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The Dental Implant Institute, are world leaders in dental implants located in London with a national and international array of patients from single tooth replacement to full arch complex reconstructions.

Our institute is a beacon of innovation in dental care, offering an array of advanced implant procedures, including All on Four Implants, Full Arch Dental Implants, One Stage or Same Day Implants, and Sinus Lifts. At The Dental Implant Institute, we are dedicated to restoring smiles with precision, artistry, and the highest level of patient care. We are the clinic that other clinics refer to, with a reputations of world-class care in dental implants.

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The Dental Implant Institute London - Dental Implants Chelsea

Choosing the right clinic for your dental implants in Chelsea and London is crucial. At The Dental Implant Institute, we combine decades of specialised experience with the latest in dental technology to provide outstanding results. Our team of renowned dental implantologists and specialists is committed to transforming smiles through state-of-the-art implant technology. Each patient receives a personalised approach, ensuring treatments are tailored to their unique needs and budget.

Dental implants present a secure and long-lasting remedy for missing teeth. This ground-breaking procedure entails several steps, starting with the insertion of a screw into the jawbone to act as a substitute root. Over several months, the jawbone fuses with the implant through a process called osseointegration, ensuring stability and strength. After firmly securing the screw, a crown or denture is affixed to complete the restoration. With their longevity, durability, customised fit, and natural appearance, dental implants in SW3 are designed to endure a lifetime and provide a robust and stable bite. The artificial tooth is meticulously crafted to blend seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, making the replacements virtually indistinguishable. Their versatility allows for tailored solutions, whether for a single tooth or multiple teeth replacement.

The treatment process is relatively straightforward and causes minimal discomfort, with a recovery period of approximately 8 weeks. Dental implants provided by our clinic near to Chelsea also offers oral health advantages by preserving the jawbone’s structure, supporting adjacent teeth, and aiding in gum disease treatment. Overall, dental implants in Chelsea are an extraordinary procedure, capable of transforming smiles and instilling confidence. It’s important to note that the duration and specific details of the dental implant surgery may vary depending on the patient’s unique circumstances, so it is recommended to consult with a dental professional for personalised information and advice.

The All-on-4 dental implant procedure is a revolutionary approach that completely replaces all teeth in the upper, lower, or both dental arches. Unlike removable dentures, the dentures attached to four dental implants have the appearance, sensation, and functionality of natural teeth. They provide a strong and enduring solution that enables individuals to maintain their regular lives without compromise or concern. One of the main benefits of the All-on-4 procedure is that the replacement teeth are fixed in place. They are permanently attached to the dental implants, eliminating the need for dental adhesives and the inconvenience of removing them for cleaning or at night. This makes them more convenient and comfortable compared to traditional dentures.

The All-on-4 implant procedure in Chelsea, Brompton and London also offers the advantage of completing the treatment in a single session, rather than multiple appointments. With only four implants inserted into the jawbone, the surgery time is reduced, minimising the risk of discomfort. Another benefit of the All-on-4 technique is that it utilises the stronger bone at the front of the jaw, eliminating the need for bone grafting. This not only saves time but also avoids the invasiveness and cost associated with bone grafting procedures. Overall, the All-on-4 dental implant procedure in Brompton and Chelsea provides a life-changing experience for individuals who are tired of ill-fitting dentures or have few remaining teeth. It offers a permanent, stable, and secure solution that resembles and functions like natural teeth, allowing individuals to regain their confidence and enjoy a normal lifestyle.

Zygomatic dental implants in SW3 are a specialised type of dental implant used in cases where there is insufficient bone in the upper jaw to support traditional implants. The first thing we do, is a CAT scan, which enables us to create a three-dimensional image of your mouth, gums, bone condition and nerve health. Unlike traditional implants that are anchored in the jawbone, zygomatic implants provided by our dental clinic near to Chelsea are anchored with extra-long rods in the zygomatic bone, also known as the cheekbone.

This in turn restores the jaw’s structure and provides a strong foundation for replacement teeth. This is a ground-breaking, innovative solution for individuals, restoring their ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. Also, benefitting people with weak jawbones, severe bone loss, congenital defects, or jaw trauma, and are unable to undergo traditional dental implant procedures.

These implants provide a more secure alternative by utilising the cheekbone for support, eliminating the need for bone grafting and multiple surgeries and enjoy the benefits of a stable and functional smile. Zygomatic implants only require a single surgery, reducing treatment time and minimising discomfort and recovery or the need for bone grafting procedures. Unlike traditional implants that require extensive bone grafting, zygomatic implants in Chelsea, Brompton and London offers a simpler, more efficient approach. With proper care, these implants can last a lifetime, providing patients with a natural-looking smile and restoring normal oral function. This is quite an invasive surgery, and does take longer to heal, so it is crucial to seek treatment from a qualified implant dentist specialising in zygomatic implants.

