Single implants

Single implants can help fix any missing tooth problem

When people think of single implants they may think it’s only suitable for a specific type of person:

  • Missing multiple teeth
  • Elderly individual
  • History of bad oral hygiene

That’s not the only type of person that gets implants.

People may decide to get a single implant if they’re missing a tooth and it is making them insecure when they smile.

Or, they may want to fix a singular tooth that they may not like the look off.

Regardless of why people want to get single implants, people choose to get one because they see the benefits of it.

Why get a single implant for a missing tooth?

There are a variety of problems that can be caused by having a missing tooth:

Fixing a missing tooth with implants helps anyone’s oral hygiene feel like it was previously and minimises their oral health risks.

How does the process work?

The process consists of three different components:

  • Implant
  • Abutment
  • Crown

Getting a single implant can take a few months, but the result is worth it for those who want to fix their teeth and have their smile looking back to how it was before.

Dorset Dental are one of the UK’s leading providers for single implants.

Their single implant service is popular amongst those that want a hassle-free tooth replacement from experienced dentists.

They have successfully provided 3,500 dental implants to many happy customers around Bournemouth, Christchurch and Dorchester.

Not only do they deliver excellent results, but they also provide many of their customers with a very happy experience.

To learn more about their process, click here to read more.

What are the results of the single implant?

Not only do customers who have received single implants reported that they feel more self-confident within their appearance, they have also experience:

  • Better speech
  • More comfort in their teeth
  • Less hassle when eating
  • Better oral health

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