Considering offering implants?

01 December 2020
2 min read

Nimisha Nariapara looks at the steps a practice needs to take.

As dental implants continue to become more sophisticated and predictable, the demand for these treatments has also grown exponentially. As such, now is a better time than ever to consider branching out into something new and diversifying your treatment options.

Of course, learning a new area of treatment requires time, skill and determination, but with the right first steps and sophisticated technology by your side, this is an adventure well worth taking.

Perhaps some of the biggest benefits of dental implants for patients are that they are often a better, more easily maintained and longer-term alternative to removable dentures. Anyone who has prescribed dentures for patients before will realise that although these prosthetics are still an excellent solution in some cases, they can come with downsides and require a lot effort on the patient’s part to remain a viable choice. Dental implants are a more permanent option and therefore can provide better function and satisfaction for a longer period of time.

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