Dental Implants Glasgow

Scotland's largest provider of Chrome full mouth implants

Are dental implants available through the NHS?

All of our patients at Erskine Dental Care are encouraged to love their smiles. Whether it be through using Invisalign, whitening, or routine dental check-ups.

Dental implants are a common procedure for people who want to smile more confidently.

Dental implants are an excellent replacement for dentures and can significantly modify your appearance and smile. The custom-made new teeth replacements allow you to communicate, eat, and lead a normal life. They have long been known as one of the most successful treatments for lost and severely damaged teeth.

Are dental implants available through the NHS?

Dental implants are regrettably not covered by the NHS. As a result of the nature of the treatment and the associated costs, they are typically only offered privately.

In the most extreme cases, patients whose mouths and teeth have been damaged—possibly due to oral cancer or as a result of a serious accident—may be eligible for them on the NHS.

There are numerous ways we can help you get the smile you deserve.

First, contact our welcoming team who can arrange a dental implant consultation FREE of charge.

You don’t have to commit to anything until you’re sure you want to because all consultations dental implants are obligation-free.

After determining whether you are a good candidate for treatment, we will walk you through the process to make sure you are comfortable and aware of what to expect at each stage. Following that, we’ll discuss the affordability, eligibility, and cost of dental implants.

To assist spread the expense, we provide a range of 0% interest-free financing options.

Dental implants: How Do They Work?

Artificial “tooth roots” are similar to dental implants. They are implanted into the jaw to support one or more missing teeth and are made of biocompatible titanium. Osseointegration is the process by which an implant and bone meld together after being placed in the jaw bone.

You can utilise implants to replace one tooth or several teeth. To support a crown, bridge, or denture, implants are inserted into the jaw bone using titanium screws. In order to maintain the health of the jawbone, the implant can then serve as an anchor for the dental prosthesis (fake tooth).

Dental Implants for the Entire Mouth and a Perfect Smile
Our patients at Perfect Smile are our top focus.

Because we can help you rediscover your love for smiling, you won’t need to hide your smile or inquire about full mouth dental implants cost from your dentist.

You will always be supported if you choose dental implants with Perfect Smile, whether by providing dental care or helping to pay for it.

Get in touch with us right now to schedule a consultation.

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