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Dental implants available at Passage House Dental Care

Look in the mirror.
Do you have a tooth missing, a bridge or wear dentures?

Implants are one way of replacing missing teeth and are the most long lasting tooth replacement treatment available. Not only do they fill in gaps from missing teeth, but they can also help support fixed bridges and dentures.

One lovely patient at Passage House, who recently had dental implants commented on how they had changed her life. She felt too young to wear dentures and couldn't get used to the feeling of dentures in her mouth.

What are dental implants?

They come in two parts. The implant, which is placed in the jaw bone and acts like the root of a tooth and the replacement crown part of the tooth, which is fixed onto the implant.

Which Dentist will I have?

Rest assured you are in good hands. Your consultation will be with Dr Brad Hall, and your treatment will always be with Dr Hall.  This is because Dr Hall has the most experience, knowledge and passion for this kind of treatment and is changing lives (as quoted by one patient!) of Passage House patients every week through dental implants.

Dr Hall, has to date completed many post graduate surgical and restorative courses in the field of dental implants and such is his interest he has completed a four year (MSc) Masters in Science Degree in Implantology (Dental Implants).  He gained Distinction for his work on this MSc.

What happens?

Dental Implant treatment has two stages, all of which are carried out at Passage House Dental Care.

First Stage

  • Local anaesthetic is used to numb the area before precise space is made within your bone where the implant is to be placed.
  • The implant is screwed in to place within this space and the gum is stitched so that it heals around the implant.
  • Under the gum, the bone then grows round the implant to hold it firm. This can take several weeks and needs good oral care.

Second Stage

  • Dr Hall will assess the status of the first stage to ensure healing and bone growth is taking place as it should.
  • When the first stage has 'embedded' then the replacement tooth (crown part of the tooth) is then attached to the implant. This tooth is matched to the current shade of your teeth and will look and function as if it is your natural tooth.

Would implants be right for me?

First, you should decide whether implants are right for you by having a consultation and discussion with Dr Hall at Passage House Dental Care. Dr Hall will discuss the options openly and answer any questions you may have, including the costs. We will even work out a treatment schedule for you so you know what is happening and when. We also have finance schemes available, and we can discuss these with you at this stage if you feel they are appropriate for your circumstances.

Click here to take a look at our finance schemes.

(Passage House Dental Care is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority)

Passage House Dental Care has a dedicated section on their referral website about Dental Implants.  If you are not a Patient at Passage House Dental Care, please visit our referral website:  www.passagehousesmiles.co.uk.  It's simple.  Either refer yourself or ask your Dentist to refer you.

If you are a patient at Passage House Dental Care, our referral website contains some great information about Dental Implants.  You do not have to refer yourself to us, so feel free to email or call us today.

Give yourself confidence in your smile.

Email:  info@passagehousedental.co.uk
Tel:  0117 950 3141

Email Dr Hall today - brad@passagehousedental.co.uk

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For more information on the Neoss Dental Implant System, please click here and to download the dental implants practice leaflet, please click here