Dental Implants
from £1,200 or £25.20 a Month

Missing Teeth? Dental Implants are your permanent solution.

A Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw

to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.

 

*No deposit required 9.9% over 60 monthly instalments, Total payable £1890.
0% Finance also available Finance provided by Shawbrook an FCA regulated company.
Subject to availability,terms and conditions apply.

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VERY COMPETITIVE PRICE

Because price is at times a real issue when undertaking essential or cosmetic dental care we pride ourselves on our ability to hold extremely competitive fees without compromising on quality or care.

CHRYSALIS FINANCE

Finance 4 Patients provides a simple and affordable way to spread the cost of your dental treatment with a 0% Interest and no upfront deposit required.

OPEN LATE NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS

Everyone should be able to access good-quality dental services out side of their busy schedule so thats why we offer our patients late nights and weekend appointments.

GDC REGISTERED DENTISTS

All our dentist are GDC registered and of the highest standard with excellent performance

FREE CONSULTATIONS

If you would like to book a free no obligation consultation with Pro Dental Clinic, please fill out the form below with your details. Alternatively, you can phone us directly on 020 3026 4402

Dental Implants – Your Solution For Missing Teeth

Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.

When teeth are lost, whatever the cause, you’ll benefit greatly from their replacement, mainly to help chewing and improve appearance. Nowadays, the best option is dental implants.

A dental implant is an artificial, substitute tooth root made from titanium, which is placed into the space your previous root occupied. A natural, tooth-coloured crown is then placed over the dental implant.

The greatest benefit with dental implants is that they feel comfortable, natural and secure – you’ll find you can eat anything you want. Implants also prevent the jaws from shrinking, which helps you maintain a younger looking face.

Dental Implant Treatment Steps

1. Consultation and X-rays (CBCT Scan)

  • The dentist will access you and ask to take X-rays.
  • Your dentist will issue you with a detailed treatment plan along with costs.
  • Our expert treatment co ordinations will then go through all payment plans and finance options and remember we offer 0% apr.

2. Pre Op Diagnostics

  • Your Dentist will take impressions (if needed) and photos.
  • All consents forms will be read and signed by patient.

3. Surgery Day

  • Any or all of the following can be possible on your surgery day.
  • Extraction (if needed, if an immediate implant is not possible you may need wound to heal before Implants are placed).
  • Bone Grafting (maybe required if patient is lacking sufficient bone, your doctor will know if bone grafting is necessary when reviewing your CT Scan at your pre op appointment and discuss this prior to surgery, Following bone growth, the dental implant can be placed ), Implant placement and fitting temporary denture/Maryland bridge (if requested)

4. Post operative check up

  • 2 weeks after surgery, patients return for a quick follow-up exam so that we can make sure your implants are healing nicely.

5 Implant Exposure/Impressions

6. Crown/ Bridge Fit

7. Once you have healed successfully

  • All you will need to do is make sure you look after your new teeth well and go to your dentist for regular professional cleanings and check-ups! (Pro Dental Can also provide annual oral screening and prosthesis service).

Happily, implants don’t suffer from tooth decay or gum disease as teeth do. However, it’s really important to keep your gums healthy around the implants, and even more important to manage how biting forces work on implants. It is for this reason that implants are provided by dentists with further training.

The benefits of dental implants for replacing missing teeth include:

Dental implants (unlike dentures) don’t move around in your mouth once they are placed. This helps to eliminate discomfort and pain.

Dental implants can help to prevent deterioration of your jaw bone, which naturally occurs when teeth are missing over time.

Dental implant placement does not have any affect on your remaining healthy teeth. Any speech problems, as a result of your missing teeth, should be improved.

Dental implants can eliminate the problems you may experience when eating and chewing certain foods because of missing teeth.

Replacing missing teeth can help boost confidence in those who feel sensitive about their appearance as the result of missing teeth or loose and ill fitting dentures.

