Are Missing Teeth Causing Embarrassment or Difficulty?

When a patient presents with missing teeth or having improperly fitting dentures, eating and chewing can become a real pain. As people begin to eat the foods they can eat rather than the food they should, they begin to suffer in many more ways due to a lack of nutrition in their body.

Interestingly enough, a poor diet can lead indirectly to poor oral health, so it begins a never ending cycle that can further perpetuate the problem, unless proactive steps are taken to reduce this risk.

The body is a holistic mechanism whereby everything is intimately linked in one way or another. Having missing teeth has been proven to have several negative impacts on the body and the brain that can thankfully be avoided if a patient opts to have dental implants in Cheltenham.

This procedure is an innovative way to allow the body to physically react as if the damage had never occurred. Nutrition does not have to be negatively affected as a patient can comfortably eat and chew with these implants in place. Bone loss in the jaw does not occur as the replacement tooth root stimulates the jawbone and sends the right signals for it to continue growth and repair.

By discussing with a dental professional the options that are available in an individual’s unique case, they are able to establish a bespoke treatment plan that allows the patient some freedom in their choices. This brilliant concept allows people to regain freedom in their lives to eat, chew and speak with confidence.


What is the difference between this procedure and a crown?

When talking about a tooth implant, people should imagine it as a replacement tooth root. It is essentially a titanium rod that is surgically inserted into the jawbone in a precise manner. Precision is key to maximum comfort and minimal healing time. By using innovative technology that is able to digitally pinpoint the ideal exact location of the titanium rod, dentists can confidently provide their patients with extremely high success and satisfaction rates.

The entire procedure should take a few months to heal as the jawbone naturally fuses with the titanium rod to create a strong and secure bond on which the crown can be placed.

The crown is the visible part of the tooth and sits on top of the metal implant. The crowns are made to exactly resemble a patient’s original tooth in shape, colour and size. It would be very difficult to tell the crown apart from natural teeth once the treatment is completed.

This procedure is permanent and the crowns are fixed into position. For people who would rather forget that they lost a tooth and wish to carry on with their lives without fear or concern about their appearance when they smile, or their ability to eat certain foods, then this is a great option for them.

Denture wearers do have the option to have their dentures secured by using four of these metal rods to stabilise their false teeth. This option does allow for patients to remove their dentures off from the implants so that they can clean their teeth in a manner they are used to.