Introducing Perfect on 4 – Say Goodbye to Uncomfortable Dentures

Here at Perfect Profiles, we take pride in helping our patients to restore their smile, and with it their confidence. We are always looking for new treatments to help people feel better about their teeth and get more out of life as a result – and our latest offering ‘Perfect on 4’ promises to help those who are unhappy with their dentures.

What is Perfect on 4?

Our brand new  ‘Perfect on 4’ treatment is our lowest cost offering for a fixed solution to replace an entire arch/row of teeth. It is a proven and attractively priced alternative to common solutions such as removable dentures, implant retained dentures or fixed bridges.

Hate your dentures?

Although dentures are a very common solution for patients who are missing an entire arch or row of teeth, there can be some drawbacks. Some people find that they just can’t get used to wearing dentures, whilst others find that wearing dentures can restrict their diet, make them feel uncomfortable eating out or in groups and also make them feel old before their time. They can also become very loose and rub on the gums, creating soreness.

Luckily, the Perfect on 4 treatment offers a chance to say goodbye to such problems and enjoy a fresh start. For those people unable to get used to dentures or removable plates, we are now able to place a complete row of teeth held securely by just 4 dental implants.  The teeth and gum line are replaced in the form of an acrylic bridge of teeth fixed onto the implants, creating a long lasting solution that will function just like natural teeth without the fear of them moving or falling out.

Fall in love with eating again

Research has shown that people who are unhappy with their dentures do not enjoy eating. As well as having an impact on diet, this can also have a significant effect their social lives. With Perfect on 4, you can fall in love with eating again. The dental implants within the gum line mean that a daily glue/paste to secure your denture is no longer required and even better, your taste and eating will become significantly improved.  

Thanks to the more secure biting and chewing function this treatment will bring, eating can once again become an enjoyable part of the day rather than one that may cause anxiety or lead to frustration at the restricted list of foods you can eat.  There is no large traditional denture plastic covering the upper or lower of the mouth, so no more interference with your eating. As a result, you can return to enjoying meals in general and look forward to comfortable and pleasant experiences eating out with friends and family, as well as a better ability to be able to fully taste your food.

What’s involved?

The Perfect on 4 treatment consists of:

  • X-rays/CT Scans as required
  • Hygiene Preparation appointment (if required)
  • Complex Planning
  • Dental Implants
  • Multi-angle abutments
  • Temporary denture
  • Perfect on 4 Bridge
  • Aftercare Medication

How much does it cost?

We are very pleased to offer all of this for just £8495!*  We also have an attractive 0% APR finance option available to help with payments, meaning a new start could be waiting for you sooner than you thought.

Your complete treatment options and costs will be confirmed upfront and entirely free at an initial consultation. There is no obligation to proceed so it’s a great way to find out your dental options without any commitment or payment necessary!

To book your consultation or request more information about ‘Perfect on 4’, call us today on Luton 01582 518 100 or Wolverhampton 01902 500 823. Alternatively, click to receive a brochure or request a call back.


*Prices correct at time of publication. Please call us to confirm the current price.

 

All You Need to Know About Dental Implants

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Whether your dentist has just mentioned them for the first time, or if they are something you have been considering for a while, the chances are you have questions about what exactly they are and how the procedure works. In this article, we answer some of the most common questions about this increasingly popular treatment.

What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a titanium screw that is used to replace the root of a tooth when it fails and support one or more false teeth. It is placed into the jawbone just like the original root, and offers a secure and safe way to get back your smile. They can be used to secure anything from a single tooth to an entire bridge.

Can Anybody Have Implants?

Generally speaking, implants are suitable for the majority of patients. The treatment does, however, rely on the condition of the bone in the jaw, so a thorough investigation must be conducted for any individual wishing to get implants. This will involve a dentist carrying out special tests to see if there is enough bone, and if it is in good enough condition.

What if I Don’t Have a Suitable Jaw?

