Dental Implants are a great way to replace missing teeth, however there are steps that can be taken to help avoid tooth loss and keep your mouth healthy.
Dental Implant News for Practitioners
Case Summary. A middle aged gentleman was advised to visit Dr Chris Wood after falling over in the bath and knocking out two front teeth. He was upset at the thought of wearing a ‘wobbly plastic plate’ for the rest of his life. Chris followed the normal procedures of examination, diagnosis and treatment planning, followed by provision of two implant supported ceramic crowns. Mr D’s confidence was restored, it now felt like he had his own teeth back again.
Case summary. A 65 year old gentleman was referred to implantologist Dr Chris Wood depressed about the inability to eat comfortably since his lower teeth had been lost and replaced with a denture. Chris undertook the normal treatment stages of examination, treatment plan discussion, treatment planning, surgery and provision of a new implant supported denture. Mr B was literally ‘amazed’ at the difference between his original loose, painful denture and his new comfortable, stable implant denture.
The Importance of Implant Aftercare Now that you are enjoying crunching into that crispy apple, choosing whatever you wish from the restaurant menu and smiling with the new found confidence which your dental implants have brought, it’s worth taking a few moments to check that you fully understand the most effective way of caring for your investment.
Dental Implants are without question the modern way to replace missing teeth. Small Titanium ‘replacement roots’ are used to anchor new teeth. This can be a single tooth, maybe lost through an accident or infection, several teeth, which may have been lost over a number of years for various reasons or a whole set of teeth, maybe lost through the effects of gum disease or neglect.
Chris and his Implant Coordinator Jane Bower led two very successful lunch time presentations last month. Causeway dental practice Bicester and 52 Cornmarket St Witney, both participated in lunch time seminars covering updates in Implant Dentistry and modern techniques for restoring dental implants.
The Wand was developed to replace the traditional syringe in dentistry. This computer controlled anaesthetic delivery system is a logical progression from the syringe which has seen little change since it’s invention more than 150 years ago. 'With The Wand, dentists can bring one of dentistry’s last remaining antiquated designs into the 21st Century'.
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