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At envisage we consider dental implants to be the 'gold standard' permanent solution for missing teeth.

There are now numerous studies and a wealth of evidence that proves this form of dentistry is a safe and convenient method for replacing lost teeth. We have implant surgeons who are able to assess the full mouth and present you with available options for the following:

  • Single tooth implants
  • Multiple tooth implants
  • Single arch implants
  • Double arch implants
  • Same-Day All-On-4
  • Implant retained dentures

We also fulfil any requirements for Sinus Lifts and Bone Grafts to achieve optimal results. Our team are highly skilled at creating new teeth that are built to last and maintain a winning smile. Our dental implants are specifically designed to look, feel and function like natural teeth.

Read our latest blog post here: Dental Implants. Are they worth it?

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Dental implants have a number of significant advantages over conventional dentures, bridges and crowns. First and foremost, implants look and feel like natural teeth. It will be impossible for anyone to tell the difference. Functionality is exactly the same too, so there are no difficulties or set procedures when it comes to eating or brushing your teeth. What’s more, the teeth adjacent to the missing one needn’t be filed down for support.

Having a dental implant in place also maintains the bone structure beneath the replaced tooth. This is because chewing forces are still able to reach the bone via transmission through the implant. This force stimulates the natural force of bone renewal. Not only will this maintain a desirable appearance, it preserves a healthy jawline too. There is no need for glue or anything else to hold an implant in place, the implant is held in place solidly.

How Does It Work?

Dental implants can also be used to support crowns that replace single missing teeth and bridges that restore numerous missing teeth. They are usually manufactured from titanium, due to the metal’s compatibility with body tissue. Titanium also bonds extremely well with adjacent bone structures during the healing process. This is known as osseointegration and can take between 3 and 6 months. After this time, the implant is ready to support your false tooth.

The implant is between 8 and 16mm in length and is essentially screwed or inserted into a pre-prepared socket within your jaw. This socket acts as a replacement root for the missing tooth. A small part called an ‘abutment’ is then attached to the top of the implant. This creates an external connection for the new replacement tooth; whether this be a crown, bridge or denture.

Envisage Dental Implants Service

Dental implants are available at envisage clinics, all of which offer the latest techniques to restore function and health to missing teeth. We also offer the replacement of dentures with implants, which can be same-day or actioned over a period of 6 to 12 months, depending on your specific needs and suitability assessment.

You can arrange to have a full Dental Implant Assessment where your implant surgeon will assess your requirements and work within your budget to offer you the desired result.

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Dental Implant Consultation

We want to ensure that you are clear and informed on all your dental implant options, which is why we dedicate consultations dedicated to implants. You are entitled to have a crystal-clear idea on what to expect from a dental implant service, to ensure you are suitable for the best success and allow you to ask any questions regarding treatment and recovery. You will be introduced to your dental implant expert at your first consultation. They will then perform a full medical history assessment in order to understand your needs better, as well as the condition of your overall oral health and hygiene.

X-Rays are usually taken to make the discussion a lot clearer and more convenient for us both. The consultation process will make you aware of alternative treatments, whilst also providing greater understanding of the benefits and drawback different implant modalities provide. You will also be advised on aftercare techniques, procedures, timings and costs – making you feel confidently informed along every step of the way. This places you in a position to make the correct choices about the treatment plan that’s best for you.

Single tooth Implants

The problems that are brought about by missing teeth are numerous, and can have significant impacts on the overall quality of life. Most of those who have to deal with missing teeth are concerned with how long they will have to go through their daily lives without the presence of their teeth (or at least, the presence of the teeth replacements). Dental Implants are an ideal solution for replacing Missing Teeth, Bridges or Dentures and are the next best thing to natural teeth. They are a safe alternative treatment to the existing bridge or denture. From our boutique dental clinics, we treat patients from across the South East and South West of England.

Single Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement of a single missing tooth that looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth. We first make sure you are eligible to have such treatment by conducting a full consultation to check bone density and gums. Once we have confirmed the treatment is suitable for you, we invite you back in.

