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Dental Implants

What is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is a titanium fixture which is surgically anchored to your jaw bone through Osseo integration in order to support one or more lost teeth or to restore your whole smile. 

Dental implant procedures do not hurt and are usually done under local anaesthetic. You will not feel any pain during the procedure, however just as you would after a dental extraction, you may feel discomfort for up to a week afterwards. 

You will be given care instructions on how to look after your implant/s until they have fully recovered. 

The whole procedure is generally very straight forward and successful in 98% of cases. This is a remarkable success rate for any operation.

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The Cost

In the United Kingdom, the price can vary between £1500- £2500 while in the United States the price ranges from £2,000-£5,000 with some cases going up to £14.000, depending on your gum quality which is the key factor determining the increase in the costs. According to the national survey on the Dentistry Magazine in 2015, the average cost of a single implant is estimated at £2.415. Although the cost may vary depending on your individual needs such as the necessity of bone grafting and the exact number of

dental implants required determined by, whether it is a lower or upper arch and the number of replacement teeth being supported. This expense includes all the three components of the implant-the root replacement, the abutment, and the crown.

One of the most common questions people have is: "how long do dental implants last?" The answer relies on several factors, the quality of the implants, experience of your dentist, how well the implants are cared for. Generally, however, the longevity of dental implants is around 25 years.

Advantages of Dental Implants

One of the main reasons for which implants are more popular is that they are a more permanent choice. Implants let patients experience the feel of having teeth that are stronger and lasting,  they remain permanently in place unless removed by a dentist. As long as you take proper care of your implants, they can last almost a lifetime. Thus your self confidence and self esteem are increased, by restoring your teeth in a way that feels both permanent and natural. 

Implants are placed without causing any damage to the teeth on either side , this is not a possibility with treatments such as a bridge where your dentist will have to cut and make necessary amendments to your existing teeth to fit the bridge in place. 

If you have no teeth and wear full dentures, you may notice over time the appearance of your cheeks changing, by getting full implants and implant supported bridges the jaw, cheeks and lips will have stronger support, reducing facial changes. The implants gradually integrate with your jawbone and ensure surrounding bone is kept healthy and strong. 

In the long run full mouth implants can be much easier to maintain, compared to conventional dentures. Foods can be enjoyed again, with no hesitation.

What is All on 4 dental implant?

All on 4 dental implant is used to restore the entire upper or lower arches with one complete bridge, this is often called a full mouth restoration or a full arch replacement. Such implants are suitable for people who may have no teeth or failing teeth. If you are in this situation and currently using dentures this could be the solution for you.

The All on 4 implant replaces entire arches as required by the individual. A permanent or removable bridge is attached to the implants. This procedure involves placing 6 implants on the upper arch or 4 on the lower arch. Bone augmentation may need to be included depending on individual requirements. 

In the uk costs of an All on 4 dental implant, to replace one arch ranges approximately between £16,000 and £29,000.

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