Why Titanium is so good for Dental Implants

Titanium is the material of choice for dental implants

Dental Implants are quite possibly one of the most interesting cosmetic dental options available today. They have the ability to dramatically change smiles and people’s lives. Implants are small inserts, usually made out of titanium, which fit into a patient’s jaw bone forming an artificial tooth root. This lays a stable foundation to be restored with a dental crown (artificial tooth), bridge or to fix in place a set of dentures. With proper care dental implants can last a lifetime, but can any old material be used to make the implants?

During the implant placement procedure, a surgeon will place them in the appropriate position of your jaw bone. Before this is done they will fully assess your suitability for dental implant treatment by asking a series of questions and also checking the quality of your bone using ct scanning equipment. The implant dentist will make an insertion into the correct place of the jaw bone and place the implant. This is a painless procedure and carried out using local anaesthetic. Anxious patients such as those suffering from dental phobia also have the option of being sedated during the procedure. The interesting part of the procedure happens after the implants have been placed, it is the process in which your new artificial tooth roots form a permanent bond with your jaw bone that can last a lifetime – the process of osseointegration.

What is osseointegration?

Osseointegration is the formation of connecting bone between the dental implants and the patients jaw bone. The surface of the titanium dental implants is designed in a way which allows bone to grow into the pores of the implant surface to create a stable foundation which can last for the rest of a patients life. This is a direct contact between the bone and implant surface, which is dentistry’s answer to the artificial tooth root.

Because of the solid foundation dental implants provide they have been utilised by dentists to produce some amazing transformations. The main uses of dental implants are:

  1. Replacing a missing tooth. When a tooth is lost not only does it damage the appearance of your smile but it can also cause further complications later on. Teeth can migrate into the gaps caused by missing teeth to create a whole host of other complications. Also when teeth are missing and the jaw bone doesn’t receive sufficient stimulation, it can lead to bone shrinkage, one of the common signs of ageing. Dental Implants can be restored with a dental crown, which essentially looks, feels and functions just like a normal tooth. It is one of the best ways to replace a missing tooth.
  2. Fixing a dental bridge. A dental bridge is a fixed partial denture created by a dental technician. These can be used to replace multiple teeth without the need of multiple dental implants. Traditional dental bridges allow the replacement of other teeth by using a bridge which joins to adjacent teeth. However these removable bridges can cause discomfort, dental implants can be used to fix them in place permanently and in a stable fashion to allow the patients to eat and smile with confidence.
  3. Implant supported dentures. Also know as false teeth, dentures are prosthetic devises made to replace a whole set of teeth. Traditional dentures are only fixed in place temporarily, usually by a gel that holds the dentures in place. The stability of these dentures can result in problems that severely affect a patients confidence to eat and smile. Titanium Dental Implants offer the option of being able to fix a set of dentures in place permanently, giving the stability denture-wearers need to eat the foods they like and talk with confidence.

So why use titanium for dental implants?

Titanium is a material that is well tolerated by bone and can integrate easily, allowing the process of osseointegration and forming a stable artificial tooth root that can last a lifetime with the proper care. Unlike other metals, titanium oxide can fuse with the patients jaw bone permanently.

Find out more information about titanium dental implants

The Scott Arms Dental Practice is one of the leading implant clinics. We offer free dental implant consultations and interest free finance is available on dental implant treatment. Book your free implant assessment today by phoning 0121 357 5000.

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Dental Implants can delay signs of ageing

Dental Implants can delay one of the signs of ageing, bone shrinkage

Not only are dental implants the best way to replace missing teeth they can also delay one of the main signs of aging, bone shrinkage.

Dental Implants are small titanium inserts that are placed by an implant dentist into your jaw bone which can be restored with dental crowns, fixed bridges or can support a set of dentures. They look feel and function just like normal teeth allowing you to smile and eat with confidence. If looked after properly with good oral hygiene from regular brushing and flossing, dental implants can last a lifetime making them one of the most effective dental treatments available.

What happens when you lose a tooth?

If a tooth is missing, the jawbone extension that supports it can slowly shrink away. This is a process called restriction, a natural process which occurs due to a loss of stimulation to the jaw bone from forces placed on the teeth. Resorption will cause the supporting bone (the alveolar bone) to shrink in both height and width over time.

