Dental Implants 

Dental Implants at our Award-Winning Clinics in London

Dental implants are now considered the best clinical treatment for missing teeth and can offer a permanent and fully functional solution which can last a lifetime. Implants are suitable for most cases and are for surgically inserted into the jaw in a minimally invasive procedure.

If you have missing or broken teeth, dental implants may be a viable option for you. If you would like to find out more or have a free assesment, please contact us for a FREE implant consultation* with one of our specialists.

Exclusive Offer: Up to 2 years 0% Finance available until June 30th 2019.

Your Dental Implant options

Single Dental Implant

Suitable for people with one or more missing teeth. Each tooth is replaced by an individual implant, abutment and crown.

From £995 (was £1,195)

or £19/month 

 

Multiple Dental Implants

Dental implants can be placed individually if you have several teeth missing, or alternatively, in some cases a bridge can be placed. 

From £995/ tooth

or £19/month

 

Full Mouth Dental Implant

For single or dual arch reconstruction, suitable for patients with damage to, or missing all or most of their teeth. All-on-4 or 6 options available.

From £12,995/jaw

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Implant frequently asked questions

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What are dental implants?

Dental Implants are permanent solution to missing teeth, the dental implant acts as an artificial tooth root to offer the same functionality as a normal tooth. A complete implant consists of 3 components: the implant (titanium screw), an abutment (a connecting section) and a crown, bridge or denture (the teeth).

The treatment involves your implant surgeon fixing a titanium screw into the jawbone in a minimally invasive procedure, once this has healed your abutment and crown will be placed. Same day teeth or temporary crowns are available during the healing process. Once your implant has been placed and your crown fitted, with the right care dental implants can last a lifetime.

Why should you replace missing teeth with implants?

Missing teeth or broken teeth can be replaced for both cosmetic, functional and medical reasons. Dental Implants offer a range of benefits as they help to prevent further bone loss, gum disease and improve your bite. Additionally helps to provide a long term fully functional solution, which may make it easier to eat, drink or speak more clearly.

They also offer cosmetic advantages, as they look and feel like natural teeth, and can help improve your smile and confidence. Dental implants are fast becoming a popular solution for damaged or missing teeth, as treatment is highly successful, minimally invasive, does not damage the surrounding teeth and offers a long term solution.

Am I suitable for implants?

Missing teeth or broken teeth can be replaced for both cosmetic, functional and medical reasons. Dental Implants offer a range of benefits as they help to prevent further bone loss, gum disease and improve your bite. Additionally helps to provide a long term fully functional solution, which may make it easier to eat, drink or speak more clearly.

They also offer cosmetic advantages, as they look and feel like natural teeth, and can help improve your smile and confidence. Dental implants are fast becoming a popular solution for damaged or missing teeth, as treatment is highly successful, minimally invasive, does not damage the surrounding teeth and offers a long term solution.

What does the dental implant procedure involve?

Once you have had your initial assessment and have decided to go ahead with treatment. We will plan and schedule you for any pre-implant treatment outlined in your treatment plan. Depending on the treatment, your body may need time to heal before your dental implant is placed. Once you have healed,  your dental implant will be placed under local anesthetic or sedation depending on your preference, the procedure is minimally invasive and you should not feel any pain.

During the surgery to place the dental implant, your surgeon will make a cut to open your gum and expose the bone, and will then drill a small hole into the bone where the dental implant post will be placed, so that the dental implant can act as a tooth root. 

While you are healing from the implant placement procedure, a partial, temporary denture can be placed for appearance, if required. This process may take several months, while your bone fuses and heals around the metal post to provide a stable base for your abutment and crown. 

During the abutment placement procedure, your surgeon will reopen your gum to expose the dental implant and attach the abutment, the gum tissue is then closed around the abutment and left to heal for around two weeks before a crown is fitted.

You may choose to have an option which means the abutment is attached to the dental implant during the initial implant placement surgery. 

You can find out more about the dental implant and pre-implant procedures with our comprehensive dental implant guide or at your complimentary consultation.

How long does it take to place implants?

The implant process differs from patient to patient and there is no set timetable. At your consultation your implant specialist will discuss with you the required treatment, expected healing time and duration of your full treatment plan.

The dental implant will take 3-6 months to heal, once the abutment is placed this will take 1-2 weeks to heal before a permanent crown is placed. Pre-implant treatment can take 4-12 months to heal before the implant surgery can take place.

 

Is the dental implant procedure painful?

During your dental implant procedure, you will be under a local anaesthetic and will not feel any pain or discomfort during the procedure itself. We also offer sedation if you would prefer during your implant placement surgery. As with any dental treatment, some pain and discomfort following treatment can be expected we will advise and help you manage this following your surgery.

Who will perform my dental implant surgery?

While many dentists may place implants, it doesn’t mean they are the best suited to do it. Dental Implants surgery should be conducted by a dental surgeon or implantologist. We recommend you take the time to look into their qualification, reviews and success ratings.

You can and find out more about our 99.8% success rating, dental implant specialists and dental surgeons with our clinician profiles and reviews.

 

What can I expect after dental implant surgery?

Implant surgery is a minimally invasive dental surgery and will come with some post operative symptoms. You may experience some minor bleeding and pain following surgery, but we will advise you about what to expect, how to manage symptoms and when you may need to return for check up.

You may be required to take antibiotics after the procedure to reduce risk of infection. You dental implant may take up to 6 months to heal and fuse to your jaw bone, after your abutment and crown has been placed. Your dental implant should offer you a fully functional permanent solution that will last a lifetime with the right care.

 

How do I look after my implants?

With the right care, dental implants can last a lifetime. As part of your comprehensive care package you will receive a product guarantee on the implant. Guarantees vary with implant products, please ask your implant specialists for further details.

Dental implants once placed function and require the same care as natural teeth. We recommend, maintaining excellent oral hygiene and regular dental check ups every 6 months for the best long term results. 

Can I spread the cost of my dental implant treatment?

Your dental team will give you a personalised implant plan with clear, transparent and highly competitive pricing so you understand the costs involved with surgery before you start. This will also allow us to create a payment plan suited to you, whether that is paying upfront, in installments or using finance which we can help arrange. We understand implant surgery can be a big financial undertaking and we will work hard to find a solution that you are comfortable with.

We offer up to 2 years 0% Finance, with plans starting from only £19/month. We are able to find a solution to suit most budgets.

 

Do you offer finance?
Yes. We offer a range of finance options from 12 – 60 months and from 0% to 9.9% APR and all our finance plans are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our treatment co-ordinator will be able to discuss finance options with you to help find the perfect solution for you.

*Terms and Conditions Apply: Free consultation available for new patients only, one free consultation per person, subsequent consultations are chargeable. Any free consultation requires a £25 fully refundable deposit to secure the booking. This can be refunded after the patient has attended the appointment or contributed towards any future treatment. 24-hour cancellation policy applies. Finance options are available and regulated by the financial conduct authority.

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