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Dental Implants







IF YOU’RE suffering with loose teeth or irritating dentures, you may feel like you have no option but to ‘put up with things’. Fortunately, there is a modern solution – dental implants. A natural-looking and stable replacement, implants are securely connected to your mouth; just like real teeth.

Many people choose implants because they dislike the discomfort and stigma associated
with dentures, or are looking for an alternative to bridges. Dental implants look and feel just like ‘normal’ teeth, giving you the freedom to enjoy the foods you love in complete confidence.


Teeth In A Day

‘Teeth in a Day’ is a type of implant treatment, which has been streamlined to deliver a stable set of
teeth in just one day; it works by placing dental implants as a secure anchor in the jaw, and can be used to replace one or more missing teeth, up to a full set. The ‘Teeth in a Day’ implant method means less dental appointments and less time spent in the chair. There’s no need to wait for your new smile – your treatment is completed in one day, leaving you with strong, comfortable and natural-looking teeth.

Award-winning Implant Surgeon, James Hamill, has been placing dental implants for over 15 years, and has an uncompromising dedication to achieving the best for his patients. James understands that loose or missing teeth affect your eating, speaking, aesthetics and comfort on a
daily basis.

This is why he loves seeing the impact that dental implants have on his patients, saying “It’s amazing to be able to take someone who’s had wobbly dentures for years, and see them change in just one day. To see my patients smiling confidently, and hear they’ve been able to enjoy a steak or bite into crusty bread for the first time in years - that’s why I love what I do.”


For further information on dental implants, and how they can improve your quality of life, call our Reception Team on 028 9266 3022, or email us at info@bachelorswalk.co.uk to arrange a consultation with James.

BWD Team 😀





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