As your bone jaw loses density it becomes smaller in size and weaker. Changes in jaw structure have a significant affect on the appearance of your face. Preventing bone shrinkage is important to delay one of the main signs of ageing.
Missing teeth can create gaps causing teeth to drift

As teeth are lost, the remaining teeth surrounding will slowly shift position toward where the tooth was lost. Our teeth naturally move toward the front of our mouths, if there are gaps it allows the teeth to drift in a more detrimental fashion. The drifting of teeth can alter the surrounding gum tissue, producing areas which trap food that’s difficult to remove. The areas which trap food act as a fertile breeding ground for tooth decay and predisposes the teeth to periodontal disease. The movement of teeth will cause changes in your bite (occlusion) and change the physical appearance of your smile.

How can dental implants help?

Dental Implants are essentially artificial tooth roots, the titanium inserts insert into your jaw bone just like a tooth root would. When force is applied to the implant it is enough to stimulate the supporting bone and prevent the supporting bone from shrinking. Dental Implants also “fill the gaps” made by missing teeth, preventing the surrounding teeth from drifting and causing further problems. If you have any questions regarding Dental Implants feel free to contact the Scott Arms Dental Practice on 0121 357 5000. At our Dentists we offer free Dental Implant consultations where you’ll receive expert advice from our award winning implant dentists.

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My Dentures are hurting

Denture pain and discomfort Birmingham

Many patients seeking emergency dentist treatment in Birmingham mention a common problem, their dentures are causing them pain.

Dentures are removable prosthetic teeth replacements that are usually made of acrylic that can replace multiple teeth or a full set of teeth. Usually they are held in a patients mouth temporarily and can be taken out whenever needed and can greatly improve ones smile. If you have lost some teeth, dentures can transform the way you look, eat and speak. They can be fitted straight away after a tooth has been knocked out, making them a common form of dental treatment for all ages, not just the elderly. We have fitted thousands of dentures for our patients, but what can cause discomfort in a small number of patients?

Dentures will never feel like your natural teeth despite looking just like them, they aren’t attached to tooth roots and are made of a different material. When you have them fitted, your Dentist will explain both the difficulties you’ll face wearing them as well as the advantages.

It may take up to 2 months before you’re completely used to wearing your dentures, this is perfectly normal. It’s worth leaving them out at night and possibly at some point in the day, just to give your gums a rest.

Ensuring your dentures fit correctly

When you initially see your dentist for denture treatment, they will take an impression of your mouth and send it to a dental technician who will make your dentures. When you next visit your dentist, they will check the fit of your dentures as they may have to be slightly modified. If the dentures don’t fit correctly, they can rub against the inside of your mouth, resulting in soreness and even ulcers.

Loose Dentures

Dentures can be stabilised by dental implants to help the dentures fit more comfortably. Dental Implants are small titanium inserts that are placed into your jaw bone and act as an artificial tooth root. Dental Implants can be restored with a dental crown to act, feel and function just like a natural tooth. With dentures, dental implants can be used to attach to the dentures and stabilise them in place by fixing them to your jaw bone, much more effective than any denture adhesive!

Replacing dentures with dental implants

Whilst dentures are an excellent treatment choice to replace your missing teeth, they will never obtain the same result of comfort dental implants are able to. Dental implants look and function just like normal teeth, whilst the treatment is more expensive the results are more impressive. From replacing single teeth to replacing a whole set of teeth, dental implants if looked after correctly, can last a lifetime and even delay one of the main signs of ageing (bone shrinkage).

If you’re interested in finding out more information on dentures, solving problems with your current dentures or even replacing them with dental implants, feel free to contact our highly experienced team on 0121 357 5000. With over 22 years of dental implant and denture experience, we’re confident we can help any dental problems you may have.

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Are you suffering from Gum Disease?

Gum disease can be helped by periodontal treatment from our Birmingham Dentists

Gum disease affects a large proportion of the UK but some people are simply unaware of it’s presence. If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, your gums are swollen or your teeth are starting to wobble you could be suffering from gum disease.

Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or periodontal disease, is a bacterial infection of the gum that can progress to the bone supporting your teeth. If not removed from daily brushing and flossing, plaque can build up on your teeth allowing bacteria to infect your gums and teeth.

