No More Gaps


Dental ImplantA smile is the first thing we notice when meeting a new person. This can make or break a first impression, and influence our relationships both personal and professional. Dental implants can be beneficial not just for cosmetic reasons, but for our social wellbeing too. Our teeth and smiles are the second most attractive feature in both men and women. This is only beaten by personality, proving it is the most aesthetically pleasing feature of our entire bodies. 

No longer do you have to accept missing or broken teeth in your mouth. Dental implants provide a safe and reliable alternative to a smile that has lost its confidence and spark. 

A huge 74% of adults have had to have one or more teeth removed in their lifetimes. This provides the facts needed to understand why dental implants are becoming ever more popular, as well as affordable.

Increasingly studies have found our oral health is becoming a major indication of other health problems including diabetes, heart disease, strokes and even premature births.

The pros of dental implants

Dental implants are the only dental restoration choice that preserves and in addition stimulates natural bone, helping to stimulate bone growth and prevent any extra bone loss. They have recently become the one of the most requested treatments for adults in the UK.

Dental implants have a wealth of pros. The appearance of your teeth is a major reason for dental implants. Not only do your teeth reclaim their natural appearance, but your face structure can too. No more sagging skin reducing the definition in your face.

Another major factor is the strength and resilience of dental implants. As they are surgically part of your jaw bone they provide a perfect join to your bone enabling you to eat whatever you want without fear of them falling out or slipping.

It is very important to choose the right dental professional for your dental implant needs. Reputation is an invaluable asset. An example of this is Blue Sky Dentistry, Northern Ireland.

How much do they cost?

Dental implants can vary in cost starting from around £1000 for a single tooth to well over £10,000 for multiple teeth.

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