Dental Implants

Get your chew back with dental implants in Camden

If you are an older adult, you may now be finding that your teeth are coming to the end of their useful life. As they fail, one by one, it will be getting harder and harder to chew your food. You may have already had to give up eating certain foods, such as meats or raw vegetables and fruits, which require a lot of chewing.

If you are reduced to a soft food diet and you want your chewing power back, then it’s time to investigate getting dental implants in Camden from us at Ace Dental.

Dental Implants in CamdenWhy choose dental implants in Camden?

What makes dental implants different from either dentures or fixed bridgework? They are the only replacement method that gives you back your full chewing power without compromising the integrity of your remaining teeth.

Dental implants are made up of 3 components. The actual implant bit is a post or screw that we insert into specially made channels that we carefully create in your jawbone. These posts are made of titanium, a metal well-known for its biocompatibility. This means that the body accepts the metal as its own rather than rejecting it as a foreign body. Your jawbone will grow new tissue all over the implant. This can take up to 6 months to achieve, but at the end, it will be held in place as securely as your natural teeth, giving you back your full chewing power.

The dental implant is hollow inside, with an internal thread. We screw a connecting piece, called an abutment into it. Which abutment we choose depends on what’s going on top of your implant. A dental implant can hold up to 3 crowns on a bridge. It can also be used to attach dentures to.

The crowns are made of dental porcelain. Our technicians will craft new crowns that blend in with the size, shape and colour of your remaining teeth. By the time you are good to go, no one will ever guess that your teeth are not your own. And you may well forget they aren’t too.

Sounds great. And it is. Do give us a call and come in for an exploratory chat.

Dental solutions

A broken or missing tooth can be a real pain, and many people will consider a traditional crown or bridge as a solution. Alternatively, having dental implants in Camden is a modern, highly effective treatment where an artificial tooth is attached to your jawbone. Implants provide an effective way of replacing damaged or missing teeth, helping you to once again feel confident in your smile.

Dental Implants in CamdenAre your dentures working for you?

If you’ve had dentures for a while, you may be unhappy with the potential for them to slide in your mouth, or feeling like you should be careful when you’re eating. This may be another reason to consider dental implants in Camden.

How do dental implants work?

The implant is a titanium bar that’s inserted securely into the jawbone. 3-6 months later, a join is added called an abutment. The artificial tooth can then be attached. Alternatively, there’s also the option to have same-day teeth, which means getting your implants and artificial teeth fitted all in the same day. Getting replacement teeth has never been so simple.

Getting implants with us

Ace Dental is a modern clinic in Camden with a team ready to tend to all of your dental implant needs. When you’re ready to get dental implants in Camden, you can come in to see the team who will tell you all you need to know. Getting dental implants is a big decision and we want you to have all the information you need before starting.

What do they feel like?

Once your mouth has healed, you won’t feel the implants in your mouth. You can speak, eat and move your mouth as you normally would. Dental implants are long-lasting and, if looked after carefully, can last for life. You can look after your teeth as you normally would by brushing twice a day, using dental floss to reach in-between, and having regular deep cleans to remove plaque that brushing alone doesn’t always remove. Keep sugar and snacks to a minimum and avoid over-consumption of food and drinks that can stain the teeth, such as coffee, wine and fruit juices.

Improve your smile with dental implants in Camden without breaking the bank

If you have been considering dental implants for a long time, but you are still not ready to take the plunge because of the cost, it’s time to do some proper research. It’s true that dental implants usually have a higher upfront price than some alternatives, but they also last much longer.

At Ace Dental, we firmly believe that dental implants should be an affordable option for everyone. And truth is that not all dentists charge the same. More importantly, different implant procedures have a different cost. Be sure to do your research and find the best dentist for dental implants in Camden. From our part we can assure you that we will never compromise quality.

Dental Implants in CamdenSome implant treatments are more affordable than others

If you think that all dental implants in Camden cost the same, you are wrong. Most dental implants are made of the same titanium alloy, but they don’t cost the same since they serve different functions. Traditional dental implants tend to be more expensive compared to other implants solutions, but this applies only if you need more than one. Implant solutions that incorporate bridges and dentures are less expensive, because they do not require as many dental implants.

