Single Tooth Implant Procedures

Teeth are designed to last a lifetime. However, life happens, with people losing their teeth due to a range of factors such as dental trauma, tooth decay and gum disease.

In such instances, replacing missing teeth is essential, because not only is your oral functionality compromised, but the resulting gaps can cause adjacent teeth to crowd, tip or fall out as well, leading to a range of health-related problems.

The Negative Effects of a Missing Tooth

Replace Missing Teeth With Dental Implants

We offer numerous treatments at Marylebone Implant Centre to help deal with singular tooth damage or loss.

When a patient has a failing or missing tooth, following consultation and proper assessment of the CT scan, we may be able to remove the tooth and immediately place a dental implant. In doing such, a temporary crown can be fixed.

Often, in other instances, the affected tooth needs be removed and healed over before the implant is placed. Some patients may also require a bone graft. Though whatever your condition, our implantologists will always listen to you, learn of your expectations and discuss the best plan of action to ensure your absolute comfort throughout the treatment process.

All of our clinicians are registered with the GDC, while our treatment is all approved under BDA, GDC and UK standard guidelines.

There are a variety of reasons as to why tooth replacement may be required, including:

  • Whether you start feeling self-conscious about your teeth and start to miss your favourite foods which have become uncomfortable to eat, or you begin experiencing physical effects such as muscle strains and headaches, a single missing tooth can add unwanted complications to your everyday life.
  • The extent of these issues are largely dependent on your existing oral health, and how much of a tooth has actually been lost.

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