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Dental Implants Huntly

Dental implants have been in use for more than three decades and over the years they have become a more affordable treatment option. Dental implants can be used to substitute one, two or even a full arch of missing teeth. Many patients choose implants because they allow them to smile with confidence, eat the foods they like, and also because they are more secure and less invasive towards their healthy teeth as any other solution used to substitute missing teeth. Implants can also be used to fix dentures and bridges, making them more secure and comfortable allowing patients to chew and smile as with their natural teeth. Join the many happy patients, whom implants have changed the way they live and gave their confidence back! 

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a titanium replacements of the root of the tooth, which is inserted into the jaw bone. Once inserted, the bone grows around the implant and anchors it securely. In this instance, as shown on the picture below, dental crown is then screwed or cemented onto the implant.


About the treatment

With dental implants healthy teeth remain untouched. Implants, just like natural teeth, also stimulate the jaw and reduce bone loss (which consequently prevents premature ageing). Speak to us to learn more about the treatment and its stages. 

The value of dental implants far exceeds conventional treatment options. Generally a cost of a single crown implant is £165 a month*. Financing options are available and payments can be tailored to your budget.



Can I have a dental implant?

To explore if dental implants are an option for you and to learn more about the treatment please contact our Huntly dental reception by telephone on 01466 792 787 , by email at Huntly@agdp.co.uk, and our team will be happy help to provide you with assistance, book you in for a consultation appointment with our Implant Dentist Huntly, all the while helping you on your dental implant journey!


*with 0% APR financing over 12 months period. 


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