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No featured implant dentists were found in Cleveland. Below are the 3 nearest featured implant dentists to Cleveland.

Fresh Dental Smile Clinic - FREE CONSULTATION

Manor House, Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York, YO30 5XY
Web: www.freshsmiles.co.uk Tel: 01904 623 687 More Info

City Dental Leeds

26 Albion Place, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6JS
Web: www.citydentalleeds.com Tel: 0113 245 4868 More Info

360 Dental Care

4th Floor, St. John Chambers, 2 St. Johns Street, Manchester, M3 4DA
Web: www.360dentalcare.co.uk Tel: 0161 834 1000 More Info

Cleveland is an area located in the North East of England. It used to be an individual county but is now classed as a non-metropolitan county with four separate boroughs, including Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees and Langbaurgh-on-Tees. The name Cleveland literally translates as 'hill-land' and the area is known for its rocky, rugged landscapes, with hills standing at 1,500 feet in the south of the region.

In addition to stunning scenery and successful industries, Cleveland also boasts some of the UK's leading dental practices offering some of the latest advances in cosmetic dentistry. In recent years cosmetic dentistry has become incredibly popular and treatments such as tooth whitening, veneers and orthodontic braces have helped to create millions of beautiful smiles.

Cleveland dentists also offer dental implants, a treatment that has truly revolutionised modern dentistry. Dental implants are titanium screws that are designed to replace the root section of a missing tooth. They are an amazing solution for missing teeth and can help to improve the aesthetics of the smile and restore function to the mouth, enabling patients to speak clearly and eat properly. It is important to replace gaps in the smile because they can have a negative impact on confidence and self-esteem, as well as affecting the ability to chew and speak clearly.

Dental implants in Cleveland also maintain the health of your jawbone, which can deteriorate after tooth loss and years of wearing dentures. Implants can also be used to retain dental prosthetics like dentures and bridges, keeping them firmly in place and preventing movement while eating and talking.

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