Dental Implants

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A dental implant is designed to replace a missing tooth. A titanium post is carefully placed into the jaw to mimic the function of a root of a tooth. Once the post has fused (integrated) with your bone, a crown is fitted within the titanium post which replicates the appearance and chewing functions of your missing natural tooth.

Types of Dental Implants:

Single Implants

Gaps in your teeth or missing teeth not only affect your confidence but also affect your ability to chew and enjoy your food. Natural teeth can be missing for a variety of reasons such as tooth decay, injury or gum disease.

A dental implant is designed to replace a missing tooth. A titanium post is carefully placed into the jaw to mimic the function of a root of a tooth. Once the post has fused (integrated) with your bone, a crown is fitted within the titanium post which replicates the appearance and chewing functions of your missing natural tooth.

Multiple missing teeth or large gaps can now be replaced using dental bridges that are supported by a number of dental implants.

Same Day Teeth

Same day teeth treatment offers a solution to remove the need for dentures and allows the wearer to walk out of the surgery on the same day with permanent fixed teeth.

The same day teeth procedure replaces a full upper and or lower arch of teeth with a bridge of between 10-12 teeth supported by 4-6 implants that are strategically placed to spread the force and pressure across the whole jaw which are created whilst eating and chewing.

This Treatment is ideal for patients who

  • Have multiple missing upper or lower teeth
  • Struggling to eat or are limited to soft foods
  • Having difficulty speaking with ill fitting dentures
  • Want to avoid the need for dentures or removable teeth
  • Want to prevent further boneless

How Long Does it Take to get an Implant done?
Implant Treatment is a bespoke treatment that is tailored to each individual. This process can vary from immediate crowns on to the implants ( Same Day Teeth ) to rebuilding bone and placing implants 6 months later.

Can I get my teeth on the same day?
This is a very common treatment that we provide in our clinic in Northwich. In order for us to provide this we plan the case to place the Dental Implant into the bone and place a crown onto the dental implant to mimic a natural tooth. This is then later replaced with a definitive crown after.

How do I know if I have enough bone?
We always carry out scans to assess the bone to ensure there is enough bone before proceeding. But if you do not have enough bone we can carry out additional bone grafting procedures to build this. Come and have a chat.

Points to Remember:

There are a lot of things to keep in mind when considering our clinic to look after you for the replacement using dental implants:

  • Very High Success Rates for Implants
  • Modern Dental Practice
  • Award winning Practice
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Friendly and Relaxing Atmosphere
  • Excellent Feedback from existing patients at the clinic
  • Sedation available for procedures that you are nervous about
  • Very high Standards of Cross infection
  • Passed All CQC and Denplan Excel Inspections

FAQ’s

When would a dental implant be needed?

A dental implant is designed to replace a missing tooth. A titanium post is carefully placed into the jaw to mimic the function of a root of a tooth. Once the post has fused (integrated) with your bone, a crown is fitted within the titanium post which replicates the appearance and chewing functions of your missing natural tooth.

What is an implant?

A dental implant is designed to replace a missing tooth. A titanium post is carefully placed into the jaw to mimic the function of a root of a tooth. Once the post has fused (integrated) with your bone, a crown is fitted within the titanium post which replicates the appearance and chewing functions of your missing natural tooth.

What would prevent me from having a dental implant?

The main factors which could delay your implant treatment or in some cases may prevent you from having them:

  • Lack of bone
  • Gum Disease
  • Excessive smoking or alcohol consumption
  • Excessive teeth grinding
  • Auto-immune disease
  • Have had radiotherapy in your jaw area

If you have any of the above or suspect you have one of the conditions and are interested in dental implants then arrange a consultation with one of our dentists as they will be able to make an assessment of your condition and create a treatment plan that meets your needs.

How is a Dental Implant Fitted?

Firstly we would carry out a detailed examination of you to ensure you are dentally and medically healthy and a comprehensive plan would be provided highlighting any pre-treatment that may be required such as periodontal treatment and a full break down of costs will also be provided at this point along with our finance packages.

A CT scan is required which will indicate to us your bone structure and a complex view of your dental anatomy which will assist the dentist in selecting the best position to place your dental implants using customized software

The placement of the dental implant is carried out under local aneasthetic and we are happy to provide sedation if this is something you would like. A small incision is made in the gum and a tiny hole is made in the jaw bone which the implant is gently fitted into. We would then either cover the implant over with your gum, and leave it to heal for around 10-12 weeks before constructing the crown that sits on top of the implant or we my construct or fit a crown immediately. Every patient has different needs and we will tailor each plan to suit your individual needs.

Do I need to take time off work following the implant surgery?

We recommend you rest for 48 hours and in particular avoid strenuous activity, alcohol and smoking. Each patient heals differently and in some cases minimal facial swelling and bruising has been experienced but we will advise and support you throughout your treatment to minimize any such side effects.

How do I know if I have enough bone for a Dental Implant?

We will arrange a CT scan for you in the early planning stages of your treatment which will indicate exactly how much bone is available. If we find you do not have enough bone then we can carry out a grafting procedure either before the placement of your implant or at the same time. All options will be discussed with you ahead of beginning your treatment.

Can I have sedation for treatment if I a nervous?

We have regular sedation sessions at the Practice so it is very easy for us to organise your treatment to be carried out under sedation should this be something you are interested in.  Just mention it at your free of charge consultation with the dentist.

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