Solutions for missing teeth
Free Information Pack
Download a free information pack and find out:
- The costs and lowest price alternatives
- Your options and choices for treatment
- Are you suitable for treatment?
- Can dental implants be used as an alternative to root canal treatment?
- What happens if you smoke?
- How many implants might you need?
Replacement of a single tooth
A single dental implant is a non-invasive option when replacing a single missing tooth. Unlike dental bridges, this treatment does not involve the teeth adjacent to the gap. The final implant borne tooth will look, feel and function like a real tooth.
Replacement of multiple missing teeth
Multiple teeth can be replaced with an implant supported bridge. 2 implants can sometimes be used to replace three missing teeth. Your implant dentist will be able to tell you how many implants you need to replace your missing teeth.
Dental implants to retain dentures
Dental implants can also be used to retain a denture, if implants are used in this manner we will typically use 4 implants.
Dental implants can also be used to retain loose dentures.
Additional dental implant procedures
The purpose of additional procedures is to ensure that the implants are placed in optimal conditions. Most of these procedures are aimed at increase bone volume at the future implant site. This ensure predictable and optimal treatment outcomes.
If you have multiple missing teeth and may be possible to replace all of them with 4 dental implants in the same day. This means you attend the practice in the morning, have any remaining teeth extracted, dental implant is placed and then leave at the end of the day with a fixed bridge or denture. This is subject to clinical assessment.
Fees vary depending on the individual situation. A full estimate will be given to you prior to undertaking dental treatment. Multiple payment options are in place to accommodate you.