A full clinical examination of your mouth, as well as radiographs and a CBCT scan will be undertaken. The CBCT scan is critical at this stage, allowing the dentist to have a clear and visible picture of the condition of your teeth as well as providing vital information about the bone volume and density in areas where a dental implant is planned to be placed. At the end of the consultation, they will thoroughly explain your treatment options to you, covering every aspect related to the cost of the proposed treatment including the associated terms. This will then be confirmed in a full written report.
Our front desk reception team will then confirm the treatment plan with you and arrange further appointments and financial planning.
Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with medical grade titanium, in order to replace damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function close to the original. Dental implant surgery can offer a welcome alternative to dentures or bridgework that provide an undesirable aesthetic or function and can offer an option when a lack of natural tooth structure does not allow for bridge or denture requirements.
How dental implant surgery is performed depends on the type of implant and the condition of your jawbone. Dental implant surgery may involve several procedures and varies hugely between patients. The major benefit of implants is generation of a solid support for your new teeth — a process that requires the bone to heal tightly around the implant. Because this bone healing requires time, the process can take up to 6 months before the permanent crown can be fabricated.
With the right care, dental implants can last a lifetime. As part of your comprehensive care package, you will receive a guarantee of 5 years on the implant and 1 year on the crown/restoration.
Dental implants once placed function and require the same care as natural teeth. We recommend maintaining excellent oral hygiene with regular hygienist visits every 4 months and dental check ups every 6 months for the best long term results.
What Types of Issues Can Dental Implants Fix?
Replace Single TeethReplace single missing teeth with highly durable titanium implants - built for life
Replace Full ArchesWe can fix an entire arch of brand new teeth on just 4 implants in a day
Replace BridgeworkIf you have several missing teeth or old bridges, we’ll restore them with implants
Replace DentureIf you are fed up with your dentures or are struggling to keep them in, implants are a fixed solution
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Dental ImplantSingle tooth dental implant, multiple missing teeth restoration, teeth in a day, all on four procedure
Sinus GraftFor a significant deficiency in bone height in the upper jaw, meaning that dental implants cannot be placed. The sinus lining is lifted and bone added to this area to build the height. 3 months later, dental implants can be placed.
Sinus LiftFor when there is a slight deficiency of bone height in the upper jaw for dental implants to be placed. The bone is ‘stretched’ to accommodate an implant
Bone GraftingLocalised socket grafting, used in cases with poor quality bone or immediate implants.
Teeth ExtractionsAtraumatic tooth extraction, removal of unerupted or damaged wisdom teeth.
EndodonticsEndodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft nerve tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. This is an alternative to implant treatment where there is enough tooth tissue remaining.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are implants suitable for everybody?
Almost everyone that has lost a tooth, several teeth or even all of their teeth is a candidate for dental implant treatment. We will assess your suitability before undergoing any treatment.
How long will it take?
Implant treatment usually requires a number of appointments over a period of months. In some cases, however, implant work can be completed in a much shorter period.
How long do implants last?
Once treatment is completed, a regular routine of dental hygiene and regular check-ups should ensure that implants last for many years. The biggest concern is peri-implantitis (inflammation of the gum around a dental implant). Stopping smoking, good oral hygiene practices and regular hygienist appointments can help to prevent this.
How painful is the dental implant procedure?
As with any other oral surgical procedure, there is some associated discomfort. However, most implant patients comment that they were surprised at how minimal and short the duration of discomfort was. The majority of patients are pain free within 48 hours.
Can I replace my dentures with implants?
Yes, you can and it will change your life. With dental implants you avoid the pain and embarrassment of dentures. Your teeth will not slip or fall out and you will not need to worry about what you eat. As there are no clasps, clips or plastic covering the top of your mouth, the sensation of taste can also be greatly enhanced.