Hidden costs of bridges and dentures

If paying a big sum of money upfront for dental implants is a major inconvenience, you should look into financial plans or talk to your dentist about dental discount plans. In any case, dental implants are a better alternative than conventional bridges and dentures if you wish to have healthy and functional teeth for years to come.

On the one hand, dentures require buying a special case to store them as well as special cleaners and adhesive so that they can stay in place when you eat or drink. You’d be surprised to find out how much these costs can add up over the years. More importantly, dentures are not supported by the jawbone, therefore any alterations to your jaw can render them useless.

Dental bridges, on the other hand, have a longer lifespan than dentures but they are damaging to your surrounding teeth.

Not convinced? Call us today to book a consultation appointment.

Get the teeth most like your own

It took a while for dentists to figure how to make replacement teeth that mimic real teeth; for centuries there was no way to fix them into the jawbone. But about 30 years ago, that all changed when dental implants became available.

Having great replacement teeth is not just about having ones that look like real teeth, they have to work as well as real teeth do too. And that’s the thing. The reason your natural teeth can chew down hard on foods is that they are anchored firmly into your jawbone. They are not part of your jawbone, but they are held in place in their sockets by masses of fibrous ligaments.

Dental Implants in CamdenThe crowns on modern dentures and fixed bridgework are very lifelike. They are often handmade to match the size, shape and colour of the rest of your teeth. The acrylics or dental porcelains used have the same light-reflecting qualities as natural teeth. So the main advantages of dental implants are not so much that they look better than these other kinds of prosthetics; it’s that they do a better job.

Firm anchoring

Dental implants are put into artificial sockets that we make in your jawbone. We can’t recreate the fibres that hold natural teeth in place, but, because the implants are made of titanium, they get held in place by the jawbone itself. The body sees this metal as another body part, and not an intruder, and grows new bone tissue all over it. The jawbone and the implant fuse together.

Once this process, called osseointegration, is complete, the implants can withstand the same powerful chewing forces as natural teeth.

You get to eat whatever you want, and never have to worry that your false teeth will wobble around.

Healthy jawbone

Bones need impacts to retain their size and density and this is supplied through the implants, which transmit impact vibrations from the teeth meeting together.

Low maintenance

Dental implants last for at least 15 years, and all you have to do to take care of them is avoid gum disease by following your usual diligent cleaning routine, plus visit the hygienist regularly.

To find out more, come in for a consultation at Ace Dental in Camden.

When only the best will do

There are some things in life that aren’t worth skimping on, the most obvious of which is medical treatment, but the same is true of your dental care. You only get one set of adult teeth to last you a lifetime. If you’ve already lost some then you’re probably even more motivated to hang onto what you’ve got left. This is something you need to consider when choosing how to restore your teeth. Your best bet is dental implants in Camden.

Dental Implants in CamdenAt Ace Dental, we’d be happy to tell you all about the advantages of dental implants in Camden when you come in to see us for your implant consultation. But to whet your appetite, here are a couple of the best benefits.

Holding on to what’s left

Dental implants stand out from dentures or bridges as they are the only tooth restoration that replaces the roots as well as the crowns of missing teeth. This is vital to protecting the integrity of your jawbone. The roots of your teeth enable vibrations from your teeth clashing together all day to reach your jawbone. These vibrations tell your jawbone to stay strong and healthy. Missing roots cause your jawbone to dissolve itself. This puts neighbouring teeth at greater risk of tilting or falling out, triggering a vicious cycle of tooth loss. Dental implants in Camden therefore help you hold onto your remaining natural teeth.

Here to stay

Dentures need relining or replacing every 3-8 years. This is because without those all-important tooth roots, your jawbone shrinks and your gums recede. It’s your gums that dentures rely on for suction to stay in place, so, as these change shape, your dentures will need adapting.

Bridges meanwhile are attached to the 2 teeth either side of the gap, which have to be ground down to form buttresses. This arrangement is secure, but bridges do, however, break and will also need replacing over the years.

Dental implants in Camden are fixed into the jawbone, where new bone tissue grows around them to secure them in place. This means they can last for decades, even a lifetime, as long as you keep up with a good oral hygiene routine, regular dental check-ups and hygienist cleanings.

