Getting Dental Implants in Melbourne

Why Should You Get Dental Implants?

With dental implants, you will receive teeth that look and feel natural, making it easy to eat a greater variety of foods which is more enjoyable and may help improve your overall nutrition. Dental implants protect your jawbone against further bone loss and will have a protective effect on your natural teeth. We will not need to adjust or shape these teeth, as instead your dental implants will help hold them in place while sharing the loads created during biting and chewing. This helps to prevent any undue stresses on these teeth.

What is the Procedure for Getting Dental Implants?

Your treatment begins with an initial consultation to assess your suitability for implants and to discuss the procedure in greater detail. If you wish to proceed, we will perform advanced diagnostic tests which are used to carefully plan your treatment. When you visit us for surgery, we will know exactly where each implant is to be placed, providing you with a shorter and more comfortable experience. Once in position, your implants must Osseo-integrate with your jawbone. During this time, we can provide temporary teeth until your implants are ready to be fitted with your new teeth.

What Problems Do Dental Implants Solve?

Dental implants represent a long-term solution for tooth loss and some people will enjoy their dental implants for life. You will not need to worry about unsightly gaps or loose dentures. Instead, you can enjoy having stable, custom-designed teeth providing excellent aesthetics and functionality.

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Getting Dental Implants in Melbourne

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