Teeth in a Day – Same Day Smiles Dentist

Newham Dental Practice are proud to offer new teeth and smiles in the day with All on 4 same day dental implants in Ely.

The All on 4 System utilises 4 dental implants to stabilise your new set of teeth, either  permanently fixed or removable. In some cases it is possible to extract any existing teeth, place the dental implants at the same time and provide new teeth and smiles on the same day of surgery. If you are a suitable patient you would come in in the morning and leave at the end of the day with a brand-new fixed smile.

This dental implant procedure generally means there is less bone grafting with treatment times being extremely fast.

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Which situation best describes you?

If this is you then we can help.

There would normally be two treatment possibilities for you:

  1. Dental implants placed and a permanently fixed bridge attached to the implants.
  2. Dental implants placed which are then used to clip a removable denture onto.

Whilst many patients may prefer to have a permanently fixed bridge this is not always possible for a variety of clinical and aesthetic reasons.

Our friendly and relaxed team will co-discover with you the best option for you, simply click the button below to request your initial consultation today.

If this is you then we can help.

If you like your existing denture then it’s very often possible to use 4 dental implants to stabilise your existing denture. This means you can be sure of the comfort and look of the final result but have that result firmly fixed into your mouth.

Your existing denture will have additional clips or attachment added to it which will then firmly click onto the top of the dental implants.

If you don’t like your existing denture then the answer is quite simple, we can make you a new one, again stabilised with the dental implants.

Our friendly and relaxed team will co-discover with you the best option for you, simply click the button below to request your initial consultation today.

If this is you then we can help.

This is the classic new teeth in just one day, same day smile technique. Your same day smile dentist can remove any existing failing teeth, immediately place dental implants and provide you with a fixed dental bridge… All on the same day ensuring you are not left with any gaps.

This technique is extremely complex and is only suitable in clearly defined clinical situations. Our friendly and relaxed team will co-discover with you the best option for you, simply click the button below to request your initial consultation today.

Would you like:

  • To improve your quality-of-life?
  • A cosy and friendly environment in which to have your treatment?
  • To have the highest quality treatment?
  • To have the safest environment?
  • To be seen by a same day smile dentist with the highest level of qualifications?
  • Exceptional value for money with the highest quality implants and service?
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Free consultations

We don’t offer quick free chats that don’t actually get you anywhere (some practices even call these free consultations).

But we do offer an initial consultation which gives you:

  • An opportunity for you to have a detailed discussion with us about your concerns and requirements.
  • A full treatment plan with all of your options carefully explained.
  • A detailed pricing structure helping you decide which route to smiling confidently is best for you.

Ely Dentist Dr Milisha ChotaiMeet your same day smile dentist

Dr Milisha Chotai has achieved a masters of science degree in dental implantology from the university of Bristol, for which she was awarded with a distinction. She has attended numerous courses around the world and trained by leading experts within the field of dental implantology.
 
  • 2013-2016         MSc Dental Implantology, Univ. Bristol (Distinction)
  • 2012-2013         PGCert Dental Implantology, Cambridge
  • 2011-2013          MSc Med Educ, Sweden
  • 2011-2012          Michael Wise Restorative Course, London
  • 2003-2008     DDS Doctor of Dental Surgery, Sweden

Memberships

  • International team of Implantology (ITI)
  • European Association of Osseointegration (EAO)
  • International Association of Dental Research
  • Swedish Dental Association
  • GDC 175213

“I was very satisfied with my implant experience. Milisha ensured that the treatment progressed smoothly and professionally. As a result of the treatment, I have also noticed an improvement in my general dental health. I would definitely come back fore more! “

Mr D. Nichols

“Milisha has been a fantastic support through extensive treatment and her skill and attention to detail has been very impressive. I would encourage any person contemplating implants to contact her, I cannot recommend highly enough.”

David Staveley

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Questions about same-day teeth

What are all-on-4 teeth implants in dentistry?

The full all-on-4 process can involve some or all of the following:

  1. Removal of existing compromised teeth.
  2. Dental implant placement, usually 4, hence the name.
  3. Restoration of the dental implants with permanent teeth, either a fixed bridge or removable denture.

The full process is often undertaken in a single day.

Only a clinical consultation will let you know if you are suitable for this entire process.

How to care for dental implants

Once dental implants are placed you will need to look after them the same as you do natural teeth. Cleaning twice per day and cleaning in between the dental implants using a floss or interdental brush is important. Dental implants can be susceptible to gingivitis which progresses onto the more serious peri-implantitis.

Is it normal to have pain after 5 days of teeth implants?

With any invasive dental work there is likely to be some mild post operative pain. This can usually be controlled with over-the-counter painkillers however, if pain lasts for longer than five days or is extremely severe then we recommend contacting your dental implant dentist for more advice. This is also a key reason for visiting a dentist to have dental implants are local to you, if you have travelled overseas for dental implants then visiting the dental implant dentist can be quite difficult post operatively.

How long does the dental implant treatment take?

Placing of a dental implant can be quite quick, often in less than an hour. Replacing multiple teeth using the same day teeth technique usually takes a whole day. This does take into account removal of any existing teeth, placement of the dental implants and then providing the bridge or denture over the top.

Will I be in pain during or after getting a dental implant?

You will always receive a full local anaesthetic prior to having dental implant is placed, this makes the procedure almost completely pain-free. Pain is only ever experienced after the anaesthetic wears off, it is usually mild and can be controlled with over-the-counter painkillers.

What are the pros and cons of dental implants?

Dental implant pros:

  • Can look exactly like natural teeth.
  • Support the underlying bone preventing further bone loss after to floss.
  • Support the adjacent teeth helping to prevent them chipping in towards the gap and compromising the bite.
  • Support the opposing teeth helping to prevent them over erupting and compromising the bite.
  • Extremely long lasting and hard wearing.
  • Usually the lowest cost option when comparing the overall life of the dental implant with the cost.

Dental implant cons:

  • Up front costs can sometimes be higher.

Do dental implants work like real teeth?

Dental implants work and function like a natural teeth however there are two big differences:

  1. Natural teeth have a natural cushioning/suspension around them which can absorb the shock of biting. Dental implants are rigidly attached into the bone.
  2. Natural teeth have nerves and provide feedback to your jaw on how hard you are biting.

Because dental implants don’t give the same feedback to your jaw it may sometimes be possible to bite very hard without realising, so if you have implants you will need to be aware of what you are eating to ensure you don’t break the dental implant or the restoration on top.

What do dental implants really feel like?

Dental implants should feel and look like a natural teeth, however because there are no nerves in the dental implant, like there are the natural teeth you won’t get the same feedback to your jaw when biting or chewing. This means you need to be careful about what you eat if you have dental implants.

How soon we can you get implants after having a tooth pulled out?

This very often depends on your clinical situation however, it is technically possible to place a dental implant immediately into the socket where the tooth has been extracted. This however is only possible if the tooth is extracted at the dental surgery and the implant placed straightaway (This is called immediate placement). If you have lost a tooth outside of the dental surgery then you will need to wait for full healing in order for a dental implant to be placed, this can sometimes be up to 6 months. Please seek the advice of your dental professional as soon as the tooth has been lost.

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Ely Dental Practice, 14 Newnham street, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB74PE

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