0117 450 2991

Dental Implants
For All Your Teeth

For those who wear dentures, opting for multiple dental implants to restore either the upper arch, lower arch, or both can truly be transformative…

Dental Implants For All Your Teeth

For those who wear dentures, opting for multiple dental implants to restore either the upper arch, lower arch, or both can truly be transformative…

Replacing All Your Teeth With Dental Implants

For those who have lost all their teeth and seek an alternative to dentures, dental implants could offer the ideal solution. While conventional dentures have long been the standard for replacing multiple missing teeth, they can often be uncomfortable and cause self-consciousness. Dental implants, however, provide a natural look and feel akin to your original teeth.

In some cases, individuals may have several failing teeth that require extraction. In such instances, a conventional denture may serve as an interim measure before undergoing the complete dental implant process. This initial denture not only aids in teeth extraction but also guides the placement of dental implants and offers a preview of the final restoration’s appearance.

Fixed or removable

When replacing all upper and lower teeth, there are two main options available: a completely fixed reconstruction or a precision-retained removable reconstruction.

A fixed reconstruction remains in the mouth at all times and does not need to be removed. On the other hand, a precision-retained removable reconstruction functions similarly to a fixed bridge but allows for the replacement of bone without the need for bone grafting. This option is particularly suitable for elderly patients or those unfit for general anaesthesia. It typically involves placing between four and six dental implants, as not every tooth needs to be replaced with an implant.

Questions about dental implants?

In addition to providing treatment for those who have already made a decision, many of our patients have sensible questions that need addressing before proceeding with treatment. If you’re concerned about the potential loss of some or all of your teeth, please don’t hesitate to speak with us. Taking prompt action can often help slow deterioration and, in some cases, even save teeth. Situations are frequently less dire than they appear, and we’re always here to discuss the array of dental implant solutions, ensuring you have all the information necessary to make an informed decision.

Testimonials from Our IMPLANT Patients

“Adrian is technically excellent. The result is treatment that is painless, feels good, looks right and works well.”

– Derek, dental implant patient

“My husband went here for implants and it’s fair to say the result was so good, Adrian (the implant surgeon) saved our marriage! 100% recommend.”

– Zoe, wife of dental implant patient

“Thank you Adrian for all you have done. I am delighted with the result, the quality of the work is simply first class. The teeth are comfortable in my mouth, they look great, they look natural and people can’t tell at all, they simply think I’ve got nice teeth.”

– I Maddison, dental implant patient

Opening Hours

Monday       8.00am – 7.00pm
Tuesday       8.00am – 7.00pm
Wednesday 8.00am – 7.00pm
Thursday     8.00am – 7.00pm
Friday          8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday     By arrangement only
Sunday        Closed

Contact us

Bristol Dental Specialists
24 Berkeley Square,

Phone: 0117 450 2991

Bristol Dental Specialists Ltd Registered in England & Wales company number 11696017

Bristol Dental Specialists, 24 Berkeley Square, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS8 1HP. Telephone 0117 450 6666. Bristol Dental Specialists Ltd trading as Bristol Dental Specialists is a credit broker not a lender and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, 914167. Registered in England & Wales 11696017. Registered Address: 24 Berkeley Square, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS8 1HP.

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