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Dental Implants in Coventry

Dental implants are the only permanent solution for missing teeth. With dental implants, you can eat, speak and smile with confidence again. No more ill-fitting dentures or gaps in your smile.

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Benefits of dental implants

This unique treatment plan offers a number of incredible benefits. While dental implants are an investment in your smile, the lifetime value of an implant is immeasurable when you consider what you stand to gain from this simple procedure.

Boost your confidence
Hide gaps in your smile
No foods are off limits
Look and feel like real teeth
Maintain facial structure

What are dental implants?

The dental implant procedure allows us to conceal gaps in your smile in the most natural-looking way possible. The finished result will look and feel like a real tooth, so you can smile, chew and speak with confidence. A dental implant is considered to be a permanent solution for missing teeth. Implants can replace single teeth or multiple teeth. They can also be used to support an entire arch restoration. Once placed, the implant can last a lifetime with the right care. Those with dental implants enjoy a more youthful appearance and the implant may help to maintain the bone structure by preventing bone loss.

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The dental implant procedure

The dental implant procedure takes place in multiple parts, often spread out over months. The procedure starts with extractions, if required. The implant is then placed in the jaw where it fuses with the bone. Once this has healed, an abutment is placed on top of the implant to support a crown, bridge or full denture. Once completed, the implant will look and feel like a real tooth, and you will simply care for it as you would with your natural teeth.

Who is right for dental implants?

The ideal candidate for dental implants would be someone with one or more missing teeth. This could be the result of trauma or decay. You should have overall good oral health and have no signs of gum disease. You will also need to be a non-smoker, as smoking increases the risk of complications by slowing down the healing process. You would also be unsuitable for treatment if you have had radiotherapy in your jaw, or if you have uncontrolled diabetes. We will discuss all of these limitations with you during your dental implant consultation.

See the results for yourself

This is just a sample of our latest success stories. These smiles speak for themselves.

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The treatment journey

Every patient journey is unique, but this is what you can expect when you start treatment with the Longfellow Road Dental Practice.

Initial consultation

During your initial consultation, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the treatment and decide if this is the right choice for you. We will carry out a comprehensive examination to determine if you are a good candidate for dental implants.

Treatment begins

We'll give you a full treatment plan with expected timelines, but the nature of the procedure means that this may be subject to change. For example, if your implants take longer to heal, this can lengthen the treatment time.

Smile with confidence

Once your implants are healed, it's time to place your crown, bridge or denture so you can smile with confidence again. We'll give you plenty of advice and support to help you care for your dental implants after the procedure is completed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Have a question about your dental treatment? We've answered the most common questions below.

There are different types of implants available, depending on the problem you would like to address. Single dental implants can support one or multiple teeth to close gaps in your smile and prevent surrounding teeth from shifting. All On 4 dental implants use 4-6 implants to support and entire restoration. And finally, same day dental implants use longer implants secured to the cheek bone to allow the restoration to be completed in one day.

Same day dental implants can be completed in just one visit, but other dental implants will take longer. Your treatment time will all depend on how long it takes for the implant to heal. Implants typically take between 6-12 weeks to heal. The actual procedure only around 3 hours to complete.

Many patients report that their dental implant procedure is similar to an extraction in terms of recovery times. You might have some swelling and tenderness for a few days after the treatment, but this should quickly subside.

The dental implant part should last a lifetime with the correct care, but the crown, bridge or denture may need to be replaced or repaired over time. It should last around 10 years or more, with the right care.

Hear from our happy patients

Don't just take our word for it. Our previous patients share their thoughts on treatment with Longfellow Road Dental.

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  • Chris Ward

    Jul 13,2024

    Quick, efficient helpful and friendly. Create a good atmosphere for their patients. Highly recommended.

  • L Zhang

    Jul 12,2024

    Erum and Lailaa are so professional and friendly. Erum explained everything in detail ,and very gentle when delivering dental care.Super good team! Five star service for the receptionest as well.

  • Nicholas Randle

    Jul 12,2024

    Excellent, couldn't ask for more very caring and professional.

  • Bribeck Brian Gower

    Jul 11,2024

    Dental check-up. Great service, friendly, informative. Prompt appointment time.

  • Tes K

    Jul 11,2024

    Professional and lovely practice. The Dentist and the nurse I saw were very friendly and informative. Highly recommend

  • Stella Ngerem

    Jul 5,2024

    The dentist doctor was kind and professional

  • Rob Trafford

    Jul 5,2024

    Have been using this practice for 30 years always well run and very good staff.

  • Jane Brain

    Jul 5,2024

    Found them to be very helpful and always ready to hear what you feel about your treatment

  • Wayne Blunden

    Jul 5,2024

    Friendly staff, professional dentist, booked in one day, next day having filling, only slight query was my teeth didn't get a clean. Maybe there was a reason for that. Idk. Anyways tooth feeling much better. Thanks. Wayne.

  • shirley anderson

    Jul 5,2024

    Nice and clean. Really friendly staff. Very polite.

  • Eleanor Mapperson

    Jul 5,2024

    My experience was very good. And went extremely well

  • Amanda Cartwright

    Jul 4,2024

    Friendly and thorough check up.

Curious about the cost of treatment?

We're committed to clear and transparent pricing, so you know exactly what to expect.

TreatmentsPrices
Single Tooth Replacement£2,500
Multiple Teeth Replacement£3,100
Implant Retained Denture£4,500
Denture Stabilisation£1500
Denture£750-£1,500
Upper jaw dental implants£17,000
Lower jaw dental implants£17,000
All on 4 Implants (same day teeth)£14,000
Implant Bridges£5,500
Bone Graft£500

Spread the cost of treatment over 12 months

To help make quality dental care more accessible and affordable, we offer interest-free credit (subject to status) so you can spread the cost of your treatment.

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Monthly payments

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  • 0% interest available
  • Flexible payment options
  • Low cost loans
  • Approved lending

We are happy to offer our patients 0% APR and low cost loan facilities for dental treatment such as dental implants, Invisalign and for other cosmetic dentistry treatments. Longfellow Road Dental with it’s registered address at 2-4 Longfellow Rd, Coventry CV2 5HB. Longfellow Road Dental Practice is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number {{reference.number}}

Book your free consultation today

Take the first step towards a happy and healthy smile. During your initial consultation, we will explore your goals and aspirations to create a treatment plan that meets your needs.