Bone treatments

More often than not, additional procedures are required before, during and after implant placement to ensure the durability and stability of the implants.

Adjunctive procedures including bone adjustments and treaments are sometimes vital to the placement of implants, but are also sometimes recommended to increase cosmetic appearances and improved functionality. The dentist will be able to discuss whether adjunctive procedures could benefit a dental implant treatment.



Ridge Adjustment

Ridge Adjustment

If the implant placement site has undergone serious bone reduction then a ridge augmentation grafting procedure may be necessary. The bone that has been lost can be rebuilt with this procedure, so that implant placement can take place.

From: £245
Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting

Missing teeth can result in the underlying alveolar bone reducing in both width and height. The alveolar bone is the supporting bone to the teeth, when a tooth is missing it no longer receives stimulation in this area and therefore starts to resorb, or shrink, almost instantly.
From: £350
Sinus Elevation

Sinus Elevation

or Sinus Lift

There are five pairs of sinus cavities in the skull, of which the most important are the maxillary sinuses. These hollow spaces are located inside the bone above the upper back teeth and below the eye sockets. When the upper back teeth are missing, normally the premolars and molars, the maxillary sinus cavity expands and drops, changing the location to the jaw bone in the area of the missing teeth.
From: £500
Sinus Lift by iRaise

Sinus Lift by iRaise

Revolutionary new technique

The sinus elevation treatment can be invasive and requires high level skills and precision from the dental surgeon. A new type of specialist dental implant, iRaise, can significantly reduce this invasion and make the procedure much simpler, safer and quicker as well as reduce patient recovery time and discomfort. (Implant is charged separately)

From: £975
Bone Block treatment

Bone Block treatment

For some patients who wish to have teeth implants, the procedure isn’t always possible as they may not have enough bone in the jaw to support the implant. For these patients, to have a successful tooth implant, they need first to have bone augmentation, where bone is taken from the chin and is used to rebuild the lost bone.
From: £1,190
Bone Transplant

Bone Transplant

Bone Transplant may be needed when no other bone augmentation treatment is suitable in restoring the jawbone's original conditions. Bone is usually harvested from the hip that is then transplanted into the mouth. This procedure requires hospital environment. Surgery fee can only be confirmed after comprehensive diagnostics phase is complete.
From: £6,990

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