Dental Implants Dubai

Dental Implants

Highest success rate with the most accurate procedure

Dental implants have long been recognized by dental experts as the most effective dental procedure of choice for teeth replacement. Dental implants are substitutes for the roots of missing teeth and are designed to last a lifetime. Because they are fused in the jawbone and are not visible once surgically placed, dental implants are the closest you can get to healthy, natural teeth.

With the many years of specialized training and the most advanced facilities, Dr. Michael’s Dental Clinic is now known to be the go-to place in Dubai for dental implants with the highest success rate and the most accurate procedure. At Dr Michael’s Dental Clinic, our oral surgeons don’t just place dental implants, they have trained and dedicated their careers as dental implant experts.

3D Guided Dental Implants
Dental Implants Before Before
Dental Implants After After (All-on-6)
Dental Implants Before Before
Dental Implants After After (All-on-6)
All-on-6™ Implants Before
All-on-6™ Implants After (All-on-6)
Dental implants cases planned on Nobel Clinician, extractions and implants surgery were done using Nobel surgical guide and final restoration made with monolithic zirconia.

Not only did the implants add to my confidence, knowing that they're almost real teeth, but I didn't have to worry with the way I smile or even laugh. I love the way my new teeth perfectly match my features.

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Frelitas, Dubai

Dental Implants: Your Smile Savers

Losing a tooth (or teeth) can be a shattering experience — emotionally and professionally. Aside from the obvious problems of poor physical appearance and damaged self-esteem, missing teeth also cause subsequent dilemmas like loss of chewing ability or ineffective speech.

Dental implants are uniquely stable, eliminating the need for removable or partial dentures. They can also serve as an anchor for other dental prostheses like crowns, bridges and dentures.

With dental implants, you will be able to eat, speak, smile and laugh confidently. You will never have to worry about your teeth all while enjoying your everyday life.

3D Guided Implant Surgery

In the specific field of dental implantology, 3D Guided Surgery (Computer Guided Surgery) means that the insertion of the dental implant is fully three-dimensionally guided during the surgical procedure.

Benefits of 3D Guided Implant Surgery

  • Precise and predictable dental implant placement
  • Eliminates the need for soft tissue incisions
  • Decreased risk of damage to surrounding healthy tissues
  • Reduced postoperative complications such as swelling, bruising and pain
  • Faster healing time
  • Reduced risk of biomechanical complications and failure
3D Guided Implant Surgery

All-on-4 Implants Treatment Concept

Same-day full-arch rehabilitation with only four dental implants

All-on-4® is a technique that uses four tilted dental implants to support an entire lower or upper set of teeth. It is a minimally-invasive and graftless rehabilitation that provides same-day full-arch prosthesis for patients who are missing some or all of their teeth.

A growing number of our patients at Dr. Michael’s have benefitted from All-on-4®. This proven method of replacing teeth is ideal for patients with significant loss of teeth and those who do not have enough bone mass to support conventionally placed dental implants.

Benefits of All-on-4® Treatment Concept

  • Same day teeth replacement in one appointment
  • Eliminates the need for bone grafts
  • Precise and predictable implant placement
  • Reduces postoperative swelling, bruising and pain
  • Improved healing time

All-on-6 Implants Treatment Concept

Same-day full-arch rehabilitation with six dental implants

All-on-6™ is a technique that involves precise and strategic placement of six dental implants using 3D Guided Surgery in the upper or lower jaw to support an arch of the teeth.

This advanced procedure is minimally-invasive thus, reducing chair time and recovery period. With All-on-6™, patients obtain immediate function of their new teeth after the surgery. It is best suited for edentulous or partially edentulous patients with poor bone density in their jaws.

Our All-on-6™ patients at Dr. Michael’s, not only get beautiful smiles, they also enjoy restored facial structure and regain their chewing ability that is difficult to achieve with traditional dentures.

Benefits of All-on-6™ Treatment Concept

  • Full-arch teeth replacement in a one appointment
  • Eliminates the need for bone grafts
  • Precise and predictable implant placement
  • Reduces postoperative swelling, bruising and pain
  • Improved healing time
  • Restores facial structure

Frequently Asked Questions

What factors contribute to long-term success of dental implants?

The amount and quality of the bone and good oral hygiene are the most important factors for long-term success of a dental implant.

Are there any age limitations for dental implants?

No, age in itself is not a limiting factor for using dental implants.

Do implants require special care?

Dental implants should be cared for in the same way as natural teeth, brushing and flossing twice a day.

How often will I need to have my dental implants checked?

The implants should be checked when you have your regular dental check-ups meaning preferably every six months.

How long does the whole dental implant process take? Will I be without teeth or unable to eat for a long time?

It depends on a number of factors, if there is enough bone of good quality the implant can be inserted and a temporary tooth fixed onto the implant within a day – the final ceramic tooth will be fitted within a week. If the process for various reasons takes longer it is possible to make a temporary tooth so you will not have a gap at any time.

Are there same-day implants?

Yes, if there is enough bone of good quality and no infection that is possible to do.

What might be some of the factors that would prevent me from being an implant candidate?

Active infections in the mouth including gum disease has to be treated before implants can be inserted. Diseases affecting the immunesystem reducing immunity is also a limiting factor as are some types of medication affecting the immune system. Finally smoking is a risk factor for long-term success of dental implants.

Is dental implant surgery painful?

Dental implant surgery is usually done as 'keyhole surgery' using a local anaesthetic and is a painless procedure. There is minimal pain and discomfort after which can be easily controlled with painkillers for a short period of time.

When can I return to work after implant surgery?

There is usually no need to be absent from work following implant surgery.

I have diabetes. Can I still have implants?

Yes, but it is important that the blood sugar is well-controlled and that you maintain a good oral hygiene.

I have gum disease. Can I still have implants?

Yes, but the gum disease has to be stabilised so there is no active gum disease when the implant is inserted.

I've had dentures for several years and have lost a lot of jawbone. My lower dentures are floaters and I need help. Can dental implants help me?

Most probably yes, however, a detailed 3D scan of the jaw bones will enable simulation of the implant surgery so we know before doing the surgery what is possible.

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