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teeth are the gateway to your health

Dental Implants restore your teeth 
so you can eat the foods you love
 
 
 

Dental Implants for missing teeth

Dental Implants were invented over 50 years ago when scientists discovered that human bone would adhere and attach to titanium screws implanted in the jaw. Dental Implant technology has evolved significantly since that time, and now Dental Implants are considered the treatment of choice for people who have lost one or several teeth due to periodontal disease, accident or decay. Most importantly, Dental Implants look, feel and function just like your own natural teeth.
 
Did you know: nearly 50% of the population is missing at least one tooth and by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth?
 
 

Dental Implants for denture replacement

Traditional dentures have existed for hundreds of years – George Washington probably had the most famous pair of dentures, made from cow and walrus teeth. While denture technology has certainly developed since those early days, the fact remains that many denture wearers frequently complain of discomfort, pain, slippage/movement, inability to eat desired foods and an overall drop in self-confidence.
Recently, Dental Implants have become the clear treatment of choice for those missing all of their teeth on one or both arches. Unlike traditional dentures, Dental Implant supported dentures are secured, so the need for denture adhesive is eliminated. Dental implant supported dentures also allow you to speak with ease and chew most foods without the risk of denture slippage; tasting the authentic flavour of the foods you eat. Finally, only dental implant supported dentures will support the structure of your jawbone, preserving it from the shrinkage of your jaw line that is often seen in long-term denture wearers.

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