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Implant Milton Keynes

We offer High Quality and Affordable Dental Implant Treatments in Milton Keynes, with some of the most skilled clinicians in the country.

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Our large size gives our team access to the best discounts and most competitive Implant prices from the world’s leading brands.

We offer patients a real 7 day a week service with access to some of the most experienced clinicians available.

We offer a 24/7 Emergency phone line, so you will never be without help.

We offer our service in the most luxurious of settings.

We offer patients access to real experts within the Implant field.

0% Finance Interest

Treatment Procedure

All our patients receive a written itemised treatment plan

We are Milton Keynes’ most popular private practice.
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What Dental Implant Treatments do we offer in Milton Keynes?

The Hub Dental practice is a leading Implant provider, offering the full range of treatment options, 7 days a week. This includes:

✓ Single Implants
✓ All on 4’ Implants
✓ All on 6’ Implants
✓ Same day’ Implants
✓ Bespoke Implant Hygienist Service
✓ Sedation
✓ 24/7 phone line, 365 days a year
✓ Smile Makeover

Our £65 Implant Consultation service is an excellent and affordable way to speak with one of our experts. Many of our team are leaders in their field, lecturing at Universities internationally.

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Why are CT Scans Necessary for Dental Implants?

CT scans are used to produce three dimensional (3D) images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways and bone.

They are advised when X-ray (2D) images are not sufficient, as is often the case in Implant treatment, surgical treatment and some extractions.
We use world leading technology, ensuring the highest quality images with the lowest possible radiation does.

All of our patients are given a USB stick with their CT scan uploaded.

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Dental Implants team

Experienced Implant Dentists

Dr Selcuk Erkut

Dental Surgeon | Implant Dentist | Oral Surgery

Dr Ezgi Cilingir

Dental Surgeon | Periodontics | Implant Dentist

Dr David Nartey

Implants | Restorative | Oral Surgery

Dr Ernest Lucas-Taulé

Implant Dentist | Restorative | Oral Surgery

Our team places 600 dental implants each year, and our large size allows us to invest in the very best technologies whilst keeping our prices very affordable.

Dr Ernest Before & After Implant Cases

"Implants are an Ideal Solution to Missing Teeth. Say Goodbye to Removable Dentures!"

Dental Implant Prices

Implant Type

Fee From

 Fee Average

Single Implant without restoration



Single  Implant with Ceramic restoration



Two single implants (Pricing assumes same-day procedures and same arch)



Three single implants (Pricing assumes same-day procedures)



Implant Type

Fee From

Fee Average

One  implant supporting a small bridge (2 teeth)



Two implants supporting a small bridge (3 teeth)



Three  implants supporting a large bridge (5 teeth)



Complete arch five or six implants + 10 unit bridge)



Implant Type

Fee From

Fee Average

Two  implants and a full lower denture

£2000 +  Denture cost

£2400 + Denture cost

Four implants and a full lower denture

£4400 +  Denture cost

£4400 + Denture cost


Implant Type

Fee From

 Fee   Average

Small Sinus Lift



Medium Sinus Lift



Large/Extensive Sinus Lift



Bone Grafting/Augmentation



Collagen Membrane



Finance 0% interest


Patient Finance and Interest-Free Credit

Patients expect to have a clear idea of dental charges, and we believe that it’s not only reasonable, but it makes great sense to us too. Patients who feel they can trust the dentist are more likely to have their dental care.

Treatment Procedure

All our patients receive a written itemised treatment plan

Prices do vary as every patient is different BUT you will pay exactly what is on your treatment plan

Nobody beats our 365 days a year Dental Charges

We offer monthly payment plans and 0% Finance (terms apply)


Dental Practice Location

780 South Fifth Street Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 2FX


Monday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Tuesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Wednesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Thursday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Friday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Saturday 8.00am to 5.30pm

Sunday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Bank Holidays 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Dental Implants Benefits

One of the most remarkable aspects of dental implants is their resemblance to natural teeth. The process of osseointegration creates a root, making an implant function as a natural tooth. After healing, there is no noticeable difference between an implant and other natural teeth.

After the loss or extraction of a tooth, the surrounding bone in the jaw can begin to disintegrate. As the bone is reabsorbed back into the body, a host of oral issues may present. Dental implants perform the same functions like natural teeth and can keep the bone stimulated, so further bone loss doesn’t occur.

Maintaining a dental implant is the same as maintaining your natural teeth. Unlike dentures, you don’t need to remove your implant to keep it clean. And, because it’s a long-lasting option, you won’t have to think about replacements, like you would with a bridge or crown.

When you lose teeth, it can cause a change in the overall structure throughout your entire mouth. This shift can lead to alignment issues and can result in a weakened bite and potentially distorted facial features. A dental implant can help reinforce your bone and prevent any changes to your bite.

When you lose a tooth, other teeth can deviate and try to take over the space. This shift can lead to potential gum health issues as well as problems with the stability of teeth. Unlike traditional bridges, dental implants don’t require surrounding teeth to be shaved down.

Dental implants are ranked as one of the longest-lasting fixes for tooth loss. They are permanent and specifically designed to handle daily wear and tear and can last a lifetime. In fact, studies have shown that it has a 95 percent success rate over 40 years of use.

With the growing popularity of dental implants, the overall cost continues to decrease. For example, a bridge can cost anywhere from £1950 to £3600 and needs periodic replacement. Alternatively, a dental implant entails a one-time cost of around £1950 to £8000.