Early symptoms of gum disease can be recognised by your dentist and be stopped before the disease can cause any real damage. It’s important to combat periodontitis early, if allowed to develop further it could have a dramatic effect on your smile.

Checking if you have Gum Disease

Gum disease is most common amongst adults but can affect people at any age. If you experience any of the following symptoms its advised you seek professional help:

  • Your gums bleed when you brush or floss
  • Gums have become red and swollen
  • Teeth have become lose
  • Spaces have started to form between your teeth
  • When you bite your teeth fit together differently

As gum disease progresses the symptoms get worse. Patients experience noticeable bad breath. Teeth become more sensitive, the gum line recedes and pus can even seep from the gums.

How is Gum Disease treated?

After visiting a dentist due to experiencing some of the symptoms of gum disease they will do a thorough examination to assess its severity. Early stages of gum disease can be treated easily with proper and regular brushing/flossing. Maintaining a good standard of oral hygiene will prevent the build up of plaque that causes your gums to become infected.

However when plaque builds up, it hardens into tartar which cannot be removed by normal brushing or flossing. Either a dentist or dental hygienist will scale your teeth to remove the tartar above and below your gum line. Depending on the severity of the disease, your dentist will be able to supply you with antibiotics and painkillers. Other treatments such as root planing and surgery are available if required to treat more advanced stages of gum disease.

Preventing Gum Disease

The best way to treat gum disease is by preventing it from occurring by maintaining a good standard or oral hygiene. Whilst it may seem like common sense, it’s important the following is carried out to help keep gum disease at bay:

  • Brush your teeth twice a day, this helps removes the plaque of the surface of the teeth which can harden into tartar and lead to gum disease.
  • Regular Flossing. This is vital as can get to those hard to reach places a toothbrush simply can’t.
  • An Antibacterial Mouthwash can work in conjunction with brushing and flossing to help remove plaque from your mouth.

What to do for more advice

If you’re suffering from gum disease or experiencing any symptoms it’s worth seeking professional help from a dentist immediately. At the Scott Arms Dental Practice our Dentists have over 22 years of experience treating patients for gum disease related problems. We offer an emergency dental service 365 days a year and treat our patients with the highest standard of dental care.

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False Teeth Implants

False teeth implants to replace missing teeth in Birmingham

Whether the false teeth are to replace a single tooth or many, one out of five adults in England are wearing some kind of artificial teeth. Half of these people are over fifty-five years of age. The main problem with false teeth dentures is that they tend to be loose, they cover the palate in the upper jaw which stops patients tasting their food, and they make patients feel very self-conscious and can ‘knock’ their confidence. With those kinds of statements, more and more people are now looking for alternative ways to replace their dentures.

False teeth implants (dental implants) are the best and most natural way to replace missing teeth. They can help you regain your confident smile, chew and taste your food, and they can even prevent bone shrinkage in your jaw, which can be one of the signs of ageing. They are also a lot more affordable now that there is the option of interest free credit available.

False teeth implants replace the missing tooth and form a stable foundation for the replacement teeth. They look, feel and function like your natural teeth. Implants can be used to replace single teeth, several teeth or even a complete jaw. They can also be used to stabilise your dentures from moving about, particularly the lower dentures.

The benefits of false teeth implants over conventional methods of tooth replacement include the preservation of the gum and the supporting bone. They will help to distribute the force evenly over your remaining teeth, and therefore may help to lengthen their life span. Alternatives like bridgework involve cutting down teeth either side of the gap, and dentures can be uncomfortable to wear and some may look out of place.

At Scott Arms Dental Practice, Dr Philip Tangri has over 22 years of experience in dental implants and is one of the leading dentists and dental implant surgeons in the West Midlands and the country. During the 22 years, Philip has placed many thousands of false teeth implants resulting into thousands of happy patients and a reputation as one of the best dentists to visit for dental implants. He has received his diploma in dental implants from the Royal College of Surgeons. Using the latest technology available, dental implants (false teeth implants) are the best option to give you the ability to smile, laugh, speak and eat with confidence.

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What to do before Dental Implant treatment

What to do before you get dental implant treatment in Birmingham

If there’s one thing you get this year, it should be dental implants. They are an excellent investment, a permanent tooth replacement that if looked after, will last for a lifetime. Dental Implants allow you to eat with confidence, allowing you to consume those foods you simply couldn’t wearing dentures or other teeth replacement options. For patients who are going to have dental implant treatment we recommend the following information to ensure the treatment goes smoothly.

