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Dental Implants in Clacton, quality and best price guarantee
Admired clinic is your premier destination for cutting-edge and affordable dental implants in Clacton. Our practice is dedicated to restoring your smile and confidence with state-of-the-art dental implant procedures tailored to your unique needs
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What are the benefits of dental Implants?
Natural Look and Feel: Dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, providing a seamless and comfortable fit.
Improved Speech: Unlike removable dentures, dental implants allow for clear and natural speech without the worry of slippage.
Enhanced Chewing Ability: With the strength and stability of dental implants, individuals can enjoy improved chewing efficiency, allowing for a broader range of foods.
Long-lasting Solution: Dental implants are a durable and long-term solution, often lasting a lifetime with proper care.
Preservation of Jawbone: Implants stimulate the jawbone, preventing bone loss and maintaining facial structure.
No Impact on Surrounding Teeth: Unlike traditional bridges, dental implants do not require support from adjacent teeth, preserving their integrity.
Enhanced Confidence: Dental implants restore the appearance and function of natural teeth, boosting confidence and self-esteem.
Convenience and Comfort: Implants eliminate the inconvenience of removable dentures, providing a comfortable and hassle-free solution.
Easy Maintenance: Dental implants require the same oral care as natural teeth, making maintenance simple and straightforward.
Improved Oral Health: Implants contribute to overall oral health by preventing issues associated with missing teeth, such as shifting and misalignment.
Why Choose Our Dental Implants?
At Admired clinic, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of dental implantology in the UK. Our experienced team, led by Dr. K pioneers in providing exceptional dental implant treatments that transform smiles and lives.
We offer a comprehensive range of dental implant services, including:
Same day dental implant: subject to oral health check.
Single Tooth Implants: Replace a missing tooth with a natural-looking implant for a seamless smile.
Implant-Supported Bridges: Restore multiple missing teeth, improving functionality and aesthetics.
All-on-4/All-on-6: Full arch implant solutions for those needing complete smile restoration.
Mini Implants: Ideal for patients with limited bone structure, offering stability and durability.
Our commitment to quality
At Admired clinic, quality is our highest priority. We combine expertise with premium materials and stringent sterilisation protocols to guarantee the highest standards of care.
Waht sets us apart?
Experience: With over 20 years of expertise in dental implantology, Dr. K has been a trailblazer in Clacton for successful dental implant treatments.
Personalized Care: Each patient receives tailored treatment plans and compassionate care throughout their implant journey.
Cutting-Edge Technology: We utilize the latest advancements in dental technology to ensure precise, efficient, and comfortable implant procedures.
Quality and Best price guarantee: Your satisfaction is our priority. That’s why we offer free consultations and a best-price guarantee, ensuring you receive the best price without compromising on quality. Our quality and price assurance reflects our confidence in providing unmatched value in the UK. If you’ve received a quote for your dental treatment, let us not just match it but surpass your expectations!
Conveniently Located in Clacton on sea, Essex
Our practice is conveniently situated in 91 Woodlands close in a calm and relaxing environment. We are easily accessible for residents seeking reliable dental implant solutions in Clacton and surrounding areas.
Contact Us for a Free Dental Implant Consultation
Ready to restore your smile and confidence? Schedule a free dental implants consultation with Dr. K at Admired clinic Take the first step towards a brighter, healthier smile with advanced dental implants in Clacton.
WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Dental implant act as replacement roots for your teeth and they are typically made of titanium or titanium alloys. Once placed in the jawbone, the bone grows around the implants and bonds with them as if they were bone tissue. Synthetic teeth are then mounted on the implants, ensuring an incredibly secure fit. In contrast to conventional options like dentures, dental implants have revolutionized dentistry. They are the only available solution that reliably supports surrounding teeth and stimulates natural bone formation
DENTAL IMPLANTS frequently asked questions
What are the benefits of dental Implants?
- Dental implants prevent bone loss. If you have lost teeth, the bone in the area can lose around 25% of its volume. However, dental implants keep the jaw bone active. This continued activity, courtesy of dental implants, helps to prevent bone loss in the event of tooth loss or extraction.
- Improved appearance. When you lose teeth, the shape of your face can change due to the loss of the underlying facial structure. This can result in issues with the lower face “shrivelling” and deepened marionnette-line wrinkles around the mouth. Dental implants eradicate these issues by continuing to provide support to the skin, muscles, and tendons of the face.
- Simple care. Dental implants do not require a huge amount of extra care; in fact, you will hardly notice any difference in your care regime to the oral health regime you practiced with natural teeth.
- Better for your remaining teeth. If you opt for bridges, your natural teeth and gum tissue may be eroded and damaged. Opting for dental implants is far preferable, as it preserves the health and integrity of remaining teeth and gum tissue.
- Reduce periodontal disease. Dental implants can help reduce the likelihood of suffering from periodontal disease, which – left unchecked – can cause heart attacks, strokes, and even Alzheimer’s Disease.
- Natural look. Dental implants look truly fantastic, and yours will be installed by the one of the best dentist in Clacton on sea.
How long should you wait to get a dental implant after extraction?
