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Dental implants are a cost-effective and long-lasting solution to the problem of a missing tooth or missing teeth. Read on to find out more.

Before going on to talk about this form of treatment – and what dental implants cost – let’s first take a look at what the process entails in simple terms.

You can consider a dental implant is a kind of artificial tooth root. This artificial root is placed in your jawbone and is used to hold a replacement tooth in place – or a bridge, if there’s more than one tooth missing.

They are often recommended by your dentist for people who have had serious periodontal problems, leading to loss of a tooth or teeth – or for people who may have lost a tooth in a sporting or other form of accident.

When it comes to dental implants Dublin is very well served by MyDental, and we have carried out this procedure for hundreds of satisfied patients, who are amazed at what a robust and strong solution it is. Many of them tell us that the implant is almost stronger in how it feels – high praise indeed!

Dental implants cost a lot less than you think – particularly when you consider that the job will last a lifetime. At MyDental, we charge just €1,395 for the whole process, including the initial examination, X-Rays, the implant itself and the crown that will cover it.

If you feel that this is something that would make a huge difference to your smile, then contact us on 01-6673556 to arrange an initial consultation.

And bear in mind that with this low dental implants cost Dublin is a lot more attractive place to have the process done than Eastern Europe, as you're guaranteed great after sales service at MyDental – and there’s no expensive and tiresome travelling.

Are there different types of dental implant?

Yes – there are two main forms of treatment that your MyDental dentist may recommend.

The first of these is known as endosteal – which is a fancy way of saying that it’s placed in the bone. This is very definitely the most common form of implant that you're liable to come across, and is often used as an alternative for patients with may have bridges or dentures in place.

The other common form of implant is known as subperiosteal – which means on the bone. These are put in place on top of the jaw, with a metal post protruding through the gum to hold the replacement tooth or crown. This form is often used when patients have minimal bone height.

How do I know if I’m suited to this treatment?

As a general rule, you need to have a good general standard of oral health, and you also need a sufficient degree of bone in your jaw to support the new implant. You should also have health gum tissue that’s free of periodontal disease.

At MyDental, we have specialists on our tem who are experts in implants, and who can deliver the sort of confident smile that maybe you thought you'd lost forever.

Also, remember that you can spread the cost over a number of months with our 0% Dental Finance Plan, so there’s no need for one single cheque to be written for your treatment.

If you think this is a route you'd like to go, we’d be delighted to talk to you about a treatment plan – and to fill you in on exactly what to expect when you come into our surgery for treatment.