Do you have dentures or bridgework? Are you thinking about getting dentures or bridgework to replace your missing teeth?
If you have been using your dentures/bridgework for a long period of time, you may already be experiencing some of the problems associated with your dentures becoming loose. Especially if you have removable dentures as they are created to fit tightly against the gums, inside the mouth. However, with long-term use, the dentures will eventually become loose as the gums and jawbone which provide support to the dental appliance undertake the inevitable bone deterioration. As a result, the dentures may move unexpectedly inside the mouth, and may even fall out completely from the mouth. Dentures and bridgework as they maybe loading and impeding upon the other natural teeth can also cause problems to the other natural teeth and in the long term may cause untold damage.
For those patients who have suffered for years with dentures or bridgework which do not fit properly or come loose at the most inconvenient of times they may find that dental implants are a much better option of replacing missing teeth or a gap and you can be safe in the knowledge that they are a stable secure long lasting fixture which integrates with your bone in your jaw acting like your natural teeth whilst not impeding on your other natural teeth and you can have the teeth and biting surface you have always wanted. That apple which once would have been a No can now be turned into a Yes Please….with the smile you have always wanted.
When considering Dental Implants here at the Marylebone Implant Centre we recommend that you do your research, ask for recommendations (Colleagues, friends, relatives, dentist), compare prices and consider the following factors which will help with your decision on whether to go for dental implants are not:
How long will the denture/bridgework last as opposed to dental implants?
How secure is the denture/bridgework compared to dental implants?
How much does the denture/bridgework cost? How much does dental implants cost?
How will this affect the rest of my natural teeth?
Will I require Implants in the future anyway?
At the Marylebone Implant Centre we believe that in the long term Dental Implants are the most effective way as well as being the most cost effective way to replace missing teeth or a gap as denture and bridgework have shown over the years to have a short life span and become loose and move about in your mouth effecting your biting and impeding on the rest of your natural teeth. They have more risk of failure and you may constantly be at your dentist having the denture/bridgework adjusted, repaired or mended.
When comparing the costs and fees of the denture/bridgework against dental implants in the short term they may look the most economical option however most patients find that after approximately 5 years of constantly trying to get them to fit correctly and coping with them they inevitably are required to go ahead with dental implants as the denture/bridgework have also caused some bone deterioration. The cost of dental implants can be a little bit more expensive in the initial outlay however in the long term we have found them to be the most consistent form of treatment and in the long term can be the most cost effective dental treatment and in some cases to be a little cheaper.
The cost of treatment can be one of the reasons why many of us put off having dental implant treatment. Here at Marylebone Implant Centre we offer several options to enable you to spread the cost. The total amount of your treatment plan will be spread across your treatment and you can pay as you go along. We also have a finance company that we use that you can apply to once you have your full cost of treatment from your plan. We are also happy for patients to call us at the end of each month and make a payment. We understand that the cost of treatment can be expensive and we want to make sure our services are open to everyone, you can discuss payment options with our treatment co-ordinators who will be more than happy to help you decide on an option that is best for you.
For further information please contact us on 020 34342934 or via email at: [email protected] or via our online Chat on our new streamlined website at: www.maryleboneimplantcentre.co.uk
Our implants fees start from £995 per tooth when four or more implants are placed at one time and this is inclusive of the implant, abutment and final crown. Call today and Book A Free of Charge No Obligation Consultation and Treatment Planning