• Dental implants can replace single or multiple teeth, or all the teeth on one or both jaws/arches of your mouth.
     

  • Implants are fixed in place and do not move, so you don’t experience the same problems as with dentures.
     

  • Implant supported teeth are the next best thing to natural teeth. They look, feel and function very much your natural teeth.
     

  • Dental implants allow you to eat all the foods you like, just as with natural teeth.
     

  • Dental implants help encourage the preservation of natural jaw bone and consequently the facial structures
     

  • Dental implants have a 95% or higher success rate, supported by many years of clinical experience and many satisfied patients.
     

  • Dental implants and your new teeth preserve healthy neighbouring teeth from the destruction required in conventional fixed bridge treatment, which require filing down of healthy adjacent teeth to support the bridge. These filed down teeth can often fail within just a few years, requiring more extensive and expensive dental work.
     

  • Unlike bridges or dentures, dental implants are placed into and fuse with the bone in your jaws. This not only provides stability, but also prevents bone loss and atrophy that normally results from missing teeth.
     

  • Dental implants provide a longer-term solution to your dental problems, often lasting a lifetime. Traditional bridges usually require replacement due to failed support teeth.
     

  • With dental implants, you can eliminate the discomfort often associated with ill-fitting dentures.

Advantages of dental implants

The Bridge solution involving destruction of the adjacent teeth.

The implant solution preserving the adjacent teeth and adressing only  the lost tooth space