Replacing knocked out teeth

One of the hazards of being an active sportsperson is the face plant. These days, it’s even more likely, what with skateboarding, mountain biking, parkour and surfing. So many fun and exciting ways to lose your teeth, and how many people bother to wear a mouth guard while somersaulting over walls and sliding down large waves? Not enough.

Dental Implants in WindsorSo, what do you do when you come a cropper and your teeth crumble into pieces? Are you going to leave a big gap in your mouth where your front teeth used to be? Not likely. Do you fancy a removable denture or a fixed bridge at your tender age? The idea of having false teeth isn’t all that appealing for young people. Even less so is the idea of kissing someone with false teeth. Thankfully, at Old Windsor Dental Practice, we can get around the issues of romance with lost teeth by replacing yours with dental implants in Windsor.

No one will know they’re not your real teeth

The great thing about dental implants in Windsor is that they are fixed into the jawbone and once treatment is complete, no one will be able to tell that these are not your original, natural teeth. There are no give-away plates or tell-tale wobbles that are going to happen. Instead, the handmade porcelain crowns of your new teeth are attached onto the dental implants in Windsor, which are titanium posts that are inserted into your jawbone.

Advantages of dental implants in Windsor

Having dental implants means that:

  • You will have full chewing power;
  • You can continue to eat whatever you want;
  • Your teeth will never wobble around;
  • There’s nothing to get in the way of kissing;
  • You will have an easy-to-maintain cleaning routine;
  • Your jawbone will remain strong where you lost your teeth;
  • You can save money in the long run.

One dental implant can hold up to three teeth on a bridge, which is perfect for knocked out teeth. The dentist can get them made to look just like the rest of your teeth so no one will ever know they are not your real teeth.