Academy Dental

Dental Implants

Dental Implants
Sandhurst & Camberley


Missing teeth can be distressing. It can affect your confidence to smile and it can also have a negative effect on your oral health as well as how you speak and eat.
Dental implants are a more permanent form of false teeth. They are an ideal solution as they are embedded into your jawbone so that they look and function like a natural tooth.

The dental implant is made up of a titanium post that is inserted into your jawbone and acts as your new replacement tooth root. An abutment is fitted to this which then secures the beautifully crafted crown and forms your new replacement tooth.

We have treated hundreds of delighted patients for dental implants throughout Camberley, Blackwater, Crowthorne, Yateley, Sandhurst and Surrey.

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Before & After Dental Implants

Benefits of dental implants


Improved Daily Task

Improved smile, speech and comfort for eating


Boost Your Confidence

No gaps or loose dentures

Better Overall Health

Implants don’t damage existing teeth

Long Term

Implants will last much longer than dentures or bridges

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Look Natural

Dental implants are designed to look like real teeth and blend in with your smile naturally. Our dentists use only the best dental implant systems and finest dental labs.

Speak Clearly

Dentures can move around and get loose which can affect your speech. As dental implants are fixed and solid you can speak with much more confidence.

Eating Food

With dentures or missing teeth, chewing hard or tough foods can be uncomfortable or even painful. Implants are secured to your jawbone so it’s like eating with your natural teeth.

Improve Appearance

When you lose teeth, the jawbone shrinks away which can create a sunken appearance. Dental implants keep the jawbone intact as the body treats it like a natural tooth.

Long Term And Secure

Dental implants are fixed to the jawbone and keep it solid. If you keep up with regular maintenance visits with us your dental implants may last a lifetime.

Healthy Option

For dental bridges your dentist needs to often cut down healthy teeth either side of the gap. Dentures get loose over time as the jawbone will continue to deteriorate over time. Dental implants are safe and secure and the ideal treatment for missing teeth.

Types of dental implants at Academy Dental Care

The types of dental implants generally fall into whether you have one missing tooth or whether you have multiple missing teeth or have no teeth at all.

A single missing tooth

One missing tooth can be replaced with a single dental implant. A small hole is made into your jawbone using a local anaesthetic and the dental implant is inserted gently into your gum.

You will then be given a follow-up appointment which will be used to attach the crown or the tooth to the implant. Often this appointment can take place several weeks later to give the new implant a chance to fuse properly together with your jawbone.

Multiple missing teeth

If you have multiple missing or failing teeth, or if you have no teeth at all, a better option for you is all on 4 dental implants.

Using just 4 dental implants, a complete arch of new teeth can be inserted into your upper or lower jaw. All on 4 dental implants are a cost-effective option – they are cheaper and less invasive than having several single dental implants.

Types of dental implants at Academy Dental Care

The types of dental implants generally fall into whether you have one missing tooth or whether you have multiple missing teeth or have no teeth at all.

Dental Implants Faqs

How long do dental implants last?

On average, dental implants will last between 20 and 25 years, but with good care, there’s no reason why they can’t last a lifetime. You can prolong the longevity of your dental implants by maintaining a good oral hygiene. Regularly brush and floss your teeth and visit your dentist and hygienist every 6 to 12 months.

Can anyone have dental implants?
Most patients with healthy gums are suitable for dental implants. At your consultation we will assess your mouth to make sure that your gums are healthy, and you have enough jawbone to sustain dental implants.

If you are a smoker, we encourage you to give up before dental implant surgery because smoking will affect the success rate. Some patients who have certain illnesses or are taking certain medication will not be able to have dental implants, so it is important that you are honest with us when we discuss your medical history.

Are dental implants safe?

Yes. Dental implants have been used on hundreds of thousands of patients for over 30 years. Dental implants are considered a safe and effective way to replace missing teeth because they are made from titanium which are biocompatible with the human body.