Affordable Dental Implants In South East London
BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS:
✓ Better oral and overall health
✓ Renewed ability to eat a variety of foods
✓ Easy to clean
✓ Improves previous misalignments
✓ Long-lasting solution
YOU’VE LOST TEETH? DON’T LOSE HOPE, TOO.
DENTAL IMPLANTS ARE REPLACEMENT TEETH THAT LOOK GREAT AND TRULY LAST.
Dental implant technology is a remarkable advancement in dentistry. A dental implant is a replacement tooth that is designed to look and feel like a real tooth. Every dental implant has a root, which replaces your natural tooth root. The dental implant root is always made of titanium. Once our dentist inserts the implant root into your jawbone, the titanium root will actually begin to bond with your natural bone tissue. You end up with a replacement tooth that stays firmly in place permanently!
The visible part of the dental implant is called the dental crown. This piece is crafted to look like your natural teeth—in color, shape, size, and position.
TAKE THE FIRST STEP TO A CONFIDENT SMILE
Dental implant for a single missing teeth!
Treatment Cost :
£ 1800 or £37.80 Per Month
Implants Supported Denture
Dentures fixed with implants !
Treatment Cost :
£5000 or From £105 per month
All on 4/All on 6 Treatments
fully fixed set of teeth in a day!
Treament Cost :
£12500 or From £262.50 Per month
Implant supported bridge for multiple tooth loss.
Treament Cost :
from £1500 + £ 700 for Bridge or from £77 per month
What is 3D Dental Imaging?
3D dental imaging is a full head and neck computerized tomography (CT) scan to help the dentist get a much more clear and detailed view of the physiology and teeth structure. At our practice, we use the latest in Cone Beam 3D dental imaging technology helps diagnose our patients by taking a 3-dimensional x-ray of a patient’s head and neck.
What is Cone Beam CT (CBCT)?
Our dentists at Green Lane Dental Centre use a special type of imaging machine called a Cone Beam CT (or CBCT), which provides a 3D glimpse into the different parts of our patients’ necks and heads and offers much more information than a traditional 2-dimensional x-ray. Unlike regular x-rays, our CT scan can see the differences between many types of tissues including bone, teeth, nerves and soft tissues. During 3D dental imaging, the CBCT scanner rotates around the patient’s head, obtaining up to nearly 600 distinct images, then pieces them together to view them as one continuous image.
What is a Cone Beam CT Used For?
CBCT is useful in a variety of diagnostic situations, including but not limited to oral surgeries, implant planning, TMJ analyses, airway studies related to sleep apnea, impacted teeth, periodontal diseases, and endodontic anomalies. CT scans can also identify the size, extent, and effects of conditions such as infections, cysts, and tumors. The high-resolution 3D dental imaging allows practitioners to more accurately visualize internal anatomy, assess risk, and plan treatment and surgery. Before removing impacted wisdom teeth, the dentist may order a CBCT to accurately see the roots of the tooth, and ensure that removing the wisdom teeth will not impact the patient’s nerves. In the case of sleep apnea, the dental cone beam ct can be used to help determine whether a patient might have a restricted airway, which is one of the criteria used before sending a patient for a sleep study for a definitive diagnosis of sleep apnea. In the case of dental implants, our implant prosthodontist will take a CBCT to determine how much bone a patient has, whether their jaw can support dental implants, and which direction the implants should be placed in order to avoid any nerves.
Dental implants placed within the jawbone have become an increasingly popular and aesthetic way to replace missing teeth with strong, high quality artificial teeth that look, feel, and function like your own teeth. Unfortunately, in some cases, the jawbone may not be strong or substantial enough to support dental implants. There are many reasons this can happen. For example, when several teeth are missing, the jawbone may weaken and atrophy over time. Jawbone structure can also be negatively affected by other conditions, including trauma, infection, gum disease, surgery, and congenital defects. Without a healthy, stable jawbone, dental implants cannot be placed securely.
For patients with defects or deficiencies in the jawbone, Dr. Masih Sage uses the most advanced bone grafting techniques to promote bone growth, while creating a strong, stable foundation for the placement of dental implants. Bone grafting can increase bone volume, replace missing bone, and fill in voids in bone structure. In short, advanced bone grafting techniques allow us to grow bone exactly where we need it.
WHAT IS BONE GRAFTING?
Bone grafting is an advanced, effective and safe way to promote healing and bone growth in the jaw. Because bone tissue has the ability to regenerate and grow, strategic placement of bone grafts can encourage bone growth in the space where it’s needed. Once the graft has been placed, the bone must be allowed to heal before placing the dental implants, typically 4 to 9 months.
Dental implant before & after photos
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You deserve all the benefits of a complete smile, and dental implants fill gaps to help you achieve the healthy, natural-looking teeth you want. Schedule an appointment with Dr Masih Sage at Green Lane Dental Centre for full service dental care today!