Hakimi Dental Clinic – Dentist in Oldbury

51A New Birmingham Rd, Oldbury B69 2JQ

Dental Implants Oldbury

We understand that missing a single or multiple teeth can have a strong impact on your confidence and oral health. Dental implants are a modern and effective solution to restore your smile and enhance your overall well-being!

What is a

Dental Implant

how a dental implant looks like

A dental implant is a sophisticated and durable tooth replacement option designed to mimic the natural structure and function of a tooth. Comprising a small titanium post, the implant is surgically placed into the jawbone, effectively acting as an artificial tooth root.

Over time, the jawbone fuses with the implant in a process called osseointegration, creating a sturdy foundation. Once integrated, a custom-made crown, bridge, or denture is affixed onto the implant, completing the restoration.

Dental implants offer a natural appearance, exceptional stability, and functionality, making them a long-lasting solution for individuals with missing teeth.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Rediscover your smile

Dental implants extend far beyond the restoration of smiles, offering a range of profound benefits that contribute to both oral health and overall well-being.


Eat & speak as normal

They enhance oral functionality by providing a stable and secure foundation for biting and chewing. This stability goes beyond cosmetic appeal, offering practical benefits such as improved speech and the ability to enjoy a diverse range of foods without restrictions. This, in turn, positively impacts nutritional intake and overall digestive health.


Prevention of adjacent teeth

Unlike dental bridges, which may require the alteration of neighbouring teeth for support, implants stand independently. This independence ensures the preservation of the natural tooth structure in surrounding teeth, promoting long-term oral health.



They are a lasting investment in oral health. Unlike traditional bridges or dentures that may need replacement or adjustments over time, well-maintained dental implants can endure for a long time.

Types of

Dental Implants

Single tooth

When a single tooth is missing or in need of replacement, our single dental implant solution offers a precise and natural-looking restoration. The process involves the surgical placement of a titanium post into the jawbone, functioning like a natural tooth root. Over time, the implant integrates with the jawbone, creating a stable foundation.


This innovative approach to full arch restoration involves strategically placing four titanium implants in the jaw, providing unparalleled stability for a complete set of upper or lower teeth. The All-on-4 technique offers immediate results, allowing you to get a fully functional and aesthetically pleasing smile on the same day.

Find out if dental implants are the right choice for you!

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The process of Dental Implants

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Consultation and assessment

The journey to dental implants begins with a consultation and assessment. During this initial phase, our experienced dentist evaluates your oral health, discusses your goals, and considers various factors such as bone density. This helps to determine if dental implants are the right choice for you.


Implant placement

Once the decision is made to proceed with dental implants, the surgical phase begins. The titanium post is precisely and surgically implanted into the jawbone. This step is crucial for the subsequent osseointegration process, where the implant fuses with the jawbone over time, creating a strong and stable foundation.



After implant placement, a healing period ensues. During this time, the jawbone gradually integrates with the titanium implant through a process called osseointegration. This integration is vital for the stability of the implant and mimics the natural connection between tooth roots and the jawbone. The duration of this healing phase varies but typically ranges from a few weeks to a few months.


Custom restoration

Once osseointegration is complete, the final step involves attaching a custom-made restoration to the implant. This could be a crown for a single missing tooth, a bridge for multiple missing teeth, or a denture for a full arch restoration. The restoration is meticulously crafted to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, providing both aesthetic appeal and functional capability.

Happy client
Right at the first call, customer service was top tier! Lovey Receptionist, Super clean facilities & friendly staff. The dentist was great, took time to explain things and provided a great experience (even though it was dental). Gave recommendations on things to try and buy that weren't for their gain but for my well-being.
Rafal K
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