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michael 1:10 Tue Jan 30
dental implant advice please
front tooth has died
dentist says this is the best option

anyone had it done
cost??
any recommendations

expect the usual abuse....thank u

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slinger 2:37 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
dont bother waste of money break to easy

teddyp 2:11 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
New Female Dentist at Manor Park Dental Surgery v good - recommended

Roeders Jacket 9:26 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
My Mrs (No Link) is having this done at the moment, she shopped around like fuck and ended up having the treatment in Slovakia (Bratislava).

2 implants, plus some other treatment for just over 2k vs over 5k for the same here and it’s a top notch clinic and she’s had no issues.

Invoves 3 trips over a 4-5 month period and we fly for no 3 tomorrow, but flights were just under 50 notes with Ryanair, with hotel / beer being cheap once you are there, so financially it makes sense and you get a few days on this piss in a nice place.

Drop me a WHO mail if you want details.

RJ

J.Riddle 1:32 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
Chigwell, did he sedate her? See Spandex Sidneys 1:26 Tue Jan 30 earlier post for details.

hammer205 1:25 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
The prices quoted here are very reasonable

Chigwell 1:00 Wed Jan 31
Re: dental implant advice please
My wife is a very nervous dental patient but she had an implant last year and it all went well with no complaints of pain etc. Cost about two grand. Between you and me I think she fancies the dentist.

J.Riddle 11:44 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Side of Ham 5:56 Tue Jan 30

Yes I saw that, funnily enough her roots remained undamaged before she met me, albeit not for long once she got her kisser around my monster pisser :-)

Cheezey Bell-End 11:42 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Dentures only fit for a while because the bones shrink in the absence of teeth. This doesn't happen with implants. You can have a whole row mounted on 4 implants which should last decades if looked after. I've thought of having most or all of my upper row replaced. Looks a bit gruesome on YouTube though.

claret50 8:23 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
I had to have all my teeth (21 of them) out early last year due to abscess's in both lower & upper jaws in which surgery was required as part of the lower jaw needed rebuilding, the whole procedure was done by the dental unit at the local hospital, implants were out of the question due to cost (£13000) so I had full dentures made at a cost of £1200 which fit perfectly and I didn't have to go back for any adjustments.

mike hunt 8:01 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
*or go the bovine route*

mike hunt 7:59 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
how can they take bone from your nose, its all cartilage isnt it ?
they usually take it from the back of the jaw, or your hip

Too Much Too Young 7:18 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Bloke i know is going through the same process, not sure how many he is getting done, the front 4 i think...cost 9,000.

LeroysBoots 6:54 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
They are using some sort of cow bone for mine

Implant has to take against the bone graft

COOL HAND LUKE 6:50 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
...bone from the inside of your nose...

Christ, I'm wincing just reading that!!

It explains you paying 'on the drip' though...

Westside 6:43 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
That's an NHS dentist, who is my regular dentist, but this was effectively a private job.

kylay 6:43 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
No bone graft needed either

kylay 6:41 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
I'm jealous of the UK prices. My wife's currently getting one and it's about $5000 USD for one.

Westside 6:41 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Had a front tooth done about 18 months ago, £2,750,NHS.

Grafted bone off the inside of my nose, to help the implant take. Not pleasnt.

The other 5 or 6 visits were tolerable.

Worth the money, if you can afford it.

Let me pay on the drip, £500 a visit or so.

COOL HAND LUKE 6:38 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
ted fenton 2:16 Tue Jan 30
**It's not the gum that needs to accept the post it's the bone.**

Correct ted, that's what I meant.

kylay:

The work isn't all carried out by trainees, it's done by experienced dentist trainers who are teaching / showing / retraining other dentists. They need the volunteers in order to train, hence the fees are quite good. I hear what you are saying, though.

LeroysBoots 6:31 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Going through this process currently

A course of cleaning and preparation will take upwards of 9 months whilst the implant takes place...Has to embed in...then veneers added

2500 quid front 2 teeth

kylay 6:27 Tue Jan 30
Re: dental implant advice please
Being a front tooth. I highly suggest you don't go the trainee route. Getting the gum line right is important, otherwise you're defeating the purpose which is purely cosmetics

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