Dental implants are the closest tooth replacement option to natural teeth.

It is a replacement with an artificial “root” (titanium implant) usually placed in the jaw bone by a specialist. Once it has healed and integrated into the bone, a crown can be placed over the implant.

The technology behind implants has come along way and if maintained well, they can last a long time. It can be an aesthetically pleasing and no-fuss way to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. It can be easier to clean than other replacement options.

Find out more about caring for your implants in our how-to section.

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