Book a complimentary consultation with Dr. Ali today and find out more about the benefits of dental implants and all the treatment options available to you.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into a jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. A dental implant is an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.
Dental implants are quite simply the best way to replace a missing tooth. A dental implant replaces both the lost natural tooth and its root. In addition to looking and functioning like a natural tooth, a dental implant replaces a single tooth without sacrificing the health of neighbouring teeth.
If you are missing several teeth, implant-supported bridges or dentures can replace them. Dental implants provide several advantages over other teeth replacement options. In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, implant-supported bridges replace teeth without support from adjacent natural teeth. Other common treatments for the loss of several teeth, such as fixed bridges or removable partial dentures, are dependent on support from adjacent teeth.
Because implant-supported bridges will replace some of your tooth roots, your bone is better preserved.
An implant over denture fits over your own remaining natural teeth roots or dental implants that have been installed by your dental clinician. The retained root or implant provides you with excellent stability and support for your denture implants.
Unlike traditional dentures, root-supported or implant-supported overdentures or implant dentures are held in place by dental attachments which provide the retentive strength that you desire. An attachment retained implant overdenture will provide maximum retention, increase in function, and added health benefits.
Teeth in a day is a method of dental implant treatment that allows a patient to get a full fixed set of upper teeth on dental implants in around six hours.
This can work even when there is little bone available because it utilises angled implant components, so that implants can be placed where there is bone available. An advanced connection system allows us to create a strong durable bridge that can last for many years in excellent condition, without the need to replace it with a new one, a few months later.
graduated from the University of Dundee Dental School in 1989
Our principal dentist, Dr Anjali Shahi (GDC Number 64931), graduated from the University of Dundee Dental School in 1989. She then completed a Masters degree where she specialised in restorative dentistry including complex crowns, bridges and veneers.
She gained much experience working at a variety of dental practices and lecturing part time at Manchester Dental Hospital. Anjali has developed expertise in a wide variety of general and cosmetic dental procedures as well as facial aesthetics. She is thoroughly experienced in dental implants and bone grafting.
Anjali is committed to keeping up with modern dentistry, and visits dental conferences in both the UK and US. Her goal is to provide a high quality dental practice in Manchester with exceptional patient care.
An experienced team who have helped hundreds of patients to regain their natural smiles again.
Full compliance with new Covid-19 regulations in the dental setting.
At Manor Dentist Manchester we use the latest technology and highest standard implant materials.
Easy payment options available.
Safety measures against Coronavirus and other airborne viruses undertaken.
We endeavour to make the treatment journey as comfortable and as painless as possible.
Dentist has completed a master degree specialiased in restorative dentistry.
We use only UK dental laboratories with guaranteed treatment outcomes.
Free online consultations available.
I had my first ever appointment at this dentist, it was with the hygienist and the whole process was great. The staff were very polite and friendly, the hygienist was lovely as well and gave me some advice. Would definitely recommend!
- There are very few reasons why you are not clinically eligible for having dental implants. The only real condition which will not allow an implant to be placed is if you are taking or have had a particular medication, Bisphosphonates, (an anti-osteoporosis drug), if you have never heard of it, then you probably have not had it.
- As soon as your jaw has stopped developing (around seventeen years old), then you are a candidate for implants.
- Lacking bone in an area is not usually a problem in placing implants, as there are many techniques to solve this limitation.
- As with any dental structure, good dental hygiene must be maintained at all times.
-Smoking does reduce the life expectancy of any dental structure and implants are no different.
Unlike other parts of dentistry, implant dentistry involves working with healthy tissues only, this means tissues are able to adapt and heal very quickly, resulting in a painless experience.
We offer EASY PAYMENT OPTIONS, we offer one of the best prices in the area, without compromising on the quality of materials. Our clinicians are highly qualified. With this ease, how can you afford not to?
We offer replacing multiple teeth, full jaw implants, implants over dentures and All on 4 / Smile in a day implants.
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