As well as offering single dental implants to replace individual missing teeth, we also offer multiple dental implants to replace several missing teeth. The treatment can help restore your whole smile, not only in appearance, but also in terms of bite and chew function.
Multiple dental implants are as durable as they are dependable. They function just like real teeth do, and are custom-made for your mouth, so they won’t look out of place even if you do retain some of your natural teeth. The treatment is known for being highly successful, and could last a lifetime with the right oral care.Book appointment
Our tooth implants have many impressive benefits. Although most patients recognise that they can enhance and improve the aesthetics of your smile, tooth implants also:
Yes, almost any adult over 18 is suitable, however a consultation is held ahead of treatment, which helps us assess your smile and check that your mouth, teeth and gums are healthy.
Tooth implants can last a lifetime, but this depends mainly on a high standard of oral care and attending regular dental check-ups with our expert dentists, here in West Sussex.
You may have heard that multiple dental implants are a type of oral surgery. Incredibly, they have a success rate of around 98%. In addition, the treatment can improve your oral health, helping to prevent gum recession and bone loss, as well as reducing the gap where bacteria and plaque could accumulate.
We call our tooth implants a permanent, comfortable and natural solution for tooth loss. As well as replacing a missing tooth almost like-for-like, the treatment can also improve bite and chew function, improve speech, and allow you to smile with confidence for a greater quality of life.
We price our treatments fairly and competitively. Visit our pricing page for more information.
Step one on your patient journey is a consultation. We check over your smile, answer your questions and concerns, and give more detail about the procedure for your peace of mind.
Any kind of dental implant is placed under anaesthetic. We first precisely drill the screw-shaped titanium ‘root’ in the gum. Then we fit a porcelain crown once it has healed and fused to the bone.
Our experts are committed to dental excellence, and share detailed aftercare advice to inform you how to look after your new tooth implants, including what things to avoid.