⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Hi Milisha, I’m emailing you now as I’m about to go out till late. All seems absolutely fine thank you except every so often, I think I’ve left my denture out and panic about my gaps – gawd……there’s no pleasing some people!!! Best wishes and thanks again. I’m a new woman *:) happy” Ruth
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “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

Here’s why so many people in and around Ely and Cambridge are trusting Dr Milisha Chotai

Principal dentist, Special interest Dental Implantology
DDS, MSc (Distinction), MSc, PGCert GDC 175213

Dr Milisha Chotai completed her undergraduate dental degree at the world – renowned Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden in 2008. She has since completed multiple accredited post graduate training courses within the field of dental implantology. She has Masters of Science degree in Dental Implantology at the university of Bristol, for which she was awarded with a pass with distinction.

Dr Milisha is experienced in the treatment planning, surgical placement and restoration as well as maintenance of dental implants. She only uses top of the range technology as well as Swiss manufactured materials. These materials have long track records and will ensure long term predictable treatment outcomes for her patients.

Dr Milisha is very passionate about all aspects of implant dentistry and loves working together with patients to deliver treatment to the highest standards. She strongly believes in continuous professional development to keep up to date with the latest techniques and she attends various international conferences and postgraduate education courses every year. She was also shortlisted as finalist for the Young dentist of the year award 2017.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Dear Milisha. Thank you so much for all your professional care and attention to my implants. I am very pleased with the outcome and it was a great reassurance to know you were always available to respond quickly to any issue or concern during the treatment period. I have had many dentists but your patient care stands out.” Michael Clayton

A dental implant merges with your body

A dental implant merges with your body. Even the best prosthesis will always be a foreign part that requires extensive care. By contrast, a dental implant is simply an artificial root, which on healing, merges with the body and acts likes a natural one.

  • Dental implants look and perform much like natural teeth.
  • They are anchored in the jaw, just like your own teeth.
  • There is no artificial plastic on the roof of the mouth and the need for adhesives and denture creams to retain dentures is eliminated.
  • Dental implants does not impact healthy adjacent teeth
  • Dental implants solve the problem of bone loss that comes with missing teeth.
  • They are the closest thing possible to natural teeth

Dental implants return you to a confident smile and unlike dentures don’t move. You can eat as normal with dental implants. With the correct maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime.

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How do dental implants work?

A dental implant, is composed of three parts:
● the small titanium screw that fuses into the jaw
● the abutment, which forms a small post protruding above the gum line
● the tooth shaped porcelain crown, providing a natural appearance

How much does a dental implant cost?

At our practice a single dental implant and crown costs from £2950 depending on complexity. Front tooth implants cost from £3300. Before your procedure, you will be given a treatment plan and cost estimate for the proposed treatment..

What does the dental implant procedure involve

The placement of an implant is a keyhole type surgery and is usually done under local anaesthetic.  Usually implants will need to heal for 2 months before a tooth can be fitted. However, in some circumstances, a temporary tooth can be fitted earlier depending on the healing. You can have several implants placed at the same time. We can even provide you with a full set of new teeth with only 4-6 implants.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I would very much like to thank yourself and your assistant for the excellent treatment I received yesterday. Everything went very smoothly during the procedure; I had no after effects. It was carried out professionally and sensitively, including the extra covid19 procedures.” R Keeley

Are dental implants painful?

The Dental Implant procedure, as with any other oral surgical procedures, can give some discomfort. However, this can be kept to a minimum with local anaesthesia. Sedation is also an option to help you relax. Most patients take over-the counter pain relief for 2-3 days following treatment and they all tell us that they were much more comfortable during and following the procedure than they had anticipated.

How will I look after my dental implant?

Dental implant aftercare is extremely important. You will need to brush and floss your new teeth just as you do your natural teeth. We advise you see your hygienist every 4 to 6 months for maintenance visits and and they will also demonstrate appropriate cleaning techniques. Looking after a dental implant is easy and we have a guide to dental implant aftercare to help you.

Dental implants offer you a permanent solution to replace missing teeth.

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Replacement of a missing tooth on both sides

This patient requested a Dental Implant as he was conscious of the gap showing and he noticed that the back tooth had started to move in to the gap. We were both very pleased with the final outcome!

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What happens at the first consultation?

Stage 1 – £98

  • Consultation and examination with Dr Milisha Chotai
  • Discussion of treatment options and costs

Stage 2 – £250

  • An opportunity to collect more information about your current teeth so that a details treatment plan can be provided

Stage 3 – £100 

  • Appointment for 3D scan to assess bone volume and adjacent structures
  • Dr Milisha will now collate all the information and provide a detailed plan and price estimate. Payment options will also be specified