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Best Dental Implants specialists in London, UK 2021 | Doctify

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The Halo, Block D 3 Warton Road Stratford, London, United Kingdom, E15 2GD - 5.56 miles
Dentaprime F3T - 5.56 miles
The Halo, Block D 3 Warton Road Stratford, London, United Kingdom, E15 2GD
Dental Implants, Bridges, Cosmetic Dentistry, Oral Surgery + 6 more

Dr Elena Tuma is currently the Principal Dentist and Clinical Director at Dentaprime F3T in Stratford, London. She is a confident healthcare professional, who has experience in a full range of dentistry treatments including both surgical and non-surgical procedures. 

Dr Tuma has a long track record of successfully diagnosing and treating dental conditions to help her patients maintain excellent oral health.  She ensures that her dental practices are continuously updated to provide the highest standard of care for patients and their families. 

Her main focus is implantology and especially Teeth in a Day (also called All-on-4 or All-on-6) treatment.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Full mouth reconstructions
    • Dental implants
    • Teeth replacement
  • Fixed Teeth in a Day implant treatment 
  • All-on-4/ All-on-6
  • Bar-retained prosthodontics
  • Frame partial denture
  • Crowns and Bridgework
  • Sinus lift
  • Nasal floor elevation
  • Bone augmentation


  • Surgical dentistry
  • Non-surgical dentistry
  • Prosthetic treatments
  • Dental aesthetics

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Dr. Sara Amini - Dental Implants Specialist
15 Hogarth Place, London, United Kingdom, SW5 0QT - 2.95 miles
Predent Dental Clinic - 2.95 miles
15 Hogarth Place, London, United Kingdom, SW5 0QT
19 years of experience
Dental Implants, Composite Filling, Crowns, Teeth Straightening + 51 more

Dr Sara Amini has been a dentist for over 18 years, carrying out most general dentistry treatments but her main interest is in cosmetic and conservative dentistry, such as smile makeover, teeth straightening with clear aligners (Invisalign or white braces) and dental implants.

Dr Sara Amini graduated from dental school in 2002, training in cosmetic and restorative dentistry for a further three years in full time postgraduate study, and also completing a one year programme on advanced dental implantology, as well as a year course implant fellowship. Dr Amini remains a regular attendee at seminars and courses to keep herself up to date with the latest treatments.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Composite (White Filling)
  • Smile Makeover
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Adult Braces
  • Braces
  • Invisible Braces
  • Invisalign 
  • Sleeping apnea devices
  • Teeth Straightening
  • Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Veneers
  • Root canal treatment 
  • Re-root canal treatment 
  • Sedation
  • Gum surgery 
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Orthodontics
  • Periodontics
  • Prosthodontics
  • Conservative Dentistry
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13A Ravenna Rd, Putney, London, United Kingdom, SW15 6AW - 5.08 miles
Century Dental Clinic Putney - 5.08 miles
13A Ravenna Rd, Putney, London, United Kingdom, SW15 6AW
Dental Implants, Crowns, Veneers, Bridges + 2 more

Dr Stephen Salt is a specialist in Prosthodontics and currently the Prosthodontist in the Maxillofacial department at Northwick Park Hospital and the principal of Century Dental Clinic, which he established in 2007.

As a registered specialist in Prosthodontics, Dr Salt has established an excellent reputation for handling complex dentistry involving crown and bridgework, dentures and dental implants. He is able to treat cases of missing teeth, extensive tooth wear, bite problems and cosmetic dentistry.

Dr Salt graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand (‘Wits’) in 1991. After working as a dentist in the South African Defence Forces for a year and for the NHS in the UK from 1992-1993, he returned to Wits for a further 3 years to specialise as a Prosthodontist.

Dr Salt was a specialist clinical teacher at Guy’s and St Thomas’ School of Dentistry for 8 years. He was also the restorative lead at the Tatum Institute and taught dentists how to plan and provide implant dentistry for their own patients. 


