Hove Dental Clinic provides safe, long-term tooth implants (dental implants) for all patients across Brighton and Hove. Our service is renowned for its customer care, and we place a firm focus on nervous patients. Through us, you will not only receive the finest dentistry service in Brighton and Hove, but you will also receive the best in-house care and support.
Whether this is your first time having a tooth implant or you are a returning patient, you will always receive professional care and treatment at our clinic.
If you’re looking to combine your tooth implant in another treatment, this is a service we can offer.
How Much Does a Tooth Implant Cost?
Most tooth implant prices in the UK range between £2,000 to £,2500. This service generally includes the implant, connecting the component and the crown.
Hove Dental Clinic provides tooth implant treatments from £2,300. This covers single tooth replacement and is fully incluse for implant and crown and all visits required. This only treatment not included in this is bone grafting, but this is not required for most patients.
More information can be found on our Private Charges page.
However, this price may differ somewhat depending on the specific requirements of the patient. For example, if they require additional work in order for the implant to be placed, such as tooth removal, bridge placement etc.
Learn More About Your Tooth Implant Procedure
We have an article based on everything you need to know about dental implants if you’re looking to learn more about dental implants, the procedure and the recovery process. This article serves as a very helpful guide eof first-time patients as well as returning patients who want to learn more about the tooth implant process.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants provide long-term (or in some cases, lifetime) solutions for replacing damaged or missing teeth. Implants consist of two parts, the artificial tooth and the screw. The screw is typically made from titanium screws that are implanted into your jawbone, essentially replacing the root.
Over time, this screw will fuse with your jawbone, offering a strong foundation and allowing you to eat and drink like you would with a normal tooth. The second part of the implant is the artificial tooth, which can be made out of many materials, but porcelain is the most common as it’s easily able to mimic your natural tooth colour.
You can have multiple implants
If you require more than one implant, we can offer this service. It may be that we can fit multiple implants in one procedure but this is something that will be discussed with you and also depend on your requirements.
You will have a consultation with your dentist before your tooth implant procedure is confirmed to ensure you understand he ins and outs of the procedure as well as your individual requirements,
Do You Require a Tooth Implant?
If you are in need of a tooth implant or want to arrange a consultation with our principal dentist for a checkup, please contact our team today. Prices for tooth implants start at £2,300 and we offer a number of finance plans to help you pay for treatment.
When you contact our dental team, you can rest assured that you will receive a safe, relaxing and pleasant experience during your dental implant procedure.
Below you can find some of the most popular questions asked about tooth implants and information regarding the price of tooth implants:
All professional tooth implants will cost you over £2,000 in the UK. There is no ‘cheap’ alternative to replacing missing or severely damaged teeth. If you require a tooth implant and do not seek treatment, this can lead to infection and become very painful. You may also face losing any neighbouring teeth if the infection spreads.
We offer a Denplan service that can help you break down the price of your dental implant. Additionally, we also offer a number of payment packages to help pay for your implant, for example, on a monthly price plan. For more information on our price packages, please contact our help desk
People who have no other option other than to have their teeth or tooth replaced make dental implants worth it. They provide long-term solutions for replacing your natural teeth and they are intrinsically designed to replicate your natural tooth and tooth colour.
Every patient is different but most tooth implants are expected to last from 20 to 25 years. In some cases, patients may be able to hold on to their tooth implants for the rest of their lives, but this depends on a variety of factors, including diet, avoiding accident and injury, cap material and the surgeon’s surgical experience.
The procedure is painless due to the fact you will be placed under anesthetic. In most cases, a local anesthetic is applied so that you are able to remain awake and communicate effectively with your density. However, if you have a severe phobia of dentists or have reason to demand to be placed under a general anesthetic, this is something that can be discussed with your dentist.
After the procedure, you can expect to be in some minor discomfort and minor swelling is common. However, this is a normal part of the recovery process and any pain can typically be alleviated through over the counter medication or medication provided by your dentist.