Seeing a periodontist in Ealing for dental implants

Dental implants are an easy, effective and durable way to replace missing or badly decayed teeth. They are even ideal for patients who have lost all of their natural teeth and wish to restore their oral function to the fullest. Dental implants are as durable as natural teeth, since they allow patients to chew and bite without the fear of damaging their teeth, gums or jawbone.

Periodontist in EalingIf you have decided to have dental implants, then it is time to schedule an appointment with a periodontist in Ealing. Our helpful, experienced and well-trained periodontists at Ikon Dental Suite have expertise beyond that of a traditional dentist and can deal with simple or complex issues related to the health of your teeth, gums and jawbone. We firmly believe that the periodontist in Ealing is better placed in providing dental implants compared to other dentists who may be performing this process infrequently.

Are you ready to begin?

When you are ready to proceed, the first step is to book a consultation appointment with our periodontist in Ealing. During this stage, we will examine your teeth carefully, take x-rays and digital pictures if needed and even conduct further tests to ensure that there is enough jawbone to support the placement of dental implants. Our periodontist in Ealing will make you feel relaxed and this is the right time to ask any questions you may have.

Plan ahead

Once the results of your consultation appointment are ready, your periodontist in Ealing will discuss them with you and they will devise a treatment plan customised to your dental needs. It is really important to plan ahead and avoid any impromptu situations. You should take a day off from work on the day of the surgery and depending on the severity of your situation and the number of dental implants that need to be stabilised on your jawbone, you may wish to consider taking a few extra days off. During that time, you will need to follow very specific instructions from your periodontist in order to ensure that your dental implants heal properly. Once your dental implants heal, we will attach your new teeth on top of them.