Dental Implants Cornwall

Implant Services

Our office offers a wide range of dental implant services that meet your needs.

The success of a dental implant, it's ability to support a dental restoration, is very much dependent upon how much bone is available in the site where the implant is placed. Replacing missing bone or adding to existing bone is very often essential to the success of a dental impl
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The regeneration of the jawbone is, in most cases, essential for implant placement. When a tooth is removed, the remaining bone atrophies. Atrophy increases with the years. This makes the placement of an implant difficult or impossible without first regenerating the bone. There
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Full mouth reconstruction, full mouth rehabilitation and full mouth restoration are terms often used interchangeably to describe the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. Full mouth reconstruction typically invol
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Dental Anesthesia If you feel uneasy about your dental visit and are looking for a safe alternative you've come to the right place. At our locations your teeth can be fixed, sore gums restored, and your smile brightened without discomfort while you will sleep thr
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Very often, bone grafting is done in combination with what is referred to as a "Barrier Membrane Technique". Membranes made out of special materials are placed over bone graft sites to keep out the types of soft tissue cells we do not want and promote the growth and migration
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At Affordable Dental Implants we can have the mini implants placed in less than two hours, then you can go out and enjoy your favourite meal. You will be able to eat comfortably, laugh and talk with confidence. Your implant will feel secure and is being held firmly in place. All
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Dental implants are often the best treatment for missing teeth. When a damaged or decayed tooth is removed, both the visible part of the tooth, called the crown, and the root are lost. A dental implant is placed in the jawbone so that it can fuse with your natural bone and be
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When teeth are lost in upper Jaw, you tend to loose the bone associated with them. This reduces the available bone for implant placement and brings the sinus wall closer to the surface. When the maxillary sinus prevents the placement of an implant, we merely open up the side of t
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