Dental Implants – The Benefits


Having a great smile isn’t just about looking good, it’s also about maintaining good dental health. It is important to find the right solution for missing teeth, and our dentists offer a free consultation to assess your needs.

Dental implants aren’t there to simply replace missing teeth. There are also many additional benefits:

Dental Implants are:

  • Natural looking, helping to increase your confidence smiling
  • Durable, with 98% success rate
  •  Stable. Unlike dentures, they will feel natural in your mouth.
  •  More comfortable than other tooth replacement options
  •  Permanent, whilst standard dentures and bridges only last 7 to 15 years
  •  Convenient, and easy to clean and care for

Dental Implants can:

  • Improve overall oral health
  •  Slow or stop bone loss
  • Boost confidence and self-esteem
  •  Make eating easier and more enjoyable, since dental implants don’t cover the palate like upper dentures do
  •  Stop surrounding teeth from shifting. With bridges and dentures, surrounding teeth are lost 30% of the time!
  •  Improve ease and distinction of speech

Dental implants comprise of three main parts: a titanium screw (this is placed into the jaw), an abutment, and a crown. These can be used to secure crowns, bridges and dentures.

Before a dental implant is fitted, a full assessment is always carried out. We want to make sure we are providing you with the correct service for your case.

For a dental implant to be successful, you need to have good oral hygiene. This means that you brush your teeth at least two times a day, for at least two minutes at a time. You also flush, and replace your toothbrush on a regular basis (we recommend every 2-3 months). You will also need to see your dentist for check-ups twice a year.

If you feel like you might be a good candidate, book a free consult through My Dental Implant UK’s dentist finder today!

Our cost and obligation-free consultation guarantees you are given all the information needed to start your dental implant treatment.
Your initial consultation will include:
  • One-on-one discussion with the implant surgeon or the implant treatment coordinator
  • Assessment of your records
  • A detailed obligation free fee estimate and timeline
  • Recommendations for dental implant treatment
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