What is a dental implant?
Dental implants are replacement roots usually made of titanium which integrate with your jaw bone. To this is attached the visible part of the tooth or the crown. Because the implants bond with the bone, it is the strongest and most long-lasting method of tooth replacement.
Dental implants are considered the best and most predictable permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. By using dental implants, gaps due to missing teeth are closed up; the ability to enjoy all food returns and the appearance of the mouth and smile is greatly improved.
We offer comfortable treatment by providing the most up-to-date technology, and highly researched implant systems.
Smile Line offers a range of dental implant services
Single Tooth Dental Implant
Single tooth replacement treatment is usually suitable when a tooth is missing already or it is damaged/weak and needs to be removed. It is the best way to replace a missing tooth. The new tooth is carefully and skillfully crafted to match neighbouring teeth for a completely natural appearance.
Multiple Teeth Dental Implant
Dental implants are a great way to replace several missing teeth, whether they are individual teeth or missing in a row. They can be used to support crowns, stabilise dentures or support dental bridges.
Same-day Dental Implants
Same-day implants are a cutting edge treatment option, resulting in fully functional teeth in a single day. A great permanent solution for getting rid of loose dentures, minimal treatment time, minimal appointments, can be more cost-effective, teeth are removed and you can leave with a new smile. We provide all kinds of implants such as all on 4, full upper, no bone and full mouth.
Implant Retained Dentures
Dental implants and implant dentures can be used as anchors to stabilise dentures to stop them from moving around in the mouth. This makes them feel more solid and removes the issue of dentures becoming loose and painful over time, and takes away the fear of them ever falling or moving when you are talking or eating.
Custom Treatment Planning
The process starts with an initial complimentary consultation to learn about the treatment options available, followed by an in-depth clinical assessment. This clinical assessment includes taking clinical photographs, radiographs (X-rays), CT Scan (if required to assess bone), full mouth, gum, and bone health check. After this, a bespoke treatment plan is created, and the best type of dental implant and size is selected. A full treatment plan is created, outlining the treatment stages.