Professor Paul Tipton

Dentist – International Lecturer – Mentor




A second option for tooth loss are Dental Implants. Using a titanium dental implant a new titanium root is fixed into position to replace the missing tooth (teeth). A screw-in post is then used to support the dental crown(s) or dental bridgework. Loss of a tooth can impact your life, whether it be causing difficulty when eating or limiting what you can eat, to being embarrassed about your smile or losing confidence. A dental implant and attached dental crown is such a life-like replacement that you will no longer have to worry about which foods you can or can’t eat, but also no one will ever realise that the dental implant isn’t a real tooth !

This gentleman was wearing a partial denture – “palate” – which was old and worn and he was unhappy chewing with it in this “modern age”. Two implants were placed and a three unit fixed bridge placed to give a permanent fixed solution.


What is a Prosthodontist?
A Prosthodontist is a dental specialist, as recognised by the General Dental Council (GDC), who specialises in veneers, crowns, dental implants, bridgework and much more. read more
Professor Tipton shares a few of his cases to show the fantastic results he has achieved in giving his patients the smiles they deserve. read more
Professor Tipton's clinic locations. read more
A highly respected specialist in Prosthodontics, Paul has published many scientific articles in the dental press. read more

Contact Us
If you would like to speak to one of Professor Tipton’s dedicated team now please call 07876 346763 Alternatively complete the form below. Fields marked with * are mandatory. read more
Professor Paul Tipton has compiled all the popular questions his patients have asked him over the years to make sure you have the answers you need before you book your appointment. read more
"...I have had lots of treatment and have ended up with a wonderful white smile and now my husband, myself and two daughters visit the practice on a regular basis..." Susan L read more
Common Problems
Professor Tipton has compiled some cases of the most common problems he has seen from gaps and spaces to periodontal disease. read more

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