Dental Implants

Everyone wants a beautiful, healthy smile. Missing teeth can potentially affect everything from the ability to eat to smiling freely. Whether someone has one, or multiple teeth missing, dental implants can be the solution to replace them. Acting as an artificial tooth root, a dental implant is a small titanium or ceramic post that’s placed carefully into the jawbone, creating a strong foundation onto which the final teeth are secured.

An implant mimics a natural tooth but unlike traditional bridgework, it does not require support from adjacent teeth. Implants can also be used to stabilise and support a removable denture.

Before an implant can be placed we will do a thorough examination of your mouth and take a comprehensive medical and dental history. We will then use detailed recordings and three dimensional x rays of your mouth to tailor a treatment plan for you. Following the examination and planning stage, we will organise an appointment to place the implant under local anaesthesia . A crown, bridge or denture is placed onto the implant once it has integrated into the bone.

There have been significant advancements in technology and materials in recent years allowing us to achieve outstanding aesthetic results through implant treatment. We pride ourselves in always staying up to date with developments in the industry, and we have undertaken numerous training courses to ensure we provide the best in this exciting area of dentistry.

If you have been thinking of replacing a missing tooth or teeth, book an appointment online for an assessment with one of our experienced dentists.

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Dural Dental Practice
Suite 1, 644 Old Northern Road,
Dural, NSW 2158
Ph: (02) 9651-2085