Dental Implants

A Dental Implant is the treatment most commonly used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. It is considered the best and most efficient way to create a natural look combined with stability and it will often provide a long-term solution.

Dental implants are a straightforward and routine procedure; the implant comprises a titanium ‘root’ in the gum and a ceramic crown which replicates the original tooth and is as close to the real thing as possible.

A dental implant will give you the confidence to talk, eat, and smile normally without a second thought.

Regardless of whether you need to fill the space of a single missing tooth using one implant and a crown or use multiple implants to support a bridge for several missing teeth, we will discuss the treatment options, the costs and the after care involved and will help you to decide what would best suit you and your lifestyle.

Dental Implants:

  • Have the look and feel of natural teeth
  • Offer a long-term, maintenance-free solution
  • Can be used for either single tooth or multiple teeth replacement

In your consultation your personal Revitalise Dental Practitioner will talk to you about:

  • Treatment stages for dental implants
  • Recovery and healing timescales.
  • Finance and cost options
  • Any concerns or worries you have about the procedures
  • After Care

Revitalise procedures and treatments are bespoke and tailored to your needs and lifestyle.
Contact us now to arrange a time for your initial consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do dental implants hurt?

There is very little pain involved, and at best can be described as uncomfortable.

Will I be awake and will I hear anything?

Dental implants are a routine procedure carried out under local anaesthesia. Some patients prefer to have conscious sedation. This can help alleviate anxiety before and during treatment.

How long will it take for me to get my smile?

To replace a single tooth with a single implant the whole process will take 12 weeks. If further surgical procedures are required to enhance implant support, this can extend treatment period up to 1 year.

How much do dental implants cost?

Costs vary with each case. Finance options are available along with scheduled payment plans.