Dental Implants

Our dentists will examine your teeth and offer you advice on suitable treatments.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are the ideal way to replace single or multiple missing teeth for most patients since they are fixed in your mouth without any damage to other teeth.

Titanium implant fixtures are placed within the jaw bone to replace the root of the tooth. After a few weeks or months the bone with fuse around the implant screw and ready for the tooth to be placed. After a digital scan/impression, a bespoke tooth is made by our London-based expert technicians to match the implant screw and the rest of your mouth.

This implant crown replaces what would be the natural tooth and is securely screwed or cemented to the screw. Using some of the best technicians in the UK helps us make the implant crown looks as realistic as possible. The costs of dental implants are £2200 per implant, including all materials involved and can last well over 15 years but need to be cared for like natural teeth.

 

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How much do dental implants cost?

Dental implants cost between £1700-2200 per tooth depending on the number of dental implants and crowns needed. This includes a complimentary consultation, full assessment, 3D CBCT bone imaging and x-rays, 3D modelling and simulation, jaw articulation, placement of one the world’s leading Ankylos implant fixture including abutments and crowns. We provide interest free payment plans for all these options.

How long does it take to have a dental implant?

Provided the bone is stable and firm when the implant fixture is placed, teeth can be replaced on the same day. Sometimes implant fixture take between 8-10 weeks to fuse firmly enough for a tooth to be placed. This involves 3-4 visits to the dentist in total.

Will dental implants work for me?

Dental implants are suitable for most patients. In some cases, the bone may take more time to heal around the fixture, for example if you are diabetic, weaker bone or smoking. In all situations, it is best to have these all under control before beginning implant treatment.

What are the alternatives?

Apart from implants, dental bridges are also a fixed option used to replace teeth but these do sometimes involve some preparation of adjacent teeth. Dentures can also be used, but are a removable option that taken out at night time.

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants are the gold standard for tooth replacement. After placement, if cared for and maintained well both above and below the gums they can remain over 15 years or more. Many implants have success rates of above 20 years.

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