Dental Implants

Treatment time: up to 3-6 months (including healing time)
Cost: £1995

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Strong, Aesthetic and Durable replacement teeth

Do you have one or more missing teeth? Is there a gap in your smile?

Are you always hiding your smile in photographs so no-one notices your missing tooth or loose dentures?

Do you want a natural looking and secure option for completing your smile?

Implants offer an incredibly stable, highly aesthetic and long lasting solution.

Treatment steps

Book your consultation with us

Tell us your concerns and how you’d like to improve your smile

Let us fit a secure, comfortable, aesthetic dental implant

Enjoy your beautiful new smile!

What are implants?

Dental implants are a long lasting, strong and secure way to replace a missing tooth or even multiple teeth. They are a highly advanced dental restoration, using modern and innovative materials to create a fixed new tooth root.

The implant consists of a strong titanium post, which is planted into your jaw to provide strong support for a highly aesthetic crown, which blends beautifully into your smile. Titanium is very well tolerated by the human body, and fuses to the surrounding jawbone to create a solid and long lasting foundation.

What does the treatment involve?

We begin by making sure you are a suitable candidate for implant treatment. Once this is established, we take digital scans and images of your teeth to ensure a high level of accuracy and precision. We also check if you need any preparatory treatment, such as a bone graft.

The titanium implant is placed carefully into your jaw, using local anaesthetic to minimise your discomfort. It takes around 3-6 months for your implant to heal and fuse to your bone, so we fit a temporary tooth to protect your gum and maintain your smile.

When your implant has healed, we fit your final crown. It’s always our favourite part of treatment when we see you delighted with your completed smile!

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Do dental implants hurt?

No, dental implant treatment does not hurt. We always use local anaesthetic for any oral surgery, placing of implants included. The area in your mouth is completely numb during the procedure. If you are nervous about your implant treatment, we can arrange for sedation so you feel completely at ease. After your implant surgery, you may feel some discomfort as the gum and bone heal. Painkillers such as paracetamol and ibuprofen can be used, and the pain should fade after a few days.

How long does dental implant treatment take?

The whole process from your initial appointment to your final new smile can take several weeks or sometimes months. The implant placement procedure itself takes around 60-90 minutes, but time is then needed for the implant to heal and fuse to your bone. In some cases, immediate implants can be considered. These take less time as these are placed at the same time as the tooth is removed, but have negatives too. We can discuss this with you.

What happens if I don’t have enough bone for an implant?

If you don’t have enough bone for an implant placement, there are ways we can help. Bone loss is particularly common for patients who have worn dentures for a long period of time and the bone has naturally been dissolved from the absence of teeth in the jaw. We can replenish the lost bone and rebuild it using a number of different grafting procedures.

Do I still have to see my dentist while my implant heals?

Yes, it is important to keep up with your regular appointments and routine dental care. The healthier your teeth and gums are, the faster you’ll recover without any issues. It’s crucial to keep your healing implant safe from bacteria so it has the best chance of being strong and successful.

How long will implants last?

If they are looked after properly, your dental implants can last as long as natural teeth. They have a tendency to last longer than other dental restorations due to the strong bond that is formed with your jawbone. However they are still vulnerable to gum disease, just as your natural teeth are.

Am I too old for implants?

No one is too old for implants. The only thing that may hold you back is your bone density and we can restore bone with grafting techniques. It is never too late to enjoy life with a secure and functional set of teeth. Many elderly patients choose to change their dentures for implants.

Why should I have implants?

Implants are the best method for replacing teeth as they combat the gradual bone loss that occurs with removable dentures and dental bridges. This can cause a loss of support to your facial structure, which eventually will begin to sag. As the bone degrades over time, denture wearers will need them adjusted to avoid them becoming loose and sore, which is not a consideration with implants.

If you only have a single missing tooth, it’s essential to replace it as soon as you can to prevent the surrounding teeth from shifting out of position. A gap in your smile can cause bite issues, which results in tooth wear and potential jaw issues.

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