What are the most cost-effective options for teeth replacement in Nottingham? - image

There are various ways to replace missing teeth. One option is dentures, another is bridges and the other option is dental implants. Of course we see many patients with all of their teeth missing, and for them, the only option is to have dentures or dental implants, especially if what they don’t have are all of their upper or lower teeth.


Here at Same Day Teeth Suite, we offer different types of dentures, ranging from standard dentures to BPS injection molded dentures to Swiss dentures. These types of dentures are different from one another in terms of the comfort of the fit, the quality of the materials used and the quality of the teeth, which make the dentures look as natural as possible.

With temporary dentures, it may be necessary to use an adhesive, but this will depend on the amount of bone you’ve got to ensure the stability and retention of the denture. When using upper dentures also, a huge part of your palate will be covered, which will inevitably affect your taste sensation. This may take some time to get used to.

Also with dentures, you will continue to use the bone in your jaw, and this means that as time goes by, your denture will get looser. Therefore, it is advisable to replace dentures approximately every 6 or 7 years to prevent continued bone loss in the future. It should be clear to you, however, that this pattern shall continue as long as you are using dentures.

Many people who have come and visit the Same Day Teeth Suite express their dissatisfaction with their denture. The main reason why they are unhappy with their denture is its poor quality. Their dentures are ill-fitting, loose, they cover the majority of their palate and they just don’t look real. As a result, it becomes very hard for them to eat their food properly and comfortably. What’s worse is that the appearance of their dentures makes them less confident about their smile.

Dental Implants

It is safe to say that the discomfort of using dentures is what convinces many patients to go for dental implants instead. Now, when we have someone with missing teeth in the upper or lower arch, the options available are high-quality dentures or dental implants either to retain dentures or to have fixed teeth. Each of these options can give the patient confidence in their smile and ability to chew their food better. But of course, there are advantages and disadvantages in both these procedures.

Dental implants are probably more affordable than you may actually think. Each case is different and each individual person is different. Every case is different in terms of the amount of bone the patient has, as well as their needs and expectations. All these factors need to be considered when estimating the cost of dental implants.

Let’s say, for instance, a patient needs to replace his upper or lower teeth, it would be more cost-effective to use dentures with dental implant. On the lower arch, there can be two dental implants with a denture on top. Or, it is also possible to have four implants with a denture on top. On the upper teeth we prefer to have a minimum of 4 to 5 implants for denture on top. This denture is still removable and has great stability, which should allow the patient to eat their food properly and easily.

All-on-4 Treatment

At Same Day Teeth Suite, we also offer procedures that are very inexpensive simply because they allow us to place few implants versus traditional implant procedures. The Teeth-in-a-day procedure or the All-on-4 treatment option is a very cost-effective procedure.

The All-on-4 procedure is advantageous to those patients suffering from severe lack of self-confidence because of their loose dentures, failing teeth, loose teeth caused by gum problems. This type of procedure is a better choice compared to having traditional implant treatments for fixed bridges for several reasons – it is more affordable, it is not as stressful, and it can be done in a much shorter time. More importantly, it reduces healing time.

When you have your teeth removed, there is an 88 percent chance that you can also have implants straightaway, and you can have an immediate bridge placed on the same day. That means that by the end of the day, you can again enjoy eating and drinking, which are the things you were not able to do easily when you had dentures.

Patients who qualify to have the teeth-in-a-day or the All-on-4 procedure would traditionally have 4 to 5 implants placed in one arch with an immediate bridge. And after 3 to 4 months, they will have the final bridge. The real benefit of this type of procedure is how quickly a patient can go from having a denture to having a fixed bridge in their mouth allowing them to eat straight away.

In many cases, traditional teeth replacement methods involve bone grafting. This procedure is actually quicker, less expensive and comes with shorter healing time, mainly because bone grafts are eliminated and few implants are required. So why should you consider this type of technique? Well, the cost is lower, there is decreased chair time and healing time and it is simply the quicker and better way of getting a happier and healthier smile. Let us not forget also that the surgery has a reduced complexity.

At SameDay Teeth Suite in Nottingham, we take pride in our range of inexpensive teeth replacement procedures. As explained, you can choose among high-quality dentures, removable dentures, high quality dentures on dental implants, and teeth-in-a-day procedures. Whatever option suits you, rest assured that you can have fixed teeth without the need of using any dentures in your mouth. We can guarantee that you will leave our clinic having a more confident smile and a greater ability to eat any food that you want.


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