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Discover Dental Implants in Crown Bank Dental

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From £49 a Month

Single Dental Implants

Dental implants are able to support a variety of restorations in the mouth, including bridges, dentures and crowns.

As they’re surgically placed into your jawbone, they help it to maintain its volume in areas where teeth have been lost. We love dental implants, as they’re the undisputed top treatment for tooth replacement as they help us to provide a fixed solution to replacing missing teeth without putting any extra stress any other teeth.

Single dental implants: the process

We will first establish whether or not you have sufficient healthy jawbone to support a dental implant. Very often bone grafting crystals and techniques are used to help enhance the bone around where the implant is planned to be placed.

A carefully crafted treatment plan is central to the success of dental implants. We’re meticulous here at Crown Bank, leaving no stone unturned when planning your treatment. Using state-of-the-art technology, we can reach a predictable outcome by taking digital photos and 3-Dimensional X-rays to gain a complete picture of your oral health and oral anatomy before treatment starts.

Your implant is placed under local anaesthetic and left to heal for several months. We will create your restoration using the diagnostic information we collected when planning your treatment, so you can expect an authentic-looking result that fits in with the context of your whole smile. The restoration is then placed over your implant once your bone has knitted around the implant.



What is a dental implant?

Dental implants are titanium screws that act as replacement tooth roots. A fixed or removable restoration like a crown, bridge or dentures can then be attached over the top of the implant, to improve your function and aesthetics.

Does getting a dental implant hurt?

As the process is performed under local anaesthetic, you won’t feel anything while the implant is being placed.

It’s completely normal to experience some discomfort for a couple of days after the procedure, which is well controlled with over-the-counter (OTC) painkillers. If you’re at all worried about any pain after the procedure, please get in touch with us.

Will my dental implant last forever?

With the right care, dental implants have the potential to last your whole life. Problems like poor oral hygiene, smoking and gum disease can threaten the life of your implant, so it’s incredibly important that you attend dentist and hygienist appointments on a regular basis.

In some very rare cases, implants can fail. However, the success rate is 95% making them a viable option in the majority of cases.

The restoration sitting over the top of your implant (crown, bridge or dentures), may require replacement or maintenance, just like a real tooth might.

What does a dental implant feel like?

One of the primary reasons dental implants are thought of as the best mode of tooth replacement, is because they bear the closest resemblance to real teeth. Whilst your restoration might feel a bit different when it’s first placed over the top of your implant, you will quickly acclimatise to its presence. Smiling, chewing and speaking naturally will become second nature.


Dental Implants product range

Single Tooth Implants

Single dental implants are used to replace a missing tooth.

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From £49 a month

Multiple Tooth Implants (3+)

Multiple dental implants are used to replace several missing teeth, in one or more areas of the mouth.

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From £99 a month

Implant Retained Denture

Implant retained dentures are an alternative to traditional dentures. They won't come loose or fall out.

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From £75 a month


All-on-4 is used to replace a whole jaw of teeth using 4 dental implants.

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From £99 a month


All-on-6 replaces an entire arch of missing teeth using 6 dental implants.

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From £99 a month

Teeth In A Day

Implant retained dentures are an alternative to traditional dentures. They won't come loose or fall out.

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From £99 a month

Single tooth

implant fees are £2,995 per implant site


  • Surgical guide stent
  • Bone grafting and bone manipulation at the time of implant placement
  • Implant placement and healing abutment
  • Removal of stitches and review appointment
  • Impressions digital or moulds
  • Fitting of single tooth implant crown
  • All required small x-rays

A single completed implant includes all of the surgery, materials, review appointment, time and x-rays.

This cost does not include

  • The removal of any teeth required for your treatment,
  • A temporary tooth to fill a gap (not required for a tooth at the back of the mouth),
  • Implant uncovering appointment, which may be necessary if at the time of implant placement, gum has been placed over the implant to provide further protection during healing
  • Any bone augmentation such as sinus lifts (sometimes required for replacing upper back teeth) or bone manipulation and grafting required prior to implant placement

Replacing all teeth in upper or lower jaw 

If you are missing all of your teeth in your upper or lower jaw or your remaining teeth have a poor prognosis, implants can be used to replace all of your teeth. There are often fixed (implant bridge) or removable (implant overdentures) options:

Full Arch Fixed Implant Bridge also known as ‘All-On-4’ or All-On-X’:

A full arch implant bridge is a fixed bridge held in position in your jaw and secured with dental implants. Full arch fixed bridges replace all of your teeth in the respective jaw.

The fees for this treatment range from £14,500 to £19,500 per jaw, depending on the number of implants required and bridge prosthesis materials selected.

Removable Implant overdentures (clip in dentures):

Implant overdentures are dentures stabilised by dental implants, making the wearing of a denture more comfortable and secure.

  • Upper Jaw: A minimum of 4 implants are required for an upper implant overdenture. The fees are £8,500 (includes 4 implants, guide stent, bone grafting at implant sites, review and impression appointments, implant abutments and overdenture prosthesis)
  • Lower Jaw: A minimum of 2 implants are required for a lower implant overdenture. The fees are £4,750 (includes 2 implants, guide stent, bone grafting at implant sites, review and impression appointments, implant abutments and overdenture prosthesis)


Dental Implants procedure





· Implant and restorative / treatment planning consultation Includes: · Panoramic x-ray: taken on arrival to your appointment · Digital impression if required · Small x-rays if required · 1 x CBCT scan (required for implant treatment planning). This scan may be taken at a later date (at no additional fee, depending on your clinical needs) · Impressions if required · Photographs


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Pros & Cons

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  • A quick solution for replacing teeth – you can even replace an entire smile in one day!
  • Fill gaps in your smile with completely natural looking replacement teeth
  • Smile confidently with beautiful new teeth
  • Enjoy an unrestricted diet
  • Prevent jawbone wear and reduce pressure on other teeth
  • Long lasting and highly durable


  • Dental implants do require surgery
  • You'll need to allow time to heal afterwards
  • location
  • 1 Crown Bank
  • Sandbach
  • Cheshire
  • CW11 1FW
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