Dental Implants Hull
Dental Implants, an alternative to missing teeth...
Looking for Dental Implants Hull & East Yorkshire? then St Andrews Dental Care can help you!
Having gaps in your teeth or wearing loose, uncomfortable dentures can impose limits on what you can eat at mealtimes and also to make matters worse, this inconvenience is often accompanied by a negative impact on ones appearance and self-confidence.
Dental implants feel and function just like your natural teeth and offer you a reliable and permanent solution to missing teeth. Whether you need a single tooth or multiple implants? Dental Implants can restore normality back to your life.
More and more denture wearing patients are coming to us for advice on how Dental Implants can even help them get rid of dentures altogether. If you would like us to help you improve your smile, or get rid of dentures for good then get in touch and find out how St Andrews Dental Care can help you change your life!
Top 3 Questions about Dental Implants…
A dental implant is a titanium metal rod which is placed into the jawbone. It is used to support one or more false teeth. In practice, both the false teeth and their supporting rod are known as Dental Implants.
Dental Implants are a well-established, tried-and-tested treatment which provides a long term solution as an alternative to putting up with missing teeth or wearing dentures. 95-98% of modern dental implants should last for many years with the right care. We have a long list of patients whom are delighted with their Dental Implants
In the unlikely event that stitches are used during the dental implant procedure, slight discomfort may be experienced but this is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about. This is usually due to the normal healing process and should subside within a few days. If you have any concerns about this then we are happy to discuss these.
We have the latest in 3D scanning technology which scans the jaws in 3D, producing a software model of the bone and soft tissue. This allows the most accurate planning for the placement of Dental Implants. It also offers unprecedented levels of detail, allowing better diagnosis and treatment planning generally. Prior to this system, a patient might need a CAT scan in hospital. CAT scans give a relatively high radiation dose to the patient and cost up to £600. This in-house system significantly reduces the radiation dose and the cost, which is typically £120 per dental arch. At present, this is only the second machine in the UK and the only one outside London. We are committed to quality and investment in the best technology available for our Dental Implant Patients.