Our Brisbane Implant Dentists provide:Dental Implants
Single Tooth Implants
Multiple Teeth Implants
Dental Implants are the fixture (screw) used to hold a tooth in place
Dental Implants are today's best treatment to replace missing teeth in most instances
Dental Implant Care helps to recreate healthy, functional and beautiful teeth and gums! Dental Implant Treamtents are suitable for most individuals and can offer treatments from replacing single teeth to multiple teeth to all teeth and can even serve to stabilise dentures. Dental Implant Treatments are a fantastic tooth-like treatment that have become very popular in the last 20 years.
The First Step!
The First Step to having Dental Implant Treatments is a Dental Implant Consultation. During your Dental Implant Consultation our Dentists will assess you suitability and discuss your concerns. Different Treatment options will be discussed on their merits to suit your case. Following your Consultation a Dental Implant Plan will be created.
The Dental Implant Plan!
Critical to long-lasting Dental Implant Treatment is a Dental Implant Plan based on basic scientific, biologic, functional and cosmetic principles. Your Dental Implant Plan will detail other areas of concern with your other existing teeth. Your Plan will make recommendations and detail different Dental implant Treatment Options including Time Frames, Costs, Risks and Concerns.
Dental Implant Treatments
When replacing teeth, our theory of Planning is discussed here: Planned Tooth Replacement Therapy.
Dental Implants allow for single tooth replacements, few teeth replacements, many teeth replacements, all tooth replacements or even stabilisation of your loose dentures. Read more
Our Dental Implant Team
Our Dental Implant Team consists of surgically and prosthetically trained Dentists, Dental Technicians, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants. Read more
Dental Implant Costs
Details aout Dental Implant Costs and Tooth Implant Costs are discussed here. Read more
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.