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Veneers
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Re-treatment of failing dentistry
  • Dentures (False Teeth)
  • Complete and partial dentures
  • Tooth wear
  • Aesthetic dentistry
  • Prosthodontics
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Dr Nihir Shah - Dental Implants Specialist
21 Stag Lane, Burnt Oak, Edgware, United Kingdom, HA8 5LE - 8.78 miles
Stag Lane Dental - 8.78 miles
21 Stag Lane, Burnt Oak, Edgware, United Kingdom, HA8 5LE
Dental Implants, Scale & Polish, Oral Surgery, Teeth Cleaning + 12 more

Dr Nihir Shah is a Dentist who qualified from Kings College London in 1992. In 1996, he was awarded the Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1996.

Shah worked at the Northwick Park Hospital until 2005 within the Oral & Maxillofacial Unit at Northwick Park Hospital. 

In 2008, Shah acquired the Stag Lane Dental Centre.

Nihir Shah specialises in oral surgery. He performs dental implants and also teaches about performing dental implants.

Shah is a member of the UK National Association of Dental Implantology (ADI) and the International Team for Implantology (ITI) and regularly attends conferences as well as lecturing to groups of local dentists.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Smile Makeover
  • Scale & Polish
  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Restorative Dentist
  • Tooth Cavity
  • Tooth decay
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28 Wimpole Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 8GW - 1.20 miles
The London Centre for Implant Aesthetic Dentistry - 1.20 miles
28 Wimpole Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 8GW
Recommended by 1 specialist
Dental Implants, Apicectomy, Bridges, Composite Filling + 34 more

Dr Koray Feran is a dental surgeon specialising in Periodontology and Restorative Dentistry. He is currently Clinical Director for the London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry (LCIAD).

Dr Feran originally qualified from Guy’s Dental Hospital in 1989, earning his BDS but also winning the Final Year Prize for overall excellence and the S.J. Kaye Prize in Oral Medicine and Pathology. He immediately began work as a House Surgeon at Guy’s, completing placements in Prosthetic Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr Feran then moved into general practice in the North of London.

Following his foundation training Dr Feran went on to undertake postgraduate training. In 1993 he completed an MSc in Periodontology and passed examinations to gain a Restorative Dentistry Fellowship in Dental Surgery.

Dr Feran has since practiced in several prestigious practices in Knightsbridge and South Kensington areas, specialising in complex multi-disciplinary cases. In 2005 he founded The London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry (LCIAD Ltd), expanding in 2010 to incorporate a diverse clinical team able to provide management to patients with a wide variety of complex dental problems.

As well as his clinical involvement at LCIAD, specialising in restorative dental care, Dr Feran lectures nationally and internationally on clinical dentistry, training surgeons and their teams and on financial aspects of private practice.

Professional Memberships:

  • Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy
  • Member of te International College of Dentists
  • Full member and past President British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Active Member European Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Member of the Scandinavian Academy for Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Member and past London Committee member of Association of Dental Implantology UK
  • Member of the European Association for Osseointegration EAO
  • Member of the British Society for Restorative Dentistry BSRD
  • Editorial Team of The Dentist and Dental Update
  • Editorial team of Implant Dentistry

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Restorative dentistry
  • Dental implants and problems related to dental implants
  • Periodontics (gum treatment)
  • Bone and gum regeneration including sinus augmentation
  • Composite (white) Fillings
  • Veneers
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Oral and intravenous sedation with visiting anaesthetist
  • Full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation
  • Tooth wear and tooth surface loss restoration
  • Comprehensive dental reporting and treatment planning
  • Restorative dentistry
  • Periodontics (gum treatment)
  • Dental implants and problems related to dental implants
  • Bone and gum regeneration including sinus augmentation
  • Composite (white) Fillings
  • Veneers
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Oral and intravenous sedation with visiting anaestehtist
  • Full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation
  • Tooth wear and tooth surface loss restoration
  • Comprehensive dental reporting and treatment planning
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Professor Chris Lefkaditis - Dental Implants Specialist
128 Harley Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 7JT - 1.37 miles
Digital Smile Studio - 1.37 miles
128 Harley Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 7JT
Dental Implants, Crowns, Teeth Whitening, Traumatic Dental Injury + 15 more

Chris qualified as a BSC Dental scientist in 1989 and then went on to graduate as a dental surgeon with honours in 1995 from the  University of Pretoria.

He also has achieved a Postgraduate higher Diploma in Dentistry (oral and maxillofacial surgery), which he again graduated with honours.

Chris has extensive dental experience with special interests in dental implantology and rehabilitative dentistry. His vast experience in Digital Dentistry includes Digital CadCam dentistry and Computer Guided Implantology.

