Are you looking for a way to achieve your dream smile?

There are people all over Northern Ireland who are dealing with missing teeth, gaps in their smile, or tooth decay, and just like you, they are looking for a way to feel confident again while they are smiling. And luckily there is a solution for them, and for you, and that solution is dental implants. In Northern Ireland, here at Blue Sky Dentistry, people are discovering how dental implants can help them achieve their dream smile.

Dental Implants in Northern Ireland

Are dental implants in Northern Ireland right for you?

If you have longed to smile again without insecurity of how your teeth look, then dental implants are for you. If you have avoided eating and chewing certain foods, maybe even some of your favourites, due to pain or discomfort, then dental implants are for you. If you are missing teeth and feel as if your face has a sunken appearance, then dental implants could be for you. Dental implants can drastically reshape your smile and restore full functionality of your teeth and jaw

What exactly are dental implants?

Getting dental implants will require you to set up a consultation with a dentist who specialises in dental implants in Northern Ireland, such as our team here at Blue Sky Dentistry. From there you will discuss your dream smile, time frame, and treatment plan with your dentist. Once you are ready, you will have a surgery to place a titanium post into the jawbone. This titanium post will be the base for your prosthetic teeth. Over time the bone will grow with the post in a process known as osseointegration. This will help promote bone growth and create a less sunken appearance. Your dentist will then place artificial teeth – either a crown, one tooth, or a bridge, up to 3 teeth, per post. Eventually you will have full functionality of your jaw and teeth again.

What to do after your get your implants

After you get your dental implants in Northern Ireland, it is important to properly take care of them. While they are artificial teeth and not susceptible to gum disease, it will still be important to brush, floss, and visit the dentist regularly.