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All-on-4® and all-on-6®

All-on-4® and all-on-6®

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Fixed Dentures and removable

Fixed Dentures and removable

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Flapless technique

Flapless technique

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Subperiosteal Implantology

Subperiosteal Implantology

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Sinus lift

Sinus lift

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Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic Implants

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Computer guided surgery

Computer guided surgery

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Anxious Patients

Anxious Patients

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Same-day dental implants in Bromley

Same-day dental implants, also known as immediate loading dental implants, offer a revolutionary solution for patients seeking quick and efficient tooth replacement. This advanced technique allows for the placement of dental implants and the attachment of replacement teeth or dental prosthesis on the very same day as the implant surgery. With same-day dental implants, patients can leave the dental office with fully functional temporary teeth, experiencing minimal downtime and enjoying the benefits of a restored smile immediately. However, not all patients may be suitable candidates for same-day dental implants, as the success of the procedure depends on various factors. If you're considering same-day dental implants, our experienced team will conduct a comprehensive evaluation and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan to ensure the best possible results for your dental restoration.

Same-day dental implants are safe when performed by a skilled and experienced dental professional. However, not all patients may be suitable candidates for immediate implant placement. The safety and success of the procedure depend on various factors, including the patient's overall oral health, the quality and quantity of the jawbone, and the location of the missing tooth. 

We will carefully evaluate your specific case to determine if same-day dental implants are a safe and appropriate option for you.

The cost of same-day dental implants can vary depending on several factors, such as the type of dental implant used, the complexity of the case, and any additional treatments required. 

To get an accurate cost estimate, it's essential to consult with us to evaluate your specific needs and provide a personalised treatment plan.

Not all patients are eligible for same-day dental implants. The suitability for immediate implant placement depends on factors such as overall oral health, bone density and quality at the implant site, and the location of the missing tooth.

Generally, patients with good oral health, adequate bone support, and minimal risk of complications are more likely to be eligible for same-day dental implants. However, every patient is unique, and a thorough evaluation by a qualified dentist is necessary to determine if same-day dental implants are the right choice for your specific dental restoration needs.

— All-on-4® and all-on-6®

All-on-4® dental implants and all-on-6®

All-on-4® and All-on-6® are dental implant-supported full-arch restorations used to replace a complete set of upper or lower teeth. Both procedures are innovative solutions for individuals who have lost most or all of their teeth and are seeking a fixed, stable, and natural-looking replacement. Both procedures offer significant advantages over traditional dentures, as they provide a permanent and reliable solution for patients with extensive tooth loss. With these full-arch restorations, individuals can enjoy the confidence of a fixed, beautiful smile and the ability to eat and speak comfortably without the inconvenience of removable dentures. The suitability of either technique depends on individual factors, and a thorough evaluation by a qualified dentist or oral surgeon is necessary to determine the best treatment plan for each patient.

This technique involves placing four dental implants strategically in the jawbone to support a complete arch of teeth. The implants are positioned in a way that maximises the use of available bone, reducing the need for bone grafting in many cases. Once the implants are securely in place, a full set of prosthetic teeth is attached to the implants, providing the patient with a functional and aesthetic smile.

Similar to All-on-4, All-on-6® uses dental implants to support a full set of teeth. However, in this method, six implants are placed in the jawbone to provide additional stability and support. All-on-6 is often recommended for patients with compromised bone density or those who require extra support for the dental restoration.

Fixed Dentures

Fixed dentures, also known as implant-supported fixed dentures, are a popular and effective dental restoration option for individuals with missing teeth. These dentures are securely anchored to dental implants that are surgically placed in the jawbone. The dental implants provide a stable foundation for the fixed dentures, ensuring they stay in place while eating, speaking, and smiling. Fixed dentures offer superior comfort, functionality, and aesthetics compared to traditional removable dentures. They provide a natural-looking smile and allow patients to enjoy their favourite foods without the worry of dentures slipping or shifting

Removable dentures

Removable dentures, on the other hand, are a traditional and affordable tooth replacement option for individuals who have lost multiple or all of their teeth. These dentures are designed to be taken out and put back in the mouth as needed. Removable dentures rest on the gums and rely on suction or adhesives to stay in place. While removable dentures can restore some level of oral function and appearance, they may not offer the same level of stability and comfort as fixed dentures. Regular maintenance and adjustments are essential to ensure a proper fit and to avoid any discomfort or sore spots.

— Flapless technique

Flapless technique: no cutting and no stitches

The flapless technique is an innovative approach used in dental implant placement.

Unlike traditional implant surgery, where a flap of gum tissue is raised to expose the jawbone and allow for implant insertion, the flapless technique involves a minimally invasive procedure.

In this method, the dental implants are placed directly through the gum tissue without the need for incisions and sutures.

