What You Need To Know About Dental Implants

From full arch rehabilitation to single implantation, the science of dental implants is firmly entwined with the cosmetic aesthetic – producing a natural appearance and restoring functionality and bite.

Dental implants, whether single or multiple, aid in the prevention of further loss of the jawbone density and volume. Providing stabilisation, the process of Osseo-integration ensures the smooth fusion of bone and implant, in particular the titanium based implant.

Dental implantology has progressed over the years and is now a somewhat minimally invasive procedure that may or may not involve bone grafting and can be achieved in a limited number of visits (depending on your circumstances). Various forms of sedation dentistry are available on consultation for those who harbour any anxiety or misgivings about taking their place in the dentist chair.

Did you know?

Research has shown a linear relationship between the number of missing teeth and annual household income?

Who Benefits from Dental Implants

Our team of professional dental technicians will determine your intraoral needs, with a comprehensive dental assessment. Generally, patients with the following concerns are ideal candidates for dental implants:

  • Ill-fitting dentures
  • Advanced bone loss
  • Fractured, fragile teeth
  • Advanced periodontal disease
  • Loose fitting crowns and bridges
  • Extensive edentulism

Are Your Teeth Dentally Exhausted?

Dependent on your dental needs, we offer both single and multiple dental implant solutions. A natural tooth restoration treatment, dental implants can positively impact the patient, boosting self-confidence and esteem in just a few visits. The benefits are far reaching and may include:

Aesthetically Superior: supporting the facial structure, specifically the lip and cheek areas, dental implants create a natural looking smile.

Full Bite Functionality: as the Osseo-integration process takes hold, the ability to eat, speak, and smile with ease and confidence is restored.

Enhanced Oral Health: dental implants will help to reduce the amount of food debris often associated with dentures and bridges. An easy to clean solution, the implant will also prevent bad breath and reduce the risk of periodontal disease.

Improved Speech: as edentulism negatively impacts speech, loose teeth can have an adverse and confidence zapping effect on your ability to speak. As dental implants are placed, your speech will improve.

Affordable: a cost-effective treatment that offers affordability and a long-term solution.

Dental implants are strategically crafted to offer a natural appearance and are an ideal and infinitely affordable solution to negate tooth loss and ill-fitting dentures. Restore your smile, rediscover functionality, and bite and allow yourself to be the best most vital version of you.

Call for Consultation

To discuss your suitability and your dental implant needs, call our team of professionals at Dentistree to book your appointment. Book now on (03) 9763 7333.