Dental Implant Cost

Dental implant cost varies from individual case sa some might need bone grafting or gum grafting or multistage treatment plan. Please come in for a consultation to obtain an dental implant cost.

Dental Implant is a small titanium fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. The implant is placed in the upper or lower jaw. It will bond with the bone over time and thus serve as an anchor for the replacement tooth.

To obtain a specific dental implant cost estimate, it is necessary to have our dentist examine your mouth. After a thorough diagnostic examination, our dentist will recommend the treatment that is best for you.

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DENTAL IMPLANTS

A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that is placed in the upper or lower jaw, and can replace single or multiple teeth.

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The fee depends on several factors, including the number of teeth being replaced and the number of implants required.

At Pain Free Dentist Sydney, our dental implants are made in USA and are the top tiered brand for implant parts. We work in sterile environment, high infection control standards and follow ups on all our patients. Our laboratory work is done in an Australian Lab, and all components and fabrication are made here. 

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Guided Dental Implant

Guided Dental Implant is a complete treatment concept for diagnostics, prosthetic-driven planning and guided implant surgery for all indications - from a sing|e missing tooth to a fully edentulous jaw.  At Pain Free Dentist, our dentists use state of the art software to ensure safe and predictable treatment. With this software surgery, implant surgery is minimal and healing is predictable.

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Guided Dental Implant offers clinicians a comprehensive 3D system for accurate and predictable implant treatment, giving top results for the client.

GREAT VALUE

Guided Dental Implant solutions are user-friendly and uniquely compatible with the brands and equipment that clinicians already use.

BEST RESULTS

Guided Dental Implant provides the clinician with accurate and predictable surgery options, enabling them to accurately assess the patient.

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Bone Grafts for Dental Implants

The success of a dental implant, it's ability to support a dental restoration, is very much dependent upon how much bone is available in the site where the implant is placed. There are lots of things that affect the bone volume including things like periodontal disease, trauma and infections and it is not unusual to open up a site in the mouth for implant placement and find out that some of the critical supporting bone is missing. No problem,we have techniques available to us to replace missing height and width of bone. We can fill in anatomical voids in bone thereby creating new bone and we can fill in all sorts of defects that develop when teeth are lost. There are bone grafting techniques to prevent the loss of bone in circumstances where bone would normally be lost like the extraction of a tooth. 

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Replacing missing bone or adding to existing bone is very often essential to the success of a dental implant and the ensuing restoration. The techniques to do this are well documented and should be used when indicated by any dentist who places dental implants. When additional bone is required, your dentist will advice before starting the placement of a dental implant and we will walk you through the whole process.. 

 

Types of Bone Grafts in Dentistry

There are many ways in which bone grafting for Dental Implants can be done. Very often, we can use "bone in a bottle" to do bone grafting for dental implants. This bone is prepared and used to get your own bone to grow into the repair site. It is very effective and very safe. Sometimes synthetic materials can be used to stimulate bone formation and sometimes we even use factors from your own blood to accelerate and promote bone formation in graft areas.

Sometimes it is as simple as collecting bone when preparing an implant site and then reusing the bone for grafting purposes. Whenever we can use your own bone for repairs or additions, we will get the best results. In extreme cases, bone can be harvested from areas outside the mouth. The most common area is the jaw. Very often, bone grafting for Dental Implants is done in combination with what dentistry refers to as a "Barrier Membrane Technique".

Membranes made out of materials are placed over bone graft sites to keep out the types of soft tissue cells we do not want and promote the growth and migration of cells which will turn into normal, healthy bone. These membranes are very successful and are used quite a bit these days to promote sound bone formation. The membranes are usually removed at a later date, but sometimes they can be reabsorbed by the body and disappear all on their own. In addition, it is not uncommon to use "screws" and "tacks" to secure membranes and bone grafts at an implant site. Sometimes these pieces will also have to be removed at a later date, but rest assured that all of these components and grafting materials are safe and effective and their use has gone a long way in increasing the success rates of dental implants. 

 

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Bone Graft for Sinus Lift

Sometimes the sinus are enlarged and intrude on areas where we want to place dental implants. We cannot place a dental implant into the sinus because we would just be placing it into an air cavity and nothing would hold it into place (although, very often, implants that are placed securely into solid bone will protrude a small way into the sinus) so when we encounter this problem, we place bone or bone growth stimulating material into the sinus.

This Sinus lift procedure really only affects the maxillary sinuses which are located just over the molar teeth in the upper jaw. There are no sinuses in the lower jaw. When the maxillary sinus prevents the placement of an implant, we merely open up the side of the sinus and raise the bottom portion of the sinus so it will fill in with bone. We can then go back several months later and place our dental implants in solid bone.

Sometimes, there is enough bone to place the implants at the same time that you raise the floor of the sinus. This will save time. There are some more conservative ways to grow bone in the sinus. We just raise the floor of the sinus right over where we are placing an implant. This can be done without actually opening the sinus and healing and implant integration will then proceed as if the sinus was not in the way. Sinus lifts of all types have a high success rate and are commonly used today for promoting dental implant procedures.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a professional opinion for appropriate treatment options to suit individual circumstances.


Single Tooth Options

Missing tooth surrounded by very healthy teeth have unique demands. The challenge is to replace your now missing tooth for both appearance and function, without harming your remaining teeth or gum tissue.

