For several years, dental implants have been in the front line of restorative dentistry and for good reason. Unlike dentures or bridges that simply sit on the gums without interacting with the jawbone, dental implants replace missing tooth roots and restore the oral function almost completely. Not to mention that they look and feel just like real teeth.
At Ikon Dental Suite, we have replaced many of our patients’ missing teeth with dental implants successfully over the years. Dental implants in Ealing are not only physically attractive – they also improve oral health, restore the density or the jawbone and prevent premature ageing.
Just like tooth roots – or better?
If you have lost one or more teeth, you will most certainly experience various oral health problems if you fail to address your issue. Tooth roots provide the necessary stimulation to keep the teeth healthy and the blood flowing to every part of the mouth. When they are not present, these functions stop and the jawbone begins to break down. Moreover, if there are still healthy teeth remaining in the mouth, they will start moving towards the gaps created by the missing teeth, causing misalignment and further tooth loss. Not to mention that missing teeth can also lead to skin sagging.
Benefits of replacing missing teeth with dental implants in Ealing
Restoring your missing teeth from the roots, has many benefits. More specifically:
- you will get long-lasting results that do not need to be replaced every few years
- you will be able to eat a wide range of foods including chewy fruit and vegetables
- you will be able to speak clearly and smile confidently in any situation
- your risk for oral health problems will be significantly reduced
- your teeth will look more natural and beautiful.
Book your appointment today
When you visit us for dental implants in Ealing, you know you will receive treatment using only the highest-quality materials and advanced dental technology, and most importantly the best dental care. Whether you are missing a single tooth or a full set of teeth, call us today and we will book a consultation appointment for you. Our team will evaluate your situation and help you create a personalised treatment plan.