Tooth loss can occur for many different reasons, from accidents to decay. Having even just one or two missing teeth can dramatically alter the way you eat, as well as the way you look. Once a tooth is lost, the bone around it begins to degrade.
Therefore the earlier an implant is placed the more bone can be saved, which is crucial in achieving the best possible outcome.
Dental implants are one of the most effective and reliable methods for tooth replacement and the closest alternative to having your own natural teeth.
The natural appearance of the implant means that no-one will ever know you have them, allowing you to eat, speak and smile with confidence – with potentially life changing results.
Acting just like the root of a natural tooth, the implant integrates into your bone structure. It can support crowns, fixed bridges and dentures and will not affect the health or quality of the adjacent teeth, leading to better long-term oral health.
After a full assessment of your teeth and general health, we can start the first stage of treatment. This implant is placed directly into the bone to take the place of the missing root. This is usually then left for several months to integrate with the bone, providing a strong and stable platform. Once healed, replacement teeth can be attached. In some cases, it may be possible to attach replacement temporary teeth at the same time as the initial placement of the implant.
Dr Jarek Matuszak a member of the Association of Dental Implantology, having obtained an international certificate (Diplomate PSI/DGOI/ICOI) recognising his expertise as an implantologist from the Mediterranean Prosthodontics Institute in Castellon (Spain); in cooperation with the Department of Prosthodontics at the University Of North Carolina (USA).
in conjunction with many years of experience he is constantly upgrading his knowledge internationally, bringing you the latest developments and techniques in this ever-advancing field of modern dentistry. He is also teaching other dentists in implant placement and restoration. Over the last 15 years he placed more than 5000 implants, therefore is able to deal with challenging cases from single implants to a full mouth rehabilitation and also carry out bone grafting if needed. If you have been told that you are not suitable for implants, Jarek might be able to find a right solution for you.
Because each case is unique, there is no standard fee, but we can give you an idea of the costs and we’ll always give you a firm written quotation once you’ve had an initial consultation. The costs are generally comparable to crown and bridge restorations and should be weighed against the quality of life implants provide. When the long term costs of an implant and a bridge are compared an implant will most often be more cost-effective.
Dental Implant Price Guide
|Single Implant Surgery||£2200|
|Implant Abutment And Crown||£800|
|Removable Prosthesis on 2 Implants (Lower Jaw Only)||£8,000 / per arch|
|All-On-‘X’ Implant Supported Fixed Reconstruction||£12,000 / per arch|