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Dental Implants at Dee Dental Paisley

19 November 2021

Dental Implants PaisleyWe're delighted to have two pieces of exciting news to share with you all.

We have introduced a new service at the practice and we now provide dental implant treatment!

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We have reduced the consultation cost and this is fully refundable when you go ahead with treatment!

 

To learn more about this new treatment we can provide, don't hesitate to ask at your next visit it get in touch and we'd love to discuss it with you.
 

In the meantime, learn more about Dental Implants with our FAQs

1. How much are implants?

Implants start at £2.5k per tooth (unit).
 

2. Can you get implants on the NHS?

Unfortunately, you cannot. In rare circumstances such as that for children who are born with missing teeth and those patients with previous mouth cancer, the treatment may be offered at the dental hospital.
 

3. How long do teeth implants last?

Dental implants last an average of 25 years. There are many reasons implants may last less than or longer than this average lifespan. People with good oral hygiene will have their implants last longer and those who do not smoke.
 

4. Are implants painful?

Dental implants are considered to be the best option to replace missing or damaged teeth. The procedure itself is not painful since it is performed with either general or local anaesthesia to completely numb the mouth. After dental implantation, once the numbness wears off, mild pain may be noticed.
 

5. What is the success rate?

Dental implants have a high success rate of around 95%, and they lead to an increased quality of life for many people.
 

6. How many teeth can you put on one implant?

Depending upon the condition of the person's gums and the bone, a single implant can sometimes be placed to support two adjacent teeth. More commonly, multiple implants are used to anchor fixed bridges or removable partials.