He has extensive exeprience in Dental Anaesthetics and over 25 years experience in IV Sedation.

Having furthered his education in Advanced Implant Dentistry and functional Occlusion, he has taken on the role as a teacher and mentor for dentists with an interest in implant dentistry and digital dentistry.

He is approved as a mentor by both the Association of Dental Implantology UK and the International Team for Implantology,

He is a co-director of the Digital Dental Academy UK.

He is a higly respected lecturer and mentor and enjoys teaching and developing new workflows to improve patient's experiences.

He is an Assistant Profesor in the Digital Dental Department at the College of Medicine and Dentistry Birmingham.

He is the Vice President of the International Digital Dental Academy.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Smile Makeover
  • Crowns
  • Veneers
  • IV Sedation for Anxious patients
  • Dental Implants
  • Bridges
  • Implant hybrid bridges
  • Dentures (False Teeth)
  • IV Sedationist
  • Implant Surgeon
  • Restorative Dentist
  • Smile Makeover 
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
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The Halo, Block D 3 Warton Road Stratford, London, United Kingdom, E15 2GD - 5.56 miles
Dentaprime F3T - 5.56 miles
The Halo, Block D 3 Warton Road Stratford, London, United Kingdom, E15 2GD
Dental Implants, Dentures, Restorative Dentistry, Bridges + 7 more

Dr Katarzyna Pental completed her Dentistry training in Poland in 2014 and since then has worked as a dentist in both Poland and the UK. She now works as a general dental practitioner at Dentaprime F3T in London. Dr Pental has experience in the full range of general dentistry procedures. She has also attended numerous Dentistry conferences in the UK and Europe.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Dental restorative work
  • Crown and Bridges 
  • Extraction
  • Root Canal Treatment


  • Restorative dentistry
  • General dentistry
  • Endodontist


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771 Finchley Road, London, United Kingdom, NW11 8DN - 4.98 miles
Hotel Dent - 4.98 miles
771 Finchley Road, London, United Kingdom, NW11 8DN
Dental Implants, Dentoalveolar Surgery, Oral Surgery, Prosthodontics + 1 more
9 Upper Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom, W1G 6LJ - 1.33 miles
Wimpole Street Dental Care - 1.33 miles
9 Upper Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom, W1G 6LJ
Dental Implants, Crowns, Veneers, Amalgamation + 11 more

Dr Laleh Sabahipour is a specialist in prosthodontics who has worked as the principle dentist at Wimpole Street Dental Care since 2005. She has gained many years’ experience as a dental surgeon, qualifying in 1998 from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Medical and Dental School.

 

After achieving her primary qualification, she worked across Kent, Surrey and Sussex in the Oral and Maxillofacial Departments of large hospitals including the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford and the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. Here she gained a wealth of knowledge and experience, becoming a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Glasgow.

 

Dr Sabahipour began a 4-year programme in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics at Guy’s Hospital (King’s College London) in 2003 to develop her skills and interest in this area. Currently, she is a Master of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics, has a Membership in Restorative Dentistry and is a registered Specialist on the General Dental Council. She has a special interest in implant treatments, full mouth rehabilitation, aesthetic dentistry and general dentistry. She is also actively involved with teaching at King’s College Institute and has a keen interest in research. Her thesis on the treatment of severely worn dentition was published in the European Journal of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

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80 Harley St, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom, W1g 7HL - 1.25 miles
The One to One Dental Clinic - 1.25 miles
80 Harley St, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom, W1g 7HL
28 years of experience
Dental Implants, Crowns, Fillings, Invisalign + 5 more

Dr Fazeela Khan-Osborne is a dental practitioner with over two decades of experience, specialising in full mouth rehabilitation surgery, both surgical and restorative. Fazeela is the team leader for the FACE TEAM Implantology Programme, at the One to One Dental Clinic.

