Replace Missing Teeth
Replacing A Tooth Can Improve Your Life
We are a 5* rated Expert Cosmetic and Implant Dentist in Leeds
With an expert team of implant surgeons and cosmetic dentists to ensure you get results that are not only the gold standard professionally, but also the gold standard aesthetically.
With a purpose built dental studio in Leeds, designed around providing you with the best possible experiences and results
Some of our Full Arch Implant Transformations
Full arch fixed replacement
Full arch fixed replacement
Full arch fixed replacement
Some of our Single and Multiple teeth Implant Transformations
Implant replacement of front tooth
Implant bridge to replace missing back teeth
Implants to replace front teeth
What is a Dental Implant?
A tooth is divided into two parts:
You have the crown of the tooth which is the visible part that you see in your mouth and is used for chewing and smiling.
You also have the root of the tooth which is the part of the tooth which you do not see. It is the anchor which sits in the jaw bone.
A dental implant is a replacement of the tooth root which is made out of titanium. We can use this new titanium tooth root for multiple applications:
Supporting a replacement crown to restore a single tooth
Combine with another implant or strategically placed multiple implants to support multiple teeth on what is called a bridge
Help to support a removable denture to allow the denture to click in place into a ball and socket joint on the implant, increasing stability to prevent the denture from moving when eating, talking or socialising.
A dental implant is often a lifelong treatment solution. The implant, once fully integrated into the jaw, in most cases, remains there for the rest of your life. The crown, bridge or denture in your mouth will wear over years and eventually need replacement however.
As such the planning stages are vital, we need to ensure the following things:
You have sufficient bone to place the implant. We do this by taking x-rays and CT scans to measure the bone levels.
Your remaining bone is healthy to support the implant and ensure the implant can be accepted in a process called osseointegration.
Your medical history will allow successful placement of the implant and osseointegration.
We will do these assessments at a detailed implant consultation with our expert implantologists. They will complete a full assessment of your teeth, gums and bone, reviewing your mouth clinically and through x-rays.
Once your mouth is suitable for the implant we will arrange an appointment for the placement. There will be plenty of time on the day to ensure you are completely comfortable. We will set the surgery to exactly how you'd like it with your choice of music and choice of TV program.
Your mouth will be completely numb so you will not feel a thing and are able to just focus on your favourite music and TV show.
Sometimes we have to place bone grafts to thicken the bone to ensure there is enough bone for the implant to integrate into. Small bone grafts we will usually do at the time of placing the implant but larger grafts (such as sinus lifts) we will usually place and allow a healing period of 3-6 months to allow your body to accept the graft before placing the implant.
After the implant is placed we allow usually 3 months for the body to accept the implant before placing the final crown. If we are replacing a full set of teeth we will usually place a fixed in place temporary bridge for 'teeth in a day'.
Although dental implants cannot get decay due to the fact they are made of titanium, the surrounding gums and bone are still susceptible to gum disease and must be cared for like a normal tooth.
You will be advised how to care for your implants and we also recommend 6 month check-ups and hygiene appointments. We have specialised equipment to clean the implants with as regular dental cleaning equipment can scratch the surface of the implant over time increasing it's susceptibility to plaque buildup.
Meet Your Implant Team
Dr Guillermo Madriz joins us having trained around the world and Dr Michel Karouni from the prestigious Harley St in London
Implant treatment co-ordinator and head nurse Ellie Edwards will see you for your first consultation and is here to ensure your implant journey goes smoothly
Some of our patient testimonials
With hundreds of 5* reviews on Google and Facebook
Some of the benefits of dental implants
You will have your own reasons for wanting to replace missing teeth, these are just some of the benefits you gain by choosing an implant.
Eat with confidence with a fixed solution to missing teeth
Improve your smile by replacing visible missing teeth
Long lasting tooth replacement
No longer worry about a loose denture
Maintain jaw bone and support your lips and cheeks
Our Implant Services
We offer a variety of implant options, each suited to your individual needs both financial and personal.
Some patients may want a full arch replacement however may not want to spend the amount for a fixed all on 4 or 6. For these patients we can offer a fixed-removable implant retained denture which feels almost exactly the same when in the mouth but is removed for cleaning. This is approximatley half the cost.
If you require multiple implants please enquire as your quote will be bespokely made.
Standard Quality Tooth £2299
Maximum Aesthetic Tooth £2699
Implant Crowns and Bridges
To provide a full set of fixed-removable
Implant Retained Fixed-Removable Dentures
All-on-4 Implant Bridge
To provide a complete new set of fixed teeth.
With same day teeth available
Transparent pricing with no hidden extras
All of our implant prices include the following:
Consultation with Implantologist (Usually £65)
X-rays (Usually £5-£50 each)
CT Scans (Usually £150 each)
Simple tooth extraction (Usually £150)
Small bone graft (Usually £500)
We would advise booking in for a free consultation with our treatment co-ordinators to answer any of your questions.
Simply enter our online booking portal, under consultation book in for a 'Free Dental Implant Consultation' and find a time and date that works for you.
Our caring expert team will make sure you feel confident and valued every step of the way.
What is the next step?
We are aware that dental implants are a big step and often can be seen as intimidating. As such we believe you should have access to advice, be able to meet the team and experience our practice before taking the decision to commit to treatment.
