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Dentist explaining the implant procedureMissing teeth can lead to a feeling of dread when having to smile for a camera, but this no longer has to be the case. There is a tried and tested and reliable solution available called dental implants.

They are a modern and clever procedure that creates replacement teeth that are designed to look, feel and behave just like a natural and healthy tooth would.

In London, dental implants at dentists such as Moor Park Dental can get rid of issues with biting, chewing or speech, enabling the patient to eat their favourite foods and talk without any worry about slippage or pain. With dental implants in London, maybe it’s time to take a big bite of that apple and restore the natural smile. This will enhance not just aesthetically, but also confidence and self-esteem will soar.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are an artificial root for the teeth that is made of one of the world’s strongest metals: titanium. The implant is carefully inserted directly into the jawbone. To enhance the strength, the bone tissue naturally wraps itself around this new artificial root, creating a seamless bond onto which the dentist can attach replacement teeth.

Protect healthy bone

Empty spaces in the mouth can cause big oral health concerns, such as the loss and deterioration of segments of jawbone. Dental implants in London behave like the missing tooth and so will stimulate the bone tissue to grow and prevent any further bone loss.

Regular trips to the dentist are important to keep dental implants as healthy as possible. An additional bonus of dental implants is that they are not susceptible to cavities. Decay simply cannot occur in an implant restored tooth.

How long do they last?

Dental implants have been around for many years. Technology has improved greatly over the last two decades to make the procedure as convenient and safe as possible for every patient. Repeatedly the longevity had been proven through thousands of dental implant procedures around the world. If cared for properly and with regular dental check-ups, dental implants could last decades, if not a lifetime.