Dental implants are a great way to replace one or more missing teeth. They are strong, permanent and natural-looking tooth replacements.

An implant itself is a small titanium post that is placed into the jawbone. Over time the bone grows around and bonds with the titanium to provide a secure base, just like a tooth root. An implant can support a single replacement tooth, a bridge or a denture with several replacement teeth.

The benefits of dental implants

Dental implants are the next best thing to still having your own teeth! They allow you to be free from many issues traditionally associated with dentures – for example, they don’t move around so you can eat and speak with confidence.

Dental implants enable patients to maintain bone structure and support facial tissues to recover their natural appearance.

They look and feel like natural teeth so many patients feel more confident and happy as a result of having treatment.

Dental implant treatment at Turriff Dental Care

Patients undergoing implant treatment at our practice are in very good hands. Our principal dentist Nedahl Swessi has completed training with the International Team of Implantology (ITI). He is up-to-date with the latest in implant dentistry and is equipped with the knowledge and skills to carry out your treatment successfully.

Nedahl Swessi uses Straumann dental implants. Straumann is a global leader in implant dentistry. Their products are thoroughly researched and scientifically proven and are renowned for their exceptional quality and reliability.

Book your implant consultation

If you would like more information or to find out if this treatment is right for you, please contact our practice in Turriff on 01888 562440 or request an appointment.


Veneers can be used to disguise a variety of imperfections such as stains, chips or misaligned teeth.

Teeth Straightening

Clear brackets and white wires are fitted onto teeth and remain for 4-12 months (case dependent), meaning patients can avoid the 'train-track' look of traditional braces.

This page was last updated on the 29th of May 2015