Have you lost an individual tooth through trauma, decay or gum disease? When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, dental implants in Chelsea are a popular and effective choice. One of the main reasons patients opt for dental implants is because gaps in their teeth can significantly impact their ability to eat and chew certain foods. Missing teeth can affect speech and lead to the movement of other teeth. This can often lead to premature aging of the face, as the teeth and bones no longer provide the necessary support. Dental implants provided by our clinic near to SW3 fill the empty space, preventing bone loss and maintaining a youthful appearance.

A missing tooth can also have a negative impact on your self-esteem. Many people feel self-conscious about their smile when they have a gap in their teeth. Dental implants provide a perfect replacement without affecting the surrounding healthy teeth, giving patients their confidence back. The process of placing a dental implant involves inserting a titanium post into the jawbone to replace the roots of the missing tooth. This post is left to integrate with the bone over a few months. During this period, a temporary tooth is fitted to ensure that the post is never visible. Once integration is complete, a permanent, custom-made crown is screwed onto the post. This crown looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth and can be cleaned using standard oral hygiene techniques.

The cost of dental implants in Chelsea and Brompton can vary depending on the number of implants and the complexity of the treatment, however with proper care, a well-maintained implant can last a lifetime making it a cost-effective solution for many.

Implant-secured dentures in Chelsea and London, also known as implant-supported dentures or over-dentures, are an excellent solution for individuals who have lost multiple teeth and want a more stable and secure option than traditional dentures. Implant-secured dentures offer several advantages, including improved stability, enhanced comfort, and increased biting and chewing ability. They eliminate the need for messy adhesives and prevent denture slippage or clicking sounds while speaking or eating. With proper care and maintenance, implant-secured dentures can provide a long-lasting and natural-looking smile.

An implant-supported denture from our clinic near to Chelsea, Kensington and Brompton replaces several teeth at once. Itโ€™s similar to a traditional denture. But instead of resting on top of your gums, an implant-supported denture attaches directly to your jawbone using dental implants. Dental implants are tiny threaded posts that replace missing teeth roots. Implant-supported dentures offer improved stability for chewing, eating and speaking.

For patients in the Chelsea area who have lost all their teeth or need to have them removed, wearing traditional removable dentures may not be an appealing option. These dentures can become uncomfortable and loose over time, causing difficulties with eating and speaking. Fortunately, we offer an alternative solution that can transform your life using the latest technology and techniques.

This procedure not only restores your smile but also improves your overall quality of life. Dental implants play a crucial role in maintaining your facial structures by preserving the remaining bone in your jaws. This helps minimise wrinkles around the mouth by restoring lost lip-support and significantly enhances your ability to chew.

Full arch dental implants, also known as full mouth dental implants or full mouth reconstruction, are a revolutionary solution for individuals who have lost all or most of their teeth. This advanced dental procedure involves the placement of multiple dental implants to support a full arch of prosthetic teeth.

Unlike traditional dentures, which can slip or move during speaking or eating, full arch dental implants in Chelsea provide a stable and secure foundation for artificial teeth. The implants are surgically inserted into the jawbone, where they fuse with the bone over time through a process called osseointegration. This integration creates a strong and permanent anchor for the replacement teeth. Full Arch Implant therapy enables you to replace the entire arch using only four titanium implants. These implants are strategically placed at an angle that ensures exceptional stability.

One of the key benefits of full arch dental implants is the restoration of natural biting and chewing ability. With implant-supported teeth, individuals can enjoy a wide range of foods without restrictions. This procedure not only enhances the overall quality of life, but also improves nutritional intake, restores your smile, improves oral function, and regains your confidence.

Full arch dental implants offer a long-lasting solution. With proper care and maintenance, they can last a lifetime, making them a cost-effective choice in the long run. Additionally, they provide a natural-looking smile, as the prosthetic teeth are custom-designed to match the shape, size, and colour of the patient’s natural teeth.

Full arch dental implants available in Chelsea, Kensington, Brompton and London help to preserve the jawbone and prevent bone loss, which can occur when teeth are missing. By stimulating the jawbone through the implant posts, full arch dental implants promote bone growth and maintain the facial structure.

