Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a lasting solution to tooth loss and can be used in both aesthetic and functional treatments. Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, or would like a secure option to anchor dentures, dental implants could be the best solution.

The loss or damage of even a single tooth can have a huge impact on everyday life, teeth function and self-esteem. People lose their teeth for many reasons, sometimes due to an accident, illness or poor maintenance. Other people simply inherit poor teeth. Whatever the reasons for tooth loss, it can have a negative impact on your quality of life. You may no longer eat many of the foods that you once enjoyed, you may be self-conscious about your appearance, you may stop smiling or you may experience pain from
ill-fitting dentures.

Dental Implants Services

  • What is a Dental Implant?

    Dental implant treatment provides a genuine life-changing

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  • CBCT Scanning

    The Cone Beam CT Scanner, also known as the CBCT, produces a fast,

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  • Single Tooth Implant

    If you’re missing one tooth only, a single tooth implant will give you a

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  • Implant Bridges

    Bridges are used to replace missing teeth, either individually or where

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  • All on 4

    All-on-4 is a new solution perfect if you’ve lost all, or most, of your teeth.

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  • Implant Retained Dentures

    Loose and uncomfortable dentures can have a real impact on the

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  • Full Mouth Reconstuction

    Also known as full mouth restoration, full mouth reconstruction

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  • Teeth In a Day

    Patients can now enjoy the benefits of having their restored teeth in

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  • Immediate Placement Implants

    A cracked tooth or sudden loss of tooth can cause real shock and

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  • Implant Failures

    The loss or damage of even a single tooth can have a huge impact

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To see if implants are appropriate for you, and to answer any questions you may have, please arrange an implant consultation with our dentist. The Association of Dental Implantology (UK) https://www.adi.org.uk provides a lot more information.

Implant Supporting Treatments

For dental implants to be successful, there must be enough bone to support them. You may not have enough bone because of tooth loss from periodontal (gum) disease, injury or trauma, or a developmental defect. If your jaw is too short (up and down), too narrow (side to side), or both, you will need a procedure to add bone to your jaw before implants can be placed.

Synthetic bone graft is a term used to describe a procedure using a hydroxyapatite or other naturally occurring and biocompatible substance with similar mechanical properties to bone, to “build” bone so that dental implants can be placed. These procedures typically involve grafting (adding) these bonelike materials to the jaw, and waiting for the grafted material to fuse with the existing bone over several months.

Implants Supporting Treatments Services

  • Synthetic Bone Graft

    For dental implants to be successful, there must be enough bone to support

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  • Sinus Graft

    A sinus lift is surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area

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  • Soft Tissue Graft

    Soft tissue grafting is often necessary to combat gum recession.

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  • Block Grafts

    A bone block graft is a surgical procedure using the patient’s existing

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  • Nerve Repositioning

    Nerve repositioning or nerve lateralisation is used in cases when.

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To see if implants are appropriate for you, and to answer any questions you may have, please arrange an implant consultation with our dentist. The Association of Dental Implantology (UK) https://www.adi.org.uk provides a lot more information.

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