If you're looking for stunning, long lasting and affordable dental implants in Berkshire, our 5* rated state-of-the-art clinic in Bracknell can help.
With over 43 years combined experience, benefit from the expertise of our highly skilled private dental implant team - Dr Emanuele Clozza (GDC No. 253700), Dr Raman Bhardwaj (GDC No. 85724) and Dr Aman Ruprah (GDC No. 114776).
We strive to make our prices as competitive as possible compared to other expert implant dentists near us in Berkshire, even with the high level of treatment and care provided.
To help make these treatments more affordable, unlike most of our competitors we are also pleased to offer 0% finance* for our implant treatments.
*Subject to status. Terms & Conditions apply.
|Implant consultation (Includes x-rays, excludes CBCT scan)||£150||£130|
|Implant with crown||£2,800||£2,650|
|Implant with bridge/denture||POA||POA|
|Teeth in a Day||POA||POA|
|All on 4||POA||POA|
|Prices quoted are starting prices|
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We are very pleased to offer the services of the experienced Dr Clozza to our patients who require implants.
As well as individual implants, he also specialises in Teeth in a Day and All-on-4 treatments.
Dr Bhardwaj specialises in dental implants as well as Periodontics. Like Dr Clozza, he is also highly experienced and skilled in carrying out individual implants, Teeth in a Day and All-on-4 treatments.
Dr Ruprah is an experienced implant dentist. He is one of our Associate Dentists and also specialises in a wide range of other treatments, including crowns, bridges and veneers.
There are a number of different dental implant treatments available. Please select one of the following to find out more.
Dental Implants are commonly used to replace one or more missing teeth, in the same arch or both arches.
During your initial assessment and subsequent consultation with the Surgeon/Implantologist, we often would take a 3D CBCT scan of the missing teeth area in order to determine the amount of bone you have, the position of the nerves and bone structure.
We do this to make sure that the implants placed are in the optimised position for safety, durability and longevity. Generally, if you have had missing teeth for a long time and as we get older, our bone density and quality reduces, if this is the case, bone grafting (replacement of lost bone) may be required.
This procedure sometimes may be necessary to perform around 3 months prior to the implant placement or most often this procedure is performed at the same time as the dental implant placement. Dental implants once placed successfully will need time to ‘settle’ into the bone; a process called ‘osseo-integration’ and usually takes up to 3 months or sometimes longer.
This will be explained to you in more detail during your consultation. During this time, we recommend the patient to use a temporary bridge or denture as an interim measure.
After approximately 3 months the implant will be uncover (exposed) ready for impressions and the construction of your new permanent implant crown, bridge or denture. When fitted, they are highly effective at replicating both the function and the aesthetic appearance of a natural tooth or teeth.
Often with dental implants, it is possible to skip a few of the steps mentioned above and a temporary crown, bridge or denture can be fitted on the SAME DAY as your implant is placed; a process known as Immediate Loading or Immediate Implant Placement.
You may be suitable for extractions, bone grafting, implant placement and the fitting of a temporary crown(s), bridge or denture all at one appointment! This avoids the need to be without missing teeth and further reduces multiple visits to the dental practice, restores faith in your ability to function and smile with confidence.
Approximately 3 months later your new permanent crown(s), bridge or denture will be fitted.
A consultation with a CBCT scan will determine suitability.
All-on-4 or All-on-6 treatment is designed for patients who need a whole upper or lower arch of teeth replacing. This procedure can even be performed in both arches.
The surgeon will strategically place 4 or 6 implants in the upper jaw and 4 implants in the lower jaw. You may have already had extractions and possibly bone grafting if it was required.
You will go home with temporary full dentures to wear whilst the implants are settling in. In approximately 3 months from the day of surgery you will return back for impressions and ‘try-ins’ before your new FIXED bridge/s are fitted.
You may be suitable to skip a few of the above steps and go home with fixed temporary bridges on the same day as implant surgery – see below for Teeth in a Day (TIAD).
Thanks to the latest advancements in technology, we can transform your smile in just one day, with same day teeth!
Whether you need one arch or both arches it means just ONE surgery visit. Our highly skilled Implantologist will extract remaining teeth (if applicable) place 4 or 6 implants in the upper jaw and 4 implants in the lower jaw, and you will go home with a FIXED temporary bridge that you cannot remove yourself.
A few weeks later, once everything is healed and a few more appointments for impressions and a ‘try in’, you will go home with your final new teeth.
A consultation and a CBCT scan will determine suitability for this procedure.
By placing 2-4 implants in the lower arch and 4 implants in the upper arch it allows your denture/s to ‘lock’ in place, without the need for sticky adhesive.
They are more stable than regular dentures and easily removable for cleaning.
This is a cost-effective solution for replacing a full set of teeth and you will never need to worry about "loose dentures" ever again!!
Having dental implants will involve at least one operation. You need to have healthy gums and your jawbone needs to be strong enough to have dental implants placed.
After surgery to place the dental implant(s), your jawbone will fuse with the Titanium (rod/s) implants. This a process known as ‘osseo-integration’ and this can take several months to complete.
When completed, crowns, bridges or dentures are attached to the implant to replace your missing teeth.
"I have just had my implants completed, to say I am pleased is an understatement. The whole experience was exceptional, this coming from someone who is normally very retiscent to attend a dentist due to bad experiences when young.
Crown Wood however made the journey a pleasure, my dentist not only is very skilled but genuinly cared, all of the staff where friendly and re-assuring. I would have no hesitation in recommending Crown Wood"
"I had a bone graft and dental implant surgery today. Raman and the dental nurse were brilliant. He talked me through every stage and I felt completely at ease.
The experience was pain free and stress free."
Our practice is fully equipped with the latest cutting-edge technology, enabling us to offer an enhanced patient experience as well as deliver the very best results.
This includes our superb iTero scanner and Cerec system, both of which can be used, where appropriate, to optimise the dental implant treatment process.
We can restore your true smile and boost your confidence by replacing missing teeth with our excellent dental implants. We use the latest technology and treatments to achieve results that look amazing and will function perfectly for many years.
Dental implants are posts that support replacement teeth. They fit directly into your jawbone and hold false teeth securely in place in the same way that roots support natural teeth.
Each implant is placed into a socket that is carefully drilled at the precise location of the intended tooth. Often the implant can be placed at the same time as removal of the tooth all on the same day.
Implants are usually made of highly durable titanium. If you look after them properly and maintain good oral hygiene, then they should last for the rest of your life.
Because they are fixed in place, implant supported bridgework, crowns or dentures can feel much better than traditional dentures and can help with chewing, boosting the wearer's self confidence and quality of life.
They blend into the gums and should look perfectly realistic.
There may be some bruising and discomfort after the operation to place the titanium root, but once the implant has integrated and restoration is placed on top, you should not be aware of it in your mouth. You cannot usually remove fixed implants supported teeth yourself, this has to be done by your dentist.
However, where implants are used to stabilise partial or full dentures these should be removed at night or as advised by your dentist.
Implants are now well established and have a good safety reputation. Very occasionally the implant does not integrate well with the bone. If this occurs, it may have to be removed and, once the gum has healed, it maybe possible to replace it.
Most modern implants will last for many years providing regular maintenance is undertaken.
Your dentist will show you how to keep the area clean while the implants are integrating into the jaw. Once the teeth are fitted you should clean them like your own teeth, though you may need to take extra care in certain more awkward areas, and your dental hygienist will be able to tell you how best to do this.
Unfortunately, implant treatment is usually carried out on a private basis, and can be expensive. Whoever fits your implants, whether it be a dental surgeon or a specialist, make sure you are confident that they are suitably experienced and that you are referred to them by someone whose opinion you trust.
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