All about dental implants in Camden

When you lose a tooth and you are still young, it can be tempting to leave a gap. But do that and you put the rest of your teeth in danger. Nature abhors a vacuum, as they say, and so do teeth. The teeth next to the gap can start tipping into it and then fall out, and this makes a bigger gap for more teeth to tip into and fall out.

But if you are young, probably the last thing you want is a tooth on a removable plate. That’s not very kissable. Then there’s the fixed bridge. More kissable, but having a bridge means sacrificing neighbouring teeth to become buttresses. At Ace Dental, we like to fit dental implants in Camden for people who have lost a single tooth.

Dental Implants in CamdenHow much?!

People can be shocked at the price of dental implants in Camden. It’s true they are not cheap, but in the long run they can work out as about the same price or even cheaper than a denture or a bridge. The latter 2 have to be replaced on a pretty regular basis. Dentures may need to be replaced after only 5 years. Bridges usually last longer. But dental implants can last you for the rest of your life if you take good care of them. The crown may wear down and need replacing but there are people out there who have had their dental implant posts for 50 years.

Are dental implants easy to look after?

When you are young, the last thing you are going to have time for is complicated cleaning routines. With dental implants in Camden, all you have to do is having a rigorous oral hygiene routine. This means 2 minutes twice a day with a soft-bristled brush, including a thorough clean around the gumline of your dental implant tooth. Your big enemy is plaque, which, if it attacks the bone under your gum can loosen your implant and cause it to fall out.

Apart from that, you just need to come in for a regular biannual check-up and deep clean with the hygienist. Easy.

Things you might not know about dental implants

More people each year are having dental implants in Camden, but how much do you know about this advanced treatment? Here are some facts you might not be aware of.

It doesn’t matter how many teeth need replacing

Whether you are missing a single tooth, a mouthful of teeth or something in between, dental implants in Camden can work for you. A full arch of teeth can be supported on just 4 implants.

Dental Implants in CamdenDental implants in Camden can keep your face looking younger

It’s not just missing teeth that can make you look older, it’s the effect they have on your jaw and face. Without teeth to support them, the jawbone can start to recede and the face can take on a somewhat sunken appearance. Implants stop the jawbone from deteriorating, and keep your face looking more youthful.

A dental implant could save your other teeth

If you have been unfortunate enough to lose a tooth, if it’s not obvious at the front of your mouth you might think there is no point in replacing it with an implant. However, our teeth retain their strength by sitting tightly against each other. When a tooth is missing, the teeth on either side can start to tilt and shift. If a lower tooth is missing, the corresponding upper tooth can start to slip down without its mate to bite against. Dental implants in Camden can stop these things from happening and help keep your natural teeth strong.

Implants look and feel like real teeth

Once an implant has been fitted, it becomes virtually unnoticeable, both to you and others. The replacement tooth or teeth will be carefully made so that the colour and appearance matches your natural teeth. Dental implants in Camden eradicate many of the problems associated with dentures and bridges, meaning you can talk and eat with confidence.

Dental implants in Camden can last a lifetime

If you look after your implants well, they should last a lifetime. They are intended to be long-lasting, something which is worth considering if you are worried about cost. Where dentures, bridges and crowns often need replacing after a while, dental implants should keep going strong for many years.

Do you wish you’d looked after your teeth?

If you are over 50, you probably remember a poet with a Berkshire country accent called Pam Ayres. She wrote a classic about losing her teeth and lying in the dentist’s chair as she gazed up his nose in despair, and she’s still going strong today.

Well, maybe you are that person now, and yes, although it was a funny poem, being in despair over losing teeth is not at all uncommon. Fortunately, you and Pam don’t have to be in despair for long because things have moved on hugely since Pam wrote her classic comic poem back in the 1970s. Now, you can have dental implants in Camden with us at Ace Dental.

Dental Implants in CamdenBack then, Pam’s 2 options were either dentures or fixed bridgework, neither of which is all that good a solution.


