Dentures must be tolerated - implants can be forgotten


Dentures must be tolerated - implants can be forgotten

Our Woking dentists at Goldsworth Road Dental explain that no matter how well fitted your dentures may be, they will never feel completely natural. Dental implants are placed into your jaw, so they look, feel and work just like your own teeth.

Dental implants allow you to eat, drink, taste, chew, talk, laugh and smile with confidence. When fitted properly by skilled clinicians, they are stable, comfortable and look exactly like natural teeth.

Our implant dentists, Andrew Pritchard, Ben Kemsley and Alistair McNeill have been collectively placing and restoring implants for many years, completing hundreds of cases.

Lost teeth? Consider implants

Unsecured dentures are an old-fashioned solution for people who have lost many of their teeth. Unfortunately, many people find wearing dentures painful, inconvenient and awkward.

Dentures can make it difficult to chew, which can stop you from eating many of the foods you once enjoyed. Often, your palate is covered and this can prevent you from tasting your food properly. Wearing dentures may also affect how you pronounce words and therefore the way you speak.

Maintain your appearance

When teeth are lost the bone that held them in your jaw will shrink. Placement of dental implants can preserve this bone, maintaining the shape and structure of the lips and cheeks and improving your appearance.

Our patients from across Woking and Guildford in Surrey say they cannot tell the difference – once their implants have been placed, they can happily forget all about them and start living their lives to the full once more.

Our implant choices

Our Woking dentists offer single implants, implants to replace multiple missing teeth and implants to replace all of your teeth.

Dental implants prove to be the most cost effective solution to replacing missing teeth and to help spread the cost, Goldsworth Road Dental offers payment options including 0% finance.

Contact us now to find out more.