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Do you have a gap?
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Don't let missing teeth affect you any more
A missing tooth can affect you every second of your waking life.
It can affect the way you eat, talk and smile.
Allow us to be the ones to help you regain your dental confidence.
What is an Implant how do they work?
An implant refers to a small titanium screw which is placed where your tooth used to be. We can then use this as an anchor to attach a precision made tooth (or teeth) replacement.
Implants can be used as anchors to replace single teeth or alternatively a single implant can act as an anchor to replace multiple teeth in a row.
If you have a removable plate, implants can also be used as precision attachments into which a plate can slot into. This means you can be confident your plate will no longer move around when eating or talking ever again.
You're in Safe Hands
Dr Richard J. Moore
BDS, MFDS RCS, FDS RCPS, MAcadMEd, CertClinEd, FHEA, FFDT Ed
(all of those letters are different qualifications!)
Specialist Oral Surgeon and Implantologist:
Richard is a highly qualified and experienced oral surgeon and implantologist with almost 20 years of experience. He has trained around the world from the U.K. to Chicago to Canada and is a pioneer in the oral surgery world.
Now one of the most recognised and sought after oral surgeons in the U.K. he works as a clinical lecturer and trainer in oral surgery at the University of Leeds.
Richard is the one who trains dentists to become dentists and then specialists.
With an excellent chair-side manner and a passion for providing some of the highest quality oral surgery and implant work in the U.K. you can be confident you will receive the best possible results.
If you would like to know more about Richard then have a look at his website:
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Frequently asked questions
Am I able to have an implant?
Prior to the placement of any implant we will examine your mouth. We will be looking at the health of your teeth and gums and how much bone you have to support a potential implant.
I have been told I haven't enough bone support for an implant
If you have been told this we can offer two solutions:
How long will my implant last?
An implant is effectively a brand new tooth, like you got when you were a child and your adult teeth came in.
Is the treatment going to be painful?