Dental Implants Golders Green
Replace a missing tooth without causing any damage to adjacent teeth
The most cost effective longest lasting solution
Allows you to smile naturally and with confidence
Eat and chew comfortably
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A minimum 20 mins ppointment
A clinical assessment for suitability
Detailed treatment plan including prices
Your choices and options for treatment
What are they?
A dental implant offers a permanent way to replace missing teeth, they are one of the most modern and optimal choices to fill gaps with crowns and bridges or to stabilise loose and wobbly dentures.
What are the advantages of dental implants?
Better than bridges - unlike dental bridges dental implants don't require preparation or trimming of adjacent teeth. They simply replace the missing tooth whilst maintaining the integrity of the teeth either side of the gap.
Better than dentures - dentures often require getting used to large amounts of plastic in your mouth, especially across your palate. Dental implants can do away with this extra material and simply replace the missing teeth in a more comfortable and convenient way.
What is the implant process?
Visit our dental implant clinic in Golders Green for an initial free consultation, at this appointment with a clinician we will have a basic look and provide a basic clinical examination. We will explain the details of treatment and give you a general idea as to the type of treatment which would suit you best, the treatment times as well as an idea of the costs.
If you decide you would like to proceed further then the next consultation is with our specialist periodontist, Dr Meena Ranka. Dr Ranka if the Senior Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital she has also completed an advanced implantology course at the Branemark Institute in Johannesburg. At this appointment she will undertake a more detailed clinical assessment and begin to plan the diagnostic process including 3-D scans. She will let you know exactly what you will experience during the process, how many implants you will need, what type of restoration is best suited to your requirements and how much the whole treatment will cost. All of this information will be provided to you in a full treatment plan.
Once you have agreed your treatment plan we can then progress onto the full diagnostics and treatment. The implants can be placed once this has been undertaken, once placed they will usually be left for between 3 and 6 months to heal. After this healing phase you can then move onto the restorative phase to enjoy your new teeth.
We are pleased to offer interest-free finance, please ask for details at your initial consultation.
Dental implants cost per tooth UK
Benefits of Dental Implants
They can be the cheapest long-term solution. Whilst they may be more expensive upfront, because of their life span they can often be the cheapest long-term solution. Remember, we are able to offer finance for dental implants which in many cases can bring the cost down to the same as a cup of coffee a day!*
When you lose your natural teeth, your jaw bone and surrounding tissues start to resorb or disappear over time. When implants are placed in the jaw, it stimulates the remaining bone to grow and mesh around the metal, along with tiny blood vessels, preventing bone loss.
Retained bone structure prevents the face from acquiring a 'sunken' look.
Implants help restore function so you can eat, chew and bite as usual.
Implants are a natural-looking way to replace missing teeth.
The cost of dental implants in the UK can vary significantly depending on the exact nature of the treatment required. Additional costs to a dental implant can include:
CT scans - these can be used to examine the quantity and quality of the bone in which the implant will be placed.
Bone augmentation - if there is not enough bone then various bone augmentation procedures may be required prior to placing the dental implant.
The cost per tooth for dental implants will also vary on the number of teeth you have replaced in a row.:
replacing a single tooth requires a single implant
replacing 2 teeth can be done on a single implant
replacing 3 or 4 teeth would usually require 2 implants
replacing 5 or more teeth would usually require upwards of 3 implants
The cost of a dental implant per tooth is therefore not linear with the amount of teeth need replacing.
*based on an initial full case assessment including 3-D scans of £195 and then a single dental implant at £1950. Representative example. Cash price of goods/amount of credit £2150; 60 monthly payments of £45.15; Total amount repayable £2709.24; Representative 9.9% APR variable.