Dental Implants

If you’ve lost a tooth or in need of a removal, a dental implant treatment performed by Smart Dental Care is a life-changing, long-term way to restore or maintain a confident smile and provide you with a brighter outlook on the future of your dental health.

A titanium replacement root is fixed into the jaw and fitted with a tooth replacement, similar to a dental crown. This implant performs just like a real tooth, preserving your facial structure after tooth loss and improving your bite.

Your dental implant is specially made to suit you, perfectly matching the rest of your teeth. You can opt for a whitening treatment first and select a brighter, whiter implant to match your whiter smile too. If properly looked after, implants can last up to 20 years.

See and feel the benefits of this modern restorative dental procedure and book online today, or call us on 0161 820 3477.

Step 1

First, your dentist will conduct an assessment to make sure you’re in good dental health and that you are suitable for implants.

Step 2

Next, your dentist will place an implant in the jaw, a procedure done under a local anaesthetic. Once this implant is placed, you will need 6-8 weeks for the implant to integrate and heal. Some post-procedure bruising is natural and can be managed with painkillers.

Step 3

Once your jaw has recovered and the implant has settled in, you’ll return for a second visit and a replacement tooth will be fixed onto the implant.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I replace my dentures with implants?
Replacing dentures with implants is a popular decision. Because implants are fixed into the jaw, they tend to be a lot more comfortable than dentures with added strength.
How long do dental implants last?
If you look after your implants with correct dental/oral cleaning, they can last as long as your natural teeth. It also depends on the quality of your performer. We pride ourselves in offering the best treatment you can get.
Will I need a bone graft before I have an implant?
Dental implants are inserted straight into the jaw, this means that an examination and X-ray will be carried out to ensure there is enough bone to support the implant. If you don’t have enough bone then a graft will be needed before you go ahead with your treatment.

Treatment supported Dentists

Dr. Christos Anagnostou
Accrington Road Dental Centre
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Dr. David Veress
Trafford Dental Centre
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