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FREE Implant Consultation (Normally $95)
If you’ve been thinking about getting a tooth implant, we offer you a free initial consultation with Dr Kander to discuss your individual treatment needs. At this appointment you will also receive free information brochures.
After you have finished your free consultation, your next step is a detailed examination, x-rays and your individualised treatment plan outlining all your dental implant options.
Which Problems Can Implants Solve?
Any missing tooth can have a negative impact on your quality of life, as well as dental and oral health. When we chew, a healthy tooth strengthens the quality of the bone; similar to how exercise protects against bone loss.
Furthermore, when a tooth is missing, healthy teeth tend to shift position towards the gap due to bone loss, affecting how our upper and lower teeth meet.
This may affect how we place pressure on the teeth when chewing, and have an impact on surrounding muscles and joints, resulting in pain and various other symptoms such as headaches or migraines.
Hence, each tooth plays an important role in ensuring that teeth in front of and behind it stay in alignment, and maintaining the health of the jaw bone.
Modern dental technology can restore your quality of life with teeth that are strong and that look and feel natural.
What if Your Tooth is Missing?
If you are missing one tooth including the root, dental implants can be the best solution. Basically, a dental implant is surgically placed to replace the missing root and a ceramic dental crown is attached to the implant.
The process is simple and we have helped thousands of people with missing teeth by giving them a perfect smile using a dental implants.
Prior to commencement fo surgery, careful and detailed planning is required to identify vital structures such as the nerve or the sinus as well as the the shape and dimensions of the bone to properly orient the implants for the most predictable outcome. In most cases a 3Dcone beam scan will also be used.
The initail part of the treatment involves the placement of the implant into the bone.
After a variable amount of time to allow the bone to grow on to the surface of the implant (osseointegration), a crown or crowns can be placed on to the implant.