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Am I a Candidate?

What are the risks?

Although dental implants may seem like the way forward, there can be a fair amount of anomalies.

  • Infections can be caused if the dental implant isn’t properly taken care of.
  • Implants can cause physical trauma to the jaw bone, surrounding natural teeth and or even blood vessels.
  • The nerves around the gum may become damaged which can cause severe pain and numbing sensation to the surrounding areas.
  • Dental insurance doesn’t always cover the implant procedure, although it may cover any cost to have a tooth extracted.

Who Can Get Dental Implants?

Anyone with healthy enough gums and has not suffered a severe amount of bone loss in their jaw can be considered for dental implants. However, once the dental implant is in place, regular care and attention to oral health is strongly recommended to prevent any infections surrounding the dental implant.

If you’re an individual who is a smoker, has had problems with their oral hygiene or uncontrollable chronic disorders (including diabetes and heart disease). If you’re considering these forms of surgeries or any form of artificial teeth made, it is important to contact the relevant oral surgeon.

Be aware when undergoing dental implant surgery, the colour of the implant itself will replicate the colour of the other teeth on your dental arch. Although at first this may sound great, dental implants cannot be whitened with normal teeth whitening products.

Custom-made

Clip-on veneers
as unique as you are

Occasional wear from

€349

when you pay today

From

€19.23

a week over 3 months

Spread the cost

Just

€15.40

per week over 6 months for a bottom set too

Representative Example: Purchase Classic occasional top or bottom veneer. Pay €99 deposit, then spread the cost with 0% interest over 3 months with Partial.ly, equivalent of €19.23 per week. Total repaid €349.

Occasional wear from

€349

when you pay today

From

€19.23

a week over 3 months

Spread the cost

Just another

€8.36

per week over 6 months for a top set too

Representative Example: Purchase Classic occasional top or bottom veneer. Pay €99 deposit, then spread the cost with 0% interest over 3 months with Partial.ly, equivalent of €19.23 per week. Total repaid €349.

From

€549

when you pay today

From

€15.40

per week over 6 months

Spread the cost

Representative Example: Purchase Classic occasional top or bottom veneer. Pay €149 deposit, then spread the cost with 0% interest over 6 months with Partial.ly, equivalent of €15.40 per week. Total repaid €549.

Cost of Dental Implants vs instasmile

With several different dental partials, types of dental implants and solutions to tooth loss, there is a wide financial scope ranging from €1,000-€25,000. In many of these cases, surgery can become a recurring necessity which can break that €25,000 bracket. For many people, this solution just isn’t an option and can often lead us to giving up on having a perfect smile.

When you have multiple missing teeth over one set (upper or lower), each individual tooth can cost €1,000 for a basic implant. Our instasmile platinum veneer is €749 per top or bottom set and covers multiple missing teeth, saving you a small fortune on dental implants. We also provide various payment options to make it easier for you to achieve your dream smile. If you wish to find out more, head over to our Spread the Cost page where you can find the financial solution that best suits you.

Q) Can I eat and drink with my instasmile? A) Yes! The Platinum has been designed for extra durability for this very reason, allowing you to eat most foods (we do recommend removing them to eat hard or chewy foods to prevent damage).

Click the Get Started button at the top of this page - we'll ask you a few questions to see if instasmile is suitable for you.

Affordable Alternatives to Dental Implants

Despite the massive improvements to modern dental care, missing teeth is still a common issue for many around the world. Many factors can cause tooth loss including periodontal disease, tooth decay and even physical trauma. Traditionally, this problem would be solved with removable partial dentures but with modern implant dentistry available, you can fill the gaps of your smile with something a bit more permanent.

Why instasmile?
Free delivery

Free delivery

Comfortable

Comfortable

When is Bone Grafting Required?

As the dental implant will be fused to the jaw bone, it may be necessary to undergo bone grafting procedures. If the bone is too soft or isn’t thick enough to support the great amount of pressure that the implant will endure, then this is where bone graft will be required. There are normally two forms of bone grafting materials used when performing surgery on the jaw

  • Natural bone graft: This will require extracting bone material from another part of your body to reinforce your jaw bone density
  • Synthetic bone graft: Using a bone-like substitute, synthetic will perform in the same way and allow for natural bone growth in the jaw.

To ensure that your jaw bone is strong enough to withstand the pressure of a dental implant, it may take several months to allow for the jaw to heal and develop enough new bone.

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