If you have suffered from tooth loss, you may feel burdened by the prospect of wearing dentures for the rest of your life. This is no longer the only future that awaits you. Modern dentistry at Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic in Farnham brings you dental implants. This clinically proven treatment for missing teeth brings greater stability than traditional dentures, with added long-term benefits for your dental health. Our dedicated team of dentists are waiting to restore your smile with dental implants in Farnham.
How do dental implants work?
Dental implants are small titanium screws that act as artificial tooth roots. Just like your natural tooth roots, they sit within your jawbone. New bone weaves in and around them, resulting in a stable foundation for the attachment of replacement teeth. This means you won't ever need to worry about your replacement teeth shifting out of place when you talk, eat or chew. What's more, dental implants prevent the loss of bone and gums that commonly occurs following tooth loss.
At our practice in Farnham, dental implants are used to treat a range of tooth loss situations. Whether you have lost a single tooth or a whole mouthful, dental implants can be used to successfully reconstruct your missing teeth.
What to expect from the implant treatment
Dental implant treatment in Farnham can be a stress-free experience at Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic. During a comprehensive hour-long consultation with one of our highly trained dentists, we will listen to your concerns, needs and questions. After a thorough examination of your mouth, we will develop a detailed and effective treatment plan, so you will know exactly what to expect on your implant journey.
Dental implants are usually fitted under local anaesthetic; however, we also offer sedation for more nervous patients. After eight to 20 weeks of healing, your replacement teeth will be attached. You will then be ready to enjoy the lifelong benefits of dental implants in Farnham. We additionally offer a complimentary 12-month review, just to check in and see how you are getting along with your implants.