We can use multiple dental implants to replace your natural teeth. When you lose multiple teeth it has a negative effect on your remaining teeth and overall oral health.

The gaps where your teeth used to be will start to experience the degeneration of your jawbone and the gums will also start to recede, which will in turn, cause the remaining surrounding teeth to loosen up and potentially fall out in the future. You will start to see over time that the surrounding remaining teeth can also drift, push and rotate out of their normal position, which can lead to further dental complications: Crooked teeth Increased chance of gum disease (higher chance of further tooth loss), Harder to maintain and clean your teeth, Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), which causes severe pain and discomfort in the back of the neck/head


How many implants will I need?

This will vary from case to case and will depend on how many teeth you have lost, and the locations of those missing teeth. Patients with adjoined gaps of missing teeth could be suitable candidates to have an implant retained bridge, which requires less implants to replace a number of teeth (not all adjoined gaps will be suitable though).After the consultation we will be able to discuss your suitable implant treatment, which could include: Over-dentures, Dental Bridges, Porcelain Crowns, Ankylos Smartfix

Free initial consultations & affordable payment plans

If you are unsure that a dental implant will be the right treatment for you, we offer free initial consultation, so we can discuss with you your needs and explore all the options available to your case. We have 0% or low interest payment plans (subject to status) that can help break up the overall cost of treatment.