Dental implants are a long-term solution to replace teeth which may have become lost due to accidents, tooth decay or gum disease. A dental implant can restore your smile, make it easier to eat again and help you regain your confidence. Implants are generally suitable for most patients.
Dental implants can be used to replace anything from a single tooth to a full smile. We offer many implant treatments, including complex full mouth rehabilitations.
The implants mimic the shape of your natural tooth. A titanium root is surgically fitted into the bone of your jaw, with a crown fixed on top. The implant takes around 3-6 months to fully establish itself in your mouth, fusing to your jaw and becoming strong and immovable, like your natural tooth.things to consider all on 4 digitally guided surgery advanced implant surgery
Comfortable, well-fixed and strong.
Help protect your jaw bone from shrinking and causing premature aging of your face.
Minimise movement of your remaining teeth.
Improve your ability to eat any food you choose, particularly if you have been used to dentures moving as you eat.
Improve your self-confidence through the change to your appearance.
At Chiswick Dental, we are proud to be able to transform your smile and improve your confidence with dental implants.
Here’s what you can expect:
We appreciate that our patients have busy lives and we aim to keep any disruption from the treatment at a minimum. Our in-house CBCT scanner allows us to minimise the time taken to accurately plan your treatment.
We use state-of-the-art digital workflow to maximise accuracy and minimise any discomfort.
Our purpose-built surgical suite ensures your treatment takes place in a clean hospital theatre-style environment, putting patient safety and comfort first.
We have an on-site recovery room with private access, allowing you to fully rest and recuperate on your treatment day.
Your dental implants can be thought of as very similar to your normal teeth, and can be looked after in the same way. You will need to continue daily brushing and regular check ups with your dentist. Visiting the dental hygienist can also be beneficial to the long-term care of your dental implants.