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Teeth in a Day

“Teeth in an day“ is a concept also known as “all on 4”. It is very confusing for patients as they tend to not know exactly what that means. Where a patient wear a full denture, or faces the prospect of losing all the teeth in one arch it give them the option of having a full prosthesis placed which is fixed into position.

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How will an dental implant last?

This is a really common question we get asked here at Dental Implants Ireland. And the answer is so variable dependent on the how well you look after the implant, and if you remain fit and well. The main reason implants fail is due to gum disease, or as its know in implant circles “peri-implantitis”.

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How to maintain your dental implants?

So you have the nice new dental implant placed and restored, but now how do you look after it? Is there special attention you need to pay to caring for the dental implant and maintaining it? The answer is -YES!

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Dental Implants Ireland operating out of Alexandra Dental Practice

We have recently launched our website dentalimplantsireland.com. We are delighted to have this as the name to the dental implantology department at Alexandra Dental Practice . We decided to affiliate dentalimplantsireland.com with Alexandra Dental Practiceas the practice has proven to be well established, great staff, fantastic clinicians and centrally located in Ireland.

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Getting Dental Implants in a day!

At Dental Implants Ireland your time is important to us. When getting implants placed it is a process that can take some time and can involve a number of visits to the clinic to complete the work. Whilst this often happens opportunities can arise where the entire procedure can be completed in a single visit.

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What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is essentially like a tooth root but made out of titanium, one of the hardest metals, and is placed into the area where the tooth would be.

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Why should I replace missing teeth?

When you lose a tooth, you start a whole cycle, which will have a domino effect on the rest of your teeth.

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