Do You have Several Teeth Missing?

Dental Implants are Like Having Your Real Teeth Back. It’s Like a Second Life for Your Teeth and Smile


The Effects of Several (or all) Teeth Missing can be Significant – Changes Can Occur Inside the Mouth and to the Face also

When you Have More than One Tooth Lost, it is Time to Seek Urgent Help from the Experts!

The effects of several (or all) teeth missing can be significant – changes can occur inside the mouth and to the face also. The loss of teeth, results in loss of supporting tooth bone and gum, and over the years this loss can be considerable. Because these structures support the lips, cheeks and contours of your face there can be a significant sinking in of the facial structures giving an aging appearance and you can look much older than your real age. This can do a great deal of damage not only to your appearance, but to your self-confidence as well.

We are all familiar with denture wearers who look much older with their dentures out. The loss of structures continues with age and it makes sense to address the issue of tooth loss at an early stage if at all possible.

With more than one tooth lost, you need to make sure that you get the best alternative for teeth replacement.

Complete Set of New Teeth With Dental Implants


We can quite literally rebuild your jawbone so that it is healthy and strong enough to hold a set of dental implants in the upper and lower jaw. This is sometimes referred to as full mouth reconstruction. Bespoke natural looking dental crowns are secured over the implants so you end up with a natural looking smile and teeth that look and feel like your natural teeth.

Implant-Supported Bridges or Dentures

This type of procedure will need the expertise of a highly-experienced professional in all aspects of dentistry – and Dr. Azhar Sheikh can provide you with the perfect combination of dental expertise and quiet confidence you will need throughout the dental implant procedure.

Dental implants will make sure that the bridge or dentures are firmly attached to your jaw bone, and will ensure that further bone loss is prevented, thus minimizing the effect on your appearance. The bridge or dentures will be attached to the implants through the use of screws so you don’t have to worry about your dentures moving around in your mouth just when you least want them to – or when you least expect it!

Losing several or all of your teeth is a heart-breaking event – but it is certainly not the end of the world. With dental implants, you can easily resurrect the way you looked when you still had your full set of natural teeth. Dental implants can give back your lost self esteem, and will give you more reasons to smile as you look at a much brighter future.