If you’re looking for Dental Implants in South Manchester, we’ve got you covered. Dr. Alex Nikolaou, has a wealth of experience in implant placement and restoration. He’s dedicated to providing customised treatment plans that meet your unique needs, resulting in lasting and natural-looking results. Book your consultation today.
At our practice, we understand that missing teeth can have a major impact on your confidence and your quality of life. That’s why we’re proud to offer Dental Implants in South Manchester, with Dr. Alex Nikolaou, a highly skilled implantologist, leading the way. With years of experience and a track record of exceptional results, you can trust us to give you the beautiful, healthy smile you deserve.
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Preservation of Adjacent Teeth:
Dental implants stand on their own, not relying on adjacent teeth for support. Dental bridges, on the other hand, require the alteration and crowning of healthy neighbouring teeth to anchor the bridge. This means dental implants are gentler on your natural teeth.
Longevity and Durability:
Dental implants are known for their durability and can last a lifetime with proper care. Dental bridges typically have a lifespan of 5-15 years & may need replacement, making implants a more cost-effective, long-term solution.
Natural Look and Feel:
Dental implants closely resemble natural teeth in both appearance and function. They are indistinguishable from your existing teeth, providing a seamless, aesthetically pleasing smile.
Preservation of Jawbone Health:
Dental implants help stimulate the jawbone, preventing bone loss. Dental bridges do not address this issue, and over time, bone loss can occur, potentially leading to changes in your facial structure.
Improved Chewing Function:
Dental implants offer superior chewing capabilities as they act like natural teeth, allowing you to eat a wide range of foods with confidence. Dental bridges may have limitations on what you can comfortably eat.
Dental implants require standard oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing, just like natural teeth. Dental bridges need special cleaning tools and techniques to keep them clean and maintain oral health.
No Risk of Decay:
Dental bridges can be susceptible to decay around the supporting crowns, as they can be challenging to clean thoroughly. Dental implants do not pose this risk, contributing to better long-term oral health.
Minimal Impact on Surrounding Tissues:
Dental implants do not require the removal of healthy tooth structures, as is often the case with dental bridges. This means a more conservative approach to tooth replacement.
Dental implants provide a stable, natural-looking smile, boosting your self-esteem. Dental bridges may not offer the same level of confidence, as they can sometimes shift or feel less secure.
No Risk of Bridge Failure:
Dental bridges can fail if the supporting teeth or crowns become compromised. Dental implants are stand-alone and not dependent on other teeth for support, reducing the risk of such failures.
If you would like to book an appointment or find out more then we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact me at your nearest location.