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Implant Retained Dentures in Coventry

Replace ill-fitting dentures with implant retained dentures to help boost your confidence and improve your smile.

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Looking for a solution for missing teeth?

You could soon talk, eat, laugh and smile again with the help of Implant Retained Dentures. This modern and innovative dental procedure could replace your ill-fitting and uncomfortable dentures. With just 4 dental implants, you could enjoy a full arch restoration.

Implant retained dentures use dental implants to create an anchor for your dentures. You will enjoy a natural-looking smile, a restored bite and improved facial aesthetics. To learn more about how implant retained dentures could work for you, get in touch with Bhandal Dentistry in Coventry.

Benefits of Implant Retained Dentures

  • Full arch restorations
  • Just 4 implants per arch
  • Smaller denture base
  • Natural-looking and feeling teeth
  • Maintain jaw bone and facial structure
  • Can be ‘snap-on’ removable dentures

Free consultation with our implant dentist, Dr Chetan Mathias

We offer a free virtual consultation and smile assessment followed by an in practice appointment with our cosmetic dentist. Dr Chetan Mathias is a well respected cosmetic dentist with a special interest in implant dentistry. He has performed over 4400 implants to date.

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer a permanent solution to missing teeth at any age.

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6 steps to
your new smile

Every patient journey is unique because we take the time to get to know you before creating your bespoke treatment plan. Here are the typical steps you can expect with dental treatment from Bhandal Dental Practice.

Step one

Free assessment

We offer no obligation virtual consultation with our dentist, Dr Chetan Mathias

Step two

Treatment planning

We discuss different options that are able to get the desired result.

Step three

Treatment

Includes prep hygiene work and implant placement, possibly bone or soft tissue grafts also.

Step four

Recovery

Once the implant is placed, there is a healing period which differs for each patient

Step five

Final appointment

The final stage is to have the prosthetic crown or bridge fixed to the implant

Step six

Aftercare

This is an important step, poor hygiene can lead to implant failure.

Our practice is CQC registered and our goal is to offer and provide the highest standard of dental care to our patients at all times.

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How does it work?

Implant retained dentures offer an alternative to dentures. The journey starts by placing 4 dental implants for each arch. These small titanium roots will then bond with the jaw bone in a process known as osseointegration.

Once healed, an abutment is placed on the implant to create an anchor point for your denture. This anchor can be permanent, or provide a ‘snap-on’ solution, allowing you to remove your dentures to care for them.

Your new teeth will look and feel just like real teeth. You will be able to eat your favourite foods, laugh with confidence and say goodbye to sore spots and pressure points. Implant retained dentures also help to preserve bone mass in the jaw, which can help to maintain a youthful facial structure.

To find out more about implant retained dentures in Coventry, get in touch with the friendly team at Bhandal Dental Practice today.

Frequently asked questions

Dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth. They are surgically placed in the jawbone and the implant acts as a replacement for a tooth root. The root is made from titanium while the crown is typically made from porcelain. With the correct care, dental implants will last a long time.

Dental implants offer a permanent and lasting solution to missing teeth. Having missing teeth can be damaging to your self-esteem in addition to impacting your wider health. You may avoid eating healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables because you are unable to eat them with your dentures. Dental implants can restore your ability to eat, drink and speak with confidence.

Dental implants vary in price depending on the complexity of the procedure. Our dental implants start at £2200 for a single implant.

Diabetes will not automatically prevent you from having dental implants, but there are more factors to consider when a diabetic patient requests dental implant surgery. If your diabetes is under control and you do not have signs of gum disease, you may be a suitable candidate for dental implants. However, a dentist is unlikely to consider dental implants for a patient who does not have their diabetes under control.

If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants could offer the ideal solution. Dental implants can be used to replace dentures in elderly people, or they can be used to replace single teeth in younger people who have suffered facial trauma. There is no age range for dental implant treatment.

Your suitability for dental implants will depend on a number of factors. During your initial consultation, your dentist will ask questions about your lifestyle to determine if you are suitable. Your dentist will also consult Xrays and scans of your jaw bone to determine if you can have dental implants.

