Our mission is you and our commitment is your smile. Our team is known for their approach to very nervous patients with phobias of dentistry and of course the dreaded dental chair. We have developed a technique where trust is progressively built up during the course of the treatment. When most of our patients started their treatments they could not imagine themselves going through the process of having dental implants placed, afterwards our patients are at ease and thankful they gave us their trust. When most of our patients started their treatments they could not imagine themselves going through the process of having dental implants placed, afterwards our patients are at ease and thankful they gave us their trust.
A friendly Practice and a transparent treatment Plan
If you decide to have treatment with us, you will be greeted in our friendly Marylebone practice by our treatment co-ordinators who will run through your details with you before attending your Free Consultation with our Implantologist Dr Santos. Once you have had your consultation, we will send you your full treatment plan written in layman’s terms so that you fully understand all the treatments and costs.
No hidden costs and the option to spread your payments over your treatment
We have and will continue to charge fair prices that will not increase or change throughout the treatment plan. They are set from the start and payment plans are discussed at an early stage to give our patients all the information they need to budget efficiently for their plans.
The last stage of your implant treatment is the prosthesis which is more commonly known as either the crown, bridge or over denture. We work closely with our skilful and talented laboratory technicians when producing the part of the treatment that will be clearly visible to all. Our aim is to make something that looks both natural and beautiful, will function perfectly and will last well against the stresses your mouth creates when biting and chewing. Our technicians are really engineers, who work to a much smaller scale. They use the latest techniques and materials along with 3D computer technology such as CAD/CAM to be able to plan and measure their work precisely.