Tooth loss can affect a person’s confidence when they smile, making them feel embarrassed by the gaps.
[LONDON, 4/7/2018] – It can even interrupt the fluency of someone’s lifestyle, in how they eat and speak. No wonder then that for centuries people have been trying to find ways to replace lost teeth, the latest being dental implants at Aura Dental.
Dental implants at Aura Dental come very close to perfect mimicry of nature. Dental implants at Aura Dental serve to restore people’s smiles after they have lost one several or all of their teeth. They also give back the pleasures of eating without discomfort and speaking without worry.
The journey of treatment with dental implants at Aura Dental
In North London, dental implants at Aura Dental simulate the functions of natural teeth. The body treats the small titanium screw like a natural part, healing around it and integrating it with the jawbone. Over time, it becomes secure enough to have a replacement tooth fitted on top. Dental implants at Aura Dental can each support up to three teeth on a bridge, and, combined, can be used to replace an entire arch of teeth.
Someone who has been burdened with loose dentures for a long time after tooth loss may grow tired of worrying about their teeth falling out when they smile or laugh. Dental implants at Aura Dental can be used to secure dentures and stop them from sliding around in the mouth.
If a person goes into the dentist looking for a quick solution to their missing teeth, they may like the sound of teeth in a day. This means replacing their teeth with a temporary bridge after the dental implants at Aura Dental have been fitted into the jawbone. Once the implants have properly fused with the jawbone, about four to six months later, a permanent bridge will be fitted onto the dental implants at Aura Dental.
Restoring the joys of food and smiles
Receiving dental implants at Aura Dental is beneficial for the oral health and appearance of a person’s smile. They will no longer be restrained by the discomfort of missing teeth when they bite and chew, allowing them to order what they like on the dinner menu.