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Dental implants offer you a permanent solution to replace missing teeth.
✔ Friendly, competent and supportive team
✔ Best implants and products available on the market to ensure long-term success
✔ Pain free
✔ Excellent support and follow-up by treatment team
✔ Provision of complimentary hygiene products for implant maintenance
✔ 10% off future implant maintenance such as hygienist appointments
✔ We take care of everything so that you can relax and enjoy the process
Dental Implants are the most advanced therapy available to replace missing teeth. Dental Implant have proven to be reliable, and their high success is supported by decades of clinical experience.
A dental implant is an ideal option to replace a single missing tooth. It is better than leaving the gap open as this could adversely influence the position of the adjacent teeth which will commonly tilt into the gap. It is also more difficult to clean teeth that are in front of or behind a gap.
The dental implant acts as an artificial root. It is replaces the space that was previously occupied with a dental root.
Once the dental implant has fused with your bone, a customised crown is placed on top of the implant. The final result looks, feels and functions like a real tooth.
Missing front tooth replaced with a dental implant
This patient was wearing a removable denture but could not get used to it. His wife did not like that he did not wear his removable tooth, which is why he opted to have a fixed dental implant. The final results were amazing!
Having an implant seemed like a big decision at the time. But really it was completely the right thing to do and there was no need to worry about it. From start to finish the treatment I received from Ms M Chotai and her assistant Joanne, was superb. All the stages were well explained, so that I knew what would happen at each appointment. There was no real pain, just a bit of tenderness. A cleaning regime was complied with and now only a yearly check-up is required. If you can’t have a bridge fitted and don’t want a gap in your teeth, then go ahead and see if you are suitable for an implant. You won’t regret it!Mrs H.West