If there is not a sufficient amount of bone or if health issues are identified, it may still be possible to place implants. In this situation, however, a bone graft may first be required. This involves either taking some donor bone from adjacent areas or using bone from other sources and placing it in the deficient area. After a few months, the bone will bond sufficiently with the surrounding bone to support the implant.

Does Having Dental Implants Fitted Hurt?

As with any dental procedure, there is never a guarantee that you won’t experience pain. However, the process of fitting implants is usually conducted under local anaesthetic and in most cases can actually be easier and less painful than a tooth extraction. You will, like with an extraction, feel discomfort in the week following the procedure, but most patients say that the benefits far outweigh any discomfort.

How Long Does it Take?

The time required to complete dental implant surgery varies from person to person, but on average the work is completed within three to four months. This is because once fitted, the jaw bone needs to grow around the implants to fuse them into place before teeth can be supported. If your dentist feels that the implant is stable enough, he or she may be able to fit the replacement teeth sooner. It is important to remember that patience is the key to a successful outcome, so you should always trust your dentist’s judgement.

I’ve Got My New Teeth – What’s Next?

For implant surgery to be fully effective and leave you with a lasting smile, it is important to follow your dentist’s guidelines and properly look after your implants. This means that it is very important to keep them properly clean and visit your dentist for regular check ups – just as you normally would. Treat them with the same respect you would your natural teeth and you should have a lasting smile.

Perfect Profiles innovated providing low cost dental implants 14 years ago and thousands of patients later we still lead the way in the UK. Our UK based clinics specialise in providing high quality dental treatment at affordable prices. Our clinic locations of Luton (Houghton Regis) and Wolverhampton have been carefully and considerately chosen to offer accessibility to patients from all corners of the UK. To get in touch and learn more about low cost dental implants call us now on Luton 01582 518 100 or Wolverhampton 01902 500 823. Alternatively, enquire online now and a member of the team will contact you shortly.

 

Are dentures making you feel old? Teeth implants vs dentures

Picture a pair of false teeth in a glass of water by the bedside. Now imagine the owner of those dentures. Chances are you saw an elderly person. Perhaps a kindly old grandma or grandpa, like you’d see in a child’s storybook.

If you’re a denture wearer, it’s unlikely you fit this stereotype – or want to. People need full dentures for all sorts of reasons. Age is often a factor. But accidents and illness can be responsible for missing teeth – as well as tooth decay and gum disease.

Getting used to dentures

Removable dentures aren’t like having your own teeth back. Wearing them takes time to get used to. In the beginning, your mouth might feel sore and uncomfortable. If you continue to suffer from dental sores, your dentist can adjust the fit of your dentures, which might help.

Some words can be hard to pronounce when you start wearing dentures. With practice, this will improve. The same goes for eating; try soft food first and try to chew with both sides of your mouth at once.

Denture replacement options

Even with time, some people never get used to – or like – wearing dentures. Implant retained dentures can secure your dentures meaning you’ll never have to worry about laughing, speaking or chewing again. These small titanium screws attach to overdentures and hold them securely in place. The treatment is less invasive than full dental implants and is even suitable for people with bone loss. Implant retained dentures also offer an alternative to a tooth bridge or fixed partial denture.

Teeth implants vs. dentures

DENTURES IMPLANT RETAINED DENTURES
Can move or slip Stable
May cause dental sores or allergic reactions Comfortable and bio-acceptable
Lower cost Higher cost
Bone loss Reduced bone loss
Difficult to chew some foods Chew foods easily
Sense of taste can be affected Sense of taste unaffected

Midlife smile makeover

We recently wrote about how 50 is the new 40. Many people who are 50 plus are choosing now to fulfil longstanding aspirations and ambitions. A career change, travel or an image overhaul are all things that can make us feel young again. The last thing that should hold you back is dentures.

If you’d like a free consultation for implant retained dentures, give the team at Perfect Profiles a call on 01582 518100. We’re here to help.

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