Dental Implants are the perfect solution to replace missing teeth or to stabilise loose dentures. Zygomatic implants are an alternative for patients for whom traditional dental implants are unsuitable.
Crowns, bridges or dentures can be secured to dental implants to replace your missing teeth. Dental implants maintain function and appearance following tooth loss as they maintain the bone and gum supporting the teeth.
Zygomatic implants are an alternative for patients for whom traditional dental implants are unsuitable. This is usually due to a lack of bone in the upper jaw. Instead, zygoma implants are attached to the cheekbone.
Zygomatic implants are longer than traditional dental implants, as they are attached to the cheekbone. The majority of patients can have a fixed bridge fitted on the same day as the implants are put in place. Implant-supported bridges can dramatically improve your facial appearance . You will be able to eat the foods you want.
A. Dental Implants are used to replace missing teeth, stabilise loose dentures or where a tooth is fractured or loose. You will need to be assessed by our dentist who will make a detailed examination and advise you regarding suitability for dental implants. Implants are not necessarily appropriate for everyone. Many factors have to be taken into consideration like bone tissue quality, gum condition, alcohol consumption, oral hygiene, auto-immune diseases etc.
Our experienced surgeon will discuss these with you and answer any questions you might have.
A. Dental Implants are the closest thing to natural teeth. They look, feel and function alike. Dental implants can boost confidence by improving appearance and giving a more brighter and attractive facial contours. You will also feel more self-assured when you smile!
A. Looking after dental implants is not much different from looking after your natural teeth. Good oral hygiene is essential for the longevity of your implants.
A. With advances in both techniques and biomaterials we can now place implants in areas which were not suitable in the past .
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