If you’re looking for a permanent solution for multiple missing teeth, All-on-6 dental implants from our clinic in the Chelsea area is an ideal choice. This advanced technique uses six titanium posts to replace entire sets of teeth, ensuring a beautiful smile without the worries of loose or slipping dentures. All-on-6 dental implants are perfect for individuals who have lost multiple teeth due to injury, infection, or other causes. Compared to traditional dental restoration methods, All-on-6 implants offer increased longevity and durability. With proper care, they outlast conventional bridges or dentures, making them a more cost-effective long-term solution. These implants provide superior support and stability, acting as secure anchors for replacement teeth. This results in a more natural and robust chewing ability, as well as improved speech functions. Additionally, All-on-6 dental implant treatment is significantly quicker than alternative methods.

All-on-6 dental implants in London and the UK are considered superior as we offer a superior quality of materials, with implants made from top-grade titanium material known for its strength and durability. In contrast, implant systems in other countries may use lower quality grades of titanium that may not have the same longevity or performance over time.
The expertise and proficiency of our dentists in Chelsea and London really does surpass their counterparts abroad. Dentists in the UK adhere to rigorous standards in terms of qualifications, training, and ongoing education, ensuring a high level of skill in placing implants.

Comprehensive aftercare services are provided by dental practices in the UK, including check-ups and follow-up appointments to ensure proper healing of the implants. This level of care may not always be readily available abroad, posing challenges for patients seeking adequate aftercare.

All-on-6 implant systems provided by our clinics near to Chelsea and across London improves a patient’s dental condition and overall well-being, enabling swift restoration of both function and aesthetics.

Our dental implant procedure in Chelsea and across London offers a secure solution for replacing missing teeth, giving you a brand new, natural smile. Instead of individual implants for each missing tooth, we use a stable and cost-effective approach. Implants are placed at either end of the tooth gap, and a dental bridge is used to restore chewing function with a minimum number of implants.

Unlike traditional bridge treatments that can damage healthy teeth, our dental implant technology eliminates the need for such harm. The bridge is anchored to implants bonded with your jaw, providing a strong and durable support.

The implant itself is a titanium screw that acts as a root. This straightforward process is done under local anaesthetic. It takes three to six months for the implant to heal and bond with your jawbone, creating a solid foundation for your replacement teeth.

Temporary replacement teeth are fitted during the implant placement and remain until your final restoration appointment at our clinic.

Once your jaw has fully healed, an abutment is attached to the implant to securely hold your replacement teeth, whether it’s a crown or a dental bridge. Abutments can be made from titanium, gold, or porcelain, and can be standard fit or custom-crafted to meet your specific needs. These options offer a range of aesthetic results, ensuring your replacement teeth match the colour to any existing teeth, so you are left with a natural looking smile. Multiple dental implants in Chelsea offers a long-lasting solution, improving oral health, speech, and chewing abilities.

Chelsea is in the London postcode SW3

Our dentists and dental specialists in Chelsea also serve the following local post codes:

SW7 SW8 SW1 SW11 SW10

Our specialist dental clinics in London provide all forms of dental implants and other specialist dental treatments in central, greater and outer London:

We have provided all-on-4 implants to clients in South Kensington, zygomatic implants to South Lambeth based patients, immediate load implants in Westminster, full arch dental implants to patients in Battersea, all on six implants in West Brompton, multiple tooth implants in the Nine Elms area, single dental implants in Belgravia, implant overdentures to patients in Pimlico, guided implant surgery in Clapham Junction, implant-supported removable partial dentures Worlds End.

Dental Implant Treatments in Chelsea

Specialist Dental Implant Consultants

Our exceptional team has been specially selected for their high levels of knowledge and skill - qualities that are testament to our outstanding provision.

Dr Javier Perez

๐Ÿฆท Dental Implant and Oral Surgeon


Dr. Sanjay Patel

๐Ÿ‘จโ€โš•๏ธ Lead Implant and Reconstructive Surgeon

Dr. Bruno Delaunay

๐Ÿ‘จโ€โš•๏ธ Periodontist / Gum Health Specialist

Pofessor Horia Barbu

๐Ÿฆท Renowned Dental Implant Surgeon

The Dental Implant Process

Consultation and Planning

  1. Initial Consultation:
    • Dental and medical history review.
    • Examining oral health, which may include X-rays or 3D scans.
    • Discussion about options, expectations, and treatment plan.
  2. Treatment Planning:
    • Deciding on the number and location of implants needed.
    • Assessing bone quality and determining if bone grafting is required.

Pre-Procedural Steps

  1. Tooth Extractions:

    • Removal of any remaining damaged teeth.
    • Allowing time for healing and bone stabilization.
  2. Bone Grafting (if necessary):

    • Strengthening the jawbone to ensure it can support the implants.
    • Undergoing a healing period before implant surgery.