Dental Implant surgery is similar to other invasive dental procedures such as teeth extractions. However this form of dental surgery isn’t conducted in a hospital operating room, it’s carried out in a dental practice near you.

How is dental implant treatment carried out?

Dental Implant treatment is carried out under local anaesthetic, during the procedure patients don’t feel any pain or discomfort. In some cases a mild sedative can be used, this is recommended to nervous and anxious patients. Dental phobia is a common problem and our dentists at Scott Arms are highly experienced in dealing with nervous patients. To find out more check out our section on dental sedation. We recommend you have a good meal before surgery as afterwards it may be difficult to eat with a numb mouth.

Something to consider before dental implant surgery

Shaving excessive facial hair is recommended before implant treatment, it makes it easier to disinfect the skin and does not hinder a dentists vision. Your dental implant dentist may recommend you take antibiotics before surgery, this is different case to case but before you have dental implant treatment your implant dentist should keep you well informed of what is expected of you.

It is important to be nice and relaxed before the dental implant treatment. Ensure you are not worrying about finances, at our implant dentists we offer interest free finance on dental implant treatment, allowing patients to spread the cost of their treatment so they don’t have to worry. There really is no reason to worry about dental implant surgery, at Scott Arms we have over 22 years of implant experience and have placed thousands of dental implants. The treatment procedure is a simple process and doesn’t take long at all, in most cases letting you return to work as normal the next day. The time it takes for the whole initial procedure is dependent upon how many implants you are having, it takes approximately 20 minutes to place each implant. Whilst they are quick to place, dental implants if looked after by proper oral hygiene, can last for the rest of your life.

To find out more about dental implant treatment book a free dental implant assessment with one of our award winning implant dentists now by phoning 0121 357 5000. This is a no obligation free consultation where you can ask any questions you have, at the Scott Arms dental practice we offer only the highest standard of implant treatment and we’re here to help our patients for the long term.

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Bone grafting for Dental Implant Treatment

Bone grafting to improve dental implant treatment by our dentists in Birmingham

Dental Implant bone grafting increases the quantity and form of the jawbone
accessible to place dental implants. To support a tooth implant there must be an adequate amount of healthy bone available, Otherwise it’ll fail. When our implant dentists carry out dental implant treatment, primarily the size and quality of the bone a patient has is an important factor which a dental implant dentist has to assess in order to determine whether implants are an appropriate treatment route.

Dental implant bonegrafting is really a surgical treatment which will generally be
carried out in a dental surgery. This reverses bone tissue loss by replenishing with a
natural or artificial material or even with bone from the individual’s own system – termed
autogenous bone. Normally the aim would be to produce brand new healthy and natural
jawbone in the area using this method. A few artificial materials only hold the area
underneath the gum line and thus the individual’s body will not replace the material with
organic bone.

Tooth implant bone grafting replenishes absent jaw bone missing because of prior
dental removal, injuries, cysts, periodontal disease, bacterial infections alongside a great
many other causes. Even though these processes add to the cost of dental implants, they
help generate more beautiful and quite often stronger restorations.

Particular bone grafting approaches are:

  1. Bone Expansion – Most people, together with some medical
    professionals, erroneously have the belief that bones are unbendable and hard. Probably
    this false notion originates from researching dehydrated skeletons. Yet, bone that is still
    living is a whole lot softer and more malleable in comparison with dehydrated bone. In
    bone expansion, a region of bone, which is living, may be stretched open, enlarging the
    size of this bone considerably. Bigger dental implants may be set by means of bone
    expansion. The prime aim of bone expansion is to permit a bigger teeth implant to be put
    into the recipient location in which the bone expansion was successfully performed.
    Bigger implants have got a higher surface area to incorporate into the bone and thus possess a healthier long term prognosis. One small hole is drilled in the centre of the
    section of the bone material to be expanded. After that a number of bone expansion
    specific tools are put into this hole. When the bone expansion apparatus gets steadily
    bigger, the hole through the bone becomes steadily bigger and the walls broaden. Quite
    often an implant will be promptly loaded or the hole may be filled with bone, or maybe a
    synthetic material. Bone expansion stretches or widens the walls of the bone.
  2. Socket Preservation – In most cases the bone tissue that held the tooth,
    known as a tooth-socket, quickly begins to melt immediately after tooth extraction. In
    instances when a teeth implant might be set in the foreseeable future then your surgeon
    can implement a socket preservation graft. The tooth is delicately extracted, employing
    new equipment known as periotomes, and then donor bone material is introduced within
    the tooth socket. The person’s body utilizes this donor bone to be able to immediately
    plug your tooth-socket with significantly less reduction of height and width. Largely this
    treatment is conducted within 2 weeks of tooth extraction. There exists a healing time
    frame of four to six months right after tooth removal preceding inserting tooth implants.
  3. Guided Tissue Regeneration – The growth of bone is a slow one but
    gums grow rapidly. As a result gums will rapidly grow into surgical holes drilled by
    dentists impeding the bone tissues from regenerating. Whenever bone is necessary in a
    region to place tooth implants, unchecked gum tissue growth is a challenge. A membrane
    barrier can cover the surgical hole and stop the gum tissue from advancing into the hole
    in a technique known as guided tissue regeneration. This provides the slower growing
    bone an opportunity to fill up the surgical hole without the competition.Guided tissue
    regeneration can be used to remedy defects around formerly inserted dental implants or
    generate extra bone in inadequate areas in advance of inserting tooth implants.
  4. Sinus-Lift Bonegrafting – When the sinus wall, that wall of bone tissues
    partitioning the sinus and the mouth, is extremely narrow, it is impossible to position
    tooth implants in this bone. This is where the sinus lift graft comes into play. Here the
    operating surgeon enters the sinus above the place that the upper teeth had previously
    been. The sinus membrane layer will then be elevated up and donor bone tissue is placed
    inside the floor of your sinus / the top of the upper mouth. Following recovery which can
    take several months, dental implants can be inserted and stabilized within the fresh sinus
    bone, that’s integrated within the jaw.
  5. Block Bonegrafting – This dental implant bone-grafting method is where
    a portion of bone tissue is removed from one region within the same person and inserted
    within the place where dental implants are going to be positioned. Once the block
    bonegraft is completed, it integrates in to the jaw bone itself. This will take between 4 to 6 months and teeth implants may be inserted soon after.

At the Scott Arms Dental Practice our dental implant surgeons have had over 22 years of dental implant experience. If you have any questions regarding dental implant treatment or bone grafting, feel free to contact our Birmingham Dentists on 0121 357 5000 to book a FREE dental implant consultation.

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Dental Implants for Elderly Patients

Dental Implants for Elderly Patients in Birmingham.

A common misconception among elderly dental implant patients is that dental implants are not a viable treatment option to senior citizens. However, in reality there is no age limit for implants so the elderly don’t have to be limited to traditional dentures. It is surprising how many patients over the age of 70 that have had dental implant treatment at Scott Arms Dental Practice. In order to determine whether a candidate is suitable for dental implant treatment, it is important to check the quality of bone available to place the implant.

Dental implants were actually developed for elderly patients that could not work with a removeable prothesis but due to their success and amazing smile transformations they are used regularly in younger patients. When a patient is examined by our implant dentists, it is their health that is assessed and not their age in determing whether they should have dental implant treatment.

Who can determine whether I should have implant treatment?

You will certainly find some health complications in elderly patients that may prevent dental implants being a treatment option and this is also the case in younger patients. The only person that can accurately determine whether you should have implant treatment or not is your dental implant dentist. The Scott Arms Dental Implant Centre boasts award winning implant dentists who are experienced in treating elderly patients with dental implants and offer a FREE dental implant consultation to all patients regardless of age. During your free implant consulation your dentist will be able to assess your health and determine if dental implants are a suitable option.

Dental Implants allow you to speak and eat with confidence

Elderly patients are usually incredibly delighted with their new dental implants if they have worn dentures previously. Dental implants are a permanent solution to replacing your teeth unlike temporary dentures they require attention each day to keep in place. Dental Implants look feel and function just like normal teeth, allowing you to speak and eat with confidence. They improve chewing ability and nutrition by allowing patients to eat foods they could never eat previously when using removable dentures. Dentures can also come loose and can cause mouth sores, where as dental implants are fixed permanently and will last a lifetime if you look after them.

What do dental implant dentists look for?

