Don’t worry – using multiple dental implants or implant-based solutions, we can replace a row of missing teeth with relative ease. Two implants, for example, would cost £3,990.
At The Smile Gallery in East Grinstead, we’re home to some of the most skilled and experienced missing teeth dentists in the UK, who have dedicated much of their career to implant and prosthetic dentistry. So, you can rest assured that you’re in the safest hands here.
Start with a consultation for £120*, which will get you started on your implant journey and include all necessary scans.
*Cost is redeemable from the treatment cost if you decide to proceed.
Dental implants cost from £1,995 for a single implant.
Patients can also explore the more cost-effective implant-supported bridges, for example, which can use one or two implants to rebuild a row of missing teeth.
0% finance is available for patients looking to spread the cost of their treatment over 12 months.
For patients hoping for longer terms, you can extend your finances up to 60 months with additional APR charges.
When it comes to prosthetics, there’s no better solution for missing teeth than a dental implant.
They anchor into the jawbone, which provides patients with a permanent, non-removable replacement for their missing teeth.
Moreover, the final transformation mimics and matches a smile that looks somewhat like the original but better.
A full arch of missing teeth? Explore the more affordable implant-retained dentures.
Patients can explore traditional prosthetic solutions like dental bridges or metal dentures but might be sad to discover they offer none of the unique benefits of implants.
For example, dentures are removable, relying on metal clasps in this instance and reported to be uncomfortable.
Plus, they’re more subjectable to repairs and replacements, which, if you do the math, can cost you more in the long run.
Bridges, on the other hand, whilst slightly aesthetically better, have one major downside: they rely on otherwise healthy adjacent teeth to be filed down so they can be fitted with crowns to support your replacement tooth.
As reputable dentists, it’s our job to educate patients on the problems and oral health consequences which can result directly from ignoring multiple tooth loss.
Patients who decide to live with missing teeth and ignore their gaps put themselves at risk of consequences, which can lead to bone recession, further tooth loss and gum disease.
Without teeth, the bone in the jaw begins to recede and deplete – and once it’s gone, it cannot regrow back, which means if you want to consider dental implants in the future, the process will be much more difficult and longer.
Without bone in the jaw, dental implants will not work.
So, if you’re interested in implants now, and it’s been longer than six months since you’ve lost your teeth, it’s recommended to start this process as soon as possible to avoid high additional costs and lengthy pre-prosthetic procedures.
Or call our practice on St James Road, East Grinstead, on 01342 321 094 to organise your consultation.