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What Are Dental Implants?

What is a dental implant? Crown, abutment, and screw

Dental Implants Are Currently The Best Alternative To damaged Or Missing Natural Teeth.

They are proven to be much more durable and long lasting than any other restorative dental treatment available today.

Dental Implants are small screw like fixtures that are surgically inserted into the jawbone to form an artificial tooth root which anchors in place a new tooth crown.

A Dental Implant Consists Of 3 Parts

A tooth crown is anchored securely to an abutment, giving you the same functions as a natural tooth. We offer porcelain and zirconium crowns.

An abutment (which we provide from either titanium or zirconium) is attached to an implanted fixture.

A small screw made from titanium is inserted into the jawbone – the dental implant. Titanium is commonly used as it is lightweight, strong and biocompatible with the human body.

What are dental implants? Small screw like fixtures, surgically inserted into the jawbone to form an artificial tooth root, anchoring in place a new tooth crown

Dental Implants Can be Used For Any Amount Of Missing Teeth

Dental implants can be used to replace any amount of teeth - from a single missing tooth to full mouth restoration - and our expert dental team will tailor treatment plans to suit your personal requirements. Some examples of some of the common types of cases we treat are shown below.

 

What is a dental implant: single dental implant

Single Dental Implant

 

For one missing or damaged tooth. A single dental implant is inserted into the jawbone and one tooth crown is fastened to the implant to restore one missing tooth.

 

 

What is a dental implant: implant supported bridge

Implant Supported Bridge

 

For multiple teeth missing side by side. An implant supported bridge is used when there are numerous teeth missing together. For example, if there are 3 missing teeth, 2 dental implants can be placed in the jawbone and a bridge can be produced consisting of 3 crowns and secured to the implants.

What is a dental implant: full mouth restoration, 6 dental implants

Full Mouth Restoration

 

One option for full mouth restoration at our clinic is ‘All on 6 implants’; which is 6 dental implants placed, that are used to support a full set of teeth on a 12 unit bridge.

What is a dental implant: 4 dental implants supporting full set of dentures

All On 4 Implants

 

Another option for full mouth restoration at our clinic is ‘All on 4 implants’; which is 4 dental implants supporting a full set of removable dentures.

Find Out All About The Different Solutions Available with Dental Implants

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East Finchley

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143-145, Balham Hill, London, SW12 9DL

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East Finchley

91 High Road, East Finchley, London, N2 8AG

Balham

143-145, Balham Hill, London, SW12 9DL

Call us: 020 3322 3218

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LOCKDOWN UPDATE, 5TH JAN 2021 - WE ARE STILL OPEN

Dear patients, 

According to the latest Government guidelines and the advice of the British Dental Association, we are currently still operating and treating patients at our clinics for scheduled appointments during the current lockdown. Unless the situation changes, this will continue throughout the current period of restrictions.

The current Government guidelines in relation to the lockdown state that "The majority of public services will continue and you will be able to leave home to visit them. These include the NHS and medical services like GPs and dentists".

We will of course continue to monitor the situation and provide our patients with any necessary updates.  

The safety of our patients and staff remains our absolute priority, therefore, all the additional safety precautions that have been in place over the last few months will remain, to ensure a safe and pleasant experience at our clinics.

Feel free to get in touch with us to find out when you can book an appointment and to ask any questions or address any concerns you may have. 

Thank you to all of our wonderful patients for your understanding and patience during this difficult time. 

Stay safe and healthy.