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4 Types of Dental Implants (Which One Is Best for You?)

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4 Types of Dental Implants (Which One Is Best for You?)

Dental implants are the short and long term replacement of missing or damaged teeth.

Choosing to ignore the signs of tooth damage can leave long-lasting effects not just on your appearance but on oral health too.

Practices and clinics now provide various types of dental implant procedures that help to aid all sorts of tooth problems.

These are some of the treatments that are provided:

#1 Single Implants 

A single dental implant may be the right choice if you are missing one tooth.

Single implants are favoured based on their permanent, long-lasting and natural look which gives you the best smile.

Using a single dental implant to replace a missing tooth offers a far more effective solution that leaves neighbouring teeth untouched and preserves vital bone structure where the missing tooth once was. More here.

#2 All on 4 

All on 4 techniques represent the future of implant surgery with which it’s possible to replace all the missing teeth with just 4 implants.

Benefits of using All on 4 treatments:

  • Costs are significantly lower than conventional implant surgery
  • Walk-in – walk-out service
  • Gain immediate results
  • Improves basic jaw functions such as chewing

Quick tip:

Research beforehand into any dental clinic when considering dental implants

We have taken the time to find the best clinics within the UK that specialise in all types of dental implants:

One in particular that we recommend within London is Aqua Dental Clinic.

Dr Maini and her team of specialist implantologists are highly experienced in placing dental implants and years of experience within implant dentistry – which you can trust.

One patient within the UK post-implant surgery:

“Finished my treatment today with Dr Maini. Very efficient and helpful!  – my teeth are looking great and I cannot stop smiling!”

#3 Mini dental implants 

Mini dental implants are suited best for replacing a single tooth, most predominantly front or premolar.

The treatment is a temporary restoration which includes; no gum surgery or drilling, few dental visits and same-day treatment.

A cheaper and easily accessible solution to amend your smile.

4# Multiple implants

Dental implants can offer a fantastic alternative to removable dentures when you are missing multiple teeth.

For complicated cases and multiple dental implant placements, specialists will assess you and plan your treatment using digital technology to achieve an accurate and outstanding result.

Multiple implants can be expensive – we recommend researching specialist clinics that offer good rates!

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