Dental Implants

About Dental Implants

When a tooth cannot be restored and has to be removed, there are several options for its replacement.

Our Team at 53 Wimpole Street will advise our patients on their options and decide together which option is the most appropriate course of action.

The usual possibilities for treatment are a removable denture, a bridge (which is fixed to the teeth next to the gap created by the removal of the tooth) or with a dental implant.

All of the Dentists at 53 Wimpole Street are able to guide through the best option for you in relation to stability, longevity and aesthetic result.

Why choose dental implants?

1. Dental Implants are extremely successful and the best option for achieving a natural

2. With advancements in the Dental Industry, we are now able to match your existing teeth exactly, leaving you with the smile you have always wanted.

3. The titanium implants are placed in the jawbone, which heals and integrates the titanium implant into the bone, once integrated, the implant can be restored with a crown.

FAQ’s

  • Do missing teeth always need to be replaced?

    No, but there are several good reasons why you should. Replacing Missing Teeth will improve your appearance, make eating more comfortable and help keep your mouth and teeth healthy.

  • Are implants safe and how long will they last?

    Dental Implants are safe and have been used by Dentists to replace teeth for many years. Although there is no lifetime guarantee, Implants will last for as long as you care for them.

  • Can implants always be used to replace missing teeth?

    This depends on the condition of your jaw bone. Your Dentist will investigate and be able to tell you if there is enough bone and if not, what your other options for Treatment are.

  • Do implants hurt?

    No, you will receive local anaesthetic and although you won’t sense any pain during the procedure, you may only feel some slight discomfort during the week after your surgery.

  • How do I care for my Implant?

    Once Implants have been placed, the jawbone will need to grow and fuse to the Implant, which normally takes a few months. In some cases the Implants are stable enough soon after placement, which mean the false teeth can be fitted sooner. During healing time, you will be fitted with a Temporary Denture.
    Your Dental team will give you instructions to ensure you know how to care for your Implant and may also give you pain relief to take home with you in case you may need it.

Dental Implantologists

  • Mr Sam Hassan

    Mr Sam Hassan

       Dentist
  • Dr Bhavin Patel

    Dr Bhavin Patel

       Dentist

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