The Number One Teeth Replacement Choice
It’s hard to imagine the impact losing teeth can have until they’re actually gone. The gap left behind doesn’t just make it difficult to smile confidently; it makes every decision about what to eat so much more difficult.
In addition to struggling to smile and worrying about what you can and can’t eat, you may face other problems. For some, even talking becomes a challenge.
Then there are the health concerns. Gaps become a haven for plaque, increasing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
Without a complete row of teeth, the remaining neighbours could shift, causing misalignments and gaps. And below the surface, your jaw changes, too. Over time, the area that once supported the tooth can deteriorate, affecting your facial structure and piling on the years.
While other replacement tooth options are available, dental implants are the gold standard for restoring your smile to its former glory. At The CDC, we use the latest surgical technology and evidence-based techniques to place life-changing dental implants.BOOK AN APPOINTMENT
The Science Supporting Your New Smile
Dental implants are titanium posts used to replace the root of your tooth. These small pillars support lifelike custom-made crowns that blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile.
Once in place, the implant fuses to your jaw, creating outstanding support for your replacement teeth.
Titanium is the metal of choice for the job because it’s light, robust, and biocompatible.
Once the bone and implant merge, a firm foundation is created. This gives your bite the strength to enjoy whatever food you like.
Why Choose Dental Implants?
There are lots of great reasons to choose dental implants when replacing teeth.
Smile With Confidence
Losing one or more teeth can harm your self-esteem. You may become more self-conscious about smiling, laughing, and even talking. Dental implants support natural-looking replacement teeth that look so good and feel so secure that you’ll be completely at ease whenever you smile, laugh, or talk.
Chew With Ease
Biting and chewing aren’t easy when you have a gap in your teeth. While dentures can improve the function of your bite, they don’t have the same foundation that implants can offer. Once you’ve got implants, enjoying your favourite food is much easier—and nothing is off the menu!
Improved Oral Health Outlook
Dental drift, jawbone resorption, tooth decay, and gum disease are all common problems people face after they’ve lost teeth. Dental implants stimulate the jaw and prevent deterioration. Your new teeth will fill the gaps, stopping drift and reducing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
Easy Care Routine
There’s no added care needed to help maintain a healthy smile once you have implants. As before, brush thoroughly twice daily, floss, use mouthwash, and visit us for a checkup every six months.
A Lifetime of Smiles
If you care for your oral health, your titanium implants won’t degrade. This means that once your dental implants are in place, there’s no need to change them.
Talk of the Tyne
Don’t just take our word for it listen to what our patients have to say about The CDC service.
All in a
Colin’s sore gums and toothache were no match for The CDC team. He says CDC’s Darren Cannell is a fantastic dentist—and the most ethical professional ever!
Here’s what happened when we asked Lesley to take one last look at the smile she lived with before visiting The CDC.
You can hear the emotion in David’s voice when he describes the feeling of losing his smile. So, what was the magic behind his stunning transformation? Another day—another success story for The CDC.
Before & After
Are Dental Implants
Right for You?
Dental implants are a life-enhancing treatment option, but they might not suit everyone. To go through the procedure, you’ll need to be in reasonably good general health and have sufficient jaw bone dentistry to support the implant.
If you have lost density in your jaw due to resorption, you may need a grafting procedure first to rebuild your bone.GET IN TOUCH
The Dental Implant
Dental implant surgery is performed in several stages. As we place the implant into your jaw, the bone will need time to strengthen and heal between steps.
Every dental implant placement begins with a thorough assessment of your teeth and jaws. We’ll ask you some questions about your general health and take scans of your mouth to ensure you have sufficient bone mass to accommodate the implant.
During this initial consultation, we’ll talk you through what you can expect from the process and allow you to ask questions.
We want you to feel comfortable throughout your dental implant surgery, so we’ll give you an anaesthetic before we begin.
We’ll start by placing the implant itself. Because we need to wait for the bone to accept and bind with the implant, we won’t place the final prosthetic yet. Instead, we’ll give you a temporary replacement that looks and feels great.
After the bone has healed and the lab has created your new custom tooth, we will ask you to return to have the final restoration placed.
Dental Implants In the Northeast
As one of the Northeast’s premier dental practices, The CDC is proud of the beautiful restorations we’ve achieved using dental implants. Get in touch today to schedule your consultation.
Find Us in Newcastle and Durham
You’re never far from The CDC.
Find us at Old Eldon Square in Newcastle town centre or visit our Old Elvet clinic in Durham.
DH1 3HL 0191 375 0191
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