The team of Dental Implants Hampshire practitioners has advanced training in implant skills and use implant techniques recognised for their innovation and reliability. We invest in the latest, most advanced equipment and are happy to offer our patients comprehensive planning. This is to ensure the type of dental implants selected are best suited to the needs and budget of every individual patient.
To help us in this, we have a CT scanner available for implant dentistry here at our Hampshire practice. This ensures that we have the fullest possible picture of your jaw structure and dental issues before starting your dental implants in Hampshire. We are very proud to be one of the few practices in the whole of the county offering this technology to their patients.
Are dental implants painful?
Most patients are already familiar with local anaesthetic used by most general dentists for simple procedures such as fillings. The placement of an implant is gentle and precise and uses a local anaesthetic. During the days following surgery some people may feel some minor discomfort, as this is part of the healing process, but simple painkillers such as paracetamol will alleviate the pain.
How long do dental implants in Hampshire take?
Your personalised treatment plan is normally divided up into a series of appointments spread over several months, depending on the complexity of the case. At your initial consultation, we will discuss with you the number of appointments that are required and the timescales involved, so that you are clear on what to expect from your dental implants in Hampshire.
Are dental implants expensive?
Whenever you are having a tooth or teeth replaced you should consider the implant option and compare the benefits against the more traditional approaches. As with many things in life, you get what you pay for. An implant is often the ideal way of dealing with gaps, although there are cheaper alternatives including a denture or bridge that may satisfy your needs too.
We will always provide a quote after your initial assessment and are happy to offer interest-free and low-cost finance options which allow payments to be spread over 12 months to five years.