Your implant dentist will usually be primarily concerned with the bone density of the individual, regardless of age. As you may know, dental implants are small titanium inserts that are fixed in place permanently inside your jaw bone. Bone density does decrease with age, by what extent varies from patient to patient. However, if there isn’t sufficient bone for dental implant placement, there are treatment options such as bone grafts which remove bone from other parts of your body and add it to your jaw. Only a dental implant dentist can accurately assess a patients bone and advise a treatment option.

The dental implant placement procedure is an invasive one and requires surgery to place the dental implants. Due to this its important that the implant dentist understands any issues the patient may have. Your implant dentist will look for conditions such as diabetes, immune system related diseases and any conditions that may affect the healing process where implants permanently bond with the jaw bone.

Interested in finding out more about dental implants for elderly patients?

If you’re interested in dental implant treatment or simply just want to find out more about dental implants for elderly patients, book a free dental implant consultation at the Scott Arms Dental Practice by calling 0121 357 5000 where our award winning implant dentists will be happy to help.

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The benefits of implants over dental bridges.

Dental Implants or Dental Bridge?

Both dental implants and bridges are excellent treatment solutions to replace missing teeth and they both have advantages to the patient. However the question is asked time and time again when a dentist has to produce the best treatment plan for their patient, should they use dental implants or use a dental bridge?

Dental implants are more visually attractive

Dental implants generally look better and are easier to clean than a bridge. Gums can recede around a bridge, leaving a visible defect when the metal base or collar of the bridge becomes exposed. Resorbed(deteriorated) bone beneath the bridge can lead to an unattractive smile. For that reason a dental implant generally looks better than a bridge.

Dental Implants provide a long-term cost effective restorative treatment

Dental implants often last a persons entire life with proper maintenance. Compare this to bridges and dentures which after ten years have a high probability of need for replacement. Implants may actually seem more expensive in the short run, however due to their durability, maintainability, and independence of the teeth surrounding it, they are actually more cost effective. They require less maintenance than ordinary bridges – which can develop caries also known as tooth decay, leading to the replacement of the bridge. However, since dental implants are made of titanium they do not develop caries.

Implants can replace many adjacent missing teeth

Dental implants are implicated when a series of lost teeth including posterior molars must be replaced and there are no surrounding anchor teeth. A standard bridge will normally require healthy and sound surrounding teeth for its long-term use. In many ways, the dental implant can be considered to be similar to the healthy root of a tooth. Implants can support one particular artificial tooth or crown, a bridge or denture and can be used in combination with several implants to form the base for a full mouth bridge reconstruction.

Dental Implants encourage bone growth & preserve facial structure

Dental implants stimulate healthy bone growth and preserve oral health contrary to conventional bridges due to the exercising of the jaw bone and constant biting action. When teeth are lost the surrounding bone begins to shrink. Dental implants maintain the structure and shape of the jaw bone. Most implants preserve the underlying jawbone and for that reason preserve the overlying facial structures, preventing the shape and facial structures from collapsing – delaying one of the signs of aging.

Dental implants are easier to maintain & do not foster decay or gum disease

Dental implants are easier to maintain in most cases. You can floss around them without a bridge threader or other specialized tools. With a dental bridge, there may be a higher risk of problems down the road. If, for example, there is new decay around one of the surrounding teeth, you might need a complete new bridge instead of just having to repair the one tooth.

After considering a bridge vs dental implants and taking all the factors into account – it is clear the dental implants solution is preferable. Even though the initial price is higher, in the long run it is actually a more cost effective alternative, given that they look better, preserve bone structure, are stronger and more durable, and are more resistant to decay. However, you should consider a conventional bridge if your bone structure is lacking and do not want to undergo bonegrafting. Contact the Scott Arms Dental Practice today on 0121 357 5000 to book a free implant assessment and find out exactly how dental implants can help you.

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Our new Dental Implant Testimonials video

At the Scott Arms Dental Practice we offer high quality dental implant placement in Birmingham. We transform the lives of hundreds of dental implant patients each year and we are fortunate that they were able to help us show the public just how good our implant service is.

Click here to see more dental implant testimonials from patients at our dental implant practice.

Currently we’re offering FREE dental implant consultations with our award winning implant dentists. Contact the dental practice on 0121 357 5000 to book your free dental implant consulation today.

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