smile. As mentioned above, there are other dentistry options for replacing missing teeth besides dental implants. Dental bridges and dentures both provide similar functionality; however, they differ slightly in their construction and application.

Dental Implant Repairs

It is important to repair dental implants as they can affect the neighbouring teeth. Not repairing dental implants when they break, will only cause more damage to the surrounding teeth, and not do the dental implant any good. We will always advise our patients to undergo dental implant repairs if the tooth is fractured because it could compromise the integrity of their surrounding teeth. The Face Space’s services are for all ages including children and older people who may have missed out on opportunities for perfect dentures or dental implants earlier in life.

At The Face Space we understand the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene and restoring your smile. To find out more about dental implants, contact our team in Monmouth today for a consultation to have your teeth assessed.

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