3 Top advantages of tooth implants

Tooth implants are prosthetic teeth that can be used individually to provide single permanent replacements, or in pairs to anchor a bridge of artificial teeth in place. An entire set can be fixed firmly into the mouth using as few as 4-6 tooth implants.

There are obvious aesthetic advantages to having tooth implants; the main one being that they’ll fill an unsightly gap in your smile that has been caused by tooth loss. Our clients commonly admit that they sought tooth implants because they felt self-conscious about having teeth missing, but did you know that smiling less because you don’t want to reveal your gaps can have a detrimental effect on your happiness?

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Marlborough Dental – The precision fitting of dental implants

Newspapers have reported recently that a robot dentist has been developed in China. It is designed to place dental implants. The reason for this technology is a dentist shortage in the Xian province, with millions of people waiting to have an implant fitted. Continue reading

How Could Dental Implants Upgrade Your Smile?

When you suffer from broken or missing teeth, it can seem like you have no option but to accept the discomfort, pain whilst trying to hide your smile in social settings. But this is not the case. At Marlborough Dental Studio, we have a fantastic range of exceptional dental implant treatments, that could revolutionise your oral health. How could dental implants change your life? Continue reading

7 things patients want to know about dental implant devices

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are used to support replacement teeth in the jaw. This is achieved through a metal post which acts like the root of any normal tooth, it fits directly into the jaw bone and holds false teeth in place using an internal screw or clip to keep it in place.

Can any dentist provide dental implants?

It is always best to consult with your dentist to determine if dental implants are needed first of all. If they do not do dental implants, then they will most likely refer you to an experienced and knowledgeable Implantologist who will assess and treat you. An Implantologist is someone who is trained and specialises in dental implants.

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