Dental implants tend to be highly subjective, so there is no hard and fast rule that applies to everyone. Depending on the condition of your jaw and mouth, the time needed between an extraction and the fitting of a dental implant can be six months… or no time at all. The latter may sound startling, but it’s true: you can have an tooth extracted and a dental implant fixed in the same procedure; this is often called an “immediate dental implant”.
How long does it take to get a dental implant?
The one downside of having dental implants is that it is not the quickest of procedures. In most cases, dental implants will require two surgical procedures to complete, though single-step procedures are available in certain circumstances.
With a two-stage implant procedure, you can expect the following:
In the first appointment, an implant is inserted onto the jawbone of the missing tooth/teeth. This is usually performed under local anaesthetic, though general anaesthetic options may be available if you are particularly nervous.
The jawbone and surrounding tissue will then be left to heal and secure the implant into place. This takes between three and six months.
When the implant is firmly secured and bonded to the bone, you will undergo a second surgery. This will involve the attachment of an abutment to the implant; the abutment is a kind of anchor between the implant and the tooth.
This will then be left to heal, before the final step of attaching the teeth to the abutment completes the process.
If you opt for a single-stage implant procedure, then – most commonly – the abutment stage will not be necessary. Your Clacton dentist will discuss during the consultation your options regarding the number of stages required for your specific needs.
What foods should you eat after dental implant surgery?
Dental implant surgery is similar to other forms of oral surgery, so you will want to eat soft foods that require minimal chewing after the procedure. For example:
- Scrambled eggs
- Cottage cheese
- Broth and/or soups
- Finely chopped chicken or beef
- Baked or mashed potatoes
- Ice cream
How much does a dental implant cost for one tooth?
If you are only looking for a single tooth implant, you can expect to pay around £950 and £2,900 in the UK. Front teeth will cost more than those at the rear of the mouth. The variation in cost is usually related to your personal circumstances and how much work is required.
If cost is a concern, one of the benefits of visiting our renowned Clacton Implant Centre is the fact that we offer 0% finance and monthly payment options to patients who choose a dental implant procedure – so you can spread the cost to ensure it is suitable for your personal budget! You will also profit from our many years of know-how and vast network. We place top priority on quality combined with an attractive price.
Is a dental implant safe?
Absolutely! Dental implants have been in use for over 30 years and have transformed the lives of legions of people for the better. If you have any concerns regarding whether dental implants are safe for you, please do raise them during your free consultation – we will be more than happy to explain and set your mind at ease.
Can you get dental implants on the NHS?
It is theoretically possible to qualify for dental implants on the NHS, but this option is only available to a select number of people for specific reasons.
For example, implants are sometimes available to people who;
- cannot wear removable dentures
- have suffered damage to their jaw or mouth (for example, from oral cancers)
- require implants as part of a reconstructive treatment following an accident
Essentially, you may be able to obtain dental implants on the NHS if you require the implants for non-cosmetic reasons. If the only reason for wanting implants is to improve your mouth and smile cosmetically, you will likely need to privately fund the procedure.
Can you get dental implants if you have gum disease?
As with many areas relating to dental implants, the answer to this question is: “it depends on the person”.
Generally, if you have active gum disease, you will be advised to resolve this issue prior to having dental implants fitted. However, in some circumstances, implants may actually be beneficial in helping to heal gum disease. Thankfully, you can have a free consultation with us in Clacton to discuss this issue further. We will assess existing gum disease before advising you further on the viability of implants.
How painful is it to get dental implants?
The actual procedure should be painless thanks to the anaesthetic; in this regard, it is no different to other forms of oral surgery.
The recovery process from dental implants can be uncomfortable, but not excessively so. You can ensure a swift and comfortable recovery time by…
- Eating soft foods
- Using ice packs to calm swelling
- When swelling has reduced, switch to a hot compress or wheat bag to relieve pain
- Rinsing your mouth with salt water
Most people find that the discomfort resolves naturally within a relatively short period of time.
How many years do dental implants last?
With the correct care, dental implants can last for the rest of your life. You will be provided with specific care tips following your implant procedure.
Can dental implants last forever?
Potentially! With the right care, as mentioned above, and maintenance from your dentist to manage issues related to wear and tear, your implants could certainly last for the rest of your life. In fact, dental implants are considered to be the most long-term, predictable dentistry procedure available.
What material is used for dental implants?
The most common material used for dental implants is titanium, with titanium alloys that include 6% aluminium and 4% vanadium particularly common. Implants made from titanium alloys have been heat-treated to improve their strength, and tend to be highly resistant to corrosion.
Alternatively, dental implants can also be made from zirconium or even ceramic materials. When you visit our practice in Clacton for dentist and implant consultations, we will advise you further on the implant materials we feel may be suitable for you.
How does it feel to have a dental implant?
Simply put, most people feel fantastic. Whether patients opt for all on 4 implants, all on 6 implants, single implants, or multiple implants, the feedback we receive is always the same: dental implants look and feel fantastic, and provide both aesthetic and practical benefits to the patient. If you opt for dental implants, you won’t regret it!