When looking at dental implants in Cambridge, you can find dentists that offer all types of tooth implants, with the most-up-to-date techniques, that may not always be available at a standard dental practice.
From a single tooth replacement, to the more common multiple implants, or the complex Zygomatic implants or Same Day Smiles, our friendly and expert dentists can offer the best solution for you after having your obligation free one on one discussion with the implant surgeon or the treatment coordinator.
The benefits of having a tooth implant are numerous, the implant replaces both the root and crown of the missing teeth whilst protecting the remaining teeth, it also stops jawbone resorption and it is 92-98% effective compared to dentures.
Offering a free initial consultation, our dentists will assess your case, and recommend the right dental implant option for you. They will talk you through the whole process, from consultation to actually fitting the implant, and also what finance options are available, to make it easier for you and more affordable.
It is important to feel comfortable with any decision you make on your tooth replacement, and your free consultation is the place to ask your dentist any questions or concerns that you may have. To help you with this, we have put together the top 5 questions to ask your dentist when choosing a treatment. These are very common and tend to be asked by new and existing patients.
Even if you are a nervous patient, our friendly dentists will talk you through any concerns you may have about the treatment options, and you can rest assured that you are in extremely skilled and qualified hands of industry leaders with years of experience.
You can book your free initial consultation by filling up the form in this page with your details, appointment date and preferred implant service.
The City of Cambridge is located about 50 miles north of London, and features a historic marketplace as well as the famous University of Cambridge; one of the world’s oldest universities. When visiting Cambridge for your appointment, you can also enjoy punting on the River Cam, or climb the tower of the Great St Mary’s Church for astonishing views of the city.
Cambridge is a very old and important city. There is proof of settlements in the Cambridge area since prehistoric times, evident in the remains of a 3,500 year old farmstead at the site of the Fitzwilliam College. There is also archaeological evidence that there were settlers during the Bronze Age and Roman times, however it was under Viking rule that Cambridge became an important trading epicenter.
Cambridge makes easy use of the nearby A14, A428, A10 and M11, and only takes one hour to visit by train from London’s Kings Cross.
Cambridge also has the highest level of cycle use in the UK, so take a tour of the beautiful city in the most personal way – a bicycle!