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Dental Implants in Aberdeen

Treatment / Dental Implants

Treatments / Dental implants

Revitalise Your Oral Health
with Implants

Experience comprehensive dental implant services at Cove Dental and Implant Clinic. From single tooth replacements to full-mouth procedures, we manage all. Our services include diagnostics, 3D CT scans, extractions, implant placement, and restoration with crowns, bridges, and dentures. Our staff ensures your comfort throughout the entire process. Choose us for the best dental implant experience.

Smile Confidently,
Eat Freely

Missing teeth affect daily life and impact eating freedom. Dental implants offer a permanent and reliable solution for missing teeth, allow you to eat your favorite foods, and confidently bring out your smile.

Visualise Your New Smile with 3D Imaging

Our modern 3D imaging technology provides accurate implant placement which allows the patient to see their new smile before the procedure. To ease dental anxiety, we have sedation options so that patients feel comfortable throughout the implant process.

Comprehensive
Dental Services

We offer the following services

Dental Implants for
missing teeth

Implant-Supported
Bridges for multiple missing teeth

Implant-supported
dentures for a full arch of missing teeth

Mini Dental Implants (MDIs) for denture stabilization

Full-arch tooth
replacement with All-on-4® New Teeth in One Day

Bone Grafting &
Sinus Lifts

Pricing

Break the Financial Barriers to Achieve your Dream Smile.

At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, we provide 0% Interest-Free Finance for dental treatments above £700 which makes treatment accessible to everyone. Get interest-free financing for up to 12 months.

Types of Implants

Dental implants come in various types. Each type is designed to manage particular patient needs.
Endosteal Implants: These are the most common dental implants and are surgically implanted into the jawbone.
Subperiosteal Implants: These are placed on top of the jawbone but beneath the gum tissue. All-on-4 Implants: They support a full set of teeth with only four implants. Zygomatic Implants: These are anchored in the cheekbone and suitable for people with insufficient jawbone density.

The Process Of
Getting A Dental Implant

Simple 3-Step Plan
Step 1

Consultation
& 3D Scan

Implant
Placement

Step 2

Attach Crown
to Implant

Step 3
Losing or damaging teeth can impact the beauty of your smile and affect your eating ability. Dental implants are recognised as the best choice for replacing missing or broken teeth.

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Dental implants are one of the best solutions for people who have lost one or more teeth, or even all teeth. Implants help in restoring the complete set of teeth and an aesthetically pleasing smile. Nowadays, the popularity of dental implants is on the rise with approximately 3 million people having benefited from this advanced dental procedure. Also, the numbers are increasing by 500,000 each year.

Dental implants provide multiple advantages over traditional methods such as fixed bridges and dentures. These implants closely match the natural look, feel, and function of teeth. Also, they provide durable solutions. Regular oral care and maintenance can play a role in boosting longevity for several years.
Moreover, they allow people to enjoy their favorite foods and have ease of speech. Dental implants stand out as a decay-resistant option and eliminate concerns about cavities.

What is the Lifespan of Dental Implants?

The lifespan of dental implants is influenced by multiple factors:
Dental implants are successful for around 90% of people after ten years, and some can last more than 25 years. The key to maximising their longevity lies in routine check-ups with a professional dentist and following a proper oral hygiene routine. Although a standard timeline for dental implant lifespan is not available. As told, taking good care and seeing your dentist regularly can help your dental implants last a lifetime.

How Does The Process
of Dental Implants Work?

How Does The Process of Dental Implants Work?

Dental implants may cost a bit more at the beginning but they are an excellent choice for a long-lasting and natural-looking solution to replace missing teeth.

1. Implant Insertion into the Bone

The first step in the dental implant process involves the safe insertion of the implant into the jawbone. This works as the base for the replacement tooth to provide stability and support.

2. Healing Process of the Bone (Osseointegration)

After the insertion of the implant, the healing process starts which is referred to as osseointegration. During this step, the bone naturally fuses with the implant and builds a strong and durable bond. This integration assures the implant becomes a smooth part of the jaw structure.

3. Placement of Dental Abutment

Once osseointegration is successfully done, the next step is to attach a dental abutment to the implant. This part serves as a connector between the implant and the last restoration.

4. Installation of Ceramic Crown

The last step involves the placement of a ceramic crown onto the dental abutment. This crown is carefully made to match the appearance and functionality of a natural tooth. The crown provides a fully functional replacement.