Single dental implant
A single dental implant, replaces a missing or poor tooth through a small titanium screw/fixture which takes the place of the original root of the tooth. The fixture is gently placed under local anaesthetic where it bonds with the bone providing stability for the brand new permanent tooth which your dentist will fit for you.
We provide a range of options of tooth shape and colour for you to choose from.
Your implant treatment journey
You are welcomed by our warm and friendly reception team and then taken to meet your dentist who will be doing your implant procedure. He will go through all the treatment options available to you and you will be given the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have. We would like you to be completely at ease and confident that you have chosen the right treatment option for you, so ask any question that could be bothering you, big or small.
A bone density and volume CBCT scan is then taken in order to measure the density, width and depth of your jaw bone. This enables us to see whether your jaw is suitable for dental implants.
The implants are placed in a sterile environment under local anaesthetic; you may experience occasional swelling and/or tenderness for a short while post surgery.
Some of our patients do not require a CT scan or surgical extractions and we will only charge for these should it become necessary.
X-rays / OPG
|CT scan||From £120|
|Bone grafting||From £350|
|One year warranty||Practice plan cover available|
Watch John’s Dental Implant story
“Much more happier in myself and probably come across much better. I do feel I have more confidence to talk and to smile”
Why choose Corner House Dental for Implants?
- Experienced dentist, placing dental implants since 2000
- Conducting complex treatments every day
- Full range of implant treatments and quality materials
- 5-star post-treatment care
- Trusted by referral dental practices across Norfolk
- Flexible payment options, including interest free finance*
Dental implant FAQs
What are dental implants?
Dental implants act as replacement tooth roots and can be a removable or fixed foundation, created to match your natural teeth. Implants are a bespoke treatment which is what makes them so successful – they’re the next best thing to your own natural teeth.
Where is the screw placed?
It is placed into the jawbone
Where are the implant generally used?
They are used to close gaps in a person’s smile, where they may have lost a tooth previously or following an extraction of a tooth.
Can anyone have an implant?
Yes, if there is sufficient healthy bone.
What does having an implant involve?
Using a local anaesthetic, a metal screw is placed in the jawbone, which is usually followed by a healing cap placed on the implant site in order to protect it. After the Implant is placed, the jawbone needs to grow onto them and fuse to them.
Is it painful?
No, but there may be slight discomfort and swelling the week after the surgery.
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