Dentures, well they have to rely on suction to the gums to get any chewing power. For that, you’ll get about a quarter of the chew your natural teeth gave you. It’s not much and it’s coupled with the fact that you will be highly likely to suffer from dentures sliding as the jawbone shrinks away from lack of stimulation. Dental implants in Camden keep your jawbone strong and healthy by providing the stimulation that used to come from your tooth roots, plus because they are embedded into the jawbone, your pearly whites will be able to get through whatever takes your fancy, food-wise.


Bridges are so called because they feature one or more replacement crowns suspended on a bridge that is fixed to the healthy teeth either side of the gap, piggybacking on their roots for stability. Sounds like a pretty good solution, but is it really when it means having those perfectly good teeth ground down to have buttress crowns fitted over them?

In Camden, dental implants are their own tooth roots – posts or screws that are tapered like real roots and fitted into artificial sockets created in the jawbone. They are made of titanium, which the body accepts like one of its own, growing new bone tissue and blood vessels all over the implants to hold them in place as securely as a natural tooth.

Filling in the gaps

There must be somewhere in the world where having missing teeth is considered beautiful, but London is not it. Here, missing teeth, especially when they are at the front of the mouth are unattractive, speaking of lack of self-care and bad health. The trouble is that having missing teeth means finding a good reliable way to replace them so that they look and behave like natural teeth.

Dental implants are the latest generation of tooth replacement options and now sit alongside dentures and fixed bridgework in the menu of options for replacing teeth.

Dental Implants in CamdenHere at Ace Dental in Camden, we are finding that dental implants are becoming more popular than the earlier generations of tooth replacement, and it’s easy to see why.

Roots and all

Dental implants are the only way you can replace the root of the tooth as well as the crown. You need tooth roots for stability. They are what keeps the tooth rock steady when you bite into an apple or chew on a great steak. They are also what keeps your jawbone strong and healthy. Without tooth roots transmitting vibrations from all the impacts going on in your mouth into the surrounding jawbone, the bone receives a message that it is no longer in use. When the bone thinks that, it doesn’t just sit there doing nothing, it starts to dissolve itself and 25% of its size and density can disappear in one year alone after tooth loss.

Leave the gap?

Of course, people think about not replacing their teeth, especially if those lost are to the side or the back of the mouth. But doing so leaves an open invitation to neighbouring teeth to drift into the gap, tilt into it and even fall out. Gaps can destabilise all your teeth.

Looking real

Dental implant crowns are handcrafted by technicians so that they blend in with your remaining teeth. They can be sized, shaped and coloured to look like the teeth you have left, or if you don’t have any teeth, like the teeth of someone your age.

Lasting longer

You can expect dental implants in Camden to last for at least 15 years. In fact, many last much longer than that.

Ways to get the teeth you want

It’s just awful when your teeth start to go. Only people have been in your position of watching their teeth fail, can appreciate how it feels to be faced with the prospect of living the rest of your life with gaps, or tooth restorations that will never be as good as your natural teeth were at biting and chewing, talking and smiling. Hard decisions have to be made. Is it worth shelling out all that money for the most effective restorations? Can you justify dental implants in Camden when it’s such a big initial outlay? After all, generations before you made do with dentures and bridges, in fact, back in the mid-20th century, it was even the fashion to have all your teeth removed when you were in your 20s and get dentures.

Dental Implants in CamdenAh, but dentistry has positively leapt forward since then and no dentist these days would recommend such drastic action. Instead, we are all for helping you keep your natural teeth as long as possible. And, if you do lose one, some or all of them, at Ace Dental, we want you to be able to have the best restorations to suit you. And in many cases, that means dental implants in Camden.

Yes, we know they are not cheap. Here at Ace Dental, dental implants in Camden start at £2,500. It seems like a lot of money, especially when you can get a full set of dentures from £695, but, there is a world of difference between these two restoration methods.

Get the whole tooth replaced

The big difference with dental implants in Camden is that the root of the tooth is replaced as well as the crown. The roots are what keep teeth stable and make them capable of withstanding the powerful forces created when we bite and chew. With roots, you don’t have to worry about your teeth sliding around, or falling out when you least expect it. You also don’t have to worry about your jawbone shrinking away until you look like a little old pointy-chinned witch.

Let us help you

Subject to conditions, you can pay for your dental implants with 0% finance, from as little as £52.48 a month.