Dental Implants

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Strong, secure and highly aesthetic

Dental implants use highly advanced dental technology for a truly state-of-the-art way to replace missing teeth. They allow you to regain the look, feel and function of natural teeth and provide stability and support to your smile.

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Implants create a completely fixed new tooth root, with strong titanium posts placed into your jawbone to support a natural looking crown or bridge and transform your smile. Titanium is very well tolerated by the body, and fuses to the surrounding jawbone over time, becoming an extremely solid and durable foundation.

What are implants?

Dental implants can do more than simply restore your smile. A missing tooth can affect the way you eat and speak, cause alignment issues with your remaining teeth and even affect your facial shape and structure. Implants can greatly improve your confidence and quality of life, giving you a reason to smile again.

What are the benefits of

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Implants create a solid and durable foundation, staying firmly in place while you eat and speak.

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Implants use cutting edge digital dental technology and specialist expertise, creating the next best thing to a natural tooth.

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One of the main advantages of implants is they look and feel just like a natural tooth, helping you regain your winning smile.

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The treatment is highly effective, safe and well established, with many successful cases carried out each year.

What does implant treatment involve?


Initial Consultation

At your first appointment, we discuss implant treatment in detail and ensure you are suitable and ready. We devise a treatment plan, including any additional preparatory work needed along with estimated costs and time.


Planning and preparation

We take advanced digital images and scans to help us accurately plan the best positions for your implants. If you need any treatment before the implants are placed, such as a bone graft, this is completed at this stage.


Fitting and healing

Our skilled implantologist carefully and precisely places the titanium implant in your jawbone, using local anaesthetic to ensure you are comfortable. The implant takes 3-6 months to heal and fuse solidly to your bone, so we fit a temporary tooth on the top to protect your gum during this time.


A full and confident smile!

When your implant has fully healed, we design and fit your final bespoke crown or bridge to complete treatment and reveal your new smile. We give you some advice on caring for your implant and watch you start smiling with pride!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Am I suitable for dental implants?

    Anyone in reasonable health who wants to replace missing teeth could be suitable for implants. Usually you need reasonable quality bone in the implant site but sometimes a bone graft can be used. This will be assessed by your dentist at your initial consultation before treatment. Success rates depend partly on the area of the mouth where they are placed and how good your bone is but rates are generally well over 95%, however smoking can compromise this.

  • Is dental implant treatment painful?

    We use local anaesthetic during surgery to ensure you are comfortable throughout the procedure. You won’t be able to feel a thing. After treatment, it is normal to experience some discomfort, which can be managed by painkillers. Implant treatment is often less painful than having a tooth extraction, and most patients are able to return to their usual routines the next day.

  • How long do dental implants last?

    Dental implants have the potential to last a lifetime if they are properly looked after. This includes maintaining an excellent brushing and flossing routine, looking after your general health and attending regular check up appointments with your dentist. The crown or bridge that the implant supports may need to be replaced over time due to normal wear and tear.

  • Will other people be able to tell I have dental implants?

    No, dental implants look and feel exactly like natural teeth. We can match the shape and colour of your existing teeth when creating your final fixed crown or bridge so it blends seamlessly into your smile.

  • How much will my implant cost?

    The cost will depend on your individual case, the number of implants you need and if you have a bone graft or other preparatory work. As a rough guide, replacing a single missing tooth with an implant might cost £2800 to £3700. Of course we will always give you a full written quotation after your thorough assessment and consultation.

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