What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants aim to fully replace your lost tooth from top to bottom. Using a titanium screw that is placed into the jawbone, we replace the natural root that has been damaged. The implant is then attached to this screw, restoring your smile to its previous glory.
What Is the Difference Between Dental Implants and Dentures?
The essential difference between dentures and implants is:
- Dental Implants are permanent and fixed,
- whereas dentures can be removed when required.
However, there are several other distinctions that may make dental implants preferable for you.
Why You Need an Implant Dentist
Dental implants have come a long way since they were first introduced. They not only provide a long-lasting solution to missing teeth, but you’ll also be given a beautiful smile and restored mouth function.
You will be able to eat and drink just as you were used to, without having to worry or be self-conscious about them being damaged or falling out. They also look great. People will not be able to notice that you have anything that isn’t 100% natural and real. You’ll be able to smile with confidence; there’s no need to hide your teeth.
Dental implants are also the healthy option. Because you are fully mimicking real teeth, the underlying jawbone will not continue to shrink. Facial support and gum health will be maintained through the stabilising qualities of the base of the implant.
Compared to bridgework, dental implants may be the better choice. The reason for this is that implants act independently – in other words, you don’t need the support from adjacent teeth for a successful procedure. This means that you are not placing any unnecessary pressure on your other healthy teeth.
Teeth Implants At Mawson Lakes Dental
Dental Implants are performed within the surgery ensuring each and every one of our patients walks away with a beaming smile, built on a solid foundation that will last you for years.
We use the latest technology, a recently refurbished practice and professional dentists, hygienists and dental therapists to ensure you get the best treatment available to you.
The procedure is generally performed under local anaesthesia. However patient comfort is paramount and we do offer the option of sedation administered by a specialist anaesthetists within the comfort of our rooms.
Book In For A Consultation
If you’re still not sure whether to opt for partial dentures or dental implants, why not give our friendly customer service team a call? With over 25 years experience, our staff members are ready to give you relevant advice that will point you to a treatment plan that fits your situation.