The good news is that we can help.
At Spa Dental Sydney CBD we can offer a fixed solution with dental implants from one of the world’s bestselling dental implant companies.
The advantage for you is that you will regain your confidence with the smile you have always dreamed of. You would be able to eat your favourite foods without pain or discomfort and would be able to enjoy your life to the fullest. Read on to learn more about dental implant procedures.
Dental implants are a fixed solution that look, feel and function just like a regular tooth. Since they are fixed in place, it means you can eat and smile with confidence.
Dental implants are made from titanium and are considered to be the most secure and reliable teeth replacement solution available today. In short there are the nearest thing to have your natural teeth back again.
When you have lost a tooth or teeth via accident, illness or decay, you will want a restorative that not only looks like your natural teeth, but you will want one that works like your natural teeth too. And while dentures and bridges used to be the closest thing to achieving this, thanks to recent advancements in dental care, you no longer have to worry about your new teeth wobbling or rubbing against your gums.
At Spa Dental Sydney CBD, we are proud to be able to offer suitable patients dental implants. Affixed to the jaw via osseointegration, these dental implants feel like your natural teeth and even better than that, they work like them too! You will be able to bite into food that was long since excluded from your plate, improving your diet, your oral health and of course, your self-esteem! Great!
Dental implant treatment is a well-established, safe and long-lasting teeth replacement solution. Replacing missing teeth is important in order to keep your gums, jawbone and of course teeth healthy. A face without teeth can change its shape and become saggy. Dental implants in Sydney can help to retain your natural face structure and shape which can greatly boost your confidence and even make you look younger.
Many patients describe their dental implants as being even better than their original teeth in their strongest and healthiest state. Get ready to crunch down on a crispy baguette for the first time in years, or to enjoy a refreshingly cool ice cream free from the fear of triggering an ache from sensitive teeth. In short, getting dental implants will enable you to enjoy your life, and the pleasures of a good meal, once more, and there is something extremely liberating about that fact.
Dental implants involve placement of a titanium fixture as a root replacement in the jaw structure.
These anchors can then be utilized in various ways:
Losing a tooth can be devastating. You can feel self-conscious and suffer a lack of self-esteem. Having a tooth implanted has become the new norm, the implant procedure has been refined and improved upon over the years.
A dental implant is a small titanium screw that integrates perfectly into your gum tissue, just where the root of your tooth would sit. Dental implants can replace all of your teeth, including your wisdom teeth (although this is not usually necessary).
If you require a more extensive restoration than a crown or have more than one tooth or multiple teeth that need to be repaired, a good solution is a bridge. A bridge helps to strengthen the prepared teeth and makes chewing and eating easier because they are fixed and can't come out. Some bridges can also be fixed to your jaw with dental implants, if you have several teeth next to each other that are missing.
All-on-4 dental implants in Sydney is a revolutionary and highly advanced new method that allows a full mouth of new teeth to rest with complete, proven stability on only four implants. State-of-the-art technologies such as CT Scanners are used to plot the location of just four implants in your jaw (two in the upper, two in the lower).
These implants form a sturdy base for a full arch of dentures to be secured on top of. The dentures will then be permanent. They look and function just like natural teeth. You walk out on the same day with a beautiful, natural, functional smile!
The ultimate in tooth replacement is dental implants. Feels functions and looks exactly like a tooth. Using modern techniques this well proven and simple procedure can easily replace lost or missing teeth. Both Dr Sean Parsonage and Dr Lawrence Neville have taken extensive post graduate education to be up to date with the most modern dental implant technology and techniques, between them they have over 30 years of dental experience.
Interest free monthly payment plans available
We have partnered with National Dental Plan to offer you up to $9000* to start treatment ASAP and then allow you to spread the cost over easy to manage fortnightly payments. Best of all, you pay no interest ever!
Most people are suitable for dental implants; just book a consultation with our team to find out if you are!
If you have good oral and physical health, alongside no degenerative bone disorders (like osteoporosis), and no history of gum disease, then chances are that you will be suitable to have dental implants. But, just to be clear, we will also need to know about any medical conditions that you have and any medicine you are taking too, to ensure it doesn't interfere with the implants fusing.
No, it isn't; our team will ensure that your mouth is numbed before we begin any surgical treatment.
Once you get home and the pain relief has worn off, you may feel something similar to bruising at the implant site, this is normal and should be controllable with over-the-counter pain relief. If it isn't, contact our team without delay.
Typically, fusing of the Dental Implant to the bone takes between 3-6 months, but this may be longer depending on your age and general health.
If there is no sign of significant fusing 12 months after we have fitted the implant, we will opt for a different restorative method.
With good care and regular trips to see our team, dental implants can last up to and over 20 years. So, it's a long-term investment in your smile that is well worth it! Perfect!
Yes! dental implants (once fused) simply need twice-daily brushing and flossing and will also need to be reviewed by our dental team every 6 months. What could be easier?
Try to refrain from smoking or drinking alcohol as these habits can shorten their lifespan
The development of dental implants over the past several years has made a significant impact on the longevity and overall performance of the implant. A successful implant treatment (oral surgery) followed by regular oral hygiene can last a patient their implant for the rest of their life. For this reason, the evolution of dental implants over the last decade has made dentistry more predictable in the long term as well as frequently eliminating the need for a removable prosthesis for tooth replacement.
The current system that we utilize is the Strauman dental implant system. These implants have several decades of research verifying long-term strength, predictability, and safety. Many companies have copied design features of this system but the patented coating, superior engineering, and credibility of the company make this our system of choice. The biocompatibility yields tissue adaptation that results in remarkable aesthetics.
Dental implants require a certain volume of bone to "live" in. Bone grafting is a general term we use to describe procedures which either help maintain the bone volume present (site preservation), or add bone to an area of the upper or lower jawbone.
Adding bone to an area which has become deficient in bone (due to the normal resorption process which occurs in the body when a tooth has been removed), will allow successful placement and healing of a dental implant.
All treatment carries risks. Individual consultations are required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Contact us for more information. Rebates may vary depending on your individual health fund.