We’d like to offer you the opportunity to join our Implant program. Dental implants are designed to help you regain your self-confidence, improve your speech, look and feel like your natural teeth, create comfort whilst chewing and eating and preserve your jawbone and facial structure.
Your assessment gives you…
✅ A full clinical assessment
✅ A Speech Improvement assessment
✅ A Preservation of jawbone and facial structure assessment
✅ An assessment for suitability
✅ An idea of the costs involved
✅ An explanation of the treatment and how it would work for you
After you have submitted this form we’ll contact you to arrange the best time for your appointment.
“One of the best dentists Iv been too in a long time. The whole experience from start to finish was so professional. From reception to X-rays to check up you are guided through such a safe post covid environment and given loads of time to receive proper care”
“A fantastic and professional practice which I would highly recommend to anyone. The whole team are friendly and welcoming and I am very pleased with my results. Thank you guys!”
Dr. Rory Nolan – Specialist Periodontics and Implant Dentistry
BDentSc, MFD RCSI, MFDS RCSE, DChDent(Perio), Cert EFP, FFD(Perio) RCSI
Dr. Nolan graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2001. He spent the next 5 years in general dental practice and hospital specialist practice in the UK, Ireland and Australia, during which he became a Member of both Royal Colleges of Surgeons in Ireland and England.
Rory brings with him extensive experience in cutting edge approaches in Periodontology and Implant Dentistry. His main interests lie in regenerative periodontal therapies including periodontal plastic surgery, aesthetic dental implants, oral rehabilitation and reconstruction, and the impact of periodontal disease on systemic health. He is a member of the Irish Dental Association, the Irish Society of Periodontology, the European Federation of Periodontology and the International Team of Implantology.
You will find out that we have a friendly and enthusiastic team of nurses, dentists and specialists to be on hand to help you with any dental concerns or needs.
With over 50 five star reviews on Google, you can be sure to trust us, along with our other patients in the treatment, service and dental care provided here at Pembroke Dental.
Our practice offers CEREC one-visit dentistry. This means in just one visit, we can create your implant crowns in-house while you wait, and you can go home on the same day with a beautiful new smile.
We only use either Nobel Biocare, Ankylos or Straumann implant systems — the world leaders in this industry. No cheaper copycat systems used here to bring down the cost of treatment. These systems are prone to failure, so we can’t in good conscience endorse or supply them.
A single dental implant can be used to replace a single missing tooth, this can save the adjacent teeth and help stabilise bone loss.
If we need to replace multiple missing teeth you won’t necessarily need an implant each tooth as we can create a dental implant bridge. This is often the most cost-effective way to replace multiple missing teeth.
If you have all of your missing teeth then we can either create a fixed bridge or denture. We can even stabilise existing loose wobbly dentures with dental implants.
No need to smile with your hand over your mouth. Look great and feel great in photographs.
Dental implants support the bone and gums stopping them collapsing and causing wrinkles around your mouth
Eat what you want, when you want without having to worry about what’s on the menu or finishing last.
Dental implants look and function just like natural teeth.
Yes — patients can have one tooth or a number of teeth replaced with dental implants.
Implants are extremely long-lasting, but in order to ensure their longevity, you will have to treat them and look after them well. We recommend you schedule regular visits to Pembroke Dental Ballsbridge, but as long as you brush and floss your teeth regularly, you can expect your dental implants to last for up to 25 years.
This can vary from patient to patient, but your local dentist will give you a rough idea when treatment beings. You should know that teeth are usually fitted a few months after the implants are put in to give the implant time to mould to your bone.
Dental implants are usually done using a simple anaesthetic, and placing a dental implant is often easier than extracting a tooth. At the time the implant is inserted, you won’t feel any pain. However, when the anaesthetic wears off, you might feel some discomfort for up to a week post-surgery. Any discomfort can be managed with over-the-counter pain relief such as paracetamol.
One of our missions is to always be the very best at everything we do, using the best materials, best techniques by the best surgoens. For this reason we have our own specialist periodontist to place our dental implants. An initial consultation is €150. treatment with dental implants then starts from €1350.