Dental Implants at £2,750


  • Consultation
  • CT scan
  • Intra-oral scan and clinical photos
  • Dental implant
  • Bone grafting (if required)
  • Zirconia crown
  • 8 weeks review

Not Included

  • Temporary crown
  • Sinus lifting procedure
  • Extensive bone grafting procedures

Specialized Care in Dental Implants

At Yatton Dental, we specialize in transforming smiles with precision and care through our state-of-the-art dental implant services. We understand that choosing to get dental implants is a significant decision. That’s why we’re committed to providing exceptional quality in every aspect of our treatment.

Our team of dental professionals is highly trained and experienced in dental implants. We utilize the latest advancements in technology and techniques to ensure that every implant procedure is as comfortable, efficient, and effective as possible.

Comprehensive Dental Implant Package – £2,750

Our all-inclusive dental implant package is designed to provide you with the highest quality care without any hidden costs. For a flat rate of £2,750, our services include:

  • Initial Consultation: A thorough assessment of your dental health to ensure the best approach for your implant needs.
  • CT Scan: Cutting-edge imaging to plan your implant with precision.
  • Intra-oral Scan and Clinical Photos: Detailed visuals to guide every step of your treatment.
  • Dental Implant: High-quality implant placement tailored to your oral structure.
  • Bone Grafting (if required): Essential augmentation to ensure the stability of your implant.
  • Zirconia Crown: A durable and aesthetically pleasing crown that complements your natural teeth.
  • 8 Weeks Review: A follow-up to monitor healing and ensure the success of your implant.

Please note, the following services are not included in the package:

  • Temporary crown
  • Sinus lifting procedure
  • Extensive bone grafting procedures
Dr. Andrei Dinu

About Dr. Andrei Dinu

Andrei qualified as a dentist in 2005 and began practicing in a private dental clinic in Bucharest.
In 2007 Andrei completed a Post Graduate Program in Dental Implants with the University of Bucharest where he gained a fresh enthusiasum for dentistry.
Andrei then graduated with merits in both Masters of Science(MSc) in Oral Surgery and Dental Implants at the University of Central Lancashire.
Andrei’s primary focus is providing dental implants, aspects of oral surgery and advanced restorative treatments.
Since 2012 Andrei has been receiving dental implant referrals from other dental clinicians in several practices across the South West of England and Wales.
He is a strong believer in evidence based dentistry, frequently attends courses for continous professional development and keeps up to date with latest treatment protocols as part of his goal to provide the highest standard of care for his patients.
Andrei acted as a tutor for VSS Academy in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire in their Dental Implants MSc Programe, where he was teaching students the practical side of dental implants placement.


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The treatment is generally executed in two stages as  the surgical (when the titanium root is placed into the jaw bone) and the restorative (when the crown/bridge or denture get to be fitted on top of the implant).

In between the surgical and the restorative stage there is a waiting healing time of three to six months depending on each clinical case. In some circumstances a temporary type of restoration can be used to restore the implants at the same session when they are placed and therefore the patients are not toothless at any point during the treatment  until the final restoration is delivered.

The dental implant is made of titanium which is a biocompatible material. This means that the human body does not sense the presence of a foreign object into the jaw bone. This minimises the risk of implant rejection or implant failure.

The entire procedure is perceived by the human body as a wound that the body throughout the physiological means is starting the healing process. As part of the healing process the dental implants gets to be welded into the bone by a process called osseointegration.

The outcome will be a strong new artificial root ready to support any type of restoration from a crown to a bridge or a denture.


Dental implants can be used in cases of one or more missing teeth, also when all the teeth are missing.

For one missing tooth the implant is used as a root to support a crown restoration.

When more teeth are missing a minimum of two dental implants can be used to support a bridge replacing all the missing teeth. For larger gaps a higher number of implants have to be used.

In the case of all teeth are missing(fully edentulous) then implants can be used to retain/support dentures, offering a stable denture restoration.

A great benefit for the patients suffering with severe gag reflex is that implants supported dentures are available as a palate free denture.

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The jaw bone is important when we talk about dental implants as it represents the supporting structure of the dental implant.

The dental implants come in various size, although a minimal amount of bone is necessary to allow for the dental implant to be placed.

In the cases of insufficient bone volume, bone grafting procedures are available as to enhance the bone volume and to allow for implant placement.

There are a variety of products that can be used for bone enhancement as:

  • The patient’s own bone harvested from the other area of the mouth
  • Animal (porcine/bovine) bone origin, that goes through a very rigorous sterilising procedure and serving as a matrix or scaffold and induce natural human bone growth
  • Artificial bone substitute
  • Platelet rich factors (PRF) which uses the patient’s blood to create a stable blood clot enriched with growth factors that are meant to regenerate the bone.
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  • Help prevent gradual bone deterioration as they mirror the action of the original root, transmitting chewing forces to the jaw bone in a natural way
  • Help maintain the health of the bone and keep the jaw in shape. This is not the case with conventional methods, such as bridges or partial prosthesis
  • Unlike a conventional bridge, the healthy neighbouring teeth remain intact without having to be ground down to support the implant
  • Doesn’t require extensive care
  • On healing, implants merge with the body and act like a natural tooth root
  • An implant-borne restoration looks exactly like a natural tooth and implants are comfortable and convenient
  • Allow you to regain your quality of life and say goodbye to negative experiences associated with missing teeth, such as self-consciousness, insecurity, and permanent discomfort caused by ill-fitting dentures
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Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever and therefore the dental implant restoration might require further attention or in some cases even replacement

Although dental implants restoration are very reliable for as long as they are cared for.


Implants rarely do fail. Recent literature reviews show that dental implants restorations have a great survival and success rate.

Implantology is now so advanced that failures owing to rejection or functional problems are rare.

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Smoking inhibits blood flow and affects the healing process after implant surgery. Even after the implant has successfully integrated with the bone, smoking can cause inflammation, infection and ultimately, lead to implant failure.

Oral hygiene plays a key factor for long term success of the dental implants restorations. Keeping your mouth clean will prevent gums inflammation, infection and subsequently gum disease.

Gum disease can also affect dental implants. Due to bacterial infill under the gingival level the jaw bone starts to recede from around the roots of the natural teeth and dental implants leading to mobility and failure of the teeth or dental implants.




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