Dental Implants RG12

Last medically reviewed by : August 24, 2021

If you have made the commitment to get veneers, it is understandable you will want to keep them in the best possible.

Immediate and Strong Implants: Trusted for Our Patient Care

We are well-known in the Bracknell Forest area as one of the most reliable corrective providers of implants in Berkshire.

Perceived as restorative and reconstructive experts in our industry, we are often in high demand as we are trusted for our skills and techniques.

For example, Dr Sam Jethwa, owner and head of the Bespoke Smile is widely recognised for his smile design techniques. Working closely with Dr Gurs Sehmi, who has placed hundreds of implants means together they are at the forefront of restorative dentistry. 

Had a wonderful experience! Very helpful and friendly team. Made to feel at ease highly recommend a visit!” – Krunal K, Warfield

We go the extra mile to strengthen the underlying oral foundation to keep our patient’s mouths healthier for longer as well as restoring and enhancing aesthetics.

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Why do so many patients get dental implants?

award-winning dentists and dental practiceImplant treatments include single implants, multiple implants and All-on-Four/All-on-Six (teeth in a day).

Dental implants are intended to replace broken, lost or decayed teeth and are often a preferred choice for patients who pass on alternative treatments like bridgework or dentures.

Dental implants have the capability to drastically change your life, repair oral functions and improve your appearance.

Benefits include:

  • They are permanent and long-lasting
  • Stable and durable
  • Mimic natural teeth
  • Returns speech and ease of chewing
  • Much more convenient alternative to dentures
  • Encourage good oral health

There are some negative outcomes of not restoring your oral structure and foundation when losing a tooth.

Further tooth loss and insufficient bone are often seen in patients who have neglected the gaps in their mouth for some time. 

Implant surgery procedure

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Unlike teeth in a day, the dental implant process is not a success overnight. Treatment occurs over a few months, which is necessary to allow them to heal and fuse with the bone. 

The procedure will involve three stages that every patient will be required to go through.

These include:

  • Additional or pre-surgical treatments
  • The implant placement surgery
  • Osseointegration & recovery process                

What nervous patients can expect

Sedation is only required for patients who are very sensitive or worried.

The overall implant procedure is carried out in our dental surgery under local anaesthetic. Many patients describe it to be painless with only some mild discomfort around the gums afterwards.

Surgery steps:

  1. Placing the implant
  2. Attaching the abutment
  3. Fitting the crown

Maintaining and caring for your implant

During your implant restoration process, you may experience slight swelling or bruising.

This is completely natural and can be reduced by over the counter medications.

The discomfort should not last longer than a few days and patients are authorised to return to work the day after.

Taking care of your implant for life will require no specialised care.

All you will need to do to ensure its stability is to clean it you would your normal, regular teeth through routined brushing, flossing and hygiene check-ups.

Learn more about maintenance and aftercare here.

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Directions from Bracknell

We are happy to accept both new and existing patients from Bracknell (RG12 postcodes) to undergo the dental implant procedure.

Patients residing in nearby areas like Warfield, Ascot and Wokingham are also welcome.

Driving to our practice in Marlow via the A404 or A330 will typically take you 26-minutes, free parking is available for patients.

Also accessible by train, we are a short walk from the train station for patients accessing our services via public transport. Trains to Spittal Street can take over an hour.

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