If you’re looking for the best, affordable and long lasting dental implants near you in Reading from a highly experienced dentist, our 5* Berkshire clinic can help.
Our expert implant team includes highly skilled dentist Flavio Pisani (GDC No 248718), who has over 26 years extensive dentistry experience with a clinical focus on periodontics, implants and oral surgery.
Choose our dental implants and benefit from:
✔️ 170+ 5* Google Business patient reviews
✔️ Open on Saturday mornings
✔️ One of the best Google Business rated dentists in Reading
✔️ One of most established dentists in Reading at over 40 years
✔️ Expert implant dentist with 26+ years experience
✔️ Competitive prices for single, partial and full implants
✔️ 0% Finance
✔️ Free Smile Design consultation (* limited time)
✔️ Friendly and modern clinic
Dental implant prices in Reading
To keep this treatment as affordable as possible we offer some of the best dental implant prices in Reading.
The average price of a typical dental implant in Reading ranges between £1,500 and £2,500.
However, due to the unique case of each patient and variety of implants available, it is very difficult to provide an accurate price until a detailed assessment has been undertaken.
We also offer 0% finance (subject to status) to help spread out the cost of this treatment.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants offer a long lasting, good looking solution to the loss of one or more teeth and are an attractive alternative to ill-fitting dentures.
Acting just like a natural tooth root, the implant is a tough titanium post that is carefully placed in the jaw bone.
Over a matter of months, this fuses with the bone creating a snug fit and firm foundation for replacement teeth.
What are the benefits of dental implants?
As dental implants are effectively restoring teeth, they combat problems associated with tooth loss which can have a damaging effect on your confidence, your speech and the type of food you eat, as well as making smiling a real problem.
Missing teeth can also cause bone degeneration, leading to a prematurely aged look.
Implants provide vital support for remaining teeth that may otherwise start to move and then encourage food to become trapped, causing bad breath, decay or gum disease.
There is no need for clumsy dentures, which means no messy adhesives, gum irritation or embarrassing moments when dentures pop out unexpectedly.
You’ll also be able to speak and eat with renewed confidence as slurred speech is eliminated and chewing efficiency improved.
Most importantly, implants offer a valuable boost to your self-esteem because you regain the look and feel of natural teeth.
How long will my dental implants last?
If you stay on top of your oral hygiene and have regular check-ups, there’s no reason why your implants shouldn’t last for many years.
We’ll teach you some top brushing and flossing techniques to keep your restored teeth perfect for longer.
Dental implant procedure help
We will carry out a thorough assessment of the way your teeth fit together, your oral health and the volume and quality of your jaw bone.
If your bone and/or soft tissue are not adequate, we may have to carry out additional grafting procedures to ensure your implants can be successfully anchored into place.
When we’re all ready to go, the titanium fixture is inserted into the bone using a minor surgical procedure.
You will then have to wait for the metal post to effectively “take root” by fusing with your jaw bone a process known as “osseointegration”.
This will normally take 3-9 months, but be patient, because after successful bonding, the crown or bridge can be attached. I
In a few cases, the entire implant process can be completed in just one day using a speedy procedure known as “immediate loading”.
Who should get dental implants?
Dental implants can be a necessary treatment for patients have missing teeth but do not want or cannot get dentures, bridges, or crowns. Dental implants have aesthetic benefits.
Our dental implant before and after case studies
Do dental implants last longer than crowns?
Dental implants are generally a better long-term choice when compared to crowns. Crowns are great for fixing a broken or decayed tooth if the tooth is mostly intact. Dental implants are an almost permanent solution to missing teeth being less prone to infection and they do not impact surrounding teeth.
Can dental implants get cavities?
Dental implants cannot get cavities as they are made from an artificial material. However, it is still important to practice proper cleaning and gum care around the implant like you would for a normal tooth.
Our latest dental implant review via Google Business
“Today, I just finished my dental treatment – I had three implants and a filling done. Dr Kamran was very efficient and skilled, my teeth look amazing! The fact that I don’t need to use my old denture anymore is so much more convenient and I cannot wait to eat a pizza in a restaurant stress-free!
They are genuinely friendly and I am grateful that they did not try to sell. They spent time during the consultation to make me aware of all my treatment options and were very reassuring during the process.
I recommend MA’s warmly.”