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DISCOVER A REJUVENATED SMILE IN JUST 24 HOURS AT OUR SYDNEY CLINIC!

Embrace the Transformation and Regain Your Confidence 

with our Efficient Dental Implant Procedures

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Take our quick 60-second assessment to find out if you’re a suitable candidate for dental implants and which implant procedure would be the most beneficial for you!

Are You Keen to Replace Missing Teeth, Enjoy Meals Effortlessly, & Regain Confidence in Your Smile?

We’re here to assist you! Take a look at some of our most recent smile makeovers. All of these patients approached us, feeling exasperated about their dental situations. They were unable to smile, converse, or chew food with ease.

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Journey to Full-Arch Implants

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Main Concerns:

The patient was grappling with a denture that fits poorly. This not only caused discomfort and constant irritation but also significantly impeded their ability to eat and speak effectively.
Treatment:
Full-Arch Implants
Treatment Duration:
3 visits
Outcomes:
The patient now beams with increased frequency and happiness. Their self-consciousness, particularly in their professional environment, has diminished.

(Patient Name 2) Transition to Full-Arch Implants

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Main Concerns:

  • Difficulty in eating and smiling
  • Lost Teeth
Treatment:

Full-Arch Implants

Treatment Duration:

3 visits

Outcomes:

The patient can now flash a broad smile again, boosting their self-confidence.

(Patient Name 3) Experience with Full-Arch Implants

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Main Concerns:

  • Lack of confidence in smiling
  • Social awkwardness
Treatment:
  • Upper Full-Arch Implants
  • Lower bar overdenture
Treatment Duration:

10 visits

Outcomes:

The patient is now content with their lives and smiles!

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Why Choose Dental Implants?

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Choosing dental implants is a wise decision for anyone with missing teeth. Unlike other options, dental implants provide an artificial tooth that closely resembles and functions like natural teeth. They restore not only your smile but also your ability to eat and speak with confidence.

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Dental implants are anchored into your jawbone, just like your natural teeth, providing a stable and durable solution. They don’t slip or move, offering a level of comfort and reliability that surpasses traditional dentures.

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With good care, they can last a lifetime, making them a cost-effective and long-term solution for replacing missing teeth. In essence, dental implants are the closest you can get to healthy, natural teeth.

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Dental Implants Play a Crucial Role in Averting Jawbone Loss, Wrinkles, and Early Signs of Ageing

The absence of teeth can lead to the gradual diminishing of the jawbone (a problem that can be exacerbated by the continuous pressure from dentures).

When correctly positioned, dental implants fuse with the bone, halting its degradation and forestalling additional loss.

Ready For Your Transformation?

Complete the short online evaluation above to find out if you are eligible for dental implant treatment and which implant treatment would be best for you!

There are Numerous Choices When It Comes to Dental Implants

Our Sydney clinic employs the most recent dental implant methods and technology to bestow you with an attractive and functional smile.

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Lacking numerous teeth?

Implant-stabilised overdentures offer an affordable alternative to traditional dentures. These overdentures:

  • Securely fit over 2-4 implants
  • Aid in preventing bone loss
  • Significantly enhance your ability to chew and taste food

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    An Entire Fixed Set of Teeth Implant

    Leveraging cutting-edge dental technology, this full, fixed arch implant is designed to provide you with the smile of your dreams. These dental implants:

  • Are chip and stain-resistant
  • Provide a lasting solution (no need for removal)
  • Are custom-made to attach to 4-6 implants per arch

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    Missing just a single tooth?

    A sole dental implant crown is your optimum choice. It will:

  • Appear and function like a natural tooth
  • Revive your natural chewing capability
  • Preserve your bone
  • Prove cost-effective over time

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    Missing a few teeth?

    A multi-implant bridge is perfect for bridging moderate gaps in your smile. These bridges are:

  • Exceptionally durable
  • A permanent solution
  • Excellent at preserving your bone
  • A lifelong natural teeth replacement solution

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    Initial Visit & Consultation

    We commence with a comprehensive consultation to understand your needs and objectives. Evaluation of your facial and smile symmetry through photographs and X-rays are part of the process. This aids in devising and determining the optimal treatment for you.

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    The Dental Implant Procedure

    The dental implant surgery is carried out in our clinic using local anaesthesia. For those apprehensive about the operation, sedative medication can be provided to ensure a smoother process. Bone grafting may be required in some cases to ensure a successful implant.

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    Creating Your Smile

    Upon completion of the implant placement and the recovery phase, you can resume normal eating habits. Implant teeth boast strength comparable to your natural teeth.

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    About Us

    We operate from a state-of-the-art, purpose-built practice primarily designed for our patient’s comfort.

    We’re among the rare providers who can deliver a permanent solution within 24 – 72 hours post-surgery, eliminating the need for months of wearing temporary dental bridges.

    Your health and well-being are always our main concern, and our medical protocol guarantees a thorough health assessment before commencing any treatment.