Implants are a safe, well-established treatment. It’s probably true to say that implants, much like natural teeth, will last for as long as you care for them.
How well you look after your implants – and whether you go for your regular maintenance appointments – will have the biggest impact on how long they will last.
If you don’t look after your implants they will develop a coating similar to what you get on neglected natural teeth. Left untreated, this can lead to gum infection, bleeding, soreness and general discomfort. You could get all these problems with natural teeth.
If your implants are well looked after, and if the bone they are fitted to is strong and healthy, you can expect them to last for many years.

It depends on the condition of the bone in your jaw. Your dentist will arrange for a number of special tests to find out the amount of bone still there. If there is not enough, or if it isn’t healthy enough, it may not be possible to place implants without grafting bone into the area first.

Placing an implant is often easier than taking a tooth out and is usually done using a simple local anaesthetic. You will not feel any pain at the time but, just like after an extraction, you may feel some discomfort during the week after the surgery.
Sometimes your dentist might give you a sedative if you are very nervous or if the case is a complicated one. General anaesthetics are rarely used for implants and are generally only used for very complicated cases.

Our dental team will give you instructions on how to look after your implant. They may give you some painkillers after the surgery – or make sure you have some at home – to take over the next few days if you need them.

After your implants have been placed, the bone in your jaw needs to grow onto them and fuse to them. This usually takes a few months. Sometimes the implants may be stable enough when they are placed for the false teeth to be fitted sooner than this.
If you are having one, two or three teeth replaced, you may have a temporary denture in the meantime. If you already have full dentures, you can keep wearing these while your implants are healing. Your dentures will need altering, to fit properly after the surgery, and a ‘healing cap’ will usually be placed onto the implant site to protect it.

No.
But aftercare is important if you are going to have a long-lasting, successful implant. Your dental team should give you detailed advice on how to look after your implants. Cleaning around the teeth attached to the implants is no more difficult than cleaning natural teeth. However, there may be areas that are difficult to reach and you’ll be shown how to clean them. You may need to visit your hygienist more often but our dental team will be able to talk to you about this at your consultation.

Yes, if you don’t care for them well enough. If you keep them clean and have them regularly checked by your dental team you should not have any problems. Smoking also affects the health of implants. So, if you smoke, you may need to look after your implants more carefully.

Most teeth attached to implants can only be fitted and removed by the dentist. However, if you have removable dentures attached to the implants, you’ll be able to take them out for cleaning.

If you have a single tooth missing, you will need an implant to support it. If you have a number of teeth missing, and these are next to each other, you could still have one implant for each tooth. Or you may find that, if you have two or more implants, they may be able to support more than one tooth each. Your dentist will talk to you about the best option for you at your consultation.

Implants and the teeth they support can be damaged by an accident in the same way that natural teeth can. So it is important that you wear a professionally made mouthguard if you play sports that involve contact or moving objects. If just the teeth are damaged, they can usually be removed from the implant and replaced.

However, if the titanium implant itself is damaged beyond repair, it can be safely left in the jaw if it is too difficult to remove. Another implant may be fitted alongside it to replace the damaged one.

This happens very rarely. If the implant becomes loose during the healing period, or just after, it is easily removed and your jaw will heal in the normal way. Once your jaw has healed, another implant can be placed there. Or the dentist can make a bridge, fitting it to the implanted false teeth that have been successful.

In many situations, the cost of the treatment is only a little more than the cost of more conventional dental treatment with crowns and bridges. Over the longer term, implants are usually a more cost-effective and satisfactory option.

There are other advantages to implants, too. If you have an implant to replace a single tooth, there is no need to cut down the teeth either side of it. If you had a bridge, your dentist would need to do this and fit crowns to these teeth to support the bridge.

Normal dentures often mean that your eating and drinking are affected because the dentures may move about. But teeth attached to an implant don’t cause this problem, because they are anchored to the bone more firmly than natural teeth

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