Dental Implants Hampshire offers several different implant solutions to fit into your life. Our dentists and practice staff will determine if you are a candidate for dental implants in Hampshire and will personally guide you through your individual choices and options to get back your happier, healthier smile.
Snap-on denture implants
There are several types of implants and implant systems which can be used to secure dentures successfully. Our systems provide ‘snap-on’ denture stabilisation so that your dentures stay in place, yet can still be removed for successful cleaning and care. These can be a more affordable option than non-removable choices and are ideal for many of our denture-wearing patients.
Full-arch implant solutions
We also offer other implant systems that are more permanent and not removable by the patient. They provide additional support and the bonus of fully natural tooth functionality.
Single and multiple tooth implants
There is also a range of options where dental implants in Hampshire are used with a bridge or crown to replace one or more missing teeth. They provide a robust permanent long-term solution to replace missing teeth. With prices starting at £2,500, maybe it’s time to consider filling in those gaps.
Dental implants history
While the idea of replacing missing teeth with various tooth substitutes has been around for thousands of years, modern implant dentistry really began with the introduction of titanium post installations in the 1960s.
Can I afford it?
We know that dental implants in Hampshire can be quite pricey for many people. Advances in technology in recent years have essentially halved the cost of dental implants. We’re proud to be a part of this, as it allows us to offer you a healthier smile for less. We are also proud to offer your full procedure at one fixed cost that we guarantee will not change or increase.
That is why we have introduced a payment plan to spread the cost of your treatments with us. We offer our finance through Chrysalis Finance. Our options include 0% interest when payments are spread over 12 months, or 9.9% APR if they are over five years.