In-house implant treatment at Elstead Dental Surgery

Dental implants look, feel and function like natural teeth. They are made from a tiny titanium rod which acts as a replacement ‘root’ of a missing tooth. Implants can be used to replace single or multiple teeth without the need to compromise healthy teeth. In addition implants can be of great help to secure a loose denture and is able to support a single or several false teeth in the form of crowns, bridges or dentures.

At Elstead Dental Surgery we offer in house implant treatment specific to your individual needs. Our dentist work closely together to provide your dental implant treatment in a thorough and clinical environment. Dr Pitamber uses his experience to place your dental implant in the optimum position in a calm and gentle manner.

We use Biohorizons implants, which carry a Lifetime Warranty. There are hundreds if not thousands implant manufactures out there, so it is important to choose a system which is well known and well-researched.

After the placement of the implant, your dentist carries out the restoration phase finally giving you a beautiful functional tooth or teeth.

Most of us take our teeth for granted, but they are so much more that just tools for eating. There are a number of good reasons to choose dental implants so please click here or pop into see us to find out more.

Here to Help in the Event of Emergency

Same day appointments during surgery hours

Out of Hours Service is available for all our registered patients

Please contact the practice on 01252 702477 if you have a dental emergency. Click here for full contact details.

Children Are Special

Our aim is for your child to grow up with happy dental experiences

We take a preventative approach

Examinations are FREE for children under the age of 16, if one parent is a regular attender. Click here for full details.

CFast

Cosmetic Tooth Alignment

What is CFast?

Fast & gentle cosmetic orthodontic treatment to straighten your adult teeth & significantly improve the appearance of your teeth. Click here for full details.