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What is a Dental Implant?

Dental implants are artificial screws made of titanium or zirconium oxide that connect the jawbone and a dental restoration like a crown or denture. They are also called ‘endosseous’ implants or fixtures. They are an artificial tooth root. Once implanted, the implant integrates with the surrounding bone like part of the body. Dental surgeons perform bone grafting procedures to hold the implant in place for patients who do not have enough surrounding bone structure, or graft bone to help connect implants to the maxillary sinuses on either side of the nose when placing dental implants in the upper jaw.

How long does it take to fit a Dental Implant?

The time taken for inserting dental implants depends on the bone structure and needs of each individual patient. Some implant procedures take about 15 minutes while others may take up to two hours. Implant procedures are performed under local anaesthesia. Intravenous sedation is used for the comfort of anxious patients.

How long does it take to recover after getting a Dental Implant?

Recovery time after a dental implant procedure may take four to six weeks or up to 12 weeks for some patients. Patients can travel one day after the insertion of a single dental implant. Patients who require multiple dental implants or supporting surgical procedures should wait for around two weeks before travelling. They should meet the dental surgeon to get a certification of being fit to travel before embarking on their journey.

What should I do after getting a Dental Implant?

Patients should rest and avoid exertion after surgery. They should also avoid vigorously brushing their teeth or rinsing their mouth.

What are the alternatives to Dental Implants?

Alternatives to dental implants include fixed bridges and dentures.

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ServiceScore
Good
from 59 users
6.3
O3 Dental Letterkenny - Dental Implants in Letterkenny

O3 Dental Letterkenny

25 Upper Main Street, Letterkenny, F92 NY7D
4.9 from 6 verified reviews
I am so happy to have found my future dentist and to not have to be fearful anymoreKathleen, Ireland, 06 01 21

I hate going to the dentist because I have dental phobia. I went to 03 Letterkenny Dental fearful but they understood l received conscious sedation and remember nothing at all about the treatment. Damian and Leona are fantastic. They are caring, and professional. I cannot say enough about the great job they did on my teeth. I am so happy to have found my future dentist and to not have to be fearful anymore.

Dental Implants  
Implant Dentist Consultation  
Dentures  
2 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 75 users
6.8
Dr Peter Farrelly - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Dr Peter Farrelly

New Line Road, Letterkenny
5.0 from 1 verified review
Brilliant service and very friendly first classCollette, Ireland, 16 09 21

Brilliant service and very friendly first class. I’ve being going to Dr Farrelly for a few years now I would highly recommend. I used to have a fear of dentists hence all the trouble now, pity I didn’t have someone like him 60 years ago lol.

Dental Implants  
Implant Dentist Consultation  
Dentures  
3 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 28 users
7.3
High Road Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in Ireland

High Road Dental Surgery

High Road, Letterkenny
4.9 from 6 verified reviews
The High Road Dental Surgery is situated on the High Road, beside Ruth's Chemist. We take Medical Card,PRSI and Private paitent's. We are a friendly practice who will try and accomadate emergency patients as quickly as we can. Our surgery consist's of three Dentist's, conal Kilfeather, Adrian Millen and Joe Best. Please feel free to call in or make appointment anytime.
Dental Implants  
Dentures  
Dental Crowns  
2 more treatments
1 other location in Letterkenny for High Road Dental Surgery
Kilfeather Dental Surgery

Kilfeather Dental Surgery

24 Upr Main st, Letterkenny

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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 450 users
8.8
Navan Dental - Navan Dental CentreFeatured

Navan Dental

(046) 901 7145 28 Trimgate Street, Navan, C15 PA9K
4.9 from 26 verified reviews
It was such a good experience.Louise, Ireland, 30 05 24

I'm a nervous patient and avoided going back to the dentist for a long time, recently had work done by Dr Don Mac Auley and just so happy with it. It was such a good experience. I felt no discomfort or pain while the work was being done and none afterwards either. I'm not as nervous about my follow up appointments/check ups now thanks to Don and the team.

Dental Implants from €1250
Dental Crowns €650 - €850
A dental crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth and held in place by dental adhesive or cement. Crowns are used for several reasons: as a protective cover for badly decayed teeth or fractured teeth as a permanent restoration for teeth with large fillings to correct minor problems in natural teeth like spacing and irregular shape or severe discolouration. Crowns are made of inert materials that do not deteriorate over time. However, the underlying tooth is still prone to decay and gum disease. Crowns on average last between 10 and 15 years. Ceramic on the surface may chip or fracture. Avoid chewing excessively hard substances like ice or bones. Daily brushing and flossing are essential for maintaining good oral health as well as keeping the crown trouble-free. The most vulnerable portion of the crown is the margin or the junction between tooth and crown. Regular check-ups will enable your dentist to detect any problems with your crown and recommend necessary treatment.
Dental Bridges from €650
Dental bridges are false teeth that are used to replace missing teeth. Unlike removable dentures, a dental bridge is fixed in place as it is anchored to the teeth at one, or both sides of a gap. They’re an alternative to dental implants for patients who don’t want to have surgery. Why do I need a bridge? Gaps in your teeth don’t just look unappealing, they can also cause a lot of damage to the surrounding teeth, putting more pressure on them and sometimes straining the jaw joint. Gaps where a tooth or teeth have been lost, also allow for unwanted and undesirable tooth movement of the adjacent or opposing teeth. A dental bridge is used to solve this problem, usually by fixing a false tooth in the gap and using the natural teeth to hold it in place.It typically has three pieces; a false tooth, held together by two crowns that cover the adjacent teeth. This is called a fixed – fixed bridge. By comparison, a Maryland bridge has metal wings bonded onto the adjacent teeth, which are very lightly prepared.
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Good
from 47 users
6.3
The New Smile Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

The New Smile Dental Clinic

Wine Street, Sligo
4.8 from 5 verified reviews
Always takes his time to explain everything in detailJon, Ireland, 02 09 21

Does anyone like the dentist, well not me. This all changed after my 1st visit to new smile many years ago. As soon as you walk through the door the receptionist is the most pleasant, helpful and just great at dealing with clients. The dentist David is just a gentleman and have to say one of the nicest people I have ever met. Always takes his time to explain everything in detail. Explains the pros and cons of the different procedures. All I can say is the man is gifted. Has to be the best dentist in the country.

Dental Implants  
Single Implant from €1350
Implant Dentist Consultation from €100
Implant consultation fee deducted from price of first implant treatment.
6 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 34 users
6.2
Cleary Fitzgerald Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Cleary Fitzgerald Dental Practice

Cork House, Wine Street, Sligo
5.0 from 1 verified review
Gentle dental care to make dental visits a pleasant and positive experience for patients is the goal of the team at this clinic located at Wine Street in Sligo, Ireland. The philosophy of the expert and experienced team is founded on prevention and their aim is to help patients achieve and maintain long term dental and oral health and beautiful smiles. Services provided are examinations and the services of dental hygienists, children’s dentistry, general dental care including CEREC same day restorations, adult orthodontics, cosmetic smile makeovers, fitting anti-bruxism appliances and implant dentistry.
Dental Implants  
Implant Dentist Consultation  
Dentures  
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 1 user
6.4
Fionn Murphy - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Fionn Murphy

51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan
Our surgery is located in Cootehill, Co. Cavan and is now one of the largest dental practices in Ireland. Our aim is to deliver dentistry of the highest quality using the most up to date techniques and materials available delivering good patient outcomes.
Dental Implants €500 - €2500
Implant Dentist Consultation  
Dentures  
4 more treatments
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Chris Williamson

51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan
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Jonathan Deane

51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan
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