Dental Implants | Clarendon Dental Spa | Leeds (2023)

Dental Implants | Clarendon Dental Spa | Leeds (1)


Innovative treatment with long-lasting results

Missing a tooth can be extremely uncomfortable, as the things we take for granted such as smiling and eating, are negatively affected. Here at Clarendons, we can replace any missing teeth through implant surgery, where you’ll be receiving treatment from some of the UK’s leading implant surgeons.

In addition to having expert personnel, we use industry-leading, state-of-the-art technology which all ensure a reliable and efficient treatment. Clarendon Dental Spa is one of the busiest practices in Yorkshire - this is because our priority is to provide you with a five-star dental care experience!

The benefits

  • Long term, dental implants have excellent aesthetics that are lifelike and natural.

  • Dental implants have been used for over 30 years and have impressive success rates.

  • Dental implants increase the stability of your Bridge or Denture for eating and speaking.

  • Dental implants can restore lip support and reduce wrinkles.

  • Dental implants preserve jaw bone and gums that usually shrink away after tooth loss.

Dental Implants | Clarendon Dental Spa | Leeds (2)



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“I had five Dental Implants fitted … the procedure was explained and completed to a high standard”



Moudy A


“I had a Dental Implant fitted. The service and quality of work I received was excellent from start to finish”



Andy Norfolk


“I had multiple Dental Implants … Dr Hassan explained everything in great detail … I can only say what a great improvement this has made to my well-being”


How do Dental Implants work?

Dental Implants are carried out under local anaesthetic and can be undertaken with or without sedation. It’s an excellent choice to replace missing teeth.

There is no need to prepare (drill) adjacent healthy teeth as with conventional crown and bridge work.

A dental implant (also known as a tooth implant) consists of a titanium screw that is inserted into the jaw. Implant surgery is a prominent method of tooth replacement.

Tooth implants are used to restore gaps in your mouth by supporting one or more false teeth (e.g. a crown, denture or bridge)

Having implants placed is a simple procedure which will allow you to eat and smile with confidence

The dental implant then becomes surrounded by bone and acts as a stable base to support a cosmetic crown.

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Missing Teeth

Are you missing teeth? Embarrassed about your smile? At our state-of-the-art dental practice, we offer a wide variety of treatments that could be answer for you. There are many drawbacks to missing teeth such as increased risk of tooth decay, difficulty in eating and speaking as well as its appearance!

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Implant Dentures

Worried about loose dentures? Missing out on your favourite snacks? With Implant-supported Dentures, you don’t have to concern yourself with unstable dentures. The entire purpose of Implant Dentures is to provide maximum durability and flexibility, as they can be used to anchor and stabilise existing dentures to the point where it feels like natural teeth! This means that you can eat the foods you like without worrying about dentures falling out.

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Implant Bridges

An implant-supported bridge can be extremely useful, as a traditional dental bridge may damage the neighbouring, natural teeth. However, with an implant-supported bridge, the implants become a protective shield and keep your teeth as natural-looking and healthy as ever!

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All on 4

All on 4 dental implants are a great solution for patients who have either no teeth, or deteriorating teeth. What this procedure does, is it allows you to replace an entire arch or even both arches on the same day. This means by the time you walk out, you’ll have a confident, natural looking smile!

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3D Scan

At Clarendons, we pride ourselves on staying ahead of the curve, particularly in regards to the technology we employ at our contemporary dental practice. There’s no greater demonstration of this than with our 3D scanning technology – where we can scan a patient’s face with expert precision, to ensure a perfect match for your dental requirements.

We will virtually plan your dental implant case, in order to allow us to achieve precision and excellence!

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Key facts to remember

After-care is imperative to preserving Dental Implants

After-care is essential if you want to have long-lasting and successful dental implants. Your cosmetic dentist will provide full after-care advice and assistance following placement of your dental implants. Cleaning around the teeth attached to the dental implants is no more difficult than cleaning natural teeth. However, there may be areas that are difficult to reach around the dental implant, but you’ll be shown methods to help you. You may need to visit your hygienist more often but your cosmetic dentist will be able to advise you regarding this.

Dental Implant placement is pain-free!

Dental implant placement is done painlessly under local anaesthetic. A small cut is made in your gum to expose the bone where your tooth/teeth are missing. A hole is created and the cylindrical titanium implant is inserted. The gum is then stitched back over the implant and left to heal for a few months. This is to allow the bone to grow around the dental implant (osseointegrate), making it secure.

Most patients can receive Dental Implants

Generally, most people are suitable for dental implants. Our experienced Implant team will

discuss your medical history with you and examine carefully during your assessment visit, to see whether you are suitable for dental implants or not. Typically, as long as your medical and dental history are well controlled, you'll be able to enjoy long-term success with dental implants.

Implant placement is straight-forward when you have experts in the field. Clarendon's highly experienced Implant Dentist, Dr. Hassan Maghaireh, is actively involved in teaching dental implants to dentists both nationally and internationally.

The whole process is extremely quick!

After placement of the dental implants, the dental implants need to bond (osseointegrate) with the jaw bone. This takes at least 2 months in the lower jaw and 3 months in the upper jaw. Sometimes the dental implants may be stable enough to be attached much sooner than this. If you are having one, two or three teeth replaced, you will have a temporary restoration in the meantime. If you have complete dentures, then these can be worn throughout the healing period once they've been modified after the surgery, up until your Dental Implant Dentures are ready. Our Implant team will assess your case and in certain instances, will be able to speed up the healing procedure and provide you with same day implant tooth (immediate loading).


What happens after I set an appointment?

Our experienced Implant team will assess you prior to starting treatment and can answer any questions you may have in more detail.

This way, prior to surgery, you’ll have all the information you need, and you’ll be safe in the knowledge that our dentists will provide the quality care and service you deserve. Our clinicians have great experience in oral surgery and have completed dental implant training in the UK, US and Europe.

Are Dental Implants safe and how long do they last?

Dental implants have been proven to work successfully over the last 30 years. For more info, visit

With the right care, dental implants can last for many years.Your cosmetic dentist can advise you on how long your dental implants are expected to last.

I still have some of my own teeth, can I still have Dental Implants?

Yes. You can have any number of teeth replaced with dental implants, as implant surgery can range from having a single implant, to replacing multiple teeth.

What happens after the Dental Implants are placed?

Your cosmetic dentist will provide full after-care instructions and relevant pain relief.

- Do not smoke, drive or exercise for the rest of the day after having dental implants.
- Eat soft foods for the first day and keep good oral hygiene.
- Use a chlorhexidine mouth wash ever day after dental implant placement (e.g. Corsodyl), for the first week

We will also provide you with your after-care pack, which will contain everything you need to look after your dental implants, after implant surgery.

Can I remove the teeth that are attached to the Dental Implants?

No. As teeth attached to dental implants can only be placed and removed by the cosmetic dentist.

However, if you have Dental Implant Dentures fixed to the dental implants by bars, then you’ll be able to take them out for cleaning

What happens if the Dental Implants don't bond (integrate) with the bone?

Fortunately, dental implant non-integration is rare.

If the dental implant becomes loose after or during the healing period, it can be easily removed and healing would take place in the normal way.

Once the jaw has healed, another dental implant can be placed there, or the cosmetic dentist can make a dental bridge if appropriate

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