Want to have a killer smile that stands out in the crowd?

Dental restoration in Melbourne need not be expensive and complicated. Let’s be partners in achieving your best smile using dental implants! We at Dental Implants in Melbourne can help you make it happen!

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What is it?

Dental implants are screw-like materials made of titanium inserted into the jawbone to act as the foundation of an artificial tooth. They provide sturdy foundations since they are directly connected to your jawbone like your real teeth. They can even hold your existing dentures or dental bridges in place. It is one of the best options available for dental restoration in Melbourne.

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Proper Care of Dental Implants

Caring for your dental implants is as important as when you care for your natural teeth. Proper brushing and flossing around the teeth at least once or twice daily is enough to help maintain your dental implants. Lifestyle changes such as avoidance of hard food and smoking should be made by the patient to maintain your implants. Regular visits to your dentist for oral cleaning and checking of the implant’s integrity can also help in keeping your dental implants last longer. Let Dental Implants in Melbourne tell you more!

Parts of a Dental Implant

Connector / Abutment

This is what connects the artificial tooth from the root. It is screwed to the implant after the gums have healed. This is used to support the crown.

Root / Implant

This is the screw-like material that is surgically attached to the jawbone that acts as a root or post for the artificial tooth. The top end of the implant may be hidden or visible on top of the gums depending on the type of implant procedure to be performed. Dental implants are made of titanium, a biocompatible material that is less toxic and long-lasting.


This is the artificial tooth that is made to look like your own natural teeth of the same size, shape, and color.

Advantages of Dental Implants

Sturdy Foundation

Dental implants are anchored to your jawbone where your real tooth is attached, making it an ideal foundation for your artificial tooth. They do not depend on neighboring teeth for support. It may even be used to support other dental appliances like dentures and dental bridges.

Look and Feel of Real Tooth
Dental implants are designed to fit the rest of your teeth in terms of shape, size, and color. It also helps retain the full mouth structure and prevents you facial muscles to droop.
Reduce Bone Loss
When you lose a tooth, the part of the jawbone where it is attached begins to recede. Studies show that dental implants help prevent such bone loss and could actually stimulate bone growth when it merges with the implant.
Low Cost

Since dental implants require low maintenance and are built to last longer than any other dental restoration options, the cost for maintenance, repair, and countless dental appointments in our Melbourne clinic will not be a problem.

Step-by-Step Dental Implant Procedure

Preliminary evaluation

During your initial consultation, an extensive preliminary examination will be conducted to assess the bone quality and the surrounding structures of the oral cavity like the nerves and gums. This information will be used to determine the best suitable approach for the implant procedure.

Implant Placement

A minor surgery will be performed to insert the root into your jawbone. Once the gums are healed, another surgery will be performed to attach the connector to the end of the implant. This will then hold the crown in place. Sometimes, a temporary crown will first be utilized while your gums are fully healing.

Final Evaluation

Once the gums are fully healed, a permanent crown that is compatible with the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth will be positioned to fit the connector and replace the temporary crown. Routine dental check-ups in our Melbourne clinic may then be advised so the integrity of the implant may be monitored.

About Us

We are the dream team of dental health professionals who are committed to delivering the best dental care to our patients in Melbourne. All our dentists and oral health therapists are equipped with the best knowledge and skills needed in the dental field and are continuously training and learning about dental advancements in order to fully provide quality dental care to our clients. Here at Dental Implants in Melbourne, you are not just a patient but are considered to be a family member in need of genuine care and professional advice.

Our practice employs the latest technology and modern facilities that can cater to all dental problems from all over Melbourne. Years of professional expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, modern approaches in the field of dentistry, and the genuine concern of the dental team are just some of the reasons why our practice is the best in Melbourne.

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Digital dental implants

What are digital dental implants?
With the latest advancements in the field of dentistry, we are now introduced to another effective dental restoration procedure, the use of digital dental implants.

Digital dental implant surgery uses state-of-the-art scanners before and during the dental implant procedure. This will record high-precision dental and soft tissue images during consultation. Images obtained will help in building a 3D model of your whole mouth structures. Guided surgery with intraoral scanners then allows prosthodontists to perform the procedure accurately and safely.

How does it work?

The dentist we have in Melbourne collects comprehensive images and scans of your oral cavity and prepares a 3D image of your teeth and its surrounding structures. He then creates a surgical treatment plan suitable for you by testing several treatment approaches using the 3D model. This is done by performing mock surgeries to work out all the treatment procedures and optimize the treatment process. Once an ideal and effective plan is determined, a surgical procedure to carry out such a plan will be done with the aid of a 3D surgical guide to ensure safety, accuracy, and speed. After the implant has been placed, abutments and crowns are then attached right away unlike in the traditional approach where you would have to wait a few weeks or months to allow the gums to heal.

Contact Dental Implants in Melbourne to find out more about this dental restoration procedure.

All about Digital Dental Implant Surgery

Is it Safe?
Since digital dental implant procedure uses a 3D model of your teeth and its surrounding structures, Melbourne dentists are now more capable of planning out your treatment to ensure that unnecessary damage will be next to impossible and accuracy in performing the procedure is promised.
Is it expensive?

Digital implant procedures only need a few dental consultations to be completed, so bills on numerous dental appointments will be lessened. Also, minimal to no incision on the gums will be performed, so the cost of medications to relieve pain, swelling, or bleeding will be unnecessary.

However, certain factors like how complicated your dental problem is, the number of dental implants to be placed, and the overall general health and oral health of the patient determine the amount to be paid for any dental implant procedure, be it traditional or digital. You may contact our dental team at Dental Implants in Melbourne to know more and to discuss treatment plans and payment options.

Is it better?
When you opt to undergo the digital dental implant procedure at Dental Implants Melbourne, you still get all the benefits traditional dental implants offer — natural-looking artificial teeth that function like your real teeth, no special dental care needed, and dental implants that can last 30 or more years if well-maintained and cared for. Also, traditional and digital dental implants are made of the same materials.  With that being said, digital implant surgery just makes the dental restoration procedure more accurate, faster, safer, less painful, and yes, better.

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