Dental Implant Teeth Options
Dental Implant Teeth Options: this page is designed to give people an idea of their options to replace missing teeth when using Dental Implants.
We use the very best Dental Implants available, to achieve a lasting solution. There are many types available, but the design of Ankylos ticks all the right boxes for our patients, and us.
As well as the implants themselves, we design and craft the individual Tooth Crowns.
Single Implant Tooth Crowns
As well as the normal colour matching and getting the dimensions exactly right, we will advise on the options available for a combination of being built to last and achieving that perfect look.
Choose from a range of systems and materials.
We will always talk through the decisions and have a look at some examples when you come to see us.
A Few Missing Teeth
Simply, where multiple replacement teeth are supported by an Implant at either side, we would call this a Dental Implant Bridge.
Implant Bridged Teeth,
In any situation where it is possible to support more teeth with less implants, it reduces costs, making the dental implant bridge a very good option for either a few missing teeth or full arch replacements, with more options below.
As you can see, the partial fixed dentures are supported purely by the implants, and not by adjoining teeth (better than the ‘old’ bridges by a mile).
Prices will vary according to the number of teeth and position.
Full Arch Teeth Replacements
There are two main methods of providing full arch replacement teeth for Dental Implants
Implant Retained Dentures
Dentures have always been cost effective, and have improved immeasurably in recent years.
By retaining removable dentures with Dental Implants it gives that best combination of cost and performance, but with greater stability. The stability effect is ‘not just’ improving the comfort and ability to eat and enjoy a wider range of food, but the confidence gained through what we think are now great looking replacement teeth.
Implant retained dentures start from £2,195 plus 2 fitted implants for the lower jaw, or 4 for the upper jaw.
Full Arch Acrylic Denture on Fixed Implant Teeth
The range of options for full arch replacement teeth seems to grow daily, and they get better all the time. New systems such as All on 4, and a growing number of immediate dental implants systems allow us to deliver Teeth in a Day, a transformational experience.
The Acrylic material are more flexible, forgiving and more easily repaired than porcelain, useful during the time people are getting used to them. Most full mouth teeth replacement patients would start with these.
This is a set from an existing patient of ours, don’t they look great?
Acrylic Denture Example Photo
A beautiful example of an acrylic denture on dental implants
For the full aesthetic appeal, then there simply is nothing better thant Porcelain, fixed implant teeth, hand finished, layer by layer by our master ceramicists.
Many patients will start with Acrylic Implants for the first few years, live with them (they look great don’t they?), and then make the decision to replace with Porcelain some time in the future.
The Free Consultation
Without seeing things for ourselves, we can’t tell people what their options are.
And so with that in mind, we are happy to offer free consultations, as this is a big decision for most people. We are careful to take budget, comfort and appearance into account when explaining all the available choices and there is never any pressure to proceed, and certainly not on the day.
We set out to be a friendly practice and try to provide everybody with what’s right for them, at an affordable cost. We hope our dentist reviews give that impression.
Dental Implants Price List
The following costs for Dental Implants are correct when written, but they can change. We will provide written pricing for each ‘cosmetic treatment’ as part of our free consultation. You don’t have to be a member to have treatment at Winning Smiles.
Dental Plan Membership
|It is free to join|
|Cost per Month||£18.90|
|Member Prices From:|
|Partial Acrylic Dentures||£331-£646|
|Full Dentures (per jaw)||£1,200|
Dental Implant Treatment
|Member Prices From:|
|Single Tooth Implant Surgery||£1,175|
|Crown Single Tooth||£1,075|
|Lower Implant Denture - on two simple implants||£5,000|
|Lower Implant Denture - on four simple implants||£8,000|
|Upper Implant Denture - on four simple implants||£8,000|
|Titanium acrylic full upper bridge||£12,500|
|Titanium acrylic full lower bridge||£12,500|
|Metal Ceramic full upper bridge||£18,500|
|Metal Ceramic full lower bridge||£18,500|
What they say about us
Judy – Denture Phobia
Thank goodness for Google! I searched “dental / denture phobia” and came up with the Winning Smiles website. I am 62 years old and work in a position where I am constantly dealing with people face to face. Having had dental problems for many years and having been unable to cope with regular dentures or even sitting in the dentist’s chair I was at the point of considering giving up work as my dental appearance was so poor I felt constantly embarrassed and yet could not overcome my phobia to visit a dentist.
From my first contact with Winning Smiles I have nothing but praise for Andrew Fennell and indeed his whole team. I now have denture implants and can smile again for the first time in years and although I still have some work to be done I have no fear! Thank you so so much.
Treatments: Implant Retained Dentures
Dental Review Response
Judy thanks so much for your honesty here. So many patients are in a similar situation and they want to know that something can be done to help them overcome their nerves and sort out their dental problems.
Many patients suffer so much with their dentures that they either give up and go ‘toothless’ or only wear them for show – being careful never to eat in front of anyone. Dentures can be very difficult to wear – even the good ones move around quite a bit (especially in the lower jaw) – eating hard food? Forget it.
Soft foods only – and nipping to the bathroom after every meal to remove trapped food. Hardly glamorous.
About 10% of denture patients can’t wear them because they cause gagging.
And why have these patients lost so many teeth in the first place? It’s as Judy says – a fear of visiting the dentist (often started as a child) which keeps them away unless they are in total agony by which time it is often too late to save the tooth and the extractions start. Our first task with a patient like Judy (and there are many) is to reassure them that
- 1) We care
- 2) We understand
- 3)We are not going to make you feel like its all your fault (its usually a childhood dentist at fault in truth)
- 4) We will take all the time we need (no rushing)
- 5) It’s never too late – we can provide a fully functioning solution.
I forget that I have implants
After an accident which resulted in losing some of my upper teeth I had dentures made by a previous dentist which I hated.
I wanted my teeth to look and feel natural without having to glue them in every morning and remove them at night. I decided to visit Winning Smiles for a consultation regarding implants. Andrew advised and explained everything and provided a detailed breakdown of the costs.
I was happy to go ahead and am so pleased that I plucked up the courage to have the implants fitted. Andrew is very skilled, he and his team are totally professional and put you at ease. Nothing is too much trouble and I can’t thank them enough. I have had no pain whatsoever, I can eat and talk normally now, in fact I forget that I have implants as they just feel and look like natural teeth, and the best thing ever is that I no longer have to remove my dentures every night!