If you have 1-3 missing teeth

Replacing just a few teeth


If you have one or more missing teeth, a single implant or implant supported bridge is an effective solution that will also help preserve your remaining teeth and bone. A single implant looks and functions like your own tooth.

We understand how important it is for your teeth to appear natural and remain functional. Your implant surgeon will assess your teeth and bone, and also take into consideration your lifestyle to find the best way to support your needs and restore your smile.

It can be surprising the difference missing just one tooth can make. Whether you start feeling self-conscious about your smile or start to miss your favourite foods as it has become uncomfortable for you to eat, or perhaps you begin to experience physical effects such as muscle strains and headaches.

Your Crown accurately milled and ready

Your crown is milled and ready before you have your implant placed. Using our digital scans, CAD planning and in-house CNC Dental Milling machine, we are able to place your dental implant and crown within a routine appointment, allowing you to go about your day afterwards.

Replacing a tooth in just a few hours

Single Tooth Implant Placement


Replacing a single missing tooth with an implant is a far more conservative treatment for your teeth as it avoids the need to modify adjacent healthy teeth to support a dental bridge. The single implant retained crown emerges through your gum, giving it a more natural appearance. It is one of the most challenging replacement treatments, as the restoration needs to match and blend in with the natural teeth.

It is often easier to keep the independent implant-retained crown or bridge clean than a tooth-supported bridge extending over several teeth. Additionally, the implant will slow the change in shape of the bone and gum where teeth have been lost.


Implant Supported Bridgework

Replacing Several Teeth with Dental Implants


In the case of several missing teeth, 2 or more implants would give support to a 3 unit or longer bridge. The number of implants required depends on the number of teeth and the location in the mouth (patients with a stronger bite may require more implants to spread the load).

Groups of missing teeth can be replaced with an implant-supported bridgework. Preparation of neighbouring teeth is not required as the implant construction simply replaces the missing teeth.


This young lady severely damaged here front teeth in an accident and after a losing battle to retain the teeth was referred to us for implant treatment. Planning took place in a digital environment and implants were placed using 3D Printed guides.