Restore & Preserve Your Smile With Multiple Dental Implants
Dental implant procedure is the best way to replace missing teeth and anchor dentures permanently into the jaw. Dental implants are artificial roots, which are surgically placed into the jawbone to replace the roots of missing teeth.
They act and feel just like natural teeth, and can last a lifetime. The main advantage of multiple dental implants is that they can replace all of the teeth in one area of the mouth. It can also be used to replace missing teeth in both arches of the mouth. This will result in a full and more natural-looking smile. The implantation procedure is typically quicker than traditional dentures.
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How Much Are Multiple Dental Implants?
Cost is a big consideration when you decide to get multiple dental implants. The cost of multiple dental implants in Australia will vary, not only from one clinic to another but also between the various dental implants that are available.
According to the ADA Dental Survey Conducted on October 2018:
|Item No.||Dental Service||Average Cost in WA|
|012||Oral Exam – Periodic|
$56 – $80
Implant Abutment – Per Abutment
$900 – $1400
Full Crown to Implant – Veneered
$1756 – $2500
$2712 – $3980
This example is a guide only. Your personal situation should be discussed with your dentist.
Frequently Asked Questions About Multiple Dental Implants
Is Dental Implants Treatment Painful?
Multiple dental implants procedure is not painful. The dental implants treatment is a surgical procedure which involves placing a titanium screw into the jawbone. This will act as a support for the artificial tooth. The surgery takes around an hour but this will depend on the complexity of the case. After the process the patient will have to wait until the healing is complete, which could take anything between 3 to 6 months.
What Is The Downside Of Dental Implants?
Recently, excitement over having multiple dental implants—instead of a bridge or partial denture—has grown. Byford Smiles has noticed many of our dental implant patients asking about a few potential downsides of dental implants. The first potential downside of dental implants is the initial cost. A single dental implant can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000. But, having a single dental implant can last a lifetime if you take proper care of it during that lifetime. The second potential downside of dental implants is that if you do not have a sufficient number of teeth, it can be difficult to attach the dental implant to a tooth. A significant number of your natural teeth are usually required to have enough bone to anchor
Why We Are Byford's Preferred Dentist
At Byford Smiles, the art and science of practical dentistry come together to achieve high-quality, long-lasting results. Our philosophy is simple. We strive for excellence. We aim to provide the highest quality dental care in a positive environment and by doing so, make a lasting difference to our patients’ confidence and quality of life.
Byford Smiles has built an outstanding reputation as Byford’s premium specialist dental clinic conveniently located at Byford Marketplace. Byford Smiles houses a team of leading dentists and an amazing support staff.
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