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Restore your smile with dental implants in Tarporley

Book your initial consultation for dental implants in Tarporley, Cheshire with our skilled and experienced team. 

  • Increase confidence
  • No foods are off-limits
  • Functions like a real tooth
  • Clearer speech
  • Say goodbye to dentures
  • Maintain face structure

What are dental implants?

Dental implants offer a long-term solution to missing teeth. A dental implant looks and functions just like a natural tooth, so you can smile, chew and speak with confidence again. Tarporley Dental Centre offers a range of dental implant options, from a single tooth to a full-arch restoration. Our dental implant centre can handle your restoration from start to finish.

Single Tooth Implant

Replace a single missing tooth with a dental implant to help boost your confidence and restore your smile.

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All on 4 / Same Day

Replace an entire arch with All-On-4 dental implants and achieve a dramatic transformation that eliminates the need for dentures.

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Implant Bridges

Replace multiple teeth with a dental implant bridge and feel more confident when you smile, speak and eat.

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Denture Retained

Use dental implants to hold your fixed or removable dentures firmly in place, and say goodbye to denture glue for good.

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Dental implants £500 off* limited time offer

We are currently offering a FREE consultation with our lead cosmetic dentist DR Hardeep Bratch to discuss your Dental Implant treatments with a special offer of £500 off our treatment price. 

Dental implants explained

Missing all or some of your natural teeth?

Missing teeth are commonly restored with bridges and dentures but this isn’t the only solution available. Dental implants provide a permanent solution to a common problem. This is the only dental restoration that will provide full functionality, allowing you to eat your favourite foods, smile and speak with confidence.

How do dental implants work?

The small implants are placed in the jaw and left to heal. This creates a strong bond with the bone and provides a sturdy anchor for the restoration. The dental implant procedure takes place over multiple visits, with most patients waiting around 6-9 months for their restoration to be completed.

Benefits of dental implants

  • Eat your favourite foods with confidence

  • Smile and speak without worrying about dentures slipping

  • No more denture adhesive

  • Care for your dental implants like natural teeth

  • Helps maintain facial structure

Who is a candidate for dental implants?

To be a suitable candidate for dental implants, you need to have good oral health and no signs of gum disease. You will also need to be able to commit to the aftercare instructions. If you are a smoker, you will need to quit before treatment begins and be committed to stopping the habit for good. We will discuss your suitability for dental implants and potential complications during your initial consultation.

What if I am not a candidate for dental implants?

If you have been told you are not a candidate for dental implants due to low bone density, we may be able to help you with bone grafting or alternative treatment that uses longer, angled dental implants.

If you are an unsuitable candidate for other reasons, we can help provide alternative solutions to missing teeth, including Dentures, Bridges or Veneers.

Success stories from our smile gallery

See how dental implants can transform your smile with these incredible makeovers from previous patients we have helped.

Meet our friendly dental team

The Tarporley Dental Centre team is here to make your visit as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. At every step in the treatment journey, we will ensure you feel empowered to make the right choices. From our friendly support staff to our knowledgeable and skilled dental implants surgeons, our entire team is here to help you in your journey to a more confident smile.

Dr Hardeep Bratch

Senior Clinician | GDC No. GDC 79887

BDS Bham 2001 MFGDP Royal College Of Surgeons

Risks and Benefits

Dental implant treatment is not without its risks, however these must be balanced with the potential benefits. Dental implants typically have a success rate of around 98%, and many of the risks can be managed by ensuring that aftercare instructions are followed.

Risks of Dental Implants

The main concern with dental implant procedures is the risk of infection at the implant site. This could happen during the healing process and prevent the implant from integrating with the bone. It could also happen long after the treatment is completed, which could cause the implant to become loose. The risks of treatment will always be discussed during your consultation so that you have a realistic idea of what to expect.

Dental Implants V Implant Bridges

A dental implant can be suitable for holding multiple teeth, which makes it an excellent choice for replacing multiple teeth. Two implants are used to provide support for multiple teeth. This can be an excellent alternative to a denture or bridge as it will distribute the force of your bite across the jaw bone instead of across neighbouring teeth or the gums. For more information about the role of dental implants in restoring smiles, book your consultation today.

The cost of dental implants

Dental implants are a cost-effective solution for missing teeth. The prices below are representative to help you to understand what to expect. The exact cost of your dental implant treatment will all depend on your individual treatment plan.

Single Tooth ReplacementFrom £2,950

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We are happy to offer our patients 0% APR and low cost loan facilities for dental treatment such as dental implants, Invisalign and for other cosmetic dentistry treatments. Tarporley Dental Centre with it’s registered address at 13 Nantwich Road, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 9UN. Tarporley Dental Centre is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered on the Financial Services Register.

Your treatment journey

Your initial consultation

The initial consultation is an opportunity to learn more about the treatment and how it can help you.

Ask questions

You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions about the treatment, recovery and aftercare.


A small pocket is created in the gum and jaw to place the dental implant and allow it to heal.

Placing the abutment

A healing abutment sits between the dental implant and the bridge to help create a natural gum contour.

Placing the crown

The implant crown is attached to the abutment and your dental restoration is now complete.

Aftercare and support

We will provide comprehensive aftercare and support to ensure your dental implant is healthy.

Frequently Asked Questions

The actual dental implant should not need to be replaced and can last a lifetime with the right care. The restoration part of your implant – whether that is a crown, bridge or denture – may need to be replaced after around 10-15 years, but this all depends on wear and tear.

This all depends on your goals. If you would like a permanent restoration, then a dental implant offers the ideal solution. This type of restoration can also help to maintain your facial structure and preserve the jaw bone density. A bridge or denture offers a cheaper alternative, which might be a better choice for those with a limited budget.

No, we don’t place an upper age limit on dental implants. Instead, we assess your suitability for dental implants based on your oral health and jaw bone density. The ideal candidate will also be ready to follow the aftercare instructions, as these will be essential for ensuring the success of the implant.

You should not feel any discomfort throughout the procedure as your dentist will ensure you are completely numb. After the procedure, you may have some discomfort, but this will be no more severe than an extraction or similar procedure.

You will need to ensure you brush and floss around your dental implants twice a day, paying close attention to the implant area. This will help to prevent infection which can lead to implant failure.

The complete restoration takes place over multiple visits. You might have to visit 3-4 times before the restoration is completed. The timeline will be determined based on how quickly the jaw bone heals around the dental implant, and if you require bone grafting. It could take 6-9 months to complete the procedure.

Book your dental consultation today!

Our experienced dentists are ably supported by our dedicated team of nurses and receptionists most of whom have been at the practice for many years. They are all experienced in making patients feel welcome and at ease and are capable of dealing with any queries or concerns.