Complete Implant and Sedation Dentistry centre has a range of treatment solutions available for the effective replacement of single teeth to full mouth reconstructions using teeth implants at our Perth dental centre. Book an appointment.
Dental implants can be used for:
If you are missing a single tooth, one dental implant and crown can replace it. This solution replaces both the lost natural tooth and its root.
This treatment provides several advantages over other tooth replacement options. In addition to looking and functioning like a natural tooth, a dental implant can replace a single tooth without sacrificing the health of neighbouring teeth. As it also replaces your tooth root, bone is better preserved. Dental implants integrate with your jawbone, helping to keep the bone healthy and intact.
Missing teeth can be replaced in a variety of ways, depending on your circumstances. However, dental implants are considered one of the most effective treatment options due to their longevity, strength, and stability.
Using dental implants to resolve multiple missing teeth can prevent bone loss, facial collapse and problematic movement of your other teeth.
For people with dentures that don’t stay in place, which can make eating difficult, dental implants offer a way to keep dentures in place and let you to go about your daily life. The procedure can be done under local anaesthetic or using sleep dentistry (IV sedation), if preferred, for patient comfort.
Your existing denture can be modified to ”clip on” to the dental implants for retention and security and has been referred to as “dental stabilisation”, “Locator dentures” and “Denture Connect Plus”.
Full Arch or Full Mouth Reconstruction
Another option for denture wearers is to remove dentures altogether, using dental implants to recreate an entire new set of teeth with advanced surgical and restorative techniques. The cost of dental implants is small compared to getting a new set of teeth that could last you a lifetime.
Prescribed for patients with filled or treated teeth which have become diseased and are not able to be saved; full mouth replacement will put an end to tooth decay and disease, restore full function and aesthetics, and help avoid facial deformity from bone loss.
Prescribed for patients with filled or treated teeth which have become diseased and are not able to be saved; full mouth replacement ensures there is no tooth decay and disease, while restoring full function and aesthetics and avoiding facial deformity from bone loss.
Bone grafting, Regeneration and Sinus Lift Procedures
In some cases, an oral bone graft augmentation or grafting procedure may be required to prepare the mouth and jaws, or to give the gums a natural appearance. In the upper jaw, missing teeth can lead to a lowering of the maxillary sinuses, which are behind your cheeks and on top of the upper teeth.
In the past, this problem meant dentures were the only suitable treatment option. Today, new treatment techniques mean we can now perform sinus lifts and grafts in order to prepare the sinuses and upper jaw to receive dental implants.
Prevent bone loss and facial shrinkage caused by missing teeth. Dental implants do not just replace lost teeth in a strong, healthy and permanent way, but also preserve the jaw bone and facial form.
We perform all dental treatments in house, saving you time and money from sourcing solutions from multiple dentists.
We are experienced and equipped to provide comprehensive reconstructive and dental implant care using innovative and proven materials and techniques. If you require immediate teeth replacement, talk to us about our teeth in a day process.
Our dentists have performed thousands of implant procedures and our Practice principal Dr Misagh Habibi (Dentist), exclusively practices dental implantology and related surgeries, teaching and mentoring other dentists in this field.
Our dentists are not registered specialists in oral or maxillofacial surgery, but carry relevant postgraduate training, experience, and/or qualifications in oral (dento alveolar) and implant surgery, with experience in performing these procedures routinely/daily.
Patients are reminded that all surgical procedures carry risk. Before starting any recommended dental treatment, patients may opt to seek a second opinion. Results can vary and the effect of alternative treatment options (including no treatment) should be considered.
Root Canal vs. Implant Replacement
Root canal treatment (RCT) can often save heavily decayed or infected teeth, if there is still enough healthy tooth structure and gum support left to make it strong enough. We can advise you on whether a tooth is best treated by root canal therapy or replaced with a dental implant, and may sometimes refer you to an endodontist in Perth for more complex RCT.
We also have dentists who perform root canal treatment effectively and painlessly under sedation. If you’ve suffered from a failed root canal, sometimes it may not be viable to re-treat, and may require replacement with a dental implant. In many suitable cases, this can be done at the same time as removal of the tooth, saving you time and money compared to staged procedures.
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Dental implants can provide cosmetic enhancement, restore chewing and biting function, are easy to clean and offer long term durability. Contact us today to find out if implantology is suitable for you.