Appearance

Besides good function during chewing, the ideal replacement must look like natural teeth, both to you and to others. The solutions possible with Single Dental Implant supported porcelain crown take advantage of the best appearance possibilities available in dentistry and modern dental technology.

Confidence

The ideal missing tooth replacement must also feel like natural teeth and be easy to keep clean. Knowing your teeth are stable during eating and talking means a lot. Another benefit is that your implant supported tooth will not decay like natural teeth. Our treatments prevent grinding down your remaining natural teeth.

 

SECURITY

Single Dental Implant is the most thoroughly documented implant treatment for dentistry in the world. The long-term safety of this solution is well established and published in recognized scientific journals. We will discuss with you how these treatment results apply to you.

 

Buyers beware of overseas dental implants. Dental implants may be cheaper and some might say faultless. If something does go wrong, dentist in Sydney are not able to provide the components use from dental implants from overseas as they will not use the same implants. Dental implants in Sydney done by dentists here can always have regular checks and maintenance here.

 

1.REPLACE

We replace the tooth root by placing a titanium implant. The implant will remain under the gum for approximately 4-6 months where the osseointegration takes place. 

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2.ATTACH

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implant and attaching an extension. This completes the foundation on which your new tooth will be placed.

3.PLACEMENT

Finally placement. Our techniques ensure size, shape, color and fit of replacement teeth will blend with your face and remaining natural teeth. 

 

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Several Teeth Implant

Having dental implants replacing your teeth will give you new, unparalleled strength and stability that allows you to eat what you want. It will also preserve your jawbone and facial appearance.

Restoring naturally beautiful, confident smiles means more than just restoring teeth, it means restoring and improving your quality of life. With dental implants, chewing and speech are restored or improved, and a permanent natural appearance is achieved. Whether you are missing few or all of your teeth, dental implants allow you to enjoy your favorite foods and have the confidence you desire for an active professional and social life.

Naturally, there are many benefits of multiple teeth replacement with dental implants. The benefits of implant treatment include improved appearance and self-esteem as well the enhanced ability to chew and enjoy your food, and often protection of your remaining teeth and jawbone. 

1.REPLACE

We replace the tooth root by placing a titanium implant. The implant will remain under the gum for approximately 4-6 months where the osseointegration takes place. 

2.ATTACH

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implant and attaching an extension. This completes the foundation on which your new tooth will be placed.

3.PLACEMENT

Finally placement. Our techniques ensure size, shape, color and fit of replacement teeth will blend with your face and remaining natural teeth.

Alternative Option - Removable partial denture

This alternative is often perceived as uncomfortable and a bit complicated to use. Function can't be compared to that of a bridge. This denture is made of plastic and metal, which affects its look. It is quite expensive to fabricate due to its many parts. However, the installation process is simple, and natural teeth are spared.

 

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Full mouth Dental Implants

Before dental implants, there were no permanent solution available for people who lost all their teeth. Today, it is possible to replace a full jaw with dental implants and a fixed bridge that results in a permanent, stable and high aesthetic solution.

• Lets you eat and function like having natural teeth

• A solid, stable solution that will serve you for life

• Preserves your facial appearance and prevents bone loss

Benefits of a fixed porcelain bridge on implants, when all teeth are missing or in such condition that they need to be replaced, a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants is your best permanent solution. The treatment procedure and number of visits is largely dependent on the specific conditions. With some modern aesthetic dentistry treatments the entire treatment can take only 3-4 patient visits. Using a conventional treatment approach, the treatment can take 8-10 visits. Most clients report that they were much more comfortable following the procedure than they had anticipated.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a professional opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Install

The first step is installing dental implants to replace the lost tooth roots. In this case, five implants are used. Temporary teeth are attached that enable you to eat and function before the permanent bridge to be installed.

Attach

The final bridge is securely installed on top of the implants. With a full jaw replacement like this, it normally takes 2-3 visits to have the bridge completely attached.

Results

Your new teeth should be hard to tell from natural - both for you and others. People who have had traditional dentures before getting a fixed bridge often describe this as an overwhelming and very positive experience.

 

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All on Four

With the All on 4 procedure you can receive implants and a full set of non-removable replacement teeth in a few days. All on 4 is only suitable for certain cases. Find out if you are suitable for this technique.

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Your new teeth look, feel and function very similar to natural teeth in several days. Since less implants are used in comparison to other methods, it allows for simpler cleaning, while still delivering optimal results. This procedure is for full arch rehabilitation for people who have lost all of their teeth, or are about to lose them.

The All-on-4 process is suitable for almost all lower cases and most upper cases. Ask if you are suitable candidate for this method.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a professional opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

 

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Gum Grafting

In this technique, a very thin layer of skin is taken from the palate, or other sites, in which the tissues are identical to gum tissue. Grafts are taken and shaped from the donor site and transplanted to the recipient site to create new gum tissue; both sites will heal in a very predictable and uneventful manner. The free gingival graft is so-called because it is “freed” from the donor site completely.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a professional opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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Connective tissue grafting is used to cover exposed roots in the treatment of gum recession. It involves delicate and sophisticated microsurgical techniques to prepare both the donor and recipient sites, constituting a true plastic surgical repair. This requires great skill, art and care, together with an understanding of local anatomy and wound healing.

 

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