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When multiple implants are placed, they are routinely joined together in the same way that a bridge supported by natural teeth would be designed.

Again the bone quality and the number and position of the implants will largely determine which option is most suitable for you. When implant-supported teeth are linked together, they are mechanically stronger than the individual parts and can better resist the forces of normal function which will try and undo the screw components, posts and/or cements that secure the underlying structure to each of the implants.

See the following case studies for an example:

Case Study – Branemark Implants

After suffering from gum disease at the age of 45 our client lost all her teeth and she was not ready to wear dentures for the rest of her life. …

Case Study – Dental Implants

When Nicola Lewin contacted us her upper and lower jaws were badly affected by gum disease, her teeth were loose and the x-ray showed excessive bone loss. Our experienced dental team …

Case Study – Camlog Implants

Louise was suffering from recurring abscesses for years and was in and out of a dental chair. Her NHS dentist couldn’t offer her any treatment apart from extractions and dentures, …