Dental Implants at Select Smiles
When you are looking for Dental Implant Specialists in Melbourne, you need to do your research. This procedure is something that you definitely would not be basing on the cheapest quote around; you want leaders in dentistry who will provide you with informative consultation, state-of-the-art equipment and the utmost of care during and after your procedure.
Whether you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth or all teeth, Dental Implants is an ideal way to regain the look and function of your entire mouth. Talk to us about Select Smiles Dental Implant procedure – one of the least stressful, most efficient and fastest methods from start to finish.
Dental Implants are longer-lasting alternatives to removable dentures and bridges, and can last a lifetime when cared for properly.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a dental implant?
The titanium implant acts as a tooth root that’s placed in your jawbone. Once it’s fully integrated, a restoration can be placed on the top to look and feel like a natural tooth.
What costs are involved?
The fees will depend on the type of restoration you require and the number of implants needed to complete your desired objectives. The investment is slightly greater than some other options, but most people feel the benefits of implants are outweighed by the additional cost.
What’s involved in the process?
There are two stages involved in receiving a dental implant:
- The implant is placed and a healing time allowed. Meanwhile, we’ll custom-create your restoration to be affixed to the implant.
- Once created and the area healed, we’ll attach the restoration and ensure a perfect fit and cosmetic match.
Can a dental implant be used with other restorations?
Depending on your situation, we can use a dental implant to support a single crown, a denture or a bridge.
You’ll receive a provisional prosthesis directly after the implants are placed. You may need procedures such as an extraction or bone grafting completed before the implant can be received, which we can accommodate at our practice. Just four implants are required to support the prosthesis, which is where the name All-on-4 originates.