Fazeela initially gained her bachelors from Queen Mary University, and then went on to gained her BDS at the Royal Hospital London School of Dentistry, in 1993. Dr Khan-Osborne followed up her dental qualification with a variety of postgraduate qualifications including her Masters in restorative dentistry with distinction, and undertook oral surgery training, whilets pursuing other qualifications in Implantology and oral surgery. During this time, she gained many prestigious fellowships and teaching positions, including the Lead Tutor position at the Royal College of Surgeons, a fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and a member of the Association of Dental Implantology. Fazeela also lectures on Implant Dentistry and has several peer review publications.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

Implants

Bridges

Crowns

Smile Makeovers

Veneers

Restorative Dentistry

Orthodontics

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

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What are dental implants?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root in the form of metal posts or frames that are placed into the jawbone. The term ‘implant’ does not describe the complete replacement tooth and only refers to the implants consisting of metal posts or frames that are inserted into the jaw bone.

Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants are biocompatible and will not react with your jawbone as it grows around them. As well as being extremely safe, dental implants help to prevent future bone loss by stimulating and supporting the jaw bone.

What are dental implants made of?

Dental implants can be made from:

Titanium alloys, this type of metal has the longest track record and is the most popular metal used for dental implants. They have a separate tooth (abutment) that can be removed and replaced if it is damaged after being fitted.

Zirconia, this material is classed as ceramic, although it does contain traces of metal to increase its strength and durability. They have not been used for as long as titanium alloys and normally do not have the advantage of a separate tooth (abutment).

Ceramics and polymer-based dental implants are also available. They are not considered as strong and stable as titanium alloy or zirconia-based dental implants.  

Who can have dental implants?

Dental implants require:

  • Healthy gums
  • Adequate jaw bone consistency/strength

Who shouldn’t have dental implants?

Certain oral health conditions will require treatment prior to having dental implants. Occasionally when there is severe jawbone loss, dental implants are not a feasible option. 

Should a dentist or oral surgeon fit dental implants?

Dentists can undertake specialist training in the fitting of dental implants and they can be safely fitted in a dental clinic.

Oral surgeons may need to perform bone grafts or other types of surgery prior to having dental implants fitted. This surgery will take place as an outpatient in a hospital. Oral surgeons may also fit the implants however, it is more likely you would then go to a specially trained dentist, once healing is complete.

What are the different types of dental implants? 

Dental implants will normally be either endosteal, subperiosteal, and zygomatic.

Endosteal Implants are the most often used dental implants and are normally made from titanium. They are surgically implanted directly into the jawbone and the teeth are fitted at a later date, during a separate procedure. To ensure the posts fuse and provide a secure base for the fake teeth it is necessary to have sufficient healthy jawbone.

Subperiosteal Implants are another option when there is a lack of healthy jawbone. They are made from a metal frame that is placed on top of the jawbone under the gums. The gums then heal around the frame to secure it in place. The posts erupt through the gum for the fake teeth to be attached to.

Zygomatic Implants are more complicated than other types of implants. The implants are surgically implanted into the cheekbone instead of the jawbone, making them an alternative for patients, when there is not sufficient jawbone to support an endosteal implant.

Alternative types of dental implants include:

Immediate load dental implants, enable the dentist to place a temporary fake tooth onto the implant, during the same procedure.

Mini or narrow dental implants (MDIs) are implants with a narrow diameter which makes it possible to use less invasive techniques to place them in patients with a lack of jawbone density. They may also be used to support a lower denture rather than actually providing a base for permanent fake teeth.

All-On-4 refers to the placement of four dental implants as an alternative to having a full top or bottom arch of dental implants. Temporary fake teeth are fitted onto the implant, during the same procedure These implants normally take around 6 months for the gums to heal before permanent fake teeth can be fitted onto them.

What are the alternative techniques for fitting dental implants?

Alternative techniques have been developed for patients that have a lack of jawbone density and strength. They help to restore the jawbone to make it stronger and more stable

Bone augmentation is a process that involves strengthening the jawbone when it is lacking density.

Sinus augmentation, lift or elevation is a process that involves adding bone below the sinus

Ridge expansion is a process that involves creating a small ridge on the top of the jaw. Bone grafts are added into the ridge to create a wider base to support dental implants when the jaw was previously too small.

Why would I have dental implants?

Dental implants offer a permanent alternative to bridges or dentures. Unlike bridges, dental implants do not require adjacent teeth to be filed down and once healed dental implants will feel and look the same as your other natural teeth. Unlike dentures, dental implants will not affect your speech or fall out during eating or talking.

What happens during a dental implant consultation?

