Missing natural teeth or gaps needing replacement? Implant dentistry offers a clinically proven and safe solution to getting back a great smile and being able to bite and chew with confidence. The use of dental implants represents the gold standard replacement for missing teeth. Dental implants are a more conservative option when compared to bridgework alternatives on natural teeth.
Dental implants are titanium screws that mimic tooth roots in shape. They are carefully placed in the jaw where teeth are missing and once healed, crowns, bridges and dentures can be attached, creating a natural-looking and stable restoration.
- When you lose your natural teeth, your jaw bone and surrounding tissues start to disappear over time. When implants are placed in the jaw, it stimulates the bone to remain stable
- Implants help restore function so you can eat, chew and bite as usual
- Implants are a natural-looking way to replace missing teeth
Dental implants may be placed at the time of tooth removal so we would always recommend we look into this option before considering an extraction.
Through the use of our digital workflows with CT scanning and 3D printing technologies, we can provide keyhole implant surgeries that enable a quicker and more comfortable healing compared to traditional approaches.
We are proud to offer our patients advanced oral surgery techniques under high-powered magnification by our specialist in this field.
The need for regeneration is planned through our CT scanning technology. Regeneration techniques vary from simple to complex and we cater for all outcomes. We are proud to offer our patients advanced oral surgery techniques under high-powered magnification by our specialist in this field.
This may be performed for reasons other than for dental implants, for example, to improve the appearance of teeth on a bridge. For dental implants, the bone graft may be carried out during the extraction of the tooth, at the same time as implant placement, or 4-6 months prior to the implant placements.
What to expect at your initial consultation?
At your one to one appointment, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the procedure and can ask us any questions.
Depending on the treatment, you may get to see a FREE simulation of your new smile before your procedure begins.
We try to make treatment as affordable as we can by providing monthly payment plans, including 0% finance.
Why choose us?
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Your Dental Implants Journey…
- Fill out the contact form to start your journey
- A member of our award winning team will be in touch, we will be able to discuss your issue, and how to move forward
- You will be given a local anaesthetic and offered sedation if you are anxious
- Implants are carefully and surgically placed. With our advances CT scanning and 3D printing, our procedures are less time consuming compared to more traditional approaches
- You may have some minor discomfort after the procedure that can be eased with over the counter painkillers. Antibiotics may also be provided for you to take
- Implants are typically left for 2-3 months before appointments are made for the final stages of the treatment
Dental implants are a prosthesis used in dentistry to replace lost teeth. They involve implanting a titanium screw into the jaw where the lost tooth used to be. We can then attach crowns, bridges or dentures to fill the gap naturally and efficiently.
Your first step to being fitted with a dental implant is the initial consultation with your dentist. During this visit, your dentist will take a 3D scan of your teeth to see where the titanium screw can be fitted. You may start the process that same day or you may be called in for a separate visit, depending on the type of work needed. You will be given a local anaesthetic or, if you are overly anxious, you can be sedated. The implants are surgically inserted into your jaw and a crown or dentures are affixed.
The good news is, dental implants are not subject to rotting and decay, like natural teeth so they should last you a considerable amount of time. However, maintaining a good oral hygiene regimen still necessary. The implant itself may not be subject to decay, but a lack of oral hygiene can lead to your other teeth decaying and subject you to gum disease. At The Dentist, you’ll be given information on how to look after your oral hygiene, including care of your new dental implant.
When a dental implant is placed in your jaw, it stimulates bone growth and stabilises your jaw. This is especially important as a missing tooth can result in bone and gum tissue disintegrating over time. At The Dentist, we’ll ensure your dental implant looks like your natural teeth. Not only that, it will also function just like your natural teeth. Once healing is complete, you can speak, laugh, eat and do everything you used to do before you needed a dental implant. Best of all, this is a long-term solution and with the right care, you may not need to replace your dental implants for many, many years.
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