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  • Writer's pictureDr. James Main

Say goodbye to gaps with fixed teeth in a day!

In the social media age when we are always on show to the world, it can be distressing to lose a front tooth or teeth and have to reveal a gap when we speak or smile.

For more than 15 years, our dentist James Main has been guaranteeing that patients who come to see him with gaps or failing teeth that need extracting, will walk out of the practice with a fixed replacement.

Replacement teeth are usually supported by dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots. These can be capped with permanent or temporary crowns depending upon the exact treatment required. Either way, they will look and function in much the same way as your missing natural teeth would have done when they were healthy. The thought of having to put up with a denture, even on a temporary basis, is then no longer a worry for you.

Fixed teeth throughout the entire process

Through careful planning of your treatment and working closely with his team of dental technicians, James will ensure that you will never be without fixed teeth throughout the entire process.

The same-day method also makes it possible for you to have a full arch of missing teeth fitted, supported by between four and six dental implants. Likely to involve only one surgical procedure, the time spent attending dental appointments is usually minimised. Your new implant-supported teeth will be easier to clean and maintain and they won’t come loose or rub against your gums like dentures.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised in this blog, our team is only a phone call away. Call 01458 840033 to get your life back on track with new teeth in a day.


For those who are unsure whether we are still operating during this third lockdown, please rest assured we are open for all treatments and appointments are available now - Please contact us via telephone (01458 840033), email ( or social media if you have any queries or would like to book an appointment. 😄


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