Fitting dental implants is a surgical procedure, so only those who are qualified in implant dentistry can carry out the procedure. A dentist who has qualified in the UK is not automatically able to carry out a dental implant procedure. An implant dentist will typically hold a Dip in Dent RCSEd of FGDP(UK).

The main advantage of dental implants is they offer a permanent solution to missing teeth than look and feel like natural teeth. The implant mimics the role of a tooth root, so you will be able to restore your bite. Perhaps the biggest advantage of dental implants over a bridge or denture is that it can help to prevent bone loss and the sunken appearance associated with it. By using a dental implant instead of a bridge or denture, your jawbone will take the force of your bite, ensuring that it does not lose density.

Gum disease can cause problems when your dental implants are healing. If you currently have active gum disease, you will not be a suitable candidate for dental implants. Dental Implants require good oral health to be successful. Tooth decay is another factor which may prevent you from getting dental implants.

There is no upper age limit for dental implants. Provided you are healthy enough for a routine procedure, there should be no issue in fitting dental implants. The density of your jaw bone is the only thing that might prevent you from having dental implants, and this can decrease with age.

Smoking increases the risk that a dental implant will be rejected. Your dentist will not go ahead with treatment until you have demonstrated that you are willing to adjust your lifestyle to protect your dental implants. Smoking is very bad for your oral health, but it also slows down the rate of healing. This means that dental implants are more likely to fail. If you are interested in dental implants, it is best to quit smoking before enquiring.

Yes, dental implants are becoming a very popular alternative to dentures. You can replace one or multiple teeth using dental implants. You can have a fixed or removable bridge, which means you can still take your implant retained dentures out for cleaning.

When considering dental implants, you should ensure you only work with a skilled implant dentist. This is a specialist area of dentistry and not all dentists have the training and experience to place dental implants correctly. This can have a huge impact on the success of your dental implant procedure.

Before getting started with the dental implant procedure, make sure you are aware of the steps in the process and the recovery times. You should also research the aftercare requirements to make sure you know how to handle your dental implants. A high-quality dental implant practice will provide a written dental implant plan so that you understand every step in the process.

The success rate of implant retained dentures is generally high. However, the outcome of your dental implant procedure will often be influenced by the quality of aftercare, so it's important to understand and follow instructions.

Recovery time for implant retained dentures can vary depending on the individual. It is important to follow the instructions of your dental surgeon. Generally, it takes several months for the implants to heal and fuse to the jawbone.

A bone graft may be needed if there is not enough bone in the jaw to support an implant. This will need to be determined by a qualified dental surgeon.

Implant retained dentures are more stable and comfortable than traditional dentures. They can help preserve the jawbone and prevent bone loss. And they can help improve the appearance of the smile. Traditional dentures are less expensive, but they are not as stable or comfortable.

It can take several months to complete the implant retained denture process. The implants need to heal and fuse to the jaw bone before they can support a denture.

Yes, this is a permanent treatment option. The implants should last a lifetime, but you may need to replace or replace the denture due to wear and tear.

Implant retained dentures can vary in cost depending on the number of implants needed and the complexity of the procedure. Generally, they are more expensive than traditional dentures.

Risks associated with implant include infection, implant failure, and damage to the jawbone.

There are many benefits to implant retained dentures. They are more stable and comfortable than traditional dentures. They can help preserve the jawbone and prevent bone loss. And they can help improve the appearance of the smile.

Implant retained dentures are dentures that are held in place by implants. The implants are usually placed in the jawbone and act as anchors for the dentures. Implant retained dentures are usually more stable and comfortable than traditional dentures.

This will depend on your individual case. If there is an infection around the tooth, it is advisable to allow the socket to heal before carrying out the dental implant procedure. This will typically take between 6 to 8 weeks. The bone and soft tissue need to be in good condition before the dental implant procedure begins.

Although it is called dental surgery, you won’t be asleep. A numbing agent is used followed by a local anaesthetic which is administered with a needle. You will be awake but you will not feel any pain. You might feel some pressure, but this will not be painful. You might also hear some noises which sound uncomfortable, but again, you will not feel any pain.

