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Dental Implants & Advanced Restorative Care

Dental implants to replace missing teeth at Abbey Road Dental in St John's Wood NW8

Dental Implants

Dental Implant

Implants are the gold standard in replacing missing teeth, providing fixed and stable teeth that give a more natural smile, bite and speech.

Implants can be used to fill gaps in the teeth, support replacement teeth or provide a permanent alternative to dentures.

Dental Implant

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11 Things Everyone Should Know about Replacing Missing Teeth

Do you struggle to eat, smile or chew with confidence?

Perhaps you just want a perfect smile again?

Find out what all of your options are, the costs, the benefits and compare each treatment solution against another.

Plus, find out about how long various treatments last, could you be a candidate for'teeth-in-a-day' and replacing teeth with 'sticky bridges'.

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Implant Options

Single Tooth

If you're missing a single tooth, a single tooth implant can give you a natural-looking, fully functional replacement

Bridges

Bridges replace missing teeth. An implant avoids damaging healthy, adjoining teeth by directly anchoring the replacements

Dentures

Implants can be used to help support dentures, providing stability and improving function, comfort and appearance

All-On-4®

All on 4 is perfect if you have lost all, or most, of your teeth. Beautiful, stable teeth are permanently fixed in place

The combined skills of David Bloom and Guy McLellan have given me the teeth and smile I have always dreamed of. I am no longer self conscious about my mouth and only too happy to show my natural looking smile and lovely teeth.
Mrs A.S.

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