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In our dental implants in Dubai, we provide pleasant restoration surgery to help you recover confidence in your smile while also protecting your oral health for life. By replacing missing, damaged, or failing teeth, tooth implant surgery can completely restore your smile.

Your consultation is the first step toward achieving a beautiful smile. Our knowledgeable and experienced dentists will examine your teeth, listen to your requirements and concerns, and recommend the best course of treatment for you. You will receive the best level of oral care during your therapy. We make sure that the patient is at the center of all we do, and we strive hard to assure complete satisfaction and comfort throughout the treatment process.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are man-made tooth roots that serve as a permanent foundation for fixed, replacement teeth. Dental implants, as opposed to dentures, bridges, and crowns, are a popular and successful long-term alternative for those who have missing teeth, failing teeth, or persistent dental disorders. Dental implants are quickly becoming the new standard in tooth replacement because they fit, feel, and operate like natural teeth.

Doctors utilize a titanium implant fixture that, over time, bonds to the jaw's live bone cells. This union creates a strong and long-lasting anchor for your new teeth, ensuring that there is no slippage or unwanted movement (which can sometimes happen with dentures). There are also no issues with eating with dental implants, no need to repair them on a regular basis, and no need to be concerned about smiling freely and openly.

Why Choose Us for Dental Implants in Dubai

Skilled and experienced staff
To provide you with the best outcomes possible, our devoted team of skilled dentists stays up to date on the latest innovations in dentistry.

Individualized care
You can benefit from an effective treatment plan that is tailored to your needs.

Consultations in depth
We take the time to go through the treatment plan with you and explain your
alternatives so that you can make informed decisions regarding your oral health.
First-rate service
All of our London patients will benefit from uncomplicated, painless therapies that meet their demands at every stage.

We understand that money is an essential consideration for our patients. As a result, we offer dental implants at low pricing.

Implants are extremely long-lasting and will last for many years. Many implants can last a lifetime if properly cared for.


• They appear natural, so you won't notice that you have artificial teeth in your mouth.
• They provide you the feel of genuine teeth while not interfering with natural functions including as chewing and speaking.
• When compared to other options such as dentures and bridges, they may last a long time.
• In the alternative bridges, they do not rely on your neighboring teeth for retention.
• They have the ability to slow the pace of bone loss.
• They are easier to clean than dental bridges.
• Having the stability of a dental implant supported prosthesis can substantially improve your confidence and, as a result, your overall quality of life and lifestyle.


The durability of your teeth whitening results is determined on how well you care for your teeth following treatment. To maintain your teeth white and brilliant, avoid coloring beverages and foods as much as possible. If you do drink coffee, red wine, or consume dark berries, you can help prevent stains from appearing by rinsing your mouth or brushing your teeth immediately after consumption. Tobacco use is another behavior that can cause tooth discoloration, so you should think about quitting, reducing back, or switching to non-staining nicotine-based products instead. Keep up with your oral hygiene and expert cleanings as well.


Asked By Others
What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that replace missing tooth roots. They are placed in your jawbone during a minor surgical procedure performed in the dental office. Following the placement of the implant in your jawbone, a completely lifelike porcelain tooth crown is attached. In some cases, the implant must fuse with the bone for several months before it can be permanently crowned; in others, you can have new (temporary) teeth the same day your implants are placed.

How many teeth can dental implants replace?

Implants can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all of your teeth (View Examples). You need not even require a single implant to replace each missing tooth. As few as two implants are required to support a removable lower denture, whereas as few as four implants are required to provide a complete set of permanent top or bottom teeth.

Is dental implant surgery excruciatingly painful?

The majority of patients tolerate dental implant surgery quite well. Postoperative discomfort is typically manageable with over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen or OTC pain medicines. Additionally, ice can be beneficial.

Is it possible for my body to reject a dental implant?

Implants cannot be rejected strictly speaking because they do not include living cells or genetically coded material. They are totally biocompatible due to the titanium used in their construction, and allergies are quite unusual. However, an implant may fail to integrate with the jawbone if it becomes infected due to poor dental hygiene or if it is subjected to biting pressures too soon. This is an extremely rare occurrence; implants often achieve success rates in excess of 95%.

Will my insurance cover my implants?

As dental implants have become the gold standard of treatment, an increasing number of insurance companies and policies now cover some of these services. We have a competent team that will gladly investigate your policy and process your claim submission as soon as your services are given.

What if I wait?

Tooth loss inevitably results in bone loss, necessitating a more involved therapy in the future. Additionally, you will need to have your detachable prosthesis or denture modified, relined, or even replaced on a periodic basis. The connectors on a partial will drag on neighbouring teeth, impairing your chewing abilities. Additionally, subsequent denture adhesives and cleansers will incur costs. Your denture will cause discomfort and agony and may aggravate your problem as your jawbone deteriorates.

How much food will I be permitted to consume?

Our patients report significant improvements in their ability to chew foods and are now able to chew and eat foods they were unable to chew or eat prior to implant placement.

Am I too old for Dental Implants?

No, there is no such thing as being too old. Patients over the age of 90 have benefited from implant-supported restorations to replace loose partials and full dentures, and the most frequently heard statement is "I wish I had done this sooner!" They are benefiting from improved chewing, speaking, and overall quality of life.

Will it cause significant discomfort?

Our patients report that there is little to no discomfort and little to no swelling related with implant insertion. For people who prefer not to be conscious throughout the surgery, general anesthesia is accessible.

How much time will it take?

In many circumstances, implants can be put and a temporary tooth created concurrently with the tooth extraction. In certain circumstances, the implants are inserted first and must heal for several months before the final tooth is placed. Dental implants typically take three months to properly integrate with your bone in the lower jaw and six months in the upper jaw. However, because each person heals differently, Dr. Alijanian and our team will continuously monitor your progress. We are totally committed to the care that we deliver in our office.

Will I have to be without my teeth?

You will not be without replacement teeth for an extended period of time. If the implants are not provisionalized immediately with temporary teeth, you may be fitted with a temporary prosthesis. If your teeth were already missing, you may continue to wear your removable prosthesis during the healing time with minor alterations for your comfort.

Will I need to see the dentist once the implants are placed?

Yes, you will still need to see your dentist on a regular basis for hygiene purposes. Maintaining good dental health is critical.

How long are implants expected to last?

They typically last longer than traditional dental work, as long as you take excellent care of them with daily cleaning, just as you would with your real teeth (floss, brush, etc.). Implants can last a lifetime if properly maintained and oral health is maintained.

What are some of the benefits of dental implants?

Human beings are "gifted" with two distinct sets of teeth: baby teeth and permanent/adult teeth. When one or more permanent teeth are lost due to dental decay or gum disease, dental implants can now be used to replace them as the third set of fixed teeth! Dental implants can last a lifetime and can significantly improve your appearance, confidence, and ability to eat the foods you enjoy and lead an active lifestyle without having to worry about your teeth. Dental implants are titanium and will never degrade!

What disadvantages do dental implants have?

As with any small oral surgical operation, there is a risk of infection, inflammation, and pain, but your prosthodontist will discuss how to control these risks in your particular circumstance. If there is insufficient bone available to insert the implant, bone and gum grafting procedures may be necessary, increasing the cost of your surgery. However, the initial expenditure may be worthwhile in the long run.


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