The flapless technique offers several advantages, including:

  • Reduced postoperative discomfort.
  • Faster healing times.
  • Less risk of complications.

It is a well-established and effective approach for qualified candidates, promoting a more streamlined and comfortable dental implant experience.

— Subperiosteal Implantology

Subperiosteal Implants in Bromley

Subperiosteal Implantology is a specialised technique in dental implantology that involves placing implants beneath the periosteum, which is the membrane covering the bone. Unlike traditional endosteal implants that are inserted directly into the jawbone, subperiosteal implants are custom-made to fit on top of the bone and under the periosteum

This method is typically used when a patient has insufficient bone density to support conventional implants. Subperiosteal implants provide a viable alternative, offering stability and support for dental prosthetics, such as dentures or bridges. 

The procedure involves a detailed imaging and planning process to create accurate and customised implants that suit the patient’s individual needs, ensuring optimal functional and aesthetic outcomes.

— Sinus lift

Sinus lift in Bromley

Sinus lift, also known as sinus augmentation, is a common surgical procedure in implant dentistry. It is used when a patient’s upper jaw lacks sufficient bone height to support dental implants, particularly in the posterior region where the maxillary sinus is located. 

During the procedure, the sinus membrane is gently lifted, and bone graft material is inserted between the sinus floor and the upper jawbone. This helps to stimulate bone growth, creating a stable foundation for the placement of dental implants.

Sinus lifts have proven to be a successful and reliable technique, enabling patients with inadequate bone height to undergo dental implant treatment and achieve long-term success.

— Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic Implants in Bromley

Zygomatic Implantology is an advanced approach in dental implantology that addresses severe bone loss in the upper jaw. When a patient has insufficient bone density in the maxilla (upper jaw) to support traditional dental implants or sinus lift is not feasible, zygomatic implants offer a viable alternative.

These implants are anchored in the dense zygomatic (cheekbone) area, providing excellent stability and support for dental prosthetics. Zygomatic implantology is a complex and specialised procedure that requires the expertise of experienced oral surgeons or implantologists. 

With the use of zygomatic implants, patients with significant bone loss can still benefit from fixed dental restorations and enjoy improved oral function and aesthetics.

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— Computer guided surgery

Computer guided surgery

Computer-guided surgery, also known as computer-assisted surgery or digital implant planning, is an innovative technique that enhances precision and predictability in dental implant procedures. 

This advanced technology involves the use of 3D imaging, virtual treatment planning software, and computer-guided surgical instruments to carefully plan and execute implant placement. With computer-guided surgery, dentists can visualise the patient’s unique anatomy in great detail, ensuring accurate implant positioning and minimising potential complications.  The process begins with a comprehensive virtual assessment, allowing for precise implant selection, placement, and angulation. 

Computer-guided surgery offers numerous benefits, including:

  • reduced surgery time, 
  • improved surgical outcomes, 
  • enhanced patient safety and satisfaction. 

It is an increasingly popular and valuable tool in modern implant dentistry.

— Anxious Patients

Dental anxiety? Our solutions for anxious patients

At Premier Dental Clinic, we understand that dental anxiety can be a significant barrier for some patients to receive the dental care they need. That’s why we offer two specialised services dedicated to providing a comfortable and stress-free experience for our anxious patients: intravenous conscious sedation.

Intravenous conscious sedation is a type of sedation used in medical and dental procedures to induce a state of relaxation and reduce anxiety while the patient remains conscious and responsive. The sedative medications are administered intravenously, allowing for a quick and precise control of the sedation level.

During conscious sedation endovenous, the patient will be in a state of deep relaxation, making them feel comfortable and calm throughout the procedure.

This form of sedation is commonly used in various medical and dental settings, including:

  • oral surgeries, 
  • implant placements, 
  • wisdom teeth extractions,  other procedures that may cause discomfort or anxiety.

Laughing gas conscious sedation is a popular and safe method used to help patients relax and reduce anxiety during dental procedures or minor medical interventions. Nitrous oxide is a colourless and odourless gas that is administered through a small mask placed over the patient's nose. It is called "laughing gas" because it can induce feelings of euphoria and relaxation in some patients.

During conscious sedation with gas, the patient remains conscious and responsive, maintaining their natural reflexes and ability to communicate with the dental or medical team. The nitrous oxide gas helps to create a sense of calmness and comfort, making the patient feel more at ease during the procedure. It is particularly beneficial for patients who experience dental phobia, have a fear of needles, or feel anxious about medical interventions.

One of the key advantages of conscious sedation with gas is its rapid onset and offset of action. The effects of nitrous oxide are felt within minutes of administration, and once the gas supply is stopped, the patient quickly returns to a normal state without any lingering effects. This allows for a fast and smooth recovery, and patients can usually resume their daily activities immediately after the procedure.

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