Dental Implants

Missing teeth do not only affect the function of your dental system; these may affect your facial aesthetics in ways you have not considered, as well. Without teeth, the stimulation of your jawbone will not be facilitated. This in turn may lead to the collapse of the facial contours, a factor that will make you look old.

Solutions like bridges and dentures are often the first options. If you are looking for a procedure that offers lasting benefits, be sure to consult our dental implants dentist in Milton Keynes.

We offer dental implants here at Northlight Dental. Essentially, implants are substitute for a natural tooth root. These are usually made of titanium and are placed into a socket meticulously created at the location of the intended tooth.

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Want to find out more about this excellent treatment option? Call us today on 01908 584461 to book a free consultation with our dedicated treatment coordinator.

A Long-Term Solution

Dental implants provide the most stable and reliable support for artificial teeth. Once we have fastened the implants, the bone will grow directly onto the surface, providing a firm hold for your crown, bridge and even denture.

Replacing missing tooth can affect the adjacent areas within your mouth. For instance, the adjacent teeth will have to double their work to compensate for the lost tooth. As a result, the jawbone recedes once the amount of stimulation, which is important for bone growth, has changed.

Bringing Back Confidence

The ultimate benefit of dental implants treatment in Milton Keynes is that these help bring back your confidence. You no longer have to be conscious about smiling. Eating and speaking will not be hard work anymore. Without these common insecurities, you can enjoy life without worry.

What is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is essentially a substitute for a natural tooth root. They are made from titanium and are placed into a socket carefully created at the location of the intended tooth. Once the implant has been placed, bone will grow directly onto its surface, providing the foundation for long term stability. Following a period of healing, the implant can then be used to support a crown, bridge or even a denture.


If you have a tooth that needs to be removed, an implant can be placed straight after the tooth is extracted. And, if you are worried that you will be left with a space, often we are able to fit a temporary crown onto the implant on the same day. This means you will walk out the practice with a new tooth in position.

If you have any questions, please call us and we will be happy to answer them for you.


Call us to book a consultation on 01908 584461