Dental Implants

The best permanent replacement for missing teeth


Whether you’re missing one tooth or have no teeth at all, you can transform the way your mouth looks and feels with dental implants. Dental implants are essentially a permanent replacement for missing teeth, anchored into your jawbone.


  • What is a dental implant?

    An dental implant is an artificial tooth root. It’s made up of a small titanium screw that’s placed in the upper or lower jawbone where your natural teeth are missing. The implant ‘integrates’ with the surrounding bone to give a firm foundation for replacing individual or several teeth, or to anchor dentures.

    How many dental implants will I need?

    This depends on your problem. You may need to replace each individual tooth or several teeth supporting a bridge. You can also use implants to anchor your denture.

    What does the treatment involve?

    1. We give your mouth a full examination, including X-rays.
    2. We talk through the various treatment plans and costs with you.
    3. We place the implants and leave them to heal for three to six months.
    4. We uncover the implants and leave them for another two weeks.
    5. We take impressions of your teeth.
    6. We fit your final crown, bridge or denture.
  •  What options are available?


    Single-toothSingle tooth replacement
    If a single tooth has been lost due to an accident a dental implant can provide a reliable long-term solution in many cases. This treatment does not require any cutting of the adjacent teeth – such as would be the case with a traditional bridge.

     


    Multiple-TeethMultiple teeth replacement
    If a single tooth has been lost due to an accident a dental implant can provide a reliable long-term solution in many cases. This treatment does not require any cutting of the adjacent teeth – such as would be the case with a traditional bridge.

     

     

    Full-ArchFull arch
    If a single tooth has been lost due to an accident a dental implant can provide a reliable long-term solution in many cases. This treatment does not require any cutting of the adjacent teeth – such as would be the case with a traditional bridge.

     

    Removable-Denture-single

    Dentures
    A loose fitting denture is a common problem for thousands of people. Securing dentures using dental implants restores chewing function and reduces irritation of the gums, leading to an enhanced quality of life. The additional support and stability gives the wearer confidence to eat what they want.


How much do dental implants cost?


NHS

X

Not available on the NHS

 

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Private

£1500

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