The gum where the implant is to be placed will be cut open and a drill will be used to create a small hole in your jaw bone. The implant will be placed in the hole and the gum will be stitched up over the implant. This will be left to heal before you return for your second of three procedures.

During your second visit, the gum will be opened again and an abutment will be attached to the dental implant. This is the visible portion of the implant which sits above the gum line and is used to attach the crown or bridge to the implant root.

Once the gum has healed around the abutment, you will return for the final restoration when your crown, bridge or arch will be placed. This completes the dental implant procedure.

The first stage of the dental implant process will involve placing the titanium implant root into your jawbone. The area will be completely numbed using a local anaesthetic which will be injected at a few sites in your gum. A numbing cream will be used to ensure you don’t even feel the injection.

A local anaesthetic is used throughout the implant procedure, so you will be awake but you will not feel any pain. Your gum will be cut open and a drill will be used to create a pocket for the implant. After the implant is placed, the gum will be stitched up. The implant will then be left to heal for around 2 to 3 months. You may be given a temporary denture or bridge to wear while it heals for aesthetic reasons.

There are 3 main stages of the dental implant procedure. In the first visit, a small socket is drilled in your jaw bone and the dental implant placed. The gum will be stitched up and these sutures will need to be removed around 2 weeks later. The jawbone will then heal around the implant in a process known as osseointegration.

This takes around 2 to 3 months. After this, an abutment is placed on the dental implant. This is the part between the dental implant and the restoration crown. Once the gum has healed around the abutment, the crown is placed. At this stage, your dental restoration is complete. You will need to visit the dentist for regular checkups to ensure the dental implant is healthy.

Dental implants are commonly made of surgical grade titanium. This is a non-metallic alloy metal which is biocompatible, which means it is commonly accepted by the body. If you are allergic to titanium, a ceramic implant may be used.

Dental implants have a success rate of around 98%. It’s important to be aware of the risk factors that can increase the chances of your implant failing before undergoing a dental implant procedure. Diabetes, smoking and poor oral hygiene are the top causes of failed implants.

A dental implant procedure is no more painful than a tooth extraction or other dental procedure like a root canal. During the procedure, your dentist will use a local anaesthetic to numb the area. You will be awake, but you should not feel any pain. During the healing process, you might feel some discomfort, but you should be able to manage this with over the counter pain medication.

At the start of your dental implant journey, your dentist will carry out a full assessment of your dental health. This will include X Rays and 3D models of your teeth and jaw structure. This will be used to create an implant treatment plan which will allow you to decide if you want to go ahead with the treatment.

Many patients report that their discomfort is minor and that it can be easily controlled with over the counter pain medication. A local anaesthetic is used to numb the entire area during the procedure, so you should not feel any pain. As the implants settle and heal, you may have some mild discomfort. This pain should be no worse than the pain felt during a tooth extraction.

The implant procedure timeline will differ for each patient. If there are no additional procedures required such as a bone graft or multiple extractions, the full process can take as little as 4 months. The dental implant process takes place over 3 stages. The first involves placing the implant in the bone and allowing this to heal. This will take 2 to 3 months. Next, a healing abutment is placed on top of the dental implant. And finally, the crown or bridge is placed on top of the abutment.

Most dental implants are successful, and on average, there is a success rate of around 98% for this procedure. This all depends on the individual patient. If there is lower bone density, this can have an impact on success rates. Lifestyle choices such as taking up smoking can also have a negative impact on dental implants. And finally, caring for your dental implants will determine if they are successful.

A small socket is drilled in your jawbone to place the dental implant. It then takes around 2-3 months for the bone to heal around the implant in a process known as osseointegration. This is the name of the process by which living bone bonds with a load-bearing implant material. The result is a root that functions just like a real tooth root.

One of the biggest factors that will determine if you can have dental implants is the presence of enough healthy bone. Your dentist will check your bone density in your jaw to determine if implants are an option. A bone graft may be required to build up your jaw bone prior to implants, but this will increase the total amount of time required.

Dental implants are made from surgical grade titanium. It’s uncommon for the body to reject high-quality dental implants if the implant is able to heal correctly. If the post-implant procedures are followed and you take care of your oral health, there will be less of a chance that your dental implants will fail. In rare cases, you may have a titanium allergy which causes your implants to fail, but your dentist should check for this before the procedure begins.