For this reason we offer free consultations with our treatment co-ordinators. Our treatment co-ordinators are experienced dental nurses who have extensive experience in dental implants, dental implant assessment, explaining the process and timescales and answering other questions you may have.
During this consultation you will be able to ask any questions you may have, the treatment co-ordinator will then take some clinical photographs and discuss your case with one of our Implantologists. The Implantologist will then plan your case before reviewing all of this with you at a consultation.
Alternatively you can book in directly with one of our Implantologists for a detailed assessment and all relevant x-rays including CT scan to create your treatment plan. This does have a charge which is deducted from the implants when you go ahead.
What are dental implants, and how do they work?Dental implants are titanium posts that are placed into the jaw, serving as artificial tooth roots to support replacement teeth. They are a durable and long-lasting solution for individuals with missing teeth. Once the implants are placed, they integrate with the surrounding bone through a process called osseointegration, creating a stable and strong foundation for dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. Dental implants mimic the function and appearance of natural teeth, providing a secure and natural-looking smile.
Do you offer payment plans and 0% Finance?Yes, we offer 0% finance with a quick and easy application that only does a soft credit check. We also offer a variety of finance options up to 5 years. Alternatively with longer treatment plans we can spread payments throughout treatment without the need for finance.
What is the procedure for having a dental implant?Dental implants are a long lasting treatment, the implant itself often stays in your mouth for the rest of your life if placed correctly. As such the planning stages are vital for long term success. We will ensure your teeth, gums and jaw bone are healthy with a detailed health check and examination, including X-rays and CT scans. Once we are happy we will place the implants. We then allow a period of 3 months for the body to accept the implants (much in a way similar to accepting a knee replacement for example) during which we can supply you with a temporary tooth to ensure you never leave without a tooth. Once we are happy that the body has accepted the implant we will place the crown or bridge on top of the implant and you can eat and smile with confidence!
Is it painful?Dental implant placement is typically performed under local anaesthesia, ensuring that you won't feel pain during the procedure. Most patients report feeling only slight pressure or vibrations during the implant placement process. After the surgery, mild discomfort and swelling are normal and can be managed with over-the-counter pain medications and cold compresses. Our implantologist will provide detailed aftercare instructions to promote proper healing and alleviate any discomfort and our team are on call for any questions you may have.
I've been told by my dentist I don't have enough bone for an implantDon't think that this is the end of the road! Many patients come to us having been told they haven't enough bone for implants. We have incredibly experienced oral surgeons and implantologists on our team who are incredibly experienced with a variety of bone grafts and sinus lifts which can thicken your bone to allow you to have implants.
How much do dental implants cost?Prices vary depending on how many teeth need replacing and whether you need any bone grafting. Consultation charges, X-ray imaging (CT Scans) and simple extractions to be replaced by the implants are deductible from the final price of all of our implant products and our pricing is entirely transparent. We also include small bone grafts in the price, larger ones will be charged as extra but you will be made aware. For a single tooth we offer two quality options which affects the price. Our standard quality is £2299 and our maximum aesthetic quality is £2700 (From £47.87/month over 5 years). The standard quality tooth would be for a tooth where function (eating, talking, maintaining bone) is the primary aim over aesthetics. These are still of good aesthetic quality however do not have the intricate detail of a maximum aesthetic tooth. This would be for a front tooth where we need the tooth to match in with the remaining natural teeth as perfectly as possible. A screwed in place full set of top or bottom teeth is £12,995 with a £2000 discount for both arches at once (£260/month over 5 years) Fixed-removable full arch implant retained denture £6995/arch with a £1000 discount for both arches at once (£145.67/month over 5 years)
What are the benefits of dental implants?Eat the foods you love without fear, whether it be biting an apple or eating a steak Long lasting treatment option, if placed correctly and well cared for they can last for decades Regain your confidence to eat, smile, laugh and socialise without the worry of a missing tooth or loose dentures Prevent giving your face a 'sunken in' appearance by supporting your cheeks and lips Prevent further bone loss in your upper and lower jaw Cost effective when compared with other treatment options and their life span Easy to care for, care for them just like you would your natural teeth These are just some of the benefits, there are many others and they benefit everyone in a different way.
What are the benefits of All-on-4 dental implants?All-on-4 (or 6) dental implants are a specific technique that involves placing four implants strategically in the jawbone to support a full set of upper or lower teeth. The benefits of All-on-4 implants include reduced treatment time and costs compared to placing individual implants for each missing tooth. Additionally, All-on-4 provides a stable foundation for a fixed set of teeth, allowing patients to enjoy a secure bite and natural chewing ability. The procedure is often less invasive, making it an excellent option for individuals with reduced bone density or those seeking a quicker solution for missing teeth.
What is the success rate of dental implant procedures?Dental implant procedures have an impressive success rate. Studies show that dental implants have a success rate of around 95% to 98%. The success of dental implants depends on factors such as proper case selection, adequate bone support, and good oral hygiene practices. Working with a skilled and experienced Implantologist and following post-surgery instructions can significantly contribute to the long-term success of dental implant procedures. Regular dental check-ups and maintaining overall oral health are also crucial for ensuring the longevity of your dental implants. Our Implantologists have placed thousands of implants and their practice is limited almost exclusively to dental implants. This means they place implants all day every working day.