When you have a missing tooth or teeth, chances are you are looking for a way to conceal the gap while also restoring the strength of your bite.
If you lost your tooth or teeth a while back, you may already be using a fitted bridge or a partial denture to achieve these goals. Long-term, many people find fitted bridges difficult to maintain; they often apply additional pressure to the teeth they are attached to, and can cause damage to the enamel. Dentures, while the most well-known of restorative options, also create issues with sores on the teeth and ulcers, due in part to rubbing and ineffective denture glues.
Is there a way you can restore your natural-looking smile without such drawbacks? Yes, there is!
When you come to our team at Kooringal Dental, we may be able to offer you dental implants in Wagga. Affixed to your jaw, this restorative option will not move, will look natural and best of all, it will restore your bite strength to its former glory! And with our affordable financing options, you won’t need to worry about costs! Brilliant!
Are there any more benefits to having dental implants in Wagga? Of course, there are! Read on to find out more!
Our team will hand sculpt your dental implants in Wagga to match the other teeth in your mouth; shape, size, colour and opacity we can match your new teeth to your natural ones flawlessly. After a while, you may even forget which of your teeth is the implant!
If you want to have an entire set of teeth replaced, with an implant fitted denture, we can make your new smile look as close to your former smile as you want, or we can give you the Hollywood treatment. The choice is yours.
Missing teeth impact on speech; the tongue is no longer restricted by the surrounding teeth, leading to sloppy or slurred pronunciation – more so if the missing tooth is located at the front of the mouth.
Having a stable tooth implanted will allow for clearer speech, while also improving your smile.
Oral implants don’t rub or cause ulcers, in the long-term, they are more comfortable.
The surgery to fit them may seem a bit invasive but we will take care to keep your mouth numbed during the process of fitting the implants to the jaw.
When you lose a tooth, it can be harder to eat a wider range of foods and, unluckily, healthy foods tend to be hard (such as nuts, raw fruits and veg).
With an implant, you will regain your bite strength and thus, your diet will become more varied and healthier. You will even be able to eat corn on the cob!
Assuming that you refrain from smoking, drinking excessively and keep up good oral hygiene habits, oral implants can last up to and over 20 years. If you feel they are falling out prematurely, contact our team.
All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.