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How much does a dental implant cost?

Dental Tooth Implant Costs

A dental implant is a comfortable and long-term solution for replacing missing teeth and so the cost of these tend to be more expensive than other solutions such as bridges or dentures.

Full or partial dentures are false teeth attached to a removable metal or plastic framework and bridges are false teeth that are fixed onto the existing teeth either side of your missing tooth or teeth. Dentures tend to last for around five to 10 years. And as they’re made to fit your mouth exactly, they can become less comfortable as your mouth changes shape over time.

If you care for your dental implant properly, then there is no reason why they can’t last as long as natural teeth.

Your dentist in Milton Keynes will help you to decide what’s best for you. An implant isn’t the right option for everybody. It can depend on many things, including which teeth are missing, and the condition of your remaining teeth and gums.

A single dental implant at Appledore in Milton Keynes costs £2500. Please read more details below about further costs that may be involved.

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Dental Implant Costs

Our experienced dentists will always carry out a full assessment and provide you with a full breakdown of recommended treatment and cost breakdown. You are under no obligation to continue treatment after your initial assessment.

The cost of treatment will vary, depending on how many implants you’re having and the complexity of the treatment. Your dentist will be able to give you a good indication of the cost once you’ve discussed your individual treatment plan.

Single Dental Implant is £1500

Restoration on top of Implant (abutment plus crown or denture) is £1000

Please note that there may be extra costs if there is extra work, for example on the gums or jawbone, in preparation for the dental implant. These costs will be clearly outlined to you in your surgery assessment before your treatment starts, so that you can make a fully informed decision.

Contact us for a FREE initial online consultation with Dr Teresa or Dr Martin Whelan, our dental implants specialist in Appledore Milton Keynes and save £150 with our current special offer.

Appledore offers 0% interest free finance options which can be used to spread the cost of your treatments over several months; please do not hesitate to ask us for details on this.

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Your dental implant assessment

Your initial free online assessment will be with Dr Teresa or Dr Whelan, our dental implant dentists in Milton Keynes. This can answer any initial questions you may have and give our dental team a good idea if dental implants would be a suitable treatment for you.

A full face to face assessment in our practice surgery will then be needed to assess the state of your gum where the tooth was lost. There will be a cost of £150 for this, which includes the cost of Xrays and a report.

There is no commitment required from you to go ahead with the dental implant treatment at the assessment stage. We will only proceed when you have had the treatment plan and full costs of treatment outlined and you are happy that you understand the process.

What makes implants cost more than other solutions?

Dental implants are a clinically complex procedure undertaken by highly trained staff, which means the work involved can cost more than other solutions.

Dental implants are also made from high-quality materials. The fixture and abutment (which is screwed into the implant to support the crown) are made of titanium alloy, whilst the crown is made from porcelain or ceramic to get the natural finish of a tooth, and a denture usually of acrylic.

The crown (false tooth) which sits on your implant is custom-made by a dental technician, so the implant will fit snugly into your gum so the crown or denture which sits in it is the same shape, size and colour as your natural teeth.

Are dental implants available on the NHS?

Dental implants aren’t generally available on the NHS. In very rare cases, implants might be available on the NHS for those in exceptional circumstances, such as those who have suffered from mouth cancer. You should check with your dentist if you feel you might qualify.

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