Private Dentist London
8F Gilbert Place, London WC1A 2JD
Holborn / Bloomsbury, Camden
Book Online

Tooth Replacement

There are many ways to replace teeth. Some of them require oral surgery, some of them a mere fitting and some dental prostheses. Dental implants are the only way to replace all of the parts of the teeth and to prevent tooth loss as a condition, but many other tooth replacement methods exist, and all of them will restore the appearance and the function of a full head of teeth.

Teeth Replacement in Holborn Camden London, W1

Your mouth can only work properly if all of the elements of a mouth are in place. If you have a tooth missing, you must get it replaced to stop further damages from occurring. A missing tooth can cause further complications, among them losing more teeth, back and neck pain, aching of the jaw, pains, indigestion, and speech impediments. There is also a social stigma with having gaps in your teeth, so your confidence and social standing may also plummet if you have a missing tooth. Here are the ways you can replace missing teeth:

All-on-4 Dental Implants

Dental implantation treatment with All-on-4® (Same-day teeth) 2
The procedure is easy, painless (implants inserted under local anaesthetic), and safe for your health. On the day of the surgery, all four implants are inserted in the morning. Our technician will work hard to get your teeth done, and within a few hours, you will leave with your brand new smile.
Read More

Dental Implants

Dental implants consist of a dental implant that goes into the jaw, an abutment, and a crown. It is essentially an artificial tooth root,  the only method of tooth replacement that will stop more teeth from going missing because it replaces all of the parts of the teeth, thereby preventing the disintegration of the alveolus.
Read More

Dental Crowns

A dental crown replaces the tooth's visible portion, thereby giving back chewing function and can help with speech impediments. However, it is powerless to stop tooth loss from worsening and more teeth missing because it does not replace the tooth roots.
Read More

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are a row of crowns meant to replace one or more teeth missing in a row. Bridges are not just aesthetic: they are needed for regular chewing functions; otherwise, you may start to experience damage to your jaw. 
Read More


Dentures are for when there are no or hardly any teeth on an entire row. Dentures can come in removable or fixed kinds and can be stabilised using dental implants or can be adhered to or use the force of suction to stay in place. The dentist will take your dental impression and get the dentures fitted. You will have to go back regularly to get them refitted.
Read More

Implant Supported Denture

Due to their stability and durability, only four implants are enough to support an entire denture, so even if you have lost most of your teeth, you can still benefit from the advantages of dental implants with an implant-supported denture. An implant-supported denture can give you back the ability to chew and smile like you would with your natural teeth.
Read More

Sinus Lift

In a rare oral surgical procedure, sinus lifts are performed only on the upper jaw and the teeth near the sinus cavity. If a tooth has been missing for a long time, the tissue between the sinuses and the oral cavity will become thinner and unable to house a dental implant. The dental implants may poke out into the sinus cavity in these cases. This result is unhealthy and potentially dangerous, leading to a higher risk of infections. This is where a sinus lift comes in.
Read More

Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting
Sometimes there is not enough bone material in your jaw to have a dental implant; in these cases, a bone graft is necessary. After losing a tooth, the alveolus disintegrates slowly over time, and the jaw's bone density drops dramatically; if you want to replace the tooth, you will have to bone graft. This invasive but necessary surgery requires an X-ray and a preliminary hygiene session.
Read More

Tooth Replacement Before and After

Are you considering getting a dental implant to replace missing or broken teeth? Look into our testimonials and dental case studies, in which we provide information about some more severe dental procedures given to our patients. Patient satisfaction is the best way to evaluate our dedicated team providing high-quality service.
Tooth replacement maryland bridge front teeth Peter beforeFront teeth replaced with maryland bridge Peter after

Name: Peter
Age: 48
Treatment: Maryland Bridge

Peter experienced missing teeth for years. One day he came to our clinic, and after a short consultation, our dentist improved his life. He put in the teeth, and since then, Peter has been proud of his confident smile.
Missing teeth porcelain bridge Maria beforeReplaced teeth porcelain bridge Maria after

Name: Maria
Age: 75
Treatment: Metal Porcelain Bridge

Maria was frustrated that she could not eat chewy meats, so she decided to replace her tooth. Nowadays, she is happy that she can order anything from the menu.

Name: Agapi
Age: 45
Treatment: Dental Implant

Teeth are essential for a beautiful smile. This can be solved either with a dental implant or with a bridge. In case you wonder which is better, you should consult our treatment coordinator staff and book a consultation, but in this photo, you can see how a crown solution looks in the end.
Teeth replacement Irene beforeDental implants treatment Irene after

Name: Irene
Age: 35
Treatment: Dental Implant

Irene had numerous dental problems, including missing teeth, bad oral hygiene status, and much more. She had about 14 sessions with us in about a year and could say in the end, her smile changed as it used to be many years before. Our favorite quote from her was: " Having an implant with you was better than a simple extraction with the NHS."
© Copyright 2024 Forest & Ray Ltd. - All Rights Reserved
Chrysalis Finance Logo
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram