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If you need to refer your patients

If you are a general dentist in London and you need to refer a patient for dental implants in Ealing, then look no further than Ikon Dental Suite. We are mainly a referral practice and take patients referred to us by dentists from all over the capital.

What we do

Dental Implants in Ealing

At Ikon Dental Suite, one of our main treatments is inserting dental implants in Ealing. Dental implant insertion requires the skills of an experienced dental surgeon, who knows all about how jawbones can deteriorate when there are no longer teeth in them and how to place an implant so that it offers maximum support while avoiding important features in the bone such as blood vessels and nerves.

Complicated procedures

Very often placing dental implants in Ealing is a simple and straightforward matter, but for some patients, especially those who have been without teeth for a while, things can get a bit more complicated. When you refer your patients to us for dental implants in Ealing, you can rest easy in the knowledge that our dental implant surgeons have a wealth of experience in dealing with complicated implant cases.

This may involve preparatory treatments to replace lost bone tissue, either through bone grafts or sinus lifts. Or circumventing lost bone in the upper jaw by using extra-long zygomatic implants that anchor into the dense cheekbone rather than the jawbone.

Denture stabilisation

We also offer a service to stabilise loose dentures, which is becoming increasingly popular as a good half-way treatment that combines the best of both dentures and dental implants for a fraction of the cost of replacing a full arc of lost teeth with dental implants. Your patient’s existing dentures can be customised to attach to dental implants, or they can have a whole new set of dentures. Dentures are attached to ball or bar attachments on the implant abutments.

Nervous patients

We also offer intravenous or oral sedation for nervous patients. We appreciate that for many people, the prospect of having their jawbone worked on for an hour or so is very daunting and that they need some help to be able to relax for the duration of the procedure.

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