Dental Implants from £2,300, including assessment, implant, crown, and post op review.
Spread the cost over 4 payment instalments.
What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants provide a firm, secure, and natural looking solution for missing teeth. They are highly advanced in dental restoration and a truly revolutionary way to fill in the gaps in your smile. Implants create a fixed new tooth root, using strong titanium posts placed into your jawbone to support a crown or bridge.
Titanium is used for dental implants as it is very well tolerated by the body. Over time, the titanium root fuses to the surrounding bone in the jaw, becoming a strong and durable foundation.
Why choose Dental Implants?
Whether you are looking to replace a single tooth or multiple missing teeth, we can use dental implants to provide stable and supported replacements for life. Implants allow you to regain the look, feel and function of natural teeth, without the worry that your restoration will slip or fail.
A missing tooth can significantly affect your confidence as well as the way you eat and speak. Gaps in the jaw can cause your facial shape to lose structure. Your gum can shrink, and remaining teeth can move over time. Dental implants not only restore your smile, but they can also greatly improve your quality of life and self-confidence. You no longer need worry about avoiding certain foods and can feel happy about showing off your smile once more.
About Dr Ramin Ordi
Dr Ramin Ordi has over 20 years’ experience in specialised cosmetic and implant dentistry and mentors on these topics to developing dentists. As an experienced dental surgeon, it is vital that you have complete trust and confidence with the dental implant system that you use.
Crownhill Dental Practice proudly uses Straumann dental implants. Straumann have been a leader in the dental implant market for decades supplying incredibly high-quality products designed for the best possible patient outcome. Straumann dental implants combine specifically designed materials and surface technologies to achieve the excellent longstanding clinical data that they have achieved
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY WHEN IT COMES TO DENTAL IMPLANTS.
What does the process for Dental Implant treatment involve?
Dental implant treatment takes 2-3 months to complete and involves a couple of in-surgery appointments.
Step 1: Initial Consultation
During this session we will talk about your general concerns and give you some ideas about the different implant solutions. There are different implant options available with variable prices.
Step 2: Planning
Using digital scans and images, we precisely and accurately plan the best positions for your dental implants. Any preparatory treatment needed, such as bone grafts or extractions, is carried out. We work closely with the hygienist to ensure your mouth is in a good condition prior to the start of treatment.
Step 3: Fitting
The titanium implant is placed into your jawbone by our skilled implantologist, using local anaesthetic to minimise any discomfort. The implant will take 3-6 months to heal and fuse to the bone, so a temporary tooth is fitted to protect your gum during the healing process.
Step 4: Smile!
Once your implant has fully healed and integrated, we fit your final crown or bridge and complete your brand-new smile. We will give you some advice on how to look after your dental implant and leave you to start showing off your smile! We recommend having an annual review with the implantologist to monitor your dental implants.
Benefits of Dental Implants
- Secure – dental implants stay firmly in place and will not slip when you are eating or speaking or become loose over time. As they are held in place by your bone, you can be confident of their strength and durability.
- Aesthetic – implants look and feel just like natural teeth. You will be able to eat, drink and talk just as you did before, as well as show off a winning smile.
- Effective – dental implants are a well-established, safe and highly effective way of replacing one or more missing teeth in any part of your mouth.
- Supportive – implants help to support and sustain your facial structure and remaining natural teeth. They protect your gum and can be fitted with no detrimental effect on your existing healthy teeth.
- Innovative – implants use cutting edge digital dental technology combined with specialist expertise to create the next best thing to a natural tooth.
What types of Dental Implants are available?
A missing tooth can be effectively replaced using a crown fitted to a single dental implant. The replacement tooth is strong, secure, and durable, able to withstand pressures from chewing and look just like your existing teeth. Alternative options for a single missing tooth are available, including a single tooth denture or bridge, but these are not as effective as an implant. A single implant can be fitted with no damage to the remaining healthy teeth, prevents unwanted movement and strengthens the jaw.
If you have several missing teeth, there are various implant options to consider filling the gaps. Separate single implants can be placed, but you do not necessarily need an implant fitted for each missing tooth. Strategically placed implants can be used to support a bridge to replace several adjacent teeth. This method is particularly effective in cases where the jawbone may not be sufficient for implant treatment in some places.
Full arch implants
Traditionally, dentures have been the go-to option for replacing a full upper or lower arch of missing teeth. However, despite the advances in denture treatment, they can be uncomfortable to wear and do not stop the jawbone from degrading over time. Dental implants are seen as the superior alternative and offer two main full arch options:
- A fixed full arch bridge of new teeth, supported by four or six precisely placed dental implants. Once they have settled, your new teeth will feel completely natural and enable you to eat, drink and speak as you did before
- A denture, anchored into place by dental implants. Implant-supported dentures are much more secure and do not move when worn, giving you back your confidence and a full smile.
Our dazzling Dental Implant results
This patient has been wearing dentures for a long period of time and could not keep them in her mouth.
A fixed implant support bridge was fitted on top and bottom jaws.