Dental Implants

Dental implants in London

10 most asked questions about dental implants

You may have heard about dental implants or other tooth replacement options, but often people aren’t sure what exactly they are. So they ask many questions when losing a tooth and the various options available to replace it, depending on their budget and needs. Now, the two main options to replace missing teeth are getting…

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Best Ways To Replace Your Missing Teeth

When dentures or false teeth are mentioned, most people create an image of their grandma’s set of teeth placed in a glass of water. However, significant advances in the dental industry have completely changed the dental replacement landscape. Modern false teeth are simpler, more natural-looking with more subtle fittings. We dare say that most of…

Dental Implants – what is the process and cost?

Have you considered getting dental implants to restore your smile? Are you looking to seal off the missing tooth within your gums? Then this post is for you. It is an in-depth guide into the world of dental implants. It has a wide scope delving into the various dental implant types, the general implant procedures…

4 health consequences of missing teeth

Tooth decay or trauma can eventually lead to tooth loss. Restorative procedures like dental implants, bridges and dentures, are usually the best long-term solutions, however, the cost of such dental restorations may be daunting and prevent some people to opt for it. Many dental practitioners in London offer a wide variety of dental implant procedures,…

Immediate Implants

In certain circumstances implants can be  placed in the hole left by the root immediately after an extraction which is called an Immediate Implant . An Immediate Implant can be fitted from start to finish in one appointment. Usually implants need to integrate with the bone after they have been placed in bone. This takes at least 3-6 months and…

Implants with Bar

A number of Implants may be used to secure a lower denture. A hole is made in the jaw bone for each Implant. The Implant is positioned and a Healing Cap applied. The gum is replaced while the bone recovers. Access to the Implant is made and the second part of the Implant is attached….

Implant Crown Options

Sometimes a tooth needs a root treatment. Once an Implant has been placed … … an abutment is fitted to hold the Crown. The abutment and the base of the crown may be metal. However, in certain light, this can make the tooth look dull. An alternative … … is for the abutment to be…

Implant Temporary

Following placing an implant it can be some months before the new tooth is fitted. A temporary denture can be made for cosmetic purposes within this time however the impact of opposit jaw by biting can disturb the implant and affect the healing process. As an alternative an adhesive bridge can be made which is fixed to the…