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Dental Implants In Leicester

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Dental Implants In Leicester

Dental Implants In Leicester

Dental Implants in Leicester are the most innovative and naturally stable method for permanent tooth replacement. If you are unfortunate to have lost a tooth, be it a single tooth or more, or you suffer from loose-fitting dentures, we can replace them permanently with implants.

We are perfectly located and cover a wide area of Leicester, Leicestershire, Hinckley and Coventry for Dental Implants, with many of our patients travelling from all over the UK and Europe for the bespoke 4 hours “Teeth in a day” & All on 4 Implant treatment.

Pricing

For Dental Implants in Leicester

Types Of Implants

Take a look at some of our different types of dental implant in Leicester procedures. 

Natural Tooth Vs Dental Implant

About

Benefits Of Dental Implants

Many people prefer to go down the dental implant route rather than dentures due to their long-lasting nature, durability and low maintenance characteristics.

Dental implants are well known for restoring self-confidence, as, unlike dentures, they are fixed, meaning no issues with speech, eating or smiling due to slipping, chapping or falling out dentures.

Some of the key advantages of choosing dental implants are:

Discreet: Dental implants are carefully designed to match the shade, size and shape of your natural teeth. When done properly, it’s sometimes impossible to spot which one is the implanted tooth/teeth.
Fixed and long-lasting: Implants can last up to 30 years as they are designed to be a permanent solution to missing teeth. Many of our patients are well within their 20-25 years and are still going strong.
Prevents bone loss: Dental implants provide the same functionality as natural teeth, therefore stimulating the jaw and preventing bone loss, unlike dentures.
Restores the basic human functions: Often with loose dentures or missing teeth, people avoid foods like meat, apples and bread, they also lack confidence when smiling and have distorted speech.

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The Dental Implant Process

The phrase 'Dental Implants' strikes fear and uncertainty into people's minds because it sounds so complex and medical. Think of it as a tooth replacement, which it is and you can begin to approach the procedure with more comfort. Here is the process, simplified. Of course, some procedures vary based on patients' circumstances, but more often than not, it goes as follows...

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Visit our specialist practice to meet with one of our implatologists whom will educate you on the best options for you.

Complimentary Consultation

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After examination of the mouth and x-rays, our implant dentist's will decide upon the type and number of implants required, their sizes, and their exact positions in your mouth. They may also fabricate an implant guide to ensure the best possible positioning of the implants in your mouth.

Treatment Plan & Costings

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Placing implants in the mouth is a relatively painless procedure, and the majority of the implants are placed using a local anaesthetic.

Implant Placement

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The dental implants need time to integrate with the bone before the final crown fitting. An interim replacement tooth can be provided so that you do not have a gap for this time. In most cases, crowns may be fitted within three months after placing the implants. In certain situations, it may be completed earlier or delayed for up to six months.

Implant Stabilisation Period

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After the stabilisation period and the gums have healed, the final prosthetic teeth (crowns, bridges or denture) are placed onto the implants. Now it’s time to show off your new smile.

Placing New Teeth

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Help & FAQ

General Question

Dental implants in Leicester can feel like you’re taking a big step, our FAQ’s are designed to put your mind at ease. If you have visited our practice before, perhaps for bridgework, then you will know our specialist practice and dentists are rich with knowledge to ensure you are making the right choice. 

How long do dental implants last?
How long do dental implants last?
If properly cared for, as you would with real teeth, dental implants can last a lifetime. The crown (tooth fitting) may need replacing through wear and tear after 10-15 years.
What is the failure rate of dental implants?
What is the failure rate of dental implants?
We are incredibly proud of our 99% success rate. After your dental implants procedure, the process for the implant to fuse with your jawbone can take a few months.
How do I care for dental implants?
How do I care for dental implants?
Dental implants are effectively your new set of teeth, so they should be looked after in the same way. Brushing, flossing, rinsing with mouthwash and regular visits to the dentist will keep your teeth and mouth healthy.
Can I eat normally after dental implants?
Can I eat normally after dental implants?
We want you to be able to eat anything you like. Many people find they can enjoy their favourite foods, with common requests being that patients would like to be able to eat apples, steak and sandwiches again. Most people find that this is the biggest positive to having dental implants. Immediately after you have had implants placed we advise you to have a soft diet for a few days or even weeks. If we are able to attach a temporary fixed tooth or teeth to your implant/implants the post-operative effect on your eating is very much minimised.
Do dental implants hurt?
Do dental implants hurt?
No, but there may be slight discomfort and swelling the week after the surgery.
How much do dental implants cost?
How much do dental implants cost?
Every single case is slightly different and so every treatment plan might vary in cost to a certain degree. After your consultation, an estimate of cost will be produced for the proposed treatment and for any alternatives that might be seriously considered. Your budget will help to guide the proposed treatment options where required.

Our Case Studies

Our past cases are what put our future patients at ease. Why not take a look. 

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Meet Our Dentists

Our specialist practice are welcoming, rich with knowledge and honest advice. Get to know them below. 

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Dr Amit Kotecha
GDC NO. 67404 Principal Dentist and Registered Specialist Oral Surgeon
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Dr Savan Zala
GDC NO. 83689 Dentist
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Dr Hiren Vaghela
GDC NO. 265401 Associate Dentist

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0116 239 0983
Implant & Cosmetic Hotline
0116 239 0941

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Our location

2a, Warren Court, Warren Ln, Leicester
LE3 3LW