    Our vast experience in dental implant surgeries enables us to give our patients their

    Why Our Patients Are Grinning Ear to Ear

    Every smile is one-of-a-kind. At our Sydney clinic, we customise every smile to align with YOU and your facial aesthetics.

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    We Offer Flexible Payment Options

    We provide interest-free payment arrangements that fit within your budget. We can also assist with accessing your superannuation early to support your oral health needs! Don’t let financial concerns hold back the smile you’ve always yearned for. Let us handle it for you!

    Utilise your Superannuation funds to restore your smile!

    Enjoy 0% Interest-Free payment plans!

    Flexible payment durations from 3 to 24 months.

    Instant Private Health rebates with many providers.

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    Get to Know Our Implant Dentists

    Our team of implant dentists in Sydney are renowned for their expertise in dental implant procedures. They are dedicated to providing affordable dental implants without compromising on quality. With a focus on patient comfort, they ensure every step of the implant process is clearly explained and carried out with precision. Leveraging the latest technology, our dentists are able to provide quality dental implants that not only restore function but also enhance your smile. Choose us for a professional, patient-focused approach to dental implants in Sydney.

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    DESIROUS OF REGAINING YOUR SMILE?

    Say farewell to countless dentist visits!

    Dental implants present an opportunity for enduring transformation. Picture this:

    Grinning with Assuredness Once More

    Welcoming Your Favourite Foods Back into Your Plate

    Bidding Adieu to Pain and Discomfort

    Claim Your Free Dental Implant Consultation, Exam, X-Rays AND $500 OFF Dental Implants.

    Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

    FAQ’s

    The cost of implants can differ greatly depending on a lot of factors, including the number of tooth implants needed, the type of implants, and any additional treatments required, such as bone grafting or sinus lifts. In Australia, the price for a single dental implant can start at around $2,400. However, for more complex cases or full-mouth restorations, the cost is higher.

    Please note that while dental implants may cost more upfront than other tooth replacement options, they are more cost-effective in the long run. This is because implants are designed to last a lifetime with proper care, while other options may need to be replaced over time and also carry maintenance & repair costs.

    Always consult with a dental professional to get an accurate estimate based on your particular requirements and situation. Many dental offices like ours offer payment plans or financing options to help make dental implants more affordable.

    Dental implants don’t require any special care beyond your regular oral hygiene routine. Like your natural teeth, they should be brushed at least twice daily and flossed once daily. Consistent dental check-ups and professional cleanings are also crucial to maintain the health of your implants.

    However, while dental implants are resistant to decay, the tissue around them can still be susceptible to gum disease. Therefore, a consistent and thorough oral hygiene routine is key. Also, if you’re a smoker, it’s recommended to quit, as smoking can negatively affect the success of your implants.

    Lastly, while dental implants are incredibly durable, they should still be treated with care. Avoid using them to open packages or chew on hard objects like ice, as this could potentially damage them.

    Many patients are concerned about the potential discomfort associated with dental implants. However, the dental implant procedure is typically performed under local anaesthesia, which numbs the area and significantly reduces any pain during the procedure itself.

    Post-surgery, there may be some swelling and discomfort, but this is typically manageable with over-the-counter pain relief medication. Most patients describe the sensation as less intense than a tooth extraction.

    The recovery process can take a few weeks, during which time there may be some residual discomfort as the mouth adjusts to the new implant. However, any pain should be minimal and gradually decrease as your mouth heals.

    If you experience prolonged or severe pain following the procedure, it’s important to contact your dentist promptly. Remember, every patient’s experience is unique, and professional guidance is paramount.

    However, while dental implants are resistant to decay, the tissue around them can still be susceptible to gum disease. Therefore, a consistent and thorough oral hygiene routine is key. Also, if you’re a smoker, it’s recommended to quit, as smoking can negatively affect the success of your implants.

    Lastly, while dental implants are incredibly durable, they should still be treated with care. Avoid using them to open packages or chew on hard objects like ice, as this could potentially damage them.

    Dental implants come in different types to cater to various patient needs. The two most commonly used are endosteal and subperiosteal implants.

    1. Endosteal Implants: Representing the most prevalent variety of dental implants, these are directly implanted into the jawbone through a surgical procedure. Following the healing of the adjacent gum tissue, a secondary operation is necessitated to affix a post to the initial implant. This post serves as the anchor for the prosthetic tooth or teeth.
    2. Subperiosteal Implants: This implant type involves a metal frame that is positioned on the jawbone just beneath the gum surface. As the gum tissue heals, it secures the frame to the jawbone. Posts, which are connected to this frame, extend above the gums and serve as sturdy bases for the fitting of the artificial teeth.

    In addition to these, there are other options like mini dental implants (MDIs), also known as small or narrow diameter implants (SDIs or NDIs). These are narrower and used primarily for stabilising a lower denture.

    The right kind of dental implant for you depends on your individual situation, including the health and density of your jawbone. Your dentist will recommend the most suitable option for you after a thorough evaluation.