Be you again with dental implants

Long lasting option to replace missing teeth or broken teeth
Same day replacement of teeth
Looks and functions like natural tooth
FREE Consultation + CBCT planning Scan (worth £500)

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Finance Option

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Dental Implant Before and After

What are Dental Implants?

Loose, broken or missing teeth can have a massive impact not only on your smile, but your confidence and self-esteem. Dental implants are the gold standard solution to help replace missing teeth. They are metal cylinders placed into the jaw bone to help support a tooth crown.

Long Lasting

Dental implants are a popular choice among individuals seeking a long-lasting solution for missing teeth. Essentially, a dental implant acts as an artificial tooth root surgically inserted into the jawbone, providing a stable base for replacement teeth like crowns or bridges.


Typically crafted from biocompatible titanium, dental implants fuse with the bone over time, ensuring a secure and durable fit. Compared to other tooth replacement options, dental implants offer numerous benefits, including improved oral function and aesthetics.

Cost Effective

While the upfront investment may be slightly higher, dental implants are often the best choice for those in search of a permanent and natural-looking tooth replacement, making them a reliable choice for your oral health.

Dental Implant benefits

Comfortably Eat – With All-on-4 dental implants, you can enjoy your favorite foods without worry. They provide strong support, so you can eat comfortably, whether it’s crunchy snacks or hearty meals.

Less Maintenance – Unlike some dental implant alternatives, All-on-4 implants don’t require special cleaning or frequent adjustments. They are low-maintenance and don’t interrupt your daily routine.

Confident Smiles – These dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth. You’ll have a confident and beautiful smile, making social interactions with loved ones, such as talking and laughing, more enjoyable.

Long-Lasting Solution – All-on-4 implants are durable and long-lasting if looked after well. You can count on them for years, knowing that your oral health is taken care of.

Improved Comfort – All-on-4 implants enhance your comfort and convenience. No more worrying about loose dentures or discomfort while eating – you can speak and chew without any hassle.

Time-Saving – With fewer appointments, shorter healing periods and less invasive procedures, you save time, and you don’t have to constantly visit
the dentist.

how the process works


Implant is inserted
into the bone


Healing process of the bone (osseointegration)


Dental abutment
is placed on the dental implant


Ceramic crown is placed which replaces the real tooth

Our Dental Implant team

Dental Implants
Notting hill

Dr Viraj Patel

1000+ implants placed

MJDF RCS Eng, PgDip in Advanced Implant Dentistry (NYU), PgCert Clinical Teaching RCGP

BDS(hons) GDC No: 230002

Viraj a dentist since 2012, aspires to be a leading Implantologist in the UK. He gained experience through hospital training in Maxillofacial and Oral surgery and attended various Dental Implant courses in the UK. In 2018, he excelled in New York University’s Advanced Implant Dentistry Program, winning awards and gaining valuable clinical experience.

Dental Implants
Notting hill

Dr Peter Niesiolowski

1000+ implants placed

BDS (Lond), PGDip Implants

GDC No. 7372

Dr Pete was born and educated in London and graduated from King’s College London in 1997 with his bachelor of dental surgery degree. He has worked in general dental practice for the last twenty years, eight of which were spent running a practice in Australia.

Dental Implants

Dr Billal Arshad

1000+ implants placed


GDC No. 244889

Billal, a Manchester University graduate, boasts a stellar career in dentistry with a strong focus on Implant Dentistry, whilst holds a clinical Masters in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics. His clinical excellence extends to the field of dental implants, earning him the Overall School of Medical Sciences Award for superior clinical outcomes. Billal’s dedication to dental implantology is evident.

How Do I know if I need dental implants?

Missing Teeth: If you have one or more missing teeth, especially if it affects your chewing ability or your smile, you may need dental implants.

Loose Teeth: If you have loose teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay, or other dental issues, dental implants can provide a stable and long-lasting solution.

Broken or Severely Damaged Teeth: When you have teeth that are broken or severely damaged beyond repair, dental implants can be a suitable option.

Loose Dentures or Bridges: If you struggle with traditional dentures or bridges, which may be loose or uncomfortable, dental implants can provide a more stable and comfortable solution.

 How Much Does A Single Dental Implant Cost

Single Dental Implants

From £2800

From £155 per month 0% APR

From £46 per month 9.9% APR

All On Four Dental Implants

Same-Day Results – Patients can receive a new set of teeth on the same day as the procedure, offering immediate aesthetic and chewing improvements.

Enhanced Quality of Life – All-on-4 dental implants significantly boost confidence, eating ability, and overall well-being, as it eliminates the inconveniences associated with loose and ill fitting dentures.

Quick Recovery: The minimally invasive nature of All-on-4 dental implants usually leads to less discomfort and a shorter recovery period, allowing you to resume your regular activities sooner.

The Procedure

All-on-4 dental implants, often referred to as “smile in a day” or “same day implants,” efficiently replace an entire set of teeth or dentures using four carefully positioned dental implants.

This cost-effective, immediate solution dramatically enhances chewing, speech, and the smile looks. It is particularly appealing to those seeking a quick, and affordable method to achieve same-day implants and a transformed smile while improving oral function.

The main benefit is that you can walk away with a brand new smile in just one day.

How much do All On Four Dental Implants cost

All On Four Dental Implants

From £9995

From £555 per month 0% APR

From £166 per month 9.9% APR

How much do Dental Implants cost?

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Single Dental Implant £2800 £155 per month £46 per month
All on Four Dental Implants £9995 £555 per month £46 per month

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants are designed to be a long-term solution for missing teeth and can last many years with proper care. On average, the success rate of dental implants is around 95%, and with good oral hygiene and regular dental check-ups, implants can last a lifetime. The crown attached to the implant may need to be replaced every 10-15 years due to normal wear and tear, but the implant itself can remain in place indefinitely.

Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants have a high success rate and are considered safe for most people. However, as with any procedure, there are potential risks and complications. It’s crucial to consult with a dentist who can assess your individual situation and discuss any potential risks before undergoing the procedure.

How do dental implants compare to other tooth replacement options?

Dental implants offer several advantages over other tooth replacement options like bridges or dentures. They are more stable and long-lasting, function more like natural teeth, help preserve jawbone integrity, and don’t rely on adjacent teeth for support as bridges do.

Who is a candidate for dental implants?

Good candidates for dental implants are individuals with sufficient jawbone quality and healthy gums. A thorough evaluation by a dentist is necessary to determine candidacy.

Is the implant placement procedure painful?

During the implant placement surgery, local anaesthetic is typically used, so you should not feel pain during the procedure. Some discomfort or mild pain might be experienced after the surgery, which can usually be managed with prescribed or over-the-counter pain medications.

How long does the dental implant process take?

The entire implant process can be done in one day, but if it is staged, it can take several months and involves multiple stages, including surgery, healing time (osseointegration), and the attachment of the replacement tooth or bridge.

How do I care for dental implants?

Proper oral hygiene is crucial for the success of dental implants. Brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups are essential. Your dentist might also recommend specific oral care instructions.

What is the success rate of dental implants?

Dental implants have a high success rate, typically ranging from 90-95%. However, success rates can vary based on individual factors such as overall health, oral hygiene, and adherence to post-surgery care instructions.

Can smokers get dental implants?

Smoking can potentially affect the success of dental implants by slowing down the healing process and increasing the risk of complications. However, smokers can still get dental implants, but they might have a higher risk of implant failure.

Are dental implants covered by insurance?

Insurance coverage for dental implants can vary widely. Some dental insurance companies may cover a portion of the cost, while others might not cover it at all. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to understand the extent of coverage for dental implants under your plan.