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Dental Implants: Achieve a Beautiful and Complete Smile Once Again

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2-1One of the greatest advances in dentistry in recent years is the development of dental implants which allow you to fill gaps that are caused by missing teeth. Dental implants closely replicate the feel, appearance and function of your natural teeth and will feel strong and stable, which is a great contrast to partial dentures. The implants can be used to support crowns, bridges and even full dentures. Most importantly, dental implants will restore your confidence to smile and your ability to eat comfortably.

Implants at Apple Dental
The procedure for placing dental implants at Apple Dental is assisted through computer-guided technology. Implant placement is carefully assessed, designed and planned down to the last millimetre. Ensuring that your implant is in exactly the right place for appearance and functionality means that your new teeth will look natural and feel comfortable instantly.

Who Can Have Dental Implants?
Most adults can have dental implants, as long as your teeth and jaws have finished growing and developing. It’s important to have good dental and general health but it’s certainly not an issue if you are a little older. To find out more, why not book a consultation with us here at Apple Dental? We can then assess your dental health and suggest the most suitable implant treatment for you.

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