What is restorative dentistry, and why should I choose to receive dental implants?

Restorative dentistry is essentially the study, diagnosis, and therefore the management of diseases of the teeth and their surrounding structures and nerve tissues. Restorative dentistry aims to restore the function and health of the teeth as well as improve them aesthetically. Individuals who may consider implants at our dental clinic may be suffering from one or even several missing teeth within the mouth, although many patients may not be fully aware of the importance of filling a gap in the mouth.

Why is it important to replace missing teeth, and receive dental implants in Stoke-on-Trent?



Although the main drive for many patients may be to improve the aesthetic appearance of their smile, missing teeth can have more severe and complex implications than appearance. Missing teeth can cause discomfort or even pain when completing daily dental tasks (such as brushing, flossing, eating, and drinking), however gaps in teeth can also cause speech difficulties, which can dramatically reduce an individual's confidence, and possibly social or career prospects. A gap along the gum line can affect the bone of the patient, causing resorption as it is no longer being stimulated, which can lead to premature ageing of the face, an effect which is not desirable.

The development of oral diseases


Aside from physical effects that missing teeth can cause, there can also be further concerns in terms of oral diseases and infections. A gap within the mouth can cause the surrounding teeth to move into the available space, which can eliminate years of orthodontic work, but it can also lead to a build-up of oral bacteria. A missing tooth can cause increased difficulty when brushing, as well as a build-up of tartar and plaque, which can lead to infections of the mouth, and the development of gum disease.

How do dental implants in Stoke-On-Trent work?


Dental implants in Stoke-On-Trent consist of three parts, the titanium screw (known as the base) acts as a replica tooth root, and has a stabilising effect. The second aspect is less commonly known, and is called the abutment or ‘connector’, the connector’s role is to link the base with the porcelain crown which is customised for each patient in shape and shade of tooth,.

Why choose us?


Choosing a dental clinic to receive your restorative dentistry can be difficult, however we believe we can give our patients results they will be happy with. Our clinic takes pride in delivering high quality dental care, using state-of-the-art modern dental technologies to ensure our patients receive the highest standard of treatment. We aim to offer our patients affordable dentistry of all kinds, within a clean, safe, and comfortable dental environment.

Meet the team


At our clinic in Stoke-on-Trent we are proud to offer our patients an array of dental health care professionals, including dentists, hygienists, and dental nurses. All of our team welcome new patients of all ages with enthusiasm, and hold a passion for excellent patient care.

Pay us a visit


On our website, we always display our exact location, and all of our contact details, ensuring our potential patients can always pay us a visit, or give us a call. Our dental clinic welcomes nervous patients to look around, as we are aware this can ease their concerns, and make the experience more comfortable for them.

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3 Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 4EA    |    Call today 01782 844696

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