Implant crown replaces a single missing tooth. If you are missing a tooth already, or needing an extraction soon, this is for you. As the adjacent teeth are not involved in the replacement, it can be kept clean and healthy with easy maintenance.
Implant bridges replace many missing teeth. A most common option is an implant bridge (on two implants) replacing three missing teeth next to each other. With this option, the replacement teeth are fixed in the mouth unlike a removable denture.
If you are struggling to cope with a denture, this option is for you. Usually, 2 or 4 implants are used to secure the denture to the jaw. This ensures that you can eat comfortably without fear of the denture hurting, moving, or falling out.
I'd like to thank everyone at Clark House Dental for being an excellent operation and ``doing the right thing for the mouth``. I highly recommend Clark House Dental for the placement of implants due to their attention to detail, not cutting corners or timeframes and providing an outstanding result. - Stuart D
After my awful accident running last year in which I broke my front teeth, I have been attending Clark House Dental practice. From the very first day of my accident until I had my implants, the treatment I have received at Clark House Dental has been outstanding. I can’t thank Krish, Kelly, Julie & the team enough for their kindness, help and understanding of my situation. Throughout the whole process I received nothing but care and attention. I now have implants and I am absolutely delighted with them. My teeth now look better than they have ever looked! Thank you all so very much for your wonderful care. - Helen S