Multiple Dental Implants

If you are missing several teeth, depending on where the missing teeth are, your surgeon can either offer multiple implants or offer alternative solutions such as implant-supported bridges. Restoring function due to the loss of multiple teeth is a life changing event. Our dental implant surgeons can provide several advantages using implants over other teeth replacement options. In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, options such as implant-supported bridges replace teeth without support from adjacent natural teeth.

In the long term, implants are aesthetic, functional and comfortable. Gums and bone can recede around a normal bridge or partial denture, leaving a visible defect. Resorbed bone beneath bridges or removable partial dentures can lead to a collapsed, unattractive smile. The cement holding bridges in place can wash out, allowing bacteria to decay teeth that anchor the bridge. In addition, removable partial dentures can move around in the mouth and reduce your ability to eat certain foods.

Single Arch Dental Implants

Your dental implant surgeon can offer options to replace teeth in upper or lower jaws through a full implant assessment. They may discuss options such as an implant retained denture or fixed implant bridges, this is an alternative to a full removable denture.

Several dental implants can be inserted along the jawbone to ensure adequate support for a fixed bridge. The process is very similar to a single of multiple implant procedure but does require much more planning, careful diagnosis and positioning before the treatment can commence. This is so that the correct amount of implants are placed in the correct positions so that a bridge can be sufficiently attached with the correct support and requirements.

Double Arch Dental Implants

If you have lost all your teeth, your dental surgeon can offer several options. The most common and affordable option is to have removable dentures. However, over time, as the gums change, the dentures don’t fit as well and gives frustration to patients who can’t chew and function as they normally do. As the bone is lost over time (as the bone needs teeth to serve to not recess), eventually drastic measures may have to be taken to offer function.

Over time, dentists have researched and successfully created implant systems to help full tooth loose. The most common is to have implant retained dentures where approximately 4-6 implants are placed in each jaw and then a customized denture is clipped onto the implants. This ensure the bones doesn’t loose over time and the dentures remain semi-permanent in a fixed position helping chewing and function as well as giving back taste.

Implant Retained Dentures

An implant-retained denture is a type of over- denture that is supported by and attached to implants in the jaw. A regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants. The denture clips on to the implant to keep it in place. An implant-retained denture is used when a person doesn’t have any teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. It is usual that at least 2 implants are needed to support the denture, but that will be decided depending on your particular needs.

Sinus Lift and Bone Grafts

A sinus lift is surgery that adds bone to your jaw in the area of your molars and premolars. It's sometimes called a sinus augmentation. To make room for the bone, the sinus has to be moved upward, or 'lifted'. Our dental surgeons or maxillofacial surgeon does the sinus lift. Once the sinus is 'lifted', a surgical procedure called 'Bone grafting' replaces missing bone. This is all done to make a good area for a dental implant to be placed where the bone may have regressed over years.

IV Sedation

The aim of sedation is to make nervous dental patients feel comfortable, totally relaxed and safe during a dental procedure. Administration of the sedatives and analgesia results in you becoming drowsy and sleepy, pain free, and probably amnesic such that you will have very little recollection of the dentistry being carried out. Communication is possible if necessary during the visit because even though you are completely relaxed and unconcerned, you are not completely unconscious at any point in time.

Patients remain aware of their surroundings but are less responsive to external stimuli like the sound of the drill or the smell of materials. You are monitored throughout the procedure by a qualified professional to ensure your safety, and a seditionist will stay with you all the time.

Recovery after sedation is much faster than with general anaesthesia. For these reasons patient satisfaction is very high after conscious sedation - a recent survey of the experiences and satisfaction of patients who had sedation show that 99.5% of patients would take sedation again if they have a choice.

Doctors weigh a number of factors carefully to assess which drug will be the safest choice in a unique situation for a particular individual. Sedatives are given to patients in a variety of ways such as by mouth, under the tongue, inhaled through the nose or intravenously (through the veins).

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