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Dental Implants

Replace missing teeth with

state-of-the-art dental implants

Dental implants from the skilled clinicians here at Eurodental are widely considered to be the best solution for missing teeth – no other dental treatment comes as close to recreating the look, feel and function of your natural teeth. Our experienced implant dentists at our practices in Swindon regularly carry out implant surgery and have a wealth of experience between them. Get in touch with us today to find out about getting dental implants near you.

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With dental implants you will:

  • Get back your confidence and zest for life. With dental implants, you can once again eat, speak and smile without discomfort or fear of embarrassment. They look as good as they feel and feel as good as they look!
  • Enjoy a permanent replacement for missing teeth. Unlike crowns, bridges and dentures, which have to be replaced over the years, dental implants are a lifelong solution if cared for properly.
  • Look younger for longer. Because dental implants are integrated into your jaw bone, they keep it supported and prevent the bone shrinkage that occurs over time when teeth are missing. This in turn avoids premature sagging that happens when facial tissue is no longer supported by jawbone.
  • Secure your dentures. Did you know that implants can be used to fix dentures in place? You’ll no longer have to worry about them slipping or clicking when you eat or speak!
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What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a high-tech plug that replaces your tooth root. It’s surgically implanted into the jaw using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, and is made from a super-strong, biocompatible material – usually titanium – to which your jaw bone will eventually bond. Once this has happened, a natural-looking prosthetic tooth can be screwed onto the implant.

What does the dental implant procedure involve?

Dental implant surgery is high-tech and minimally invasive. With the help of 3D scanning and a computer-guided dental laser, an implant can be placed so accurately that it involves the least possible trauma and therefore a swift recovery time. Once the implant has been placed in the jaw, you will need to wait a few weeks for the integration process to take place – this is where your natural bone tissue grows around the implant, securing it in place for life. Once integration has successfully completed, you’ll be able to return to the practice for the final fitting of your new tooth.

Can anyone have implants?

Implants can only be considered for healthy mouths – so some patients may find that the process of getting implants will first require other dental work, such as bone grafting, gum surgery or orthodontics. Make an appointment for an initial consultation to assess your suitability for implants.