Dental Implants

Dental Implant treatment

Welcome to our state of the art Dental Implant Centres. My name is Dr Raj Wadhwani and I am the Clinical Director of Antwerp Implant Dentistry .  Our surgeries offer a bespoke surgical facility for placing dental implants to restore tooth function and smile aesthetics. We offer simple single tooth solutions to comprehensive whole mouth dental reconstructions.

Our three practices in Cambridge, Royston and Linton offer a dental implant facility for residents in Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire. All these practices have their own implant treatment centre and sterilisation rooms with a host of modern surgical tools to provide the very best outcomes in Implant Dentistry. Our practices have been placing dental implants for well over 15 years and are one of the premier providers of this service in East Anglia. Our practices also have sedation facilities to put you to sleep should you need this during your dental implant procedure.

We welcome free no obligation visits with our Treatment Co-ordinators to show you our facilities and meet our friendly happy staff. Our Treatment Co-ordinator can show you examples of past work, and also introduce you to one of our dental implant clients to help you in your decision making. We also have a very clear, transparent pricing structure, with extended payment facilities should you need this.

Dental Implants are an outstanding treatment choice to replace missing teeth and have a proven track record of success when placed in a well maintained mouth in a medically fit patient.

Please take a look at our excellent facilities and review our site for information about your implant care, and click below to receive a free copy of our guide to help you choose your dental implant surgeon, including all the relevant questions to ask.

Alternatively, please phone Antwerp House on 01223 247690 to book your Implant assessment and we would be delighted to advise you on your options.

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Aspects of treatment planning with dental implants.

It is absolutely vital to stabilise gum disease before placing dental implants to avoid immediate infection and failure of the dental implants.

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It is very important to correct decay, broken down teeth and significant tooth wear to stabilise the bite before considering dental implants.

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When you have lost a single tooth, a dental implant is usually the most stable tooth replacement option to restore the bite and appearance and provide physical and psychological comfort.

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It is occasionally desirable to place a dental implant at the same time as tooth extraction to minimise the need for repeat surgery, and to minimise the natural loss of bone.

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When there is a shortage of bone for dental implants, bone "grafting" can be carried out before or during implant placement to provide adequate volume to place your dental implants.

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When removing a tooth and you are considering dental implants, it is sometimes worth placing a "socket graft" to preserve bone volume ahead of dental implant treatment, especially where there is increased chance of bone volume loss such as underneath the sinuses when there has been gum disease.

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When bone is too thin to place a dental implant it is sometimes possible to expand this bone with special tools, and place a temporary implant to hold the expanded bone to new dimensions while it heals.

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A "block" graft, which can be made with mineral biomaterials from a jaw scan or "harvested" bone from the patient is used to fill a localised volume deficiency of bone to enable an implant to be placed.

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A sinus graft is a bone graft that is placed just under the sinus when there is a shortage of bone for implants in the upper jaw.

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When you have lost several teeth, the most natural fixed tooth replacement option to avoid dentures is a dental implant bridge.

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If you are struggling with loose dentures, then you can fix these in position by using dental implants and an "over-denture" for the whole jaw.

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If you are struggling with costs and wish to explore an economical implant based solution for a whole jaw, even in narrow bone, then mini-dental implants could be the solution for you.

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When you have lost all of the teeth in one of your jaws and you are seeking a full mouth bridge to provide improved quality of life for better chewing comfort and appearance, a "spark erosion" bridge is an outstanding solution, even when there is limited bone.

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The "All-on-4" technique aims to provide a full functional dentition for a single jaw in one day. The technique has proven success and can instantly transform your appearance and quality of life in one day,

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Guided Surgery is sometimes needed when space is tight and vital structures are in close proximity to implant placement.

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Platelet Rich Growth Factor is harvested from the patient's own blood to form a concentrated blood clot with increased healing potential and is used in certain implant applications to enhance the treatment outcome.

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Distraction Osteogenesis is a useful technique, particularly for the lower jaw to enable a gradual expansion of bone using a surgically fixed bone expander.

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Interest Free finance options can be offered to help you spread the cost of payment for your dental implant treatment.

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