Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental Implants for Missing Teeth in Leicester

Why Choose Us For Dental Implants

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Fixed clear pricing

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FREE 5 year guarantee on all dental implants

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FREE Consultation with our dentist

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CT Scan included (usually £175)

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In-house bone grafting

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Late night opening on Thursday until 7:30pm

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Specialist dental implant referral centre with expert staff

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Flexible finance plans to help with treatment fees

Limited Dental Implant Offer

Save £245 this month on your dental implant treatment.
This offer is for a limited time with limited appointments.

Dental Implants
For Missing Teeth, Leicester

Whether you are missing a single tooth or you’re missing multiple teeth, we know how gaps between your teeth can affect your self-confidence and your ability to smile.

Here at Oakdale Dental in Leicester, we offer the broadest range of dental implant and denture services; the most permanent solution for missing teeth. Being a specialist referral centre, we also take on many referrals from other dentists for all oral surgery procedures, including:

O1 / Single tooth replacement
O2 / Multiple teeth replacement
O3 / Full set of teeth replacement
O4 / Implant supported bridges

Dental implants genuinely improve the quality of life for people who lose their teeth. They provide high levels of comfort and improve a patient’s self-confidence. Implants are now routinely used in Leicester, and the UK in general, as they are considered the most permanent and up to date system for restoring both tooth appearance and function.

How We Place Dental Implants

Dental Implants Fitting Stages

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O1 / Placement of implants 

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O2 / After the crowns are fitted

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O3 / Complete within 2 months

Would you like a complimentary consultation?

Would you like
a complimentary
consultation?

O1 / Recieve an accurate cost of your treatment

O2 / Discuss the best treatment options for you

O3 / Learn about our 5-year guarantee on dental implants

O4 / Explore our finance plans to help with treatment fees

O4 / Explore our finance plans to help with treatment fees

O5 / Discuss IV sedation if you are a nervous patient

O6 / Meet our dedicated and committed team

 

At Oakdale Dental can talk through all your options for replacing missing teeth and restoring your confidence and smile.

Call our dedicated patient care team today on 0116 26 27 150

Save £245 on
Dental Implant
treatment today

What Is A
Dental Implant?

Dental implants have been used successfully for over 30 years to replace missing teeth and fixing loose dentures. They are made from pure titanium, and when placed in the jaw the dental implant bonds firmly with the surrounding bone. This can then be used to support a crown or a bridge or dentures. They are essentially made in the shape of a cylindrical or tapered screw of about 3 – 6 mm in diameter and 6 -16 mm in length. Generally they function in a similar way to the roots of natural teeth.

Dental implants can be used to replace:

O1 / a single missing tooth
O2 / multiple missing teeth
O3 / a full replacement of the top jaw, bottom jaw, or both

What are the benefits of having Dental Implants, Leicester?

Being a specialist referral dental practice for oral surgery, Oakdale Dental can help with all your issues related to missing teeth. Restoring missing teeth with dental implants has several advantages over removable dentures and conventional dental bridges.

1. Dental implants are independent, freestanding units. There is no need to cut and damage adjacent healthy natural teeth for use as supports (as in conventional bridges).

2. As dental implants are attached to the bone, they offer greater stability than older methods such as gum mounted dentures.

3. Dental implants are solid, long lasting, and offer a very close look and feel as natural teeth. Like normal teeth, dental implants require care and attention; with maintenance, they are known to last for decades.

4. In some situations when too many teeth are missing it is not possible to place a fixed dental bridge and hence placing two or more implants to support crowns is the only option.

5. When teeth are lost the jaw bone and gums begin to shrink. Placing dental implant supported crowns helps to preserve and protect the jaw bone.

Before & After Dental Implant Treatment

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Our Dental Implant Procedure

Our 5 Stage Process For Tooth Implant Placement

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O1 Complimentary Consultation

Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation With ‘The Smiling Dentist’, Dr Alif Moosajee And Our Patient Care Coordinator – Where you come in for a friendly chat to discuss your dental implant treatment options.

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O2 Treatment Planning And Costings

After examination of the mouth and x-rays, Dr Moosajee, your implant dentist decides upon the type and number of implants required, their sizes, and their exact positions in your mouth. He may also fabricate an implant guide to ensure the best possible positioning of the implants in your mouth.
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O3 Implant Placement

Placing implants in the mouth is a relatively painless procedure, and the majority of the implants are placed using a local anaesthetic.
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O4 Implant Stabilisation Period

The dental implants need time to integrate with the bone before the final crown fitting. An interim replacement tooth can be provided so that you do not have a gap for this time. In most cases crowns may be fitted within three months after placing the implants. In certain situations, it may be completed earlier or delayed for up to six months.
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O5 Placing New Teeth

After the stabilisation period and the gums have healed , the final prosthetic teeth (crowns, bridges or denture) are placed onto the implants. Now it’s time to show off your new smile.

Our Dental Implant Procedure

Our 5 Stage Process For Tooth Implant Placement

Aftercare Of Dental Implants

Following the completion of the dental implant treatment it is very important to look after the implants as well as the rest of your teeth. This usually involves maintaining good oral hygiene by brushing after meals, using dental floss or special brushes for cleaning the small gaps between the teeth and implants. Regular visits to the dentist and the dental hygienist are important in order to maintain the implants as well as the natural teeth in a healthy condition.