Dental Implants Cranbourne

Replacing your missing teeth has never been more advanced with dental implants.
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Dental Implants

Optimal solution for your smile

Discover the best option for your missing teeth – dental implants. Whether it’s one tooth, multiple teeth, or a full set, dental implants provide an excellent solution. Our comprehensive services include single implants, multiple implants, fixed full arch bridges, full arch reconstruction, rehabilitation, and smile makeovers.

For more complex cases where bone availability is limited, we offer specialised procedures such as sinus lifts and bone grafting. What sets us apart is our ability to perform all these procedures in-house.

With a collective experience of over 3000 implants placed by our skilled dentists, you can trust that your dental implant needs are in expert hands.

We use special 3D imaging software to measure your bone and to plan implant placement guides so the implant goes directly into the spot we want it to go. With recent advances in computerised implant technology, getting implants is easier than ever before with Keyhole Implant surgery.

Choose the optimal solution for your smile with our advanced dental implant services.

Why Choose Us

  • Experienced Dental Implant Surgeons
  • Single to multiple tooth replacements with Dental Implants
  • Fixed full arch implant bridges & full arch reconstruction done here
  • Bone grafting & Sinus lifting surgical procedures
  • State of the art equipment & keyhole surgery options
  • Various sedation options for certain Dental Implant procedures
  • Multiple payment plan options to help you get your teeth back sooner
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Common Problems

Tooth Decay
Tooth decay, also called dental caries or cavity, is the most prevalent dental problem in the world. Signs include block/brown holes in your teeth, broken teeth, bad taste or smells.
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Gum Infection
Do you have swollen, red, bleeding gums, or bad breath? This might indicate a gum infection which requires prompt treatment.
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Tooth Abscess
A tooth abscess is a painful and potentially dangerous dental condition that arises from a bacterial infection. Signs include pain, swelling, gum pimples, bad breathe or taste.
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Teeth Grinding
Teeth grinding (bruxism), is the involuntary clenching, gnashing, or grinding of the teeth. Signs include tooth wear, sensitivity, jaw pain, and headaches.
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Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Impacted Wisdom teeth are generally described as molars which are coming out at odd angles but seem stuck at the same time. Signs include pain, swelling, infection, and headaches.
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Tooth Ache
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Sensitive Teeth
Sensitive teeth are generally described as sharp, short-acting tooth pain when you drink cold drinks, eat ice cream, or drink hot tea.
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Yellow Teeth
Yellow teeth, or discoloured teeth, is a common tooth problem that is generally cosmetic in nature but may have underlying implications.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Why are implants so expensive?

There are several reasons why implants can be expensive:

