Nilesh Parmar

Nilesh Parmar

Author at Dentistry Online

Nilesh was named in the 2021 Dentistry Top 50. He won Young Dentist of the Year at the 2014 Dental Awards and Best Young Dentist in the east of England in 2009 at the Dentistry Awards. He was shortlisted at the Private Dentistry Awards in the category of Outstanding Individual 2011 and received Highly Commended for Best Dentist South at the 2013 Dental Awards. He runs Parmar Dental and his own healthcare consultancy firm, NP Consulting.
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Implant insights – the implant consultation

In this month’s column, Nilesh Parmar walks us through the implant consultation and lists things clinicians need to consider with their patients. As an implant surgeon, you will have patients referred specifically for replacement of a single or multiple teeth. The implant consult is key in assessing suitability, medical history, needs, expectations and financial considerations. … Continued

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Immediate implant placement – pros and cons

Nilesh Parmar examines how immediate implant placement can help skilled clinicians keep up with patient demands. When implant dentistry first became mainstream, the tried and tested protocol of removing the tooth, allowing the site to heal for three to six months, placing the implant, then waiting another three to six months before loading, was commonplace. … Continued

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Implant insights – the indemnity issue

Nilesh Parmar discusses the growing indemnity costs that come with offering dental implants and how to encourage more dentists to take it up. Dental implants aren’t really taught at university. Yes students are given a one/two-day course on them, practising on models. But actual clinical experience is very limited. Therefore students qualify with little or … Continued

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Implant insights – the implant impression

In the latest implant insights, Nilesh Parmar explores the different methods of taking impressions and the different materials available. Impression techniques in dentistry remained unchanged for several years, before the use of intraoral scanners. Prior to this, impressions were taken in conventional or special trays with a silicone compound usually the material of choice. Over … Continued

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Implant insights – screw versus cement retained implant restorations

In this month’s implant insights column, Nilesh Parmar compares cement retained implants with screw retained implants. There has always been debate in implant dentistry over the optimal way to secure an implant prosthesis onto an implant fixture. Currently there are two primary ways to provide restorations on dental implant fixtures. The cement retained solution This … Continued

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Implant insights – the immediate implant

Nilesh Parmar launches his new column Implant Insights. To kick start he looks at immediate implant placement to keep up with patient demands. When implant dentistry first became mainstream, the tried and tested protocol of removing the tooth, allowing the site to heal for three to six months, then placing the implant, then waiting another … Continued

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90 seconds with…Nilesh Parmar

We find out a little more about Nilesh Parmar and his life in dentistry. More about Nilesh Parmar In 2004, aged 22, Nilesh graduated youngest in his class at the Barts & London Dental School. After qualifying Nilesh carried out the one-year mandatory vocational training at a small dental practice in Gt Dunmow, Essex. He … Continued

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Always developing

Dentistry.co.uk asks Nilesh Parmar why he decided to work with a dental imaging referral centre. Dentistry.co.uk: What were your main reasons for seeking a dental imaging referral centre? Nilesh Parmar: The clinic I work at in London does not have a cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) machine on site. We tried using local practices with … Continued

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Acquiring the CEO mindset

Nilesh Parmar discusses the important business lessons he learnt from CEO, Jean Claude Biver. I am taking a departure from my usual MBA blog to write about an amazing evening I had recently, in the company of perhaps one of the most successful CEOs in the field of horology there has ever been. What’s horology … Continued

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Thinking outside of the box

Nilesh Parmar explains how his MBA has taught him to expand his thoughts to help him succeed with the business side of dentistry. Business. We are either good at it or we’re not. We either see the bigger picture or we don’t. Business magnate, media personality and political adviser Alan Sugar seems to have it, … Continued

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