Maximum Aesthetics with Minimal Implant Treatment
All on four implants treatment can be used to replace multiple lost teeth. One treatment that is popular is to use the implants to support bridges.
This means that if you have lost 2 or more teeth in your mouth you now have a range of options available to you to restore your mouth back to its original state (or even enhanced) without the need for dentures.
If you have lost multiple teeth, occasionally there are not enough teeth to provide long-term support for bridgework by themselves. Implants are made of titanium and are fitted into bone. This increases retention considerably. In these circumstances implant supported bridges become a useful and essential option.
- They are fixed in your mouth, so you don’t take them out at night
- They don’t move around your mouth like dentures
- They don’t get loose
- It’s a great long-term solution for missing teeth
- You can create an enhanced mouth
- Your new teeth will look like natural teeth
- You will be able to eat and chew your food comfortably and without embarrassment
- Your mouth will look younger again
Dental implants can be a useful adjunct to many dental treatments. We will provide a detailed evaluation and complete comprehensive dental assessment to decipher the best and most appropriate treatment for you. To find out more on this subject, please click All on Four
How do you plan and design my treatment ?
The process starts with a FREE discovery consultation where we discuss your needs and requirements with a Computerised Photographic Assessment to help you understand the possibilities.
We are at this stage able to assist you with potential options available to you. Depending on your requirements we can customise and tailor-make individual treatments plans to suit your needs and budgets. You can opt for simple procedures to more complex involved treatments plans to produce your beautiful new smile. Our aim is answer your questions and provide you with the advantages and disadvantages.
During this assessment we will investigate that you have the correct width, height and density of bone. When there is insufficient bone present than we often perform additional procedures such as bone grafts or sinus grafts to add more bone volume. This may need a healing period of 3 months prior to placing the implant the regenerated bone. We may advise that a CT-scan is taken to obtain this information. The dentist will also assess whether there is a possibility of an immediate implant for your missing tooth.
We use a wide selection of the latest state-of-the-art implant technology, techniques and systems to create a great appealing and functional end-result.
READ ABOUT THE GREAT RESULTS AND EXPERIENCES OF OTHER PATIENTS
4.7 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 weeks ago
I have been visiting Perfect Smile for couple years for on going treatment including implants and Veneers. I developed an abscess over Christmas Holiday with a fever where I passed out on my kitchen floor. I did email Gurs not expecting him to reply within an hour or so (especially it being the festive season) Gurs suggested I should get to the hospital to get antibiotics and emergency dentist next day. Gurs kept in touch daily to check on my welfare. A week later I was well enough to travel from Norfolk to Perfect Smile. The following week Negan did root canal. The team are first class, who make you welcome and always asking if I would like a drink. The treatment has cost me thousands. Money well spent!! I now have The Perfect Smile.
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
I live in London so it was no problem visiting them at Harley Street, I was a bit nervous when I walked in but it all went fine and I now have no more gaps in my teeth, many thanks
Why dental implants are right for you
Contact us for any questions, requests and further information; or to arrange a FREE Initial Consultation.
Our free no obligation Initial Consultation will be with our dentist and/or our Treatment Coordinators. The suitability of options discussed will ultimately be dependent upon your clinical assessment with a dentist at the practice.