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Multiple dental implants work well for patients with several teeth missing or whole rows in need of treatment. They can take the place of a full or partial denture and offer far greater stability and longer-term reliability.
The process for multiple dental implants begins with one or more titanium screws inserted into the gum tissue under local anaesthetic or IV sedation. These screws are placed in strategic positions to support multiple dental implants – sometimes one screw will support a single crown, while other situations may allow it to support a larger permanent bridge of up to four teeth in a row.
How this aspect of the dental implants treatment works will depend hugely on the number of teeth missing, the shape of the mouth and the condition of the gum, jawbone and neighbouring teeth. The time period will also depend on these factors, whether multiple dental implants can be placed in a single appointment, or whether the patient will need to return to the dental surgery several times to complete the process for their replacement tooth or teeth.
If you have a tooth gap requiring a multiple dental implant or would like to find out more about the process, please contact a member of our friendly team.
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Anyone healthy is eligible for dental implants. As long as their bone tissue poses no problems and you aren’t immunocompromised, implants would be suitable.
Local anaesthesia is used to numb the pain during the procedure. You shouldn’t feel pain but there might be slight pressure at times.
The screw itself can last a lifetime, but the crown generally lasts 10 to 15 years. This also depends on how well you take care of your oral health.
A single dental implant can range from £1500 to £2500. Costs can vary depending on the dentist and type of implant used.
Implant supported dentures are more stable and comfortable to wear than regular dentures. They are long-lasting and look and function like normal teeth.
Yes, people with bone loss or insufficient bone volume can get a bone graft to bulk up the area before getting implants. Your own bone tissue may be used or another material that acts as a bone substitute will be used.
All on 4 dental implants are when a whole row (upper and/or lower jaw) of replacement teeth are placed on only 4 implants. It is a permanent solution, unlike removable dentures.
Call the dental emergency helpline.
You will be then asked to pay a small emergency call out charge using credit or debit card.
Our highly trained operator will answer your call, take your details and book an appointment.