Implants are durable, long-lasting, improve oral health in the long-term and are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. They look and behave in exactly the same way as real teeth.In order to replace missing tooth, a thin, metal rod (most often made from titanium) which acts an artificial tooth root is placed in the jaw bone. This forms an attachment for the replacement tooth. A dental implant is a small but strong post made from biocompatible metals or ceramics. Under local anesthetic, it is inserted into the jaw bone in place of the missing tooth root and acts as a support for the tooth.
Implants are a fixed alternative to removable dentures.
You can use implants to replace just a single tooth or several teeth. To fit an implant, titanium screws are drilled into the jaw bone to support a crown, bridge or denture.
Replacement parts take time to prepare. This is to ensure that they fit your mouth and other teeth properly. Therefore, they may not be available on your first visit to the dentist.Implants are usually only available privately. They’re sometimes available on the NHS for patients who can’t wear dentures as the loss of teeth has caused the mouth to shrink so that it can no longer support dentures or whose face and teeth have been damaged, such as people who’ve had mouth cancer or an accident that’s knocked a tooth out.
Teeth straightening (Braces)
Braces (orthodontic treatment) straighten or move teeth to improve the appearance of the teeth. Braces are available on the NHS for children which are referred and, occasionally, for adults, depending on the clinical need.We do have short term orthodontics ( 6 month smile, quick straight teeth, C-Fast ) for adults not covered under NHS for aligning teeth to improve smile and function of teeth. Cost starting from £1200.
There are various reason which makes our faces prone to show the visible effects of time as we get older. Various factors such as simply laughing and frowning, to sun damage or smoking, can lead to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and sagging of face. Many of our anti-ageing treatments by injection aim to smooth out the skin and soften wrinkles. The results are a smoother, more youthful beautiful looking appearance leading to greater self-esteem and self-confidence.Our anti-wrinkle treatment by injection includes
Botulinum toxins :- cost starting from £120 (1 Area), £160 (2 Areas)n £220(3 Areas) forehead , frown lines , crow’s feet.Chin, upper lip, bunnylines- £75 each Areas
Dermal Fillers costs starting from £220 for 1 ml. Derma Fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, which occurs in the skin naturally, there is no need for a pre-treatment allergy test. area can be improved are lips , cheeks , folds around lips and nose.
Veneers are new facings for teeth which disguise a discoloured (rather than a damaged) teeth to improve aesthetics and improves your confidence to smile. To fit a veneer, the front of the tooth is drilled away a little. An impression is taken, and a thin layer of porcelain ( indirect ) or composite (direct, less invasive) is fitted over the front of the tooth (similar to how a false fingernail is applied).Veneers are generally only available privately unless you can show a clinical need for them.
Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures as it improves how your teeth look with lightening the existing colour by several shades.
Standard teeth whitening involves several visits to the dentist plus sessions at home wearing a mouthguard containing bleaching gel. The whole process takes a couple of months. A newer procedure called laser whitening or power whitening is done at the dentist’s surgery and takes about an hour.Teeth whitening is cosmetic and therefore generally only available privately.