At the ICE Postgraduate Dental Institute & Hospital, caring for our implant patients is our top priority. As one of the premier providers of postgraduate education in implant dentistry in the UK and Europe, we use the latest evidence-based and highly researched techniques. Members of our clinical team have been at the forefront of implant dentistry for over 25 years, building a reputation for excellence in our surgical skills.
Patient Referrals for ICE – School of Implant Dentistry
If you would like to register for an implant treatment at the ICE School of Implant Dentistry, you will need to be referred by your General Dental Practitioner.
Once you have been referred to ICE, you will have a free initial consultation with one of our Directors. Following this, you will start your treatment and the price will be subsidised on a training basis.
For further information on the implant treatment under the ICE School of Implant Dentistry, see our Patient Information Leaflet.
Please note that any cases that are not suitable for our students will be treated by the directors.
Private Patient Referrals to Prof C Ucer
If you would like to be referred to Prof C Ucer Private Practice, please contact the Manchester Dental Implant Clinic directly on: 0161 237 1842 or email@example.com
Patient Support & Treatment at ICE
Treatment plans involving dental implants are unique for each individual and the timing, cost, and delivery of care will be customised to suit.
From initial consultation, treatment planning, implant placement through to the restorative treatment stage and aftercare, we are here to support you every step of the way. A dedicated patient coordinator is on hand to answer any questions and will help with all aspects of treatment and discuss procedures in detail so our patients know exactly what to expect and what recovery may be like.
Following the completion of treatment, it is imperative to follow an improved hygiene regime at home to maintain good oral health and help the longevity of the implants. This includes regular dental maintenance appointments with a dentist and/or a hygienist every three to six months so the health of the soft tissue, bone levels and integrity of the implant can be reviewed.
ICE Patient’s Charter
Patients treated within Implant Centres of Excellence (ICE) clinics, or as part of any educational activity under the auspices of ICE must at all times receive treatment of the highest quality deliverable in line with the following:
- Patients’ dignity must be respected at all times, this includes their right to privacy.
- Patients must always be treated in line with current good practice.
- Individual practitioners must operate within their own level of competence and comply with all instruction supplied by their mentors and educators.
- All individuals working within ICE must be able to demonstrate appropriate commitment to continuing professional development, along with suitable registration of professional bodies as appropriate, and required indemnity.
- Patients must receive a written treatment plan in which the costs of that treatment are clearly shown.
- Patients must receive a written treatment plan of appropriate detail, the content of which must be explained fully to the patient, ensuring it is understood.
- Appropriate consent must be given prior to treatment.
- Practitioners working within ICE must use an evidence-based modern decision-making process in critically appraising new products and techniques before employing them in practice in accordance with clinical guidelines.
- ICE management will ensure all equipment used is fit for purpose and properly maintained.
- Patients must be given appropriate post-operative care and instructions, including an emergency contact number.
- Practitioners working within ICE will cooperate with referring dentists to ensure successful outcomes for the patient including appropriate maintenance.
- All ICE members and students must keep a log of their implant cases and audit their practice regularly in line with current training standards in Implant Dentistry.