Dental implants in Herefordshire are a key part of restorative dentistry. This is because many treatments can be based on dental implants, such as dentures and bridges, due to their strength. Dental implants are titanium screws that have been bonded into the jaw, which means they are as strong as the jawbone, and just as resilient. If you are looking for dental implants in Herefordshire, then we recommend Warrendale Dental as an option. We put the patient first in all our decisions, and always keep in mind their interests. Therefore, you can feel reassured that you will receive exactly the treatment you had in mind, and the outcome that you expected.
Restorative dentistry is about restoring the teeth to their natural function, whether it may have been lost due to decay or disease. This can be small decay on the edges of the teeth, which can be fixed with fillings, or in even more acute cases cosmetic bonding, which uses small amounts of tooth coloured resin to patch up areas of the tooth and leave a smooth finish, and also protect against any further decay or damage.
If tooth decay has destroyed some or most of a tooth, then most of the enamel will be gone, and while the decayed parts of the tooth may have been removed, the tooth may not be useful anymore. Therefore, a crown provides a fantastic option for this, as it will replace the entire tooth with a porcelain cap, which will not only provide a sufficient replacement, but look appealing, and blend in with the rest of your natural teeth. Often, people struggle to tell which tooth is a genuine tooth, and which is a crown!
If there are multiple teeth in a row missing, then a bridge may be necessary. A bridge is essentially a partial denture and can be extremely effective at restoring multiple missing teeth in a row, without having to treat each socket individually. A bridge is often secured by a bridge either side, or in some cases a dental implant.
To replace several teeth at once, specifically an entire row of teeth, dentures are a very effective option. Dentures can be easily fitted and removed, so that you can remain hygienic, and also readjust them if they are uncomfortable. One of the main problems with dentures is that they can slip or move when you are eating, which can not only be irritating, but also damaging to the gums, making them become sore. Therefore, dental implants can provide a solution to this in multiple ways. One of the main ways is that dental implants can be used, as a foundation to the dentures that are removable and re-attachable. This means that your dentures will remain extremely secure, but will still be removable, and will not require any adhesive.
If you are looking for dental implants in Herefordshire for this reason, or any other reason, then do not hesitate to contact us and find out how you can benefit from this treatment.