Restore missing teeth with Dental Implants, don’t feel you have to miss out as there are solutions to restore your smile to its original, natural self. We offer our clients professional dental implants to restore individual or multiple missing teeth.
What are the benefits?
A much more permanent solution that traditional dental bridges and teeth-supported equivalents, dental implants are surgically attached to the jaw bone to provide a sturdy foundation for the replacement teeth to sit. These means they will be able to look, feel and function like natural teeth without any worry of them falling out or discolouring. Whilst they do require adjustments from time to time, if they are well cared for they can potentially last a lifetime – with their inferior counterparts only surviving for 5-10 years before requiring a replacement.
Perth’s trusted dental clinic
With close to 30 years in the business we have worked tirelessly to provide our clients with a valuable dentistry service, offering our cosmetic, oral surgery and implant dentistry services for those in Perth, Claremont, Subiaco and Nedlands. For those who were interested in our orthodontic six month smiles, click on the link for further information.
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Full upper & lower arches
Implant supported dentures are an affordable solution for increased stability and retention for removable dentures. Implant supported bridges with acrylic or ceramic teeth, the ultimate solution for missing teeth.
Dental implants are now routine procedures, however, as it is not a procedure you are likely to have to undertake often, Claremont Dental understands that the decision to have a tooth implant is not taken lightly.
To give you an idea of what to expect before, during and after receiving a tooth implant, we have outlined the possible processes below.
If you are considering teeth implants, the best course of action is to book a consultation with one of our experienced dentist Dr Daniel Abbondanza.
First visit – Examination & X-Rays
Examination and one or more x-rays. Your dental health and suitability for teeth implants will be assessed, and all treatment options considered. In some cases, preliminary work may be required before tooth implant/bridge placement to ensure an optimal result.
Second visit – Dental Implant Placement
During this visit, the fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth will be installed. The area is made numb and the fixture placed in the jaw bone. Where possible we may often use keyhole surgery to minimise discomfort. A healing cap is then inserted and a temporary tooth is provided during healing. The dental implants are given three months to bond with the bone. This procedure will generally take 30–60 minutes.
Third visit – Testing of Dental Implants
Once the dentist has confirmed that the tooth implant has successfully bonded with the bone, the temporary tooth and/or the healing cap is removed and an impression is taken to make the final crown. In some cases an additional ‘try-in’ appointment may be required to fine-tune the final aesthetics.
Fourth visit – Fitting of Crown or Bridge
The final step is to permanently insert the new crown or bridge.
Full Set Teeth Implants
Full set teeth replacements offer an alternative to those who wear dentures or are about to lose most or all of their teeth.