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A B Dental ImplantsA.B. Implants are a relative new-comer to the world of dental implants but they have already proved themselves to be a highly innovative and ground breaking company having patented the ‘groovy’ implant system now used by world leaders Branemark.

Their implant system offers great flexibility in terms of situations where they can be used successfully, with a range of abutments for almost every situation. And unusually for an implant of this price there is even a screw retained option.

With special coatings, the ‘Groovy’ system, a full range of implant abutments and more, this implant system punches well above it’s weight for it’s price. The only trade-off is the length of the product gaurantee at 2 years compared to Camlog Implants at 5 years and Branemark Implants at 10 years.

See the following for more information:

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is essentially a substitute for a natural root and commonly it is screw or cylinder shaped. Each implant is placed into a socket carefully drilled at the precise location of the intended tooth. If an implant has a screw-thread on its outer surface it can be screwed into …

If you do not have enough bone for dental implants what can be done?

So far we have covered the building blocks that are part of routine implant placement. This has included the initial examination and diagnosis, sedation during surgery and what to expect after the implants have been placed. However, for some people, bone loss after the removal or loss of teeth leaves them …

Can dental implants be placed next to natural teeth?

Dental implants are routinely placed beside natural teeth and this is generally very safe to do. The only exception to this would be if the natural root was very curved or tilted unfavourably in the proposed path of the implant. This could cause the root to be damaged by the implant, …

Can dental implants preserve bone?

This is one of the most important features of dental implants. Once in place and supporting teeth, everyday functional forces stimulate the surrounding bone which responds by becoming stronger and more dense. Like all things there are limits to how much work an implant can do. …

Case Study – Teeth replacement

Fighting a loosing battle to gum disease, all of this patient teeth were mobile and there were visible signs of bone loss. Dr. Kaman, who placed over 15,000 dental implants …