Once your dental implant has healed, it will look and feel just like a natural tooth. You will be able to return to your normal diet as soon as the restoration is complete. The crown or bridge will be made of porcelain, so you may need to be careful with very hard or crunchy foods to ensure you do not crack the restoration.

Without proper aftercare, dental implants can fail. However, it’s important to remember that the quality of care received when placing the implants will also determine if problems arise with the implants. If your dentist is not experienced in placing implants, this will increase the risk of complications. This is becoming an increasing problem with dental implant tourism which is advertised as cheap and fast. When it comes to dental implants, you should take the time to find the right dental implant surgeon.

As the local anaesthetic wears off, you may begin to feel some discomfort. You should be able to manage this with an over the counter pain medication such as ibuprofen or paracetamol. If you are worried about how the implant is healing, return to the surgery for a checkup.

No, dental implants are designed to look natural and blend in with the rest of your teeth. If you are replacing your dentures with dental implants, this can be even more helpful as it means you will no longer need to worry about your dentures slipping or falling out.

A temporary bridge or denture can be used to conceal any gaps in your teeth while you are waiting for your dental implants to heal. If you are replacing your dentures with implant retained dentures, you will be able to continue wearing your dentures while you wait for the implants to heal.

While you are waiting for the full restoration, you should avoid cleaning the area of your dental implant. This will typically be around 2 to 3 weeks while the implant site heals. Once the restoration is complete, you will be able to clean your dental implant as you would your natural teeth. Your dentist will give you a comprehensive guide to cleaning your teeth following a dental implant procedure, including interdental cleaning, which is very important.

Yes. This is to protect the dental implant site. A temporary bridge or denture will be provided to cover the missing tooth while you wait for treatment to be completed.

Once completely healed, you should be able to eat all of your favourite foods. Since the implant is placed in your jaw, the force of your bite will be absorbed by your jawbone rather than your gums. This will make it a lot more comfortable to chew your favourite foods. Care should be taken with hard foods as these can damage the porcelain crown or bridge.

Yes, dental implants are designed to look and feel just like real teeth. If replacing a single tooth, the dental laboratory responsible for creating your crown will work to replicate the colour of the rest of your teeth. This will ensure the restoration is imperceptible.

Implants can fail if they are not cared for properly. To increase your chances of your implant lasting for a long time, you should make sure they are placed by a qualified dentist. You should also follow all post-implant care advice and avoid certain lifestyle choices such as smoking.

No, you should not be able to see the dental implant. Dental implant dentists are trained to ensure that your dental implant looks as natural as possible. During the implant procedure, a healing abutment is placed on top of the implant prior to the crown. This allows your dentist to sculpt the gum to ensure it looks as natural as possible.

Most dental implants are designed to be fixed in your mouth. Only a dentist will be able to remove them if required. If you would like to be able to remove your dentures, then implant retained dentures should be considered. This will allow you to remove them to clean them.

Before having an MRI, it’s important to tell your doctor or technician that you have dental implants to confirm they are safe. Dental implants are made from a non-metallic alloy metal, which means they should be safe in an MRI machine.

Yes, dental implants are designed to look and feel just like real teeth. If replacing a single tooth, the dental laboratory responsible for creating your crown will work to replicate the colour of the rest of your teeth. This will ensure the restoration is imperceptible.

Implant retained denture pricing

Understand the costs associated with implant retained dentures so you can make an informed choice. All prices are representative and the final cost of your treatment may be different. We will provide a comprehensive breakdown of what you can expect.

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Book your FREE consultation today

Our specialist dental implant suite at Bhandal Dental Practice in Coventry is equipped to provide excellent patient care from start to finish. Throughout the dental implant journey, we will keep you informed and in control.

To find out more about how implant retained dentures could transform your life, book a free consultation.

This is the ideal opportunity to ask questions about the procedure and what results you can expect to achieve. Your dentist can then create a personalised treatment plan and outline the affordable payment options available.

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Bhandal Dental Practice

298a‑c Foleshill Road
Coventry 
CV6 5AH

024 7668 6690
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