Dentist team with patient dressed as tooth fairy

Dental Implants

Treatment costs

Single tooth implant - includes implant and crown £2550.00 dependant on treatment if a bone graft is required there would be a further charge of £281.00

Implant retained denture includes 2 implants, a upper conventional denture and a lower implant supported full denture around £4000.00

CT Scan - additional cost

Temporary replacement - leave a gap or provisional denture

Every patient is different and patient treatment plans may vary, please contact us for your free consultation to discuss your options.

0% finance is available for this treatment subject to credit check - find out more

Why choose us?

Dental implant model

Having treatment with us will put you in the care of one of the UK’s most highly regarded cosmetic dentists.

Liam McGrath has performed over 3,000 implants on more than 2,000 patients and is regularly enlisted to advise and train other dentists across the UK.

He is among the few practitioners to be awarded the acclaimed Diploma in Implant Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

He also spent his early career travelling the globe to learn from the very best implant dentistry experts in the world.

Liam has since developed a customised Synergy Training Programme, which offers comprehensive training to other dentists in all aspect of restorative implant dentistry.

For more information on Dr McGrath please visit his website

Both Dr Dan C Naylor and Dr Will Hodgson carry out the restorative dentistry following on from Dr McGrath implant placements, both have completed post graduate training on restoration of implants, and have treated patients right here in Wrexham for over ten years.

Our methods are proven to provide long-lasting, reliable solutions which can transform lives and dramatically improve self-confidence.

Important information about choosing implants

Although implants offer a fantastic solution to missing teeth to complete your smile and help you eat, they are not the same as your natural teeth. It is essential to understand that not only are implants a financial investment but they are also a physical one. Therefore, when we place implants at Ruabon road, you will be required to agree to a continued course of monitoring and management which would involve three to six monthly visits to our hygiene team and yearly reviews with a dentist to make sure all is well. The survival rates for implants in healthy adult are generally good with over 95% at five years and estimates of almost 90% at ten years. Despite this they suggest that as many as 38.7% of fixed implant-supported prostheses suffered some type of biological or technical problem during an observation period over five years1

Frequently Asked Questions

Illiustration of how dental implants are fitted

What are the benefits of dental implants?

  • Implants look and feel just like your own teeth
  • Implants preserve the integrity of facial structures
  • Better health and nutrition because you can eat what you want
  • Ease of cleansing
  • Enjoy your food
  • Eliminates the embarrassment of loose fitting dentures
  • Eliminates the pain of ill-fitting dentures

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is an artificial substitute/replacement for the root portion of your natural tooth and is anchored into a pre-drilled socket in your jaw-bone to support a crown, bridge or secure a denture firmly in place. Implants are made from titanium, a material that is well tolerated by bone and integrates easily with bone tissue. During the placement of a dental implant, the goal is to achieve a close contact between the outer surface of the implant and the surrounding bone tissue so they can "fuse" together.

How is a dental implant placed?

You will require x-rays and, in some cases, a CT scan is needed to assess that bone quality. The implant procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic at the practice.

Once the implant has been placed, it is left to heal and integrate with the jawbone for between six weeks to six months, during this period, patients are given temporary teeth (bridges) or they continue to wear their dentures.

Patient Journey

Stage 1

Initial Free Consultation with Implant Co-Ordinator



Stage 2

Suitability assessment with Dr Naylor / Dr Hodgson

Impressions / Photographs / X-rays


Stage 3

Detailed treatment plan with Dr Naylor / Dr Hodgson

Discuss plan and consent forms given


Stage 4

2 weeks before implant placement consent forms and initial payment needed in practice


Stage 5

Implant placement with Dr Liam McGrath


Stage 6

2 weeks later review with Dr Naylor / Dr Hodgson

Review Implants remove stitches


Stage 7

Your implants are now left to heal for 3 - 6 months


Stage 8

Appointments to restore your implant

Restore implant with crown, bridge or denture


Stage 9

Regular hygiene appointments and x-rays required after placement

1 Pjetursson B E, Brägger U, Lang N P, Zwahlen M. Comparison of survival and complication rates of tooth-supported xed dental prostheses (FDPs) and implant-supported FDPs and single crowns (SCs). Clin Oral Implants Res 2007; 18 (Suppl. 3): 97-113.

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Map showing location of Ruabon Road Dental Practice in Wrexham

96 Ruabon Rd,
LL13 7PH

Tel:01978 364390