Prior to agreeing to fit dental implants, your dentist will take x-rays of your teeth and jawbone. Your dentist might also refer you to an oral surgeon, you may have a computed tomography (CT) scan if there are concerns raised about the health of your jawbone to provide a more detailed image of your oral structure. 

Your dentist or oral surgeon will discuss if bone grafts are necessary and explain the options that are most suitable for your individual bone density and requirements. You will discuss if you want to have sedation during the fitting of your dental implants.

A treatment plan if required will be discussed to treat gum disease and plan appointments for any fillings or necessary dental work that needs to be carried out, to get your mouth as healthy as possible prior to fitting dental implants.

How many dental implants can I have fitted in one procedure?

You can have multiple dental implants fitted in one surgical procedure, you can also choose to have dental implants combined with a bridge or dentures.

Do dental implants look or feel different from natural teeth?

Dental implants look exactly the same as natural teeth and will be colour matched to blend in seamlessly with your own teeth. Once healed they will feel the same as your natural teeth and have the same functionality.

What happens during the dental implant surgical procedure?

Local anaesthetic is normally used to fit dental implants, ‘twilight’ sedation may be provided if you are very nervous to keep you calm during the procedure. General anaesthesia may be recommended for particularly complicated cases that require bone grafts or multiple implants.

When a hole is required to accommodate the implant post or screw, the gum or cheek tissue is then stitched over the post using dissolvable stitches. When possible, the fake tooth is then secured into the implant and either a temporary or permanent crown is fitted.

When the implant needs to fuse with the jaw bone, in a process called osseointegration, a protective cover screw is placed on top of the gum or cheek tissue to aid healing. Osseointegration can take between 4 and 6 months before you are able to have a permanent fake tooth (abutment) and crown fitted. This involves a second surgical procedure with local anaesthetic to cut open the gum to secure the abutment into the dental implant post or screw. After approximately 2 weeks the tissue will have healed and a permanent crown can be fitted to complete the artificial tooth and make it indistinguishable from your other natural teeth.

Are dental implants painful?

Dental implants can feel uncomfortable until they have healed and the gum or cheek tissue will be sore and inflamed for up to a week after surgery. Pain can be managed sufficiently with pain killers.

How long is recovery after dental implants?

There is likely to be some minor bleeding from the incision sites and bruising and swelling in your gums and face. Stitches will be dissolvable and your mouth will feel sore and you should wait between 5 and 7 days before eating solid food, after having dental implants fitted. 

When can I and how do I brush my teeth after dental implants?

It is essential to clean your teeth diligently, preferably after eating but at a minimum once in the morning and once before you go to sleep. Flossing is very important and your dentist may recommend you use a water flosser after having dental implants.

Can you smoke with dental implants?

Smoking is strongly advised against after having dental implants as it is related to high rates of dental implant failure when the post or screw does not fuse with the jaw bone, a process called osseointegration. 

How should I protect my dental implants?

Dental implants can be damaged by impact and it is important to have a custom made mouthguard to wear during any activity that could result in some kind of impact on your teeth, such as horse riding, skiing or contact sports.

Are dental implants permanent?

Dental implants are designed to be permanent and when meticulous dental hygiene is maintained dental implants will more than likely last for the rest of your life. When a crown over the fake tooth breaks it can be replaced and if the implant is damaged then it is possible to fit a new implant beside the damaged one without needing to remove it.   

Can I get gum disease with dental implants?

When dental hygiene is not maintained gum disease and other oral health problems can develop with dental implants in the same way they would with natural teeth.

How often do I need to go to the dentist with dental implants?

You should have dental check-ups every 6 months for the rest of your life after having dental implants.

What are the risks and complications of dental implant surgery?

  • Infection
  • Failure of the implant to fuse with the jaw bone, in a process called osseointegration
  • Damage to surrounding teeth
  • Damage to the gums

What questions should I ask before having dental implants?

  • How long have you been fitting implants?
  • What type of implants do you recommend and why?
  • How many appointments will I need for necessary dental treatments, work prior to having dental implants fitted?
  • What diagnostic tests will be used to evaluate my jaw bone and the placement options for dental implants?
  • When will I get a treatment plan outlining the recommended dental implants, proposed procedure and aftercare provided?
  • What is the total cost of the treatment and how long is aftercare included?