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Multiple Dental implants

Multiple Dental Implants in Tunbridge Wells and Brighton & Hove

Diagram showing how multiple dental implants work

Multiple dental implants are applied the same way as single dental implants. If you are missing a number of adjacent teeth, they may either be replaced with individual implants (one for each missing tooth), or by joining two or more implants together.

If you have two or more consecutive missing or damaged teeth, an implant bridge may be an excellent solution. With this option, a customised dental bridge is help in place by at least two dental implants, making it much more secure than traditional bridges that are supported by natural teeth. You can upload a photo and get a customised video back from our dentist going over your options.

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Multiple Dental Implants Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are dental implants?

    Dental implants are artificial teeth that can replace single, multiple or all missing teeth. They’re made from a titanium root part and a ceramic crown part. Because the implants fuse to your jawbone, they provide great support for replacement teeth.

  2. How do dental implants work?

    The tooth implants are placed in two parts, with the root inserted first. Over time, as it heals, it ‘fuses’ with the underlying jaw bone. This provides a firm anchor point for the new tooth, which makes it strong and successful.

  3. How long do dental implants last?

    They could last a lifetime, but this depends on the patient caring for their teeth correctly and attending regular dental check-ups. Dental implants require the same level of care and attention as your natural teeth.

  4. What happens during a dental implant procedure?

    First, an anaesthetic is used to numb the area. Next, a small incision is made in the gum. Finally, the root implant is screwed into place. Once healed, the crown is fitted.

  5. Can dental implants fail?

    Tooth implants are highly successful in 98% of cases. A dental implant is strong and sturdy, so it both looks and acts the part. As long as you take good care of them, dental implants are safe, and can even have an overall improvement to your oral health.

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    “5 stars from start to finish! I had both a tooth extraction and an implant placed and the whole experience was made to be as stress and pain free as possible. Delighted with the results and couldn’t ask for better treatment.”

    Rachel Venter

    “A regular patient I have always received great care and I believe good value. Currently part way through implant treatment I was initially a little daunted but have been really impressed with the care and treatment I have received.”

    Chris Wicks

    “I have been using this dental practice for 3 years now (formerly iTeeth). Karen the receptionist is very friendly and I have always received excellent treatment from dentist Sally Atkinson and hygienists Marcella and Theresa. The surgery has recently undergone a makeover and the reception area offers a very calming and relaxing place to wait. Very highly recommended”

    Linda Waters

    “I’ve been with Sally for many years and have always received excellent, professional care. I recently had a long phone conversation with Peter about a dental implant and was very impressed by the depth of information I received. I should mention that in the end he advised that I don’t have the treatment yet but adopt a watch and wait approach – so good not to be pressured into unnecessary treatment! I could not recommend the practice highly enough.”

    Yvonne Miles

    “I recently had an implant and would highly recommend The Town House dental practice. Peter and his team made me feel relaxed about the whole procedure. Discussing all options at great length, and was given a very good detailed Implant Treatment Plan information sheets for me to read at home. From tooth extraction to being fitted with temporary bridge I was in no pain. I needed bone substitute due to lack of insufficient bone for my Implant so the procedure required a little longer healing period, but with the temporary bridge in place this was not a problem for me. I am very pleased with my implant Peter takes great pride in his work the match was amazing. My thanks again to Peter and his team.”

    Jean Nightingale

    “I must say I have just finished my treatment for an implant in the front upper jaw, what an amazing colour match to my other teeth thank you. The team treated me first class informing me very step of the way. I had no pain was put at ease from the beginning. I would highly recommend The Townhouse Dental Practice.”