Alexandra Park Dental & Referral Centre

Alexandra Park Dental & Referral Centre

A dental implant is a product of modern technology, which has transformed the face of dentistry over the past 25 years. Essentially, they are a replacement for one or multiple teeth and are recognized as one of the most effective replacement methods. No matter how the tooth (or teeth) got lost due to an accident or neglected dental hygiene, dental implants are effective in replacing them.

To be more precise, dental implants are metal frames that are positioned in the jawbone right beneath the gum via dental surgery. Once successfully installed in the jawbone, they allow the dentist to place replacement teeth on them.


–         Dental implants are known to be solid and stable. They replace a missing tooth (or teeth) so that it feels and functions like a natural tooth. Unlike other options, it doesn’t intervene in eating, speaking or smiling by slipping out of their designated space.

–         If a missing tooth is left unattended, it can lead to other health issues, like jawbone deterioration. Dental implants not only replace the missing teeth but also sustain natural bone by preventing any bone loss and enhancing bone growth.

– Compared to other treatments, dental implants eliminate the chances of forming cavities when teeth are lost.

How is a dental implant performed?

Typically, a dental implant procedure comprises two fundamental steps:

–      At the initial stage, your dentist will locate the artificial implant in your jawbone through surgery. During this phase, it is recommended that patients stick to the intake of soft foods, like soups, drinks, etc.

– The second step is to heal the bone in the adjoining areas of the implant. This process of healing the bone is known as osseointegration, which literally means merging the bone.

If only one missing tooth is to be implanted, the dentist will prepare a crown to be positioned upon the tooth, depending on the shape, size and colour of the patient’s tooth.

Illnesses, such as leukaemia and diabetes, hinder bone recovery after dental implant surgery. Due to this, individuals suffering from such medical conditions may not be the best candidate for this procedure. However, consult your dentist, who can make the correct assessment for the implacable interested in getting a dental implant procedure shall first discuss it in fine detail with the dentist. At  Alexandra Park Dental Practice and Referral Centre, we offer  Free Dental Implants Consultation for our patients. Call our friendly team on 020 8829 8555 or book online via our website

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Monday 8.30 am – 6.00 pm
Tuesday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm
Wednesday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm
Thursday 8.30 am – 6.00 pm
Friday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm
Saturday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm
Sunday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm

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