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Single Dental Implants

Complete your smile
at Pro Dental on
Harley Street

If you’re looking to replace a missing or failing tooth, our dental experts can complete your smile with a single dental implant.

No other procedure can restore missing teeth quite like dental implants, as they work to recreate the normal look, feel and function of your natural teeth. A dental implant acts as a root or anchor for an artificial tooth to be fixed to. The implants themselves are placed into the jawbone providing a permanent and stable structure for the artificial tooth.

Dental implants are made from strong material like titanium which is surgically placed into the jaw bone to replace your missing tooth root. With the help of 3D iTero scanning, the implant procedure is minimally invasive and has a swift recovery time. Once your dentist has placed the implant within the jaw, the healing process begins, after which you’ll return to the Pro Dental Clinic for the final fitting of your new tooth!

Benefits of dental implants include:

Implants are a permanent and durable solution to missing teeth
No more discomfort or fear of embarrassment
A completed smile will make you look younger for longer
They can be used to fix dentures which might otherwise be loose and uncomfortable
Your confidence and quality of life will be restored
Implants are a life-long solution and shrewd investment in your smile
image of patient teeth before and after implant treatment

Ready to take the next step?

Book a consultation or get in touch with our friendly team today. We take a £50 deposit payment to secure all consultations which is redeemable against treatment. Deposit is not refundable.

What is the cost of dental implants?

We currently offer dental implants from £1,850 however, costs will vary depending on your individual needs. Your dentist and treatment coordinator will be available to discuss the different ways of spreading the costs of your implant treatment, including 0% finance and low-interest credit.

Can anyone have implants?

Implants are an option that can only be considered for healthy mouths. Some patients may find that the process getting implants will first require other dental work such as orthodontics, gum surgery or bone grafting. These treatments can all be conducted by the skilled London implant dentists here at Pro Dental.

What are the different options for dental implants?

Implants can be used for variety of purposes from replacing a single tooth or multiple teeth to reconstructing a full set of teeth. Our Harley Street dentist can also use implants to permanently anchor bridges and dentures.

Are implants possible for nervous patients?

Yes, definitely! Our compassionate team understand that fear of the dentist is a very real and strong emotion for some which can have resulted from a previous bad experience. However, here at Pro Dental, we use the latest in dental technology so that pain and discomfort is no longer an issue. Our equipment makes the procedure extremely accurate and reduces the risk of inflammation post-surgery. We also offer dental sedation to help with implant procedures should you require this.

Does implant surgery hurt?

Not at all. Implant surgery is usually a completely pain-free procedure and is carried out under anaesthesia to make sure you are comfortable throughout. Though you may experience some swelling for a few days after the procedure, your dentist will supply you with a comprehensive aftercare plan to easily manage this from home.

Are dental implants safe?

Yes! Dental implants are a well-established treatment supported by over 30 years of clinical evidence and a 95% success rate of higher. Implants actually work to improve the health of your jaw by increasing blood flow to an area that might otherwise decay and waste away from the effects of missing teeth.

How long does the implant process take?

Dental implants mostly take around 9 months altogether, from the initial assessment to the fitting of the final crown.

How quickly can I return to work after implants?

Most patients are happy to return to work within one or two days’ post-surgery.