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Dental Implants

Dental implants are an artificial replacement for a tooth’s root. They fit directly into your jawbone and hold crowns or false teeth in place, in the same way that roots support natural teeth.

Implants are a fixed alternative to removable dentures. They may be the only option if the loss of teeth has caused the mouth to shrink so that it can no longer support dentures. You can use implants to replace just a single tooth or several teeth.

They’re sometimes available on the NHS for patients whose face and teeth have been damaged, such as people who’ve had mouth cancer or an accident that’s knocked a tooth out.

See our information on replacing missing teeth and come and have a chat with your dentist about your options.

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To All Our Valued Patients,

As our community deals with the increasing incidence of Covid-19 and the changing advice, we would like to reassure you that, as always, we are here for you and shall continue to act to ensure the health and the safety of you and our team.

We deeply care for the wellbeing of all of our loyal patients, staff and the wider community. It is with this in mind, and the government’s emphasis on social distancing and self-isolation that we have been advised to close whilst the enforced isolation continues. We will of course keep you informed of our intended date of resumption of normal services through our website and emails.

Please rest assured that we will be on the phone, however, for any advice or support that you may otherwise need regarding your dental health. Please do not feel as if you cannot contact us as we are here for you.

We would like to remind you of our constant message to keep up brushing and cleaning in between your teeth. Keeping your mouth healthy is an important part of keeping your immune system healthy.

We appreciate your support at a time that is very difficult for everyone.

Above all, our team implores all patients to follow the government guidance on staying at home and keeping yourself and your loved ones safe during these testing times.

With warmest regards and well wishes,
Everyone at Hainault Dental Practice