The most important advance in dental care in the last 30 years has without doubt been the ability to replace missing teeth with fixed dental implant-supported restorations.
Many of our clinicians were involved with the original research on implants and have extensive experience and knowledge. Fixing loose dentures and replacing missing, or gum-infected teeth with implant restorations can allow you to smile with confidence once again.
Imagine being able to eat just what you want without embarrassment? No need for denture glues, worrying about having to take your false teeth out or just that your smile looks false. Combined with our onsite laboratory we are able to, not only, provide fixed functional implant-supported teeth, but also make sure that they look as natural as possible. A totally unique, integrated service in the dental world.
With our skills and experience nobody needs to have missing teeth or false teeth, we are very often able to provide this treatment when you have previously been told it is not possible.
If you are looking for dental implants in Edinburgh, call or contact us to see how we can help. We are more than happy just to chat over your problems and explain what's possible.
Currently the General Dental Council in the UK does not recognise Specialists in Dental Implants, this is because Implant dentistry covers many areas. To give you the very best treatment and ensure that ALL options are available to you we use specialist Prosthodontists, Oral & maxillofacial surgeons, and Periodontists to provide dental implant care.
While one person can provide all the skills necessary for implant treatment, using a team of specialists means that you benefit from expert skills, knowledge and experience, at each stage of treatment. This can make your treatment quicker, easier, more predictable and affordable. You are not limited to the expertise of any one clinician.
Dental implants are the fastest growing area of dentistry today. Contact our Edinburgh dental practice for an appointment to discuss your options in full detail.
If your dentures are becoming uncomfortable and tiring, we have a fast, efficient and comfortable solution that will give you a second chance at the feeling of a mouth full of stable, fixed teeth with All on four in Scotland (All-on-4).
In some cases, patients may be told that they are not suitable for dental implants because they have reduced bone density in their upper jaw. Luckily, thanks to advances in implant dentistry these patients can now benefit from a type of implant that provides an excellent alternative to bone grafting or sinus lift procedures and is surgically less invasive with a high success rate.
Losing a tooth can be devastating. You can feel self-conscious and suffer a lack of self-esteem. Did you know that your tooth could be replaced with a dental implant?