Restore your smile with Circus Dental

We offer state of the art dental implant treatment to patients

Call us: 0800 202 2000

We are available from Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm
Affordable Price

We are providing affordable payment options to our patients.

Professional Dentist

We work with qualified doctors for our implant treatments.

Satisfactory Service

Our patients are always happy and satisfied with the service we provide.

Meet the team

Where to find us

We have disabled access to a ground floor surgery, appointments by arrangement. Toilet facilities are on the first and second floors.

We are located in the centre of Bath with a number of car parks close by. The nearest car parking is on-street and tickets can be purchased from on-street parking meters. Park and Ride is available from Landsdown and stops in Milsom Street.

What to expect during your first visit?

Depending on your teeth condition during your first visit you may expect the below services:

  • Personalised treatment plan
  • Full-mouth x-rays
  • Full periodontal charting
    measuring the space between a tooth and the gum tissue surrounding it
  • Intra-oral imaging
  • Dental exam
  • Before photos
  • And any required examination

During your first visit, we will discuss your dental history, conduct a through examination and propose a treatment plan. The visit lasts about 45 minutes.

To ensure a smooth experience, we recommend arriving 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.

More than the latest technology,
access to the right treatment for you

Today, dental implants are a modern way to replace missing teeth.
This is a long-term alternative solution for smile restoration. 


Dental implants

Fixed bridges

Removable dentures

No Treatment
Overall Considerations        
Longevity (Can it last a lifetime with proper care?)


No, 5-7 years typically No N/A
Comfort (More comfortable than removable dentures?)


Yes No, can be difficult N/A
Hygiene (More comfortable than removable dentures?)


No, can be difficult No, can be difficult N/A
Aesthetic Appearance


Acceptable Varies Poor
Function (Can restore chewing ability?)


Yes Partially Decreased
Feeling (Sensation in the mouth)

Provides a more natural sensation

May feel less natural Removable, may feel less natural Decreased sensation
Facial harmony (Impact on facial structure)

Supports natural facial structure and prevents sagging

May not have the same impact on facial structure May not have the same impact on facial structure Accelerates facial sagging

Patient Experience with Dental Implant
Change your life in confidence

Read about our patients’ smile stories and their experience with dental implant treatments

Elisabeth, 59

As a dedicated teacher, my smile plays a vital role in connecting with students and colleagues alike. These implants have not only restored my confidence but also allowed me to engage more freely, sharing warmth and positivity.  

Juliette, 45
(Insurance Consultant)

Embracing the power of multiple dental implants at 45 has been a game-changer for me, both personally and professionally as an insurance consultant. Confidence exudes from every interaction, enriching my client relationships and networking experiences.

Jack, 55
(Real Estate Agent)

These implants have truly transformed the way I engage socially and professionally, allowing me to leave a lasting impression that opens doors to endless opportunities. Grateful for the renewed radiance and the positive impact it brings to my real estate journey!"

Take the first steps to your new smile

If you want more information or you are interested in scheduling your first visit, leave your contact details and one of our personal consultants will reach out to you

Frequently asked questions

What are some important facts regarding implants?

Implants are durable, lasting decades with proper care. They preserve jawbone health. Implants provide stable and natural-looking tooth replacements.Success rates are high, but patient health and oral hygiene play a role. Implant placement is a surgical procedure requiring healing time. Proper maintenance and regular dental visits are essential.

What are my other tooth replacement options?

Other teeth replacement solutions include dental bridges, dentures (partial or complete), and implant-supported dentures, which offer various options for restoring missing teeth.

What is involved in placing a dental implant?

Dental implant procedure is a surgical procedure. The dental implant is inserted into jawbone for healing.

What happens before an implant is placed?

Before a dental implant is placed, a thorough process is followed. This includes an initial consultation to assess candidacy, treatment planning involving imaging and simulation, preparatory procedures if needed, discussion of anesthesia, and creation of a surgical guide for precise placement. Informed consent is obtained, and pre-operative instructions are provided. These steps ensure the success of the implant procedure by assessing oral health, bone density, and structuring a tailored treatment plan, ultimately contributing to the long-term stability of the implant.

What is the healing time for dental implants?

The healing time for dental treatments can vary widely depending on the specific procedure performed, the individual patient's overall health, and how well post-operative care is followed. After dental implant surgery, osseointegration which is the process of the implant fusing with the jawbone, can take up to several months.

Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. You should always consult with a dental professional prior to treatment. Potential risk factors may vary depending on medical or other conditions of each patient. The possibility of immediate placement and the use of a prosthetic tooth depends on many factors, such as bone presence and quality, dental history, implant location, and availability of the final restoration. Your clinician will fully describe the possible scenarios to you during consultation prior to surgery. Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. Consult your clinician to find out if dental implants are right for you.