What can I expect from getting dental implants in Stoke-on-trent?
We offer a high level of professional dental care to all our patients. We fully understand that choosing to undergo any form of dental, cosmetic, or orthodontic treatment can be a huge investment, both financially and emotionally. Individuals may choose certain dental clinics based on convenience, for example their local clinic. We have a highly trained dentist as a part of our team, who will fit your dental implants. Dr. Sam Ahmed is a highly trained professional who has actually placed over six hundred dental implants, he also uses the most advanced and modern dental technology, allowing even the most difficult and trivial dental cases to be resolved.
Do you only offer private dentistry?
We offer our patients the choice of both National Health Service dental treatments, as well as private dentistry. This suits everyone who may be looking to undergo any form of dental treatment with us in the future, and may not wish to pay larger sums of money for their chosen treatment.
Do I have to pay for my dental implants in Stoke-on-Trent upfront?
No! We understand that paying a hefty upfront cost can be difficult for some patients. If you wish to have a form of dental treatment, which could be dental implants, then you can choose to pay monthly, with a zero percent finance option, allowing the costs to be divided.
Why should I choose to receive dental implants in stoke-On-Trent?
An individual may lose a tooth (or even several teeth within the mouth) from a wide variety of reasons, one of which being health concerns. Diseases such as gum disease, for example, can be a cause of teeth falling out within the mouth, however other reasons such as a bicycle accident, or simply falling over, may also be a reason. Dental Implants are a strong, and long-lasting alternative to dentures, and some individuals may even switch to implants, since dentures have to be removed for cleaning and sleeping.
How do dental implants at your dental clinic in Stoke-On-Trent actually work?
Essentially, dental implants consist of three aspects. The main dental implant is a small titanium screw that is inserted into the skull (aiming to replicate the natural tooth root that was there originally). The abutment (also commonly referred to as a connector) is the part that connects the replica tooth root and the porcelain crown.
What is a porcelain crown?
A porcelain crown is the part of the dental implant that aims to replicate the real tooth, this should feel like a real tooth and can also be treated with the same dental health care routine as your surrounding ‘normal teeth’.
How do I maintain my dental implants?
When dental implants are cared for correctly, they can last an extremely long time. Your dental implants can be cared for in the same way as your normal teeth, and do therefore not require a unique or advanced dental hygiene routine, which can be a huge advantage.