Dental implants are a viable option for patients who have lost a few or all of their teeth. Unlike other tooth replacement options such as dentures and bridges, dental implants have the ability to fuse with the jawbone, creating a permanent foundation for replacement teeth.
At All Smiles Dental, we offer a number of implant solutions, designed not just to restore your smile, but also full functionality to your jaw. Osstell dental implants in Bromley can replace anything from one to all of your natural teeth effectively and with minimal pain. Our mission is to provide the best in implant dentistry by using the latest technology and materials.
Dr Ashish Deved
Our lead implant dentist, Dr Deved, qualified from Guys Hospital in 1994 and shortly after gained membership to the faculty of dental surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons. Dr Deved has completed many hospital appointment over the years and he is committed to post-graduate education, having completed several degrees in cosmetic and implant dentistry. He is passionate about dentistry and transforming patient’s lives through dental implants.
How dental implants work
While removable dentures and bridges simply replace only the crowns of the teeth, dental implants are actual replacements for the roots of the teeth. Dental implants are small, screw-shaped titanium posts surgically placed in direct contact with your jawbone in order to support replacement teeth such as crowns, dentures or bridges.
As well as holding your new teeth firmly into place, dental implants will also prevent the jawbone from deteriorating. This is because titanium is compatible with bone tissue, therefore, dental implants are fully integrated into the jawbone, becoming part of the mouth.
Dental implants in Bromley
There are a number of dental implant solutions available from our dental practice. During your consultation appointment, one of our experienced dentists will carry out a thorough clinical examination, using CT scans and x-rays. This way you will know how many dental implants you require in total.
In most cases, patients who have lost most of their teeth do not need as many dental implants as teeth. This is because dental implants can also support dentures or bridges.