Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Bromley

Single teeth or sets of teeth can be permanently replaced. Similarly, dentures can be ‘fixed’ by implant treatment, making them look much more real, feel natural and work far more effectively.

How long does the treatment take from start to finish?

From first assessment, the treatment may take as little as two months and involve 4 to 12 visits. Once your mount has been assessed, you will be given a more accurate timetable.


stacks_image_579The implant is placed and left to integrate into the jawbone. This takes between six weeks and six months depending on the site




After this time, the tooth is restored by placing a high quality porcelain crown onto an abutment attached to the implant



At what age am I more suitable for implants?

Implants have been successfully placed in patients from 18 years old through to 90 years old.


Can implants replace any tooth?

Implants can be used for almost any situation where you have lost or are about to lose one tooth or more, depending on the quality and condition of the your gums and bone in your jaw. This will be assessed at your first visit.



Two implants supporting a four unit bridge




What if all my teeth have been lost?

Up to eight implants in each jaw will allow the dentist to permanently attach a number of bridges and crowns and replace all teeth. If it is not possible for sufficient implants to be placed, a bar retained denture or removable bridge may be suggested.



An implant retained denture in the lower jaw. With just two implants you can restore all your teeth.




How much will implants cost?

In the short term, implant treatments may appear to cost more but cannot be compared with alternative treatment options. Implant treatment varies in cost depending on the number of implants you require. Our dentist will carry out a full Consultation, where you will be able to discuss your aims and the results you have in mind, enabling the dentist to ass your expectations and create a treatment plan specifically tailored to your individual needs.

If you would like to find out more about Dental Implants and know if it is the right treatment for you, get in touch either by phone or email, or alternatively send an enquiry.