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WELLBEING PROMOTION


Oral Rehabilitation with Dental Implants


Why suffer from an aged, toothless appearance when modern medicine provides for dental implants, which bring back teeth into the mouth and smiles to the face?


In the past, Dental Implantation procedures took over a year to complete, and included a number of treatments and surgical procedures, prior to the final outcome. Today, thanks to advanced technologies, it is possible to gain new and beautiful teeth within one week!


How does it work? The patient arrives at the clinic to undergo a series of imaging sessions and measurement procedures. The dentist then proceeds to design the exact structure of the patient’s dental implants. This design takes into account the state of the patient’s gums, jawbones, facial structure, age, medical condition, etc.


The objective – high-end aesthetic value, coupled with a natural, harmonious smile, and proper, healthy dental function. The implants are fitted in the mouth, data are processed in the lab, and within the next day, the patient arrives to be measured. A week later, the patient receives his new teeth, and leaves the clinic with a (beautiful) smile on his lips, and great joy in his heart. Following the implantation, the teeth restore their healthy, proper function. The mouth feels comfortable and natural, and within a week the patient will feel as though his implants were there from the beginning. Chewing ability improves tremendously, as well as the capacity for speech, which was previously disrupted due to broken or crooked teeth, or due to gaps separating the teeth.


The teeth have a role in chewing and speech, but they are also important aesthetically. When teeth are missing, the lips sink in, the face loses volume and grooves are formed. The result – a gloomy, aged appearance. Correct oral rehabilitation will restore the face with its lost youth. Dental implants can be fitted with white, straight, healthy and beautiful-looking teeth, far surpassing in quality the patient’s earlier teeth. These teeth lack fillings, gaps, height differences and dark complexion. (Or they can be custom-made to look like rest of your teeth or the teeth you once had in your mouth).


Dentists who employ the method report very high success rates. It is important to mention that the more experienced, qualified and skilled the dentist you choose for the procedure, the better, more precise and more impressive the outcome will be.


30 . January 2015 . timeandleisure.co.uk


Women and men around the world, some of them businessmen and women, some of them highly-distinguished, models and members of the media, have discovered the advantages of dental implants, and they favor these over crowns. Dental implants last for many years, and are not designed to be replaced. Experience shows that patients who have had dental implants for twenty years still possess beautiful, firm and stable implants.


Here’s something you ought to know: in a study recently conducted in the United States, the causal link between beauty and success was examined (aired on Channel 10, 18 May, 2009). The study revealed that better-looking people make more money than their peers. In addition, when a beautiful/handsome individual seeks a loan, he is more likely to receive a positive answer, as well as better conditions as opposed to his less-striking counterparts. The implants help women and men look better and more attractive, and their new smile illuminates their features, and adds grace and beauty to their face. The reporter concluded his piece with the following words: “Anyone who is not beautiful right now should head to a plastic surgeon”, and I say: it is quite possible that visiting a suitable dentist might get the job done.


Dr Sam Afshar Principal Putney Dentists Tel: 020 8785 6772 Fax: 020 8246 6821, Email: reception@putneydentists.co.uk www.putneydentists.co.uk


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