All-on-4 Implants in South Perth
Looking for a new way to replace your missing teeth? Check out All-on-4 implants by South Perth Dental Surgery. We’re proud to offer this innovative implant treatment and provide you with a satisfying dental experience.
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Many people lose their teeth for a wide variety of reasons. It is a common problem that affects their appearance and causes several health problems. With the use of four implants to support a set of artificial teeth, All-on-4 dental implants are a revolutionary treatment option.
South Perth Dental Surgery offers All-on-4 implants to restore your health and smile. With cutting-edge technology and an experienced team of dentists, we will work hard to meet your oral health needs and goals. Schedule an appointment with us today!
Benefits of All-on-4 Implants
All-on-4 dental implants offer many advantages over other tooth replacement options, including:
All-on-4 implants feel and function like your natural teeth. They are anchored to your jaw bone, and don’t move around in your mouth, causing irritation.
Compared to other options, All-on-4 implants are very stable. This allows you to chew more efficiently and talk without worrying about them slipping.
Implants are the only dental treatment option that stimulates the jaw bone. By doing this, they preserve your facial structure and help you keep a youthful appearance.
All-on-four dental implants are easier to keep clean than dentures, making you less likely to develop infections and diseases. With implants, complications from tooth loss are greatly reduced.
WHY CHOOSE US
South Perth Dental Surgery
Family Dental Clinic for over 30 Years with a Highly Experienced Dentist, Hygienist, and Support Staff.
With years of experience managing different patients of all ages, our skilled team values forming trusting relationships with our patients. They have a wealth of knowledge and skill to provide you with high-quality service.
Every member of our team is dedicated to making you feel relaxed, comfortable, and well cared for during your visits. So, you can feel confident that you’re in good hands.
Using the Latest Technology in Providing Dental Hygiene Services with Airflow.
Everyone deserves to achieve optimal oral health. Our clinic uses the latest technology to provide our patients with outstanding dental care. This includes Airflow, a pain-free way of removing plaque and stains from teeth.
It uses a pressurised stream of water and powder to clean your teeth quickly, gently, and effectively. This state-of-the-art equipment gives you a positive and stress-free dental experience.
Invisalign and Other Clear Aligners Systems
We understand the importance of having a healthy and glamorous smile. At our clinic, we are proud to offer Invisalign and other clear aligner systems. This alternative allows you to straighten your teeth without needing metal brackets or wires.
They are virtually invisible, so nobody knows you are wearing them! Plus, you can remove them conveniently- for eating, drinking, or brushing your teeth.
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Frequently Asked Questions
About All-on-4 Implants
If you meet the following criteria, you may be a candidate for all-on-4 implants:
- You have lost most or all of your teeth in one or both arches.
- You have enough bone in your jaw to support the implants.
- You are looking for an alternative to dentures.
- You do not have any medical conditions that could impede healing.
- You are not a smoker.
- You have good oral hygiene.
To be certain, consult with a qualified health practitioner. They will be able to assess your case and suggest the most suitable treatment option.
Generally, the procedure should not be painful. Local anaesthesia is used to numb the treatment area, and you should only feel pressure during the implant surgery. However, each patient’s pain tolerance differs, so some may feel discomfort.
It is normal to experience some bleeding, soreness, and swelling days after surgery. This can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication. Remember to follow aftercare and oral hygiene instructions for a smooth recovery.
Here is the step-by-step process of All-on-4 implants:
The dentist will first perform a patient assessment and an oral examination. They will ask you questions about your medical and dental history. They may also take some X-rays, images or moulds of your mouth. If you are a suitable candidate, the next step is to prepare for oral surgery.
- Implant placement.
You will receive a local anaesthetic during the surgical procedure to numb the treatment area. The dentist will make incisions in your gum tissue and place the implants into your jawbone. Once the implants are in place, the incisions will be closed with stitches.
- Healing and osseointegration.
After the surgery, you will need to rest and allow the implants to heal and integrate with your jawbone. This process is called osseointegration and can take several months.
- Final restoration.
Once the implants have successfully integrated with your jawbone, you will need to return to the dentist for the final restoration. This involves placing a dental prosthesis (false teeth) on the implants.
No, All-on-4 implants are not removable. Unlike dentures, they are secured in place and cannot be taken out for eating, cleaning, or sleeping. Because of this, you can clean them just like you would natural teeth.
As mentioned, you can brush and floss your All-on-4 implants just like you would natural teeth. This means brushing twice daily with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste and flossing once daily. In addition to at-home care, you should visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups.
It will depend on your specific health fund and level of cover. With the wide variety of health fund cover plans available, it can be tricky to know exactly what is covered and how much of the cost you will have to shoulder yourself.
At South Perth Dental Surgery, we can help clear up any confusion and assist you in making the most of your level of cover. You may contact us at your convenience to learn about your dental implant cover eligibility.