Replace Missing Teeth – Why?

At Marylebone Implant Centre we have a wealth of experience when it comes to replacing missing teeth. Many people often struggle knowing what to do when they are missing a tooth, but our implants can offer a great solution to this problem. A common misconception around missing teeth is that replacing them is all about…

What happens when a tooth is missing?

If you’re missing a tooth or more, you may find that there are other things you miss. You may miss your natural smile. You may miss the ability to chew apples, crackers and other food you desire. Maybe you feel self-conscious about your teeth and mouth, or discomfort as remaining teeth shift. And perhaps you’ve…

What are dental implants? How do they work?

A dental implant is an artificial root replacement that is used to support one or more false teeth. Usually, tooth implants replace missing tooth, which have been removed due to injury, disease or decay. It is usually more comfortable than a dental plate or crown which is why implants are becoming very popular. Implants can…

Dental Implant Bridge

What Is An Implant Bridge? A dental implant bridge is a fantastic alternative to a standard dental bridge; the latter is typically supported by natural teeth, whereas a dental implant bridge is supported by implants placed in the jawbone. This is an ideal procedure for patients who don’t have enough remaining natural teeth to support…

Sinus Lift

What A Sinus Lift Procedure? The sinus lift procedure is a form of surgery, also known as a sinus augmentation, which looks to add additional bone to the upper jaw. The surgery involves adding bone between your maxillary sinuses and the upper jaw, near to your molars and premolars. The sinus membrane is ‘lifted’, and…

Sinus Lift with Implant Placement

Sometimes, when a sinus lift is required in order to have some dental implants placed but there is enough residual bone in the area of the maxillary sinus, the sinus lift can be combined with the immediate placement of the dental implants. This will significantly reduce the time of the treatment.

Bone Grafting

For dental implants to be successful, the jawbone must have enough bone to support them. Tooth loss often leads to more loss of bone. The tooth loss may be caused by periodontal (gum) disease, dental caries (cavities) and infection, injury or trauma, or a developmental defect. If the bone under your gum is not tall…

Socket Preservation

Book now Contact us more treatments Confused on which treatment is best for you? Click HERE to take our Online Assessment. get answers now! Socket Preservation is a procedure in which graft material or scaffold is placed in the socket of an extracted tooth at the time of extraction to preserve the alveolar ridge. After…