When you smile, it releases endorphins in the body which are your happy hormones. It also helps to connect you to the people around you. If you are worried about smiling because of a problem with your teeth, you are missing out on these benefits.
Many people associate a full set of bright teeth with health and youth. If your smile has gaps in it, you may feel like this says something negative about you. Fortunately, you can have your teeth restored with Hertford Dental Implants.
At Hertford Dental Implants, we will happily undertake the work of restoring your smile. To begin with, we check your mouth to see where you need dental implants and if any work is required to prepare the area.
Dental implants sit deep in the jawbone where the root of your tooth normally resides. In order to fit them, your dentist drills holes in the jawbone. Dental implants, which are usually screw-shaped, are made from bio-friendly titanium. Both the shape and the material of your dental implants help encourage the jawbone to knit around them, securing them in place over a period of weeks. Once this process is complete, you can have artificial teeth mounted on top. These are usually permanently fixed in place but, if you are having denture stabilisation, they may be removable and click on and off of your implants.
Once your procedure is complete, you can confidently smile again. Not only that, you will also have the freedom to choose to eat the foods that you love again. If this has not been possible for you due to missing teeth or because you have been using a different kind of tooth replacement, this should be an intensely enjoyable experience.
How we can help
At Hertford Dental Implants, we look forward to supporting you through the process of getting dental implants. We have many years of experience helping patients to prepare for this surgery. Once it is complete, we give you advice on aftercare including how much rest you will need, what food you can eat and how to care for your healing implants. We see you regularly at check-ups to monitor the progress of implantation and ensure that you are happy.