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An illustration showing how dental implants are placed near Peterborough

What is a Dental Implant ?

Dental Implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge or a denture .
Whether you are missing a single tooth , multiple teeth or looking for a more secure alternative to a denture, a dental implant may be an excellent restoration option. A tooth consists of 2 main parts the part that is visible above the gum line which is called the crown and the part which anchors the tooth into the bone this is called the root.

How does Dental Implant work ?

A Dental Implant is an artificial root made of Titanium to which a fabricated crown, bridge or denture is attached. When a missing tooth is replaced with an implant the bone actually grows around the implant (Osseointegration) making a strong foundation for a restoration. This way a replacement tooth can function like a real tooth making it easier to eat, talk and smile with confidence.

Implant procedure
Before the treatment begins adequate anaesthetic is given to make the procedure comfortable for you. The bone is then drilled to accept the implant, the implant is then placed in the bone, a healing cap is then attached. After this phase of the procedure the bone is then fused to the implant. Once the implant is integrated with bone the healing cap is then replaced with abutment which sits above the gum line. Whether you are getting an implant to replace a single tooth or multiple implants for a bridge or to support a denture, dental implants have a natural feel and function offering you a long term solution for missing teeth.

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Depending on number of teeth need replacing, broadly there are 3 types of dental implant procedures.

1. Replacing single tooth with single implant.

Most often, a dental implant is used to replace a single missing tooth. It requires one post and one crown.

If you have one missing tooth or multiple that are not adjacent to each other, then a single tooth dental implant may be your best option.

Fees which includes crown is £2000.

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2. Replacing multiple teeth. Use an implant supported bridge.

When you have multiple missing teeth adjacent to each other, you may find your best option is an implant-supported bridge.

What is a dental bridge?

Typically, a bridge consists of two crowns on either side of your missing tooth gap with an artificial tooth held by those crowns in between.

Now, instead of having the crowns attach to teeth, an implant-supported bridge has crowns that connect to dental implants.

The process is similar to a single tooth dental implant. However, the teeth missing in the middle of the gap will not receive a dental implant.

The benefits of an implant-supported bridge are you can securely replace multiple missing teeth in a row – without the cost of replacing each tooth.

Fees to replace 3 teeth with 2 implants will be £ 4700.

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3. Replacing all your teeth Upper or Lower or Both. There are 2 options here depending what you want.

A. Implant retained denture. (This needs removing once a day and cleaning). Starts from Upper £5000 and Lower £ 3000 depending on how many implants you need.

If you are missing a majority or all of your teeth in an arch (upper or lower), then an implant-retained denture may be your best option.

What is an implant-retained denture?

A denture is an artificial arch of teeth. It rests on your gum line and gives you the appearance of a full set of teeth. The problem with traditional dentures is they are removable, which means they can slip, slide, click, fall out, and make daily tasks uncomfortable like eating and talking.

To fix this problem, you can permanently secure your denture with dental implants.

How does it work?

Implant specialists at Whittlesey Dental Care will strategically place four dental implants along your arch. While they heal, your current denture may be modified so it can be worn without disrupting the healing process.

Once healed, you will receive a new, custom denture that fastens to the dental implants. The result is a permanent, secure denture custom-designed to fit your facial aesthetics.

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B. Fixed bridge popularly called All on 4 or 6. Fees will be £ 10k to 12K for each arch depending on various things.
What is All on 4 fixed Bridge?

All-on-4 is a treatment technique that has four dental implants to support a full fixed bridge, we use angulated implants in the back to overcome bony deficiencies or anatomical structures which allows us to immediate load the bridge on 4 implants.

The All-on-4 treatment concept is a prosthodontic procedure (i.e replacement of missing teeth) that provides a permanent, screw-retained, same-day replacement for the entire upper and / or lower set of teeth on a bridge. The procedure is best for patients with significant tooth loss or decay, and for people whose bone loss in the jaw area prevents them from getting conventionally oriented (vertical) dental implants. Often, tooth loss is accompanied by loss of the jaw bone, which poses the problem of reconstruction of the jaw bone requiring bone grafting. The All-on-4 technique takes advantage of the dense bone that remains in the front part of the jaws, and by placing the two posterior implants on an angle to avoid the sinus cavities in the upper jaw and the nerve canal in the lower jaw.

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Dr Gali Before & After Implant Cases

"Implants are an Ideal Solution to Missing Teeth. Say Goodbye to Removable Dentures!"

Dental Implant Prices

Implant Type

 Fee Average

Single  Implant with Ceramic restoration


Two single implants with Ceramic restoration (Pricing assumes same-day procedures and same arch)


Three single implants with Ceramic restoration (Pricing assumes same-day procedures)


Implant Type

Fee Average

One  implant supporting a small bridge (2 teeth)


Two implants supporting a small bridge (3 teeth)


Three  implants supporting a large bridge (5 teeth)


Implant Type

Fee Average

Two  implants and a full lower denture

£2400 + Denture cost

Four implants and a full lower denture

£4400 + Denture cost

All on 4 fixed bridge - please contact surgery for price

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Prices do vary as every patient is different BUT you will pay exactly what is on your treatment plan

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Dental Implants Benefits

One of the most remarkable aspects of dental implants is their resemblance to natural teeth. The process of osseointegration creates a root, making an implant function as a natural tooth. After healing, there is no noticeable difference between an implant and other natural teeth.

After the loss or extraction of a tooth, the surrounding bone in the jaw can begin to disintegrate. As the bone is reabsorbed back into the body, a host of oral issues may present. Dental implants perform the same functions like natural teeth and can keep the bone stimulated, so further bone loss doesn’t occur.

Maintaining a dental implant is the same as maintaining your natural teeth. Unlike dentures, you don’t need to remove your implant to keep it clean. And, because it’s a long-lasting option, you won’t have to think about replacements, like you would with a bridge or crown.

When you lose teeth, it can cause a change in the overall structure throughout your entire mouth. This shift can lead to alignment issues and can result in a weakened bite and potentially distorted facial features. A dental implant can help reinforce your bone and prevent any changes to your bite.

When you lose a tooth, other teeth can deviate and try to take over the space. This shift can lead to potential gum health issues as well as problems with the stability of teeth. Unlike traditional bridges, dental implants don’t require surrounding teeth to be shaved down.

Dental implants are ranked as one of the longest-lasting fixes for tooth loss. They are permanent and specifically designed to handle daily wear and tear and can last a lifetime. In fact, studies have shown that it has a 95 percent success rate over 40 years of use.

With the growing popularity of dental implants, the overall cost continues to decrease. For example, a bridge can cost anywhere from £1950 to £3600 and needs periodic replacement. Alternatively, a dental implant entails a one-time cost of around £1950 to £8000.

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