Implant Surgery

  1. Implant Placement:
    • Administering anesthesia or sedation.
    • Placing implants in the jawbone through a surgical procedure.
    • Waiting for osseointegration, wherein the bone grows around the implant. This may take a few weeks to several months.

Prosthetic Phase

  1. Abutment Placement:

    • Once osseointegration is confirmed, placing the abutment (connector) on top of the implants.
    • Healing and shaping of gum tissue may require a few additional weeks.
  2. Impressions for Prosthetic:

    • Making impressions or utilizing digital scans of the mouth to fabricate the dental bridge or partial denture.
  3. Attaching the Prosthetic:

    • Securing a fixed bridge or a partial denture to the abutments.
    • Ensuring correct fit, bite, and aesthetic appearance.

Aftercare and Maintenance

  1. Recovery:
    • Following post-procedure instructions to manage pain, swelling, and prevent infection.
  2. Oral Hygiene:
    • Maintaining good oral hygiene through regular brushing, flossing, and possibly using additional tools like interdental brushes or water flossers.
  3. Follow-up Visits:
    • Regular check-ups to ensure the proper function and health of the implants and prosthetics.
    • Periodic cleaning and monitoring by dental professionals.

Long-Term Care

  1. Continuous Care:
    • Ensuring continuous adherence to recommended oral hygiene practices.
    • Possibly replacing the prosthetic component after several years of use, while the implants themselves can last a lifetime with proper care.

Before And After


Patient Stories

I lost my two front teeth whilst at school and had complications for years. Unfortunately I ended up needing an implant โ€“ which I had been avoiding! I wish I had done it sooner. Dr Javier was fantastic and guided me through each stage. He was always contactable to answer any queries or concerns. Very happy with the end result and would recommend.
Sarah Thompson
A great surgery; Dr Javier in particular spent time with me to make sure my new night guards fitted well and were up to the job
Paul Rand
The Dental Implant Institute has been an excellent dentist surgery that I have been attending as a patient for many years. When I was young I didnโ€™t have a pleasant experience with my local dentist on more than one occasion. I found the dentist at The Dental Implant Institute very reassuring and comforting. The management and reception were also very welcoming.
Irene Braswell


Please find a selection of FAQs relating to Dental Implants.ย 

Dental implants are highly successful, with rates above 99%, using the protocols developed at the Dental Implant institute. We are pioneers in dental implant surgical workflows.

We prioritise patient comfort. The procedure is performed under effective anesthesia, and sedation options are available for anxious patients. You should feel no pain and be comfortable at all stages.

With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, although the crown may need replacement due to wear.

Implants require the same care as natural teeth โ€“ regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. Although implants cannot decay, they may be susceptible to gum disease, so maintaining good oral hygiene is essential. We have a team of hygienist ready to ensure your peri implant health is maintained.

After the implant procedure, it’s normal to experience some swelling and tenderness in the area for a few days. You may be advised to eat soft foods initially. As the implant heals and integrates with your jawbone, it will feel more like your natural teeth.

Most adults with good general and oral health are eligible for dental implants. However, certain conditions like uncontrolled diabetes, severe gum disease, or certain medications may affect your suitability. A thorough evaluation is necessary to determine if implants are right for you.

The healing process, known as osseointegration, is when the implant fuses with the jawbone. This can take several months, during which you may have a temporary crown or denture. It’s important to follow post-operative instructions to ensure successful healing.

Absolutely. Implants can be used to secure full dentures, making them more stable and comfortable. This technique, known as implant-supported dentures, provides a significant improvement in chewing ability and overall dental function compared to traditional dentures.

There is no upper age limit for dental implants; they can be a viable option for patients in their senior years, as long as they are in good general health and have adequate bone density. For younger patients, implants are typically recommended once jaw growth is complete, usually around the late teens or early twenties.

Immediate load implants allow for the placement of a temporary tooth during the same appointment as your implant placement. This is usually possible when certain clinical criteria are met, offering the benefit of leaving our office with a full smile.

Adequate bone density is crucial for implant success, as the implant needs to fuse with the bone. If bone density is insufficient, procedures like bone grafting might be necessary to create a solid foundation for the implant.

Yes, implants can replace single or multiple teeth. Multiple teeth can be replaced with individual implants, or with fewer implants supporting fixed bridgework, depending on the situation and bone availability.

Immediately after the surgery, it’s best to stick to soft foods to avoid putting pressure on the implant site. As your mouth heals and adjusts to the implant, you can gradually return to your normal diet.

Delaying tooth replacement can lead to bone loss, shifting of adjacent teeth, and changes in your bite. This can complicate future attempts to place an implant and may require additional procedures like bone grafting.

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