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Mini Dental Implants


Mini Dental Implants make your dentures feel very secure, so you can be confident in any social situation when eating, talking or laughing.

Mini Dental Implants are an affordable solution for permanent denture stability – they typically taken only two hours to complete!

Immediately after treatment you will feel a new stability in your denture, secure that in the knowledge they have the staying power you need without having to use messy denture adhesives or creams.

Mini Dental Implants and your dentures

In most cases the treatment is compatible with your existing denture(s). If your denture(s) is very old and worn, you may need to purchase a new one which will be customised to fit your mini dental implants. In your free consultation we can advise you whether this is required.



How do Mini Dental Implants work?

The 3M™ Mini Dental Implant (MDI) Denture Stabilization System consists of:

  • A metal housing that is incorporated into the base of your denture.
  • A rubber O-ring, housed in the metal housings, to provide the seal that locks the pieces into place.
  • Mini titanium alloy dental implants, rooted into the jawbone, that act as an anchor to stabilize a lower denture.
  • After the Mini Dental Implants procedure is complete

Whilst every patient is different, you may experience some kind of mild discomfort and soreness for a few days after the procedure. Often the soreness is caused by your denture now fitting properly which your gums are not used to, but we can make an adjustment to your denture to overcome this.



Free Consultation


To allow you to make an informed decision whether mini dental implants are the right choice for you, we are offering new patients a free mini dental implant consultations with a dentist.

At the consultation you will receive a bespoke treatment plan with mini dental implant options and costs. Working together, we can help you to make informed decisions about your mouth, your teeth and your smile.

Call 01642 554667 or use our online form.