We see a lot of Clients who’ve neglected their teeth and it is only when they reach a crisis point that they reach out for help. Know that we will always see any Client without judgement and will discuss how we can move forward.
Do you have missing teeth? Have missing teeth had a significant impact on your life and your overall confidence? Well the team here at Ollie & Darsh could have the perfect solution for you.
However you may have lost teeth, either through decay or accident, missing teeth should never have a negative impact on your life. That’s why we recommend dental implants as a long-lasting and discreet solution to restoring you back to full smile health!
The sun is finally out and we’ve been enjoying some extraordinary weather here in Liverpool. That means we’re all working on our tans, taking advantage of the long days and light nights and posing for photographs to remember the sun throughout the winter!
But does the mere mention of a camera fill you with dread. Over the years we’ve worked with plenty of people who dread striking a pose for photographs because of the condition of their teeth. This is never truer than for people who suffer with missing teeth.
Here at Ollie & Darsh, we’ve witnessed first-hand how much missing teeth can affect a person’s life. We’ve also experienced how transformative dental implants can be in the lives of clients who have struggled with gaps in their teeth.
This week, we’d like to take a look at exactly how and why implants are the perfect solution for anyone looking to replace missing teeth and restore their smile.
What are dental implants?
Anyone with dentures know that it’s not always an easy life. Despite advances in technology over the last 10 years, making them more natural and better fitting, dentures still present wearers with common problems leading to self-consciousness and discomfort.
Let’s take a look at some of the common pitfalls in dentures and how best to solve them!
Anyone who has experienced tooth loss knows that it can have a significant impact on your life. Whether you are missing teeth or you wear traditional dentures to fill the gap, you’ll know that many aspects of your life can be affected by the loss of teeth.
We hear stories from many of our clients about the self-consciousness brought about from missing teeth. Whether it’s having to skip your favourite item on a menu, ill-fitting dentures slipping and clicking mid-conversation or hiding from photos, your social life can take an unpleasant turn very quickly.
Your appearance, lifestyle and self-esteem can all be massively impacted by the loss of teeth. Of this, we have no doubt.
Traditional solutions to the problem of missing teeth have been unsecured dentures. While they solve the problem of bridging the gap left by missing teeth, they can be inconvenient, uncomfortable and loose-fitting. What’s more, traditional dentures can make chewing foods difficult so can stop you enjoying many of your favourite meals, affecting your lifestyle even further.
If there is anything about your smile that you’re unhappy about, you’ll know that it can affect your confidence and self-esteem. Whether you haven’t had time to visit your dentist, or if you suffer with nerves when you think about making that visit, here at Ollie & Darsh we are well equipped to help you restore your smile back to health.
And what’s more, you can experience everything the team at Ollie & Darsh has to offer at an amazing discounted rate for one day only next week. On Thursday 21st May we are offering an exclusive £600 discount on either Invisalign or Six Month Smiles treatments.
Gaps in your teeth can not only affect the way you look but also result in health issues. Each one of your teeth plays a vital role in creating your individual smile, so missing any of these teeth can leave you feeling insecure and frustrated.
Missing teeth can affect everything from your face shape to your ability to eat, speak and can, of course, negatively impact your confidence when smiling and conversing with people. When you are missing a tooth it puts additional strain on your existing teeth and can lead to softening and wearing down of the jaw bone.
Almost every time a root canal is included in a treatment plan from Ollie or Darsh our clients look quite scared and this is because people tend to think they are very painful, I would probably admit that they even sound painful.
In fact the truth is, the vast majority of root canal procedures proceed painlessly, both during and after each visit and can even be completed in one reservation.