Dental Implants

Dental implants can be used to support individual teeth, several teeth in the form of a dental bridge or all of your teeth. They can also be used to stabilise dentures.

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Single Implant

Dental implants provide the optimal solution for anyone missing one or more of their natural teeth. Solutions are individually designed for each specific situation, allowing nearly everyone to eat, laugh and smile naturally. Implant treatment is usually performed using local anaesthetic.

A single implant is needed to replace an individual missing tooth. The implant is placed in the jawbone, in the gap that your own tooth has left. We will then add the crown and the single implant will blend in and function perfectly with the rest of your teeth.

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Multiple Implants

If you have lost several teeth there are typically two solutions available to you. Separate crowns on dental implants or a bridge attached to two or more dental implants.

Individual implants (one for each missing tooth), can be a cost effective treatment method. With each new tooth requiring its own implant, this methods will mainly be used when a patient is missing teeth in different parts of their mouth or on differing arches (e.g. one on the top and one on the bottom).

If the missing teeth are adjacent the gap can be filled by joining two or more implants together. This option can make implant treatment more affordable when patients are missing many teeth. A bridge can also be fitted to a single implant on which we can place two or more crowns, therefore replacing adjoining teeth.

Every patient is unique and so the price and treatment needed can be difficult to predict. Our experienced dentists always find the most cost effective and efficient treatment to help their patients.

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All Your Teeth Implants

When all of your teeth are missing, the most common way of replacing such a large number of teeth has, in the past been with conventional dentures. Conventional dentures can be uncomfortable and make you feel self-conscious but with dental implants they look and feel like your own teeth.

It may be that you have a large number of failing teeth which need to be extracted and an interim measure of providing a conventional denture may still be required. This will form part of your overall dental implant journey. The immediate denture, which is placed at the time of teeth extraction will provide information on where the dental implants need to be placed and also give us an idea of how the final restoration might look.

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Patient Finance

Here at MP Dental, we very much appreciate that investing in your dental well-being is an important decision and we would like to highlight some very special payment facilities that are available here. We understand that the financial considerations can sometimes be an obstacle to you having the treatment you want, which is why we offer a range of finance options including interest-free plans.

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Denture Stabilisation

If you have loose or ill-fitting dentures, your ability to eat and speak may become affected. Denture stabilisation is a great treatment for people who are having trouble with loose dentures or those who need the support of implants. For a cost-effective way of replacing many missing teeth, dentures can be held securely in place with dental implants.

With conventional dentures, the bone that previously surrounded the tooth root begins to deteriorate. An implant supported bridge or denture helps preserve your jawbone as the implant replaces some of the tooth root and integrates with your jawbone helping to keep the bone healthy and intact.

The number of implants needed will vary, for example a lower denture may only need two conventional implants, giving you a completely life-changing transformation enabling you to chew foods and smile with renewed confidence. This treatment requires minimal surgery and, in many cases your current denture can be attached to the dental implants immediately.

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Dental Implant FAQs

Why choose dental implants?

Dental implants are the ideal permanent way to replace any damaged or missing teeth – whether one single tooth, several teeth, or all of your teeth. As the jawbone should be fully matured for implant placement, it is advised that patients should be 18 years or over before treatment can start.

How much do dental implants cost?

Our fixed transparent fees of £2200 per implant include full assessment, CT scan, CEREC 3 Guide system, and crown. Bone augmentation & bone grafting (if needed) will be based on assessment.

Is the procedure painful?

During the implant placement, you will be given a local anaesthetic. You may experience a small amount of discomfort for a few days afterwards but this will subside as healing should occur relatively quickly. Your dentist will advise on how to minimise any discomfort.

Can I eat normally with my new tooth/teeth?

Yes, you can! Your implant supported teeth will be strong and secure so you will be able to eat, laugh and speak with complete confidence.

How do I care for my new tooth/teeth?

Your new teeth will look and feel like real teeth and they will require the same care as real teeth too. You should brush and floss your teeth as usual. Continue with regular routine check-ups as advised by your dentist

How long will my implants last?

With regular care and cleaning, your dental implants should last you a lifetime.

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