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For a Smile That Wows, Try Our Dental Implants Now

Do you have trouble with your dentures? Are you uncomfortable or having difficulty with them? Dentures are a good option for teeth replacement. However, if you’re not comfortable with how they look and feel, you may feel embarrassed about your smile, and as a result, you may avoid social situations. 

Some dentures also slip when you chew or talk, adding to your frustration and self-consciousness. Dentalcare of Forrestfield offers a wide range of services, including implant dentistry. Dental implants are popular tooth replacement options wherein metal posts are used to support one or more artificial teeth. As a result, dental implants look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. It is a long-term solution to missing teeth, lasting many years if cared for properly.

Start your journey to a beautiful smile by setting your dental appointment with us at Dentalcare of Forrestfield!

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Our Dental Implant Treatments

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Implant Consultation

On the day of your consultation, we will sit down with you to discuss what you hope to achieve with dental implants and your expectations.

We will evaluate your overall health to ensure that you do not have any condition that can complicate dental surgery. We will also examine your teeth and jawbone to determine if you’re a good candidate for dental implants. If you are, we will customise a treatment plan for you.

We will also take this opportunity to answer any questions about dental implants so that you can make an informed decision about whether this is the right treatment for you.

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Implant-Supported Dentures

An implant-supported denture is a type of dental prosthesis supported by one or more dental implants. Unlike a traditional denture, which rests on the gums, an implant-supported denture is securely held in place, making it much less likely to slip or move around in the mouth.

In addition, implant-supported dentures are much more comfortable to wear and can greatly improve chewing and speaking capabilities.

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Single Tooth Implants

Single implants are implants used to replace a single tooth. It consists of a metal post and a crown that provides a natural-looking and long-lasting solution to missing teeth. Single implants can replace a missing tooth without altering the surrounding teeth, making this procedure less invasive than a dental bridge.

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Multiple Implants

Multiple implants are two or more implants embedded in the jawbone to support a dental prosthesis. It can support a couple of teeth or even an entire set of dentures. The number of implants you'll need will depend on the type of dental prosthesis you're getting and the condition of your jawbone.

Why Choose
Dentalcare of Forrestfield

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Experienced and Gentle Dentists, and a State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic

Getting dental implants is an important decision, and we want you to feel confident about your choice. At Dentalcare of Forrestfield, our experienced dentists provide exceptional dental care. Our state-of-the-art dental clinic is equipped with the latest technology to ensure that we provide patients with dental services that are safe and efficient.

We Accept Popular Payment Plan Options and All Health Fund Providers

We know that dental implants are a long-term investment. That’s why we offer convenient payment plans to make the treatment more affordable and ensure that you get quality dentistry. We also accept major health funds so that you can maximise your rebates.

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We Offer Sedation Options for Anxious Patients

Studies show that 36% of the population suffers from dental anxiety, which can negatively affect their dental health. If you are one of them, and this has been stopping you from getting dental implants, don’t worry. We have different sedation options to help you relax during your treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions About
Dental Implants

Dental implants are one of the most effective ways to replace missing teeth. Unlike dentures or bridges, which can slip or irritate gums, dental implants are surgically embedded in the jawbone, providing a stable foundation for artificial teeth. In addition, implants can help preserve bone mass in the jaw, preventing the sunken facial appearance after tooth loss. Implants offer a natural-looking and long-lasting solution for people who are missing teeth.

Dental implant procedure involves placing a small titanium screw in the jawbone, which serves as an anchor for the new tooth. The first step is to numb the area with anesthesia to keep the patient comfortable during the procedure. Next, the gums are incised to expose the bone. The implant is then embedded in the bone, and the gums are sutured close. Over the next few months, the implant will fuse to the bone in a process called osseointegration. 

Once this is completed, an abutment is placed on the implant. An abutment is a connector piece that attaches the crown to the implant. After its placement, an impression will be taken, which will be used to fabricate the crown that will be attached to the implant. In most cases, the crown will be made of porcelain, indistinguishable from your other teeth.

Yes, dental implants are generally safe. The implant itself is manufactured from titanium, which has been used in other medical procedures for many years.

Dental implants are a long-term solution for tooth loss, with implants lasting for at least 20 years or longer with good dental hygiene and proper care. While the implant itself may last longer, the artificial teeth (crowns, bridges or dentures) will need to be replaced every five to ten years.

The cost of dental implants varies depending on the number of implants needed and the type of restoration used. In general, dental implants cost between $2,900 to $3,600 per tooth. However, the total cost of dental treatment will also depend on factors such as the procedure’s complexity and the dentist’s experience. Visit your dentist for a consultation to get an accurate estimate.

This depends on your fund and level of coverage. Most health funds offer some coverage for dental implants. Check with your health fund before getting the procedure done to ensure you’re covered.