An implant is a way of replacing a missing tooth, without using any other teeth for support. The implant is made of titanium and is carefully placed into the correct position and is the left for 3 months to heal, this ensures that the success rate is as high as possible.
The implant manufacturers, a Swiss company called Strauman, have conducted extensive research using 1000’s of implants and have a success rate of 98% in the bottom jaw and 95% in the top jaw.
1 Implant can replace up to 2 teeth
All 12 top teeth have been replaced using 6 Implants
4 Implants have been used to replace 7 missing teeth
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At a check up, my dentist (Boyd Jamieson) spotted signs of tooth erosion caused by my jaw-clenching whilst asleep. He provided me with a splint (a custom-made gum shield) to wear at night which has prevented further erosion. It has also completely eradicated the regular migraines that I suffered from due to tension build up in the jaw.
Fantastic dental practice! Great for all our family!
If you’re thinking of having a dental Implant done, don’t hesitate, just do it. My Dental Implant has improved my quality of life, I can smile with confidence & eat my favourite steaks. I think my Dental implant was value for money.
I recently had a fissure seal put in by my dentist (Boyd Jamieson) because there were little crevices in my teeth that were likely to get decayed. The fissure seal seals these crevices and ensures that it's less likely to decay. He cleaned my tooth, and then put some funny tasting gel on my tooth (just don't put your tongue on it!). They hardened it with some blue light for a few seconds and voila! It wasn't painful in any way and it was quick and easy! It made me feel happier about my teeth and I wasn't worried about decay any more!
My teeth were never really straight and so in the late months of 2008 my dentist (Boyd Jamieson) suggest having a brace put in, as there was not enough room in my mouth for all my teeth. I leaped at the chance to straighten out my teeth. We arranged a date for the brace to be fitted and a few teeth to be removed, after seeing that I had one more than I was supposed to! Over the next 15 months or so I simply went in every 4-5 weeks to have the brace tightened and to have new wires put in, not a tiresome task at all. After the first couple of appointments, I never really noticed the brace even being there. After the brace was removed, moulds of my new teeth were taken to allow special retainers to be made to keep my teeth straight permanently. Like the braces, after a very short while I never even noticed they were there. I was extremely pleased with the braces and retainers, and the result of them both on my teeth.