29 Nov Change your smile for the better with dental implants
Having dental implants in North London is a procedure that many patients undergo every single day and it can have life changing results for the patient’s looks, confidence and overall oral health. Dental implants in North London are a popular treatment, as patients look to improve their teeth and smiles. So how do dental implants work?
Super strong screws
The implants themselves are small screws which are made from titanium. This is a really strong and durable material, which will enable the new teeth to last for many years, if looked after properly. The screws are inserted into the jaw bone, which then fuses to the screw, making it a permanent fixture in the mouth.
Natural looking teeth
The dentist will create natural looking teeth to attach to the implants. The shape and colour of the teeth will be as closely matched as possible to your remaining natural teeth so that they look as realistic as possible. Many people will not be able to tell that you have dental implants, as they blend in so well and look very authentic.
Once fitted, you should expect to enjoy at least twenty years with your dental implants. In North London many patients cannot tell the implants are in, once they have got used to them, as they become a part of the mouth very quickly. The dental implants should be treated like any natural tooth, this means brushing, flossing, and using mouth wash twice a day. You will also need to keep regular appointments with your dentist so that they can check the health of your teeth and gums and keep an eye on the way your mouth is taking to the implants.
If you would like to know if you are an ideal candidate for dental implants in North London, the best thing to do is contact Dental Beauty Islington, where our staff will be able to provide you with further information, or book you in for a consultation with one of our experienced dentists. Dental implants will help to change your life, not only your smile, but also your confidence; what are you waiting for?