Small titanium screws placed into the bone to provide the most stable and long-lasting platform for the replacement of the missing teeth. You can bite and chew hard foods like apples with an implant just like natural teeth and they help preserve bone and gum.
Also known as root canal therapy, endodontics involves saving infected teeth by carefully removing an infection from inside a tooth. It is necessary to correct any root canal issues before implants are placed, in order to help you achieve the perfect smile.
We aim to make the procedures as easy as possible for you. If you are nervous or do not want to know anything about your treatment then sedation might be an option. You will not remember anything about the treatment, and it will seem to pass very quickly.
Gum disease is a bacterial infection of the gums which has spread to the bone and supporting structures around a tooth. Treatment of any gum disease must take place before implants can be placed, and subsequent long-term care and support is needed.
Orthodontic treatment involves moving the teeth with braces in order to make them straight and to correct the bite. A course of orthodontic treatment may be recommended in addition to your dental implants in order to help you achieve the perfect smile.
Radiography helps us to diagnose problems with teeth and bone. In dental implantology, radiography allows us to accurately assess the amount of bone present. We have very up to date radiography equipment at the Clinic including Digital 2D and 3D radiography.