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Dental implants have given us the opportunity to replace missing or lost teeth with a fixed, comfortable
and aesthetically pleasing alternative. Dental implant therapy is considered now to be the gold standard
for replacing missing teeth.
Dental implants are a safe and predictable option with a success rate of
over 98% if carried out appropriately on suitable candidates.
Not everyone is suitable for implant therapy though. Our dentists will therefore carry out a thorough, detailed and free assessment of our patients prior to proposing such treatment.
Implant therapy will often require multiple visits to the practice and can take several months to complete.
Before & After
Results that can be achieved during dental implants treatment
Sam is well trained in all areas of adult and child dentistry with a focus on cosmetic smiles, implantology and full mouth rehabilitation. He has been an accredited implant surgeon since 2003 with excellent records in successful dental implants, from single to multiple and also the most complicated cases including soft and hard tissue grafting and regeneration techniques.
He has also been awarded a Masters Degree (with distinction) in aesthetic dentistry from Kings College London.
Sam is a part-time clinical teacher at Kings College London. He is also certified in orthodontic treatment using INVISALIGN and CLEARSTEP. He is skilled in treating nervous patients with his gentle technique and, if necessary, by using sedation.
Dr Sam Afshar
Implant & Oral Surgeon
Step-by-step Guide To Dental Implants
Surgical Implant Placement
Creation of implants crown substructure
Prosthetic Solution & Preparations For Crown Placement
Restoration of the crown
Total time: 4-6 months
Which implants is right for you?
Various types of implants include full upper and lower, anterior, posterior, and single-tooth:
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Single dental implant is used to
restore damaged or missing tooth.