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Implant Retained Dentures

IMPLANT-RETAINED DENTURES

A lasting solution to multiple missing teeth in Kent

Some forms of tooth replacement, such as removable dentures, don’t provide you with the stability you need to smile and chew confidently. If you’re seeking a more permanent solution to replacing missing teeth, then you will love the reliability of our implant-retained dentures in Maidstone, Kent.

Implant-retained dentures can replace a number of missing teeth in succession, so you can easily and effectively fill a large gap in one procedure. We can firmly attach a full or partial set of dentures onto carefully placed implant roots to provide you with natural-looking teeth that won’t wobble or limit your lifestyle.

  • Implant-retained dentures look, feel, and work like real teeth
  • They are a permanent and strong tooth replacement solution
  • Implant-retained dentures prevent the embarrassing ‘caved in’ appearance
  • They are a cost-effective solution to missing teeth
  • Their placement will be carried out by our resident expert, Matthew Wall

The placement of our implant-retained dentures in Maidstone, Kent can not only benefit your cosmetic smile but your dental health, too. When we lose teeth, the bone that held them in your jaw will shrink and cause a ‘caved in’ appearance. The placement of your dental implants can preserve this bone, maintaining the shape and structure of your jaw and cheeks.

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To say that I am delighted with the final outcome would be an understatement

“Just a few words to finally allow me to take the opportunity to say many, many thanks to you and your staff for the dental implant surgery that was carried out at the practice. Also, special thanks to Donna and Rebecca who worked closely alongside you during the various stages of treatment – not forgetting those involved in reception. There was a time when I though to question my decision to have the treatment but your reassurance about the procedure never wavered and I am extremely grateful to you for that! I cannot also thank you enough for the care and professionalism the practice afforded me throughout the whole procedure including the skill of the dental technician involved, to say that I am delighted with the final outcome would be an understatement!!

This letter is a testament to all involved at Roseacre Dental Practice to which I am also extremely grateful.”

-Mr G W

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YOUR IMPLANT CONSULTATION

Your patient journey

WHAT HAPPENS?

We provide thorough 30-minute consultations for each patient considering implant-retained dentures, because our patient’s comfort and confidence in our care is one of our top priorities. Our very own dental implant dentist, Matthew Wall, will take care to listen to your individual needs and concerns regarding your treatment and examine your mouth carefully.

Your initial consultation costs just £75 and will provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and find out more about our excellent quality of care, expertise, and treatment outcomes. Your consultation cost will be returned to you after treatment.

GOLD STANDARD OF CARE

A 3D dental CT scan will be taken of your teeth and jaw to allow us to plan and prepare your treatment with unparalleled accuracy. Matthew has been successfully placing dental implants for many years and has achieved postgraduate qualifications from The Royal College of Surgeons and the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute, so you can be assured of the highest quality of care.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

About Implant-Retained Dentures in Kent

  1. What are implant-retained dentures?

    Implant-retained dentures are a permanent and cost-effective solution to replacing multiple missing teeth in succession. Your dental implant will come in two parts: the roots, and the denture to fix on top. The artificial titanium roots are placed in the jaw to create a strong foundation for your tooth replacement. These will eventually fuse to your jaw bone, helping your implants to last a lifetime. The denture, the part of the dental implant that looks like natural teeth, is fitted onto the roots and is created to perfectly match your existing teeth.

  2. How long will my implant-retained dentures last?

    If they are looked after and cleaned as regularly as natural teeth should be, your implant-retained dentures can last you the rest of your life. They are an extremely cost-effective and long-lasting solution to replacing multiple missing teeth, and their titanium roots will eventually fuse to your jaw bone to promote a strong and stable foundation.

  3. Do my implant-retained dentures require any specialised care?

    Not at all! Implant-retained dentures look, feel, and function like natural teeth, and they should be cared for and treated exactly the same. You do not need to care for them in a specialised way, they simply need to be dutifully maintained like the rest of your teeth. Brush twice a day, floss, and attend regular appointments with your hygienist, and they could last the rest of your life.

  4. Are there sedation options for implant-retained dentures?

    Dental implant placement is a minor surgical procedure that has been performed for many years with an excellent success rate. All dental implant treatment is carried out under local anaesthetic, but we can offer dental sedation for nervous patients.

  5. Can anyone have implant-retained dentures?

    Dental implants are suited to most patients, but sometimes they may not be the best treatment option for you. At your initial consultation we can discuss your individual needs, concerns, and any possible treatment options.

  6. Why should I replace missing teeth?

    In the majority of instances, replacing a missing tooth can benefit your dental and oral health and help avoid future complications. Replacing multiple missing teeth with implant-retained dentures ensures the surrounding teeth are supported, preventing them from moving into the gap and causing problems with your bite. By leaving the gap, your surrounding teeth will begin to exert and absorb more pressure from chewing, increasing their wear and tear. This can affect your ability to eat and chew as well as your cosmetic smile.

    Also, by leaving a gap in your teeth, you leave more gum exposed and susceptible to damage. This can heighten the likelihood of you contracting gum disease, which will lead to discomfort and further dental treatment in the future.

    By replacing missing teeth, you can help preserve the integrity of the affected jawbone to avoid the embarrassing ‘caved in’ look.