Restore the gap in your smile

If you find yourself with a gap in your smile due to tooth loss, it might be time to go for dental implants in Richmond. Here at Sheen Dental Implants, we provide dental implants, whether you have one or multiple missing teeth, to help restore your smile.

Dental Implants in RichmondThe first step is to come in for a consultation, so we can assess your suitability for treatment. We need to make sure there is enough bone in your jaw to support the implant. After coming for a consultation and getting the ‘green light’ for treatment, you can begin to look forward to reaping the benefits of dental implants in Richmond.

Dental implants: the basics

Dental implants consist of titanium screws that are placed into the jawbone. These are left to integrate, allowing the bone and blood vessels in the jaw to mesh with the implant. This is what separates dental implants from alternative treatments, they deal with what is going on below the gum line by mimicking the natural roots of the teeth.

While your implants integrate with the jawbone, a temporary restoration will be placed on top to fill the gap in your smile. Later a permanent crown can be attached to the implant using an abutment. This is made to match the rest of your teeth in shape and colour.

Reap the benefits

One of the biggest benefits of going for dental implants in Richmond is that they give you restorations that look and feel natural.

On top of this, if you go too long without treating your tooth loss, your jawbone will degenerate, leaving you with a sunken-cheeked look that ages you. Dental implants keep you looking youthful and healthy, and therefore allow you to smile, laugh, talk and eat with confidence.

If you look after your dental implants by maintaining good oral hygiene at home and not skipping out on your dental appointments, they can last for a lifetime. The porcelain crowns on top may need changing every 15 years or so but that’s a simple enough procedure.

Invest in dental implants in Richmond and look forward to a lifetime of improved oral health.