Dental implants can perfectly restore your smile by replacing missing, damaged, or failing teeth. We offer quality implants surgery to help you regain confidence in your smile as well as prolong and protect your lifelong dental health.
Your journey to a beautiful smile begins with your free consultation at our state-of-the-art clinic. Whether you are in London or anywhere in UK, our skilled and experienced implant dentists will give you a full dental examination, listen to your needs and preferences, and determine the best course of treatment for you. Throughout your treatment, you will receive the highest standards of dental care. We ensure the patient is at the heart of what we do and work to ensure your understanding, comfort, and satisfaction every step of the way.
Why Choose Us forDental Implants in London
We offer various types of traditional or standard dental implants to restore smile of different age group. After a initial consultation our implant dentists always helps you to choose the right option depending on the tooth or teeth that need to be replaced.
Dental implants can restore missing teeth/tooth with full form and function, improving your dental health, as well as your smile and confidence. A dental implant is a titanium screw placed directly into the jawbone. Over time, the implant fuses with the bone and functions as an artificial tooth root. It’s used to support replacement crowns, bridges, and removable dentures.
If most or all of the teeth need replacing, patients can benefit from the innovative All-on-4 or All-on-6 treatments, which provide a replacement arch of teeth with only four to six implants in total.
Dental Implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Without teeth to provide structure, the jaw bone starts to gradually disappear. Traditional solutions for missing teeth and bone loss include removable dentures, or fixed bridges.
However, dentures can be uncomfortable, sore and unstable, while fitting bridges involves filing down healthy teeth to make room. Dental Implants, on the other hand, are strong, durable, and look and feel just like natural teeth.
Dental implants are safe and are carried out every day in surgeries all over the world. The careful checks into your general health and into the health of your teeth, gums and bones will ensure that you are suitable for the treatment and that it is safe for you to have implant surgery.
You may be a suitable candidate for implants if one, some, or all of your teeth are:
The best way to discover if implants are right for you is to visit our dentist for an initial consultation.Book an appointment with us today.
Absolutely yes! The first thing that people see is our smile and if you have broken or missing teeth this can impact in a major way on the way that you look and also on how you feel about the way that you look. Your confidence will be restored to the level it was at before you had your dental problems. There is no substitute for a great smile!
At the initial consultation, your dentist will discuss your treatment options with you. The implant surgery will be explained and you will have the chance to ask questions. A 3D scan, X-rays, and/or other investigative procedures may be taken also be taken.
Once your treatment plan has been decided, your implants will be fitted. You will probably be given a local anaesthetic, and possibly also a sedative to help you relax. Your dentist will incise your gum and make a small hole in your jawbone. The implant will be placed in this hole. How long the operation takes depends on the number of implants fitted, as well as the complexity of your case. Several implants can be fitted in the same operation, and will naturally require a longer appointment.
Your dentist may fit the artificial tooth or teeth on the same day as the implant. There is usually, however, a three to six month healing period required first. You may be given a temporary crown, bridge, or complete or partial dentures to wear in the meantime.
Once your mouth has healed, your artificial tooth or teeth will be fitted on top of the implant. The teeth may be permanently fixed, or removable for easy cleaning. Your dentist will ensure your implants fit well, feel comfortable, and match your natural teeth.
Teeth implants stop your remaining teeth from moving into empty gum space, avoiding overcrowding and further dental problems.
Implants protect the natural shape of your face, as well as your smile. Without a full set of teeth, your facial structure will droop and sag. Implants provide vital support to the face and prevent bone loss.
Implants can’t develop cavities, although you will have to clean them regularly to remove harmful bacteria.
If you’re teeth don’t bite correctly, your ability to chew food properly may be lowered. With strong and stable teeth implants, you will be able to enjoy a healthy and balanced diet without avoiding hard or chewy foods.
Implants look and feel just as normal as your natural teeth! You will be able to talk, smile and laugh with confidence.
There’s no need to take extra special care with implants. Simply brush and floss your teeth as usual, and visit your dentist for regular check-ups. Ready to get the smile you deserve? Book your initial consultation with our highly qualified and experienced dentist today.
Most of us are familiar with the anaesthetics that the dentist uses when we have routine dental procedures and we know that they are effective in numbing us so we feel no pain. When you have implant surgery the same anaesthetics will be used and discomfort will be minimal.
Lots of things will be taken into consideration including your general health. X-rays and other dental examinations will be carried out to determine that you have enough bone to support the implants. If you do not, then bone grafting may be recommended. Getting your teeth and gums as healthy as possible is vital to give the implant procedure the very best chance of success so there may be work to be done before the procedure can go ahead.
The whole process of having dental implants can take anywhere from 6 to 8 or 9 months and will require you to have two surgical procedures. At the first surgical appointment titanium ‘tooth root’ will be placed gently into the socket in the bone where your natural tooth was. At the second surgery the new crowns will be fixed to the implants.
Your dentist will give you very comprehensive aftercare advice and you should always follow this to the letter. Eating soft foods after your implant so that pressure is not put on the area for a couple of weeks after your implant surgery, is also a good idea.
Although it is true that nothing lasts forever, for a patient who has implants after they are forty-five you could safely say that implants would last the rest of their life. The crowns will be subject to wear and tear and on average will need to be replaced every ten to fifteen years.
The cost of treatment will depend on the complexity of the case. For an ‘all on four’ or ‘all on 6’ implant procedure the costs will between £16,000 to £20,000 for a full arch of teeth replacements. A single tooth implant made of porcelain will cost from around £1595.