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Explore Missing Teeth

Concerned about missing teeth? Find out about our treatments

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Our Treatments

Implant Restoration

from £1200

Implant Placement

from £1340


Implants are a solution for missing teeth. However, they aren't always the best option, sometimes dentures or other forms of prostheses could be a better fit for you.

Book a consultation with your Dentists today to find out what would work for you!


Implants are a specialist service that is advised 

not be carried out by a Dentist untrained in this area.


Normally this service is referred to a specialist. However, we offer this service in Practice with 3 of our Dentists, Dr Fredrik Andersson, Dr Imran Khan and Dr Ayad Haider.

Interested in booking an Implant?

Book your implant treatment today with our team of Dentists!


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A dental prosthesis is a dental appliance that replaces or repairs missing or damaged teeth.

They can be used to fix dental issues or cover up tooth defects.


from £598

Porcelain Bonded Crown

from £598

Empress Crown

from £628

Full Gold Crown

from £615

Cast Post

from £105

Temporary Crown with/without Post


Recement Crown


Recement Crown with Pins or Post


Maryland Bridge

from £678

Porcelain Bonded (per unit)

from £545

Full Dentures - Both Upper & Lower

from £1300

Full Dentures - Upper or Lower

from £648

Chrome Cobalt

from £972

Acrylic - Partial (1 tooth)

from £320

Acrylic (2-6 teeth)

from £550

Acrylic - (7-12 teeth)

from £688



Denture Repairs

from £60

Reline Laboratory



Dentures are a type of dental prosthesis. They are constructed to replace missing teeth and fill gaps. They do not require the cutting of tooth structure or surgical dentistry. 


Every patient is of course different and will have different needs when it comes to their oral health. Therefore some patients may need complete dentures, a full set of both upper and lower, whereas some will only need partial dentures which may simply replace 1 or a few teeth. 


Dentures aim to help improve issues with eating or speech that missing teeth and gaps may have caused. 

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