Dental Implants Can Change Your life
- Treatment can cost as little as £50 per month.
- Your consultation is FREE.
- We have tailored individual treatment plans for over 2000 patients.
- CT Scanner on site which means we can treat you in the best way possible.
- PRGF for a speedy recovery.
Your Implant Treatments
Single tooth implants to replace small gaps
An implant is gently placed into the bone to replace a tooth root. It is normally left in for a period of time to allow for the bone to heal around the implant. Once this has occurred, we can attach a crown onto the implant to replace your missing tooth.
Implant retained dentures to help anchor in dentures
Implants are placed that will help to hold in your dentures and provide stability. The dentures Will still be removable so that they can be cleaned.
Implant bridges to replace multiple missing teeth
Implants are placed and then a fixed bridge is attached onto the implants. This will be permanently screwed in place and can only be removed by your dentist when the bridge requires cleaning, which is normally every few years.
What to expect when you come and see us?
We understand that many patients feel nervous when visiting a dental practice, especially for the first time. That’s why we try our best to make you feel comfortable by spending time listening to understand your needs and concerns.
Our first consultation will be in a non-clinical room and we will have gentle look inside your mouth. We will then advise you on what options may be suitable for you and any relevant details that may be necessary. You will have time to ask as many questions as you want.
We normally advise on having a CT Scan, which is a advanced 3D dental xray as it will show us a very detailed image of your jawbone and the potential sites for implant placement. Once this has been assessed we can give you a detailed plan of action bearing in mind your needs which will be discussed both verbally and in writing. The next stage would consist of gently placing the implant(s) and allowing a period of time for it to fuse to the bone. We then normally wait a period of time (3 months) for healing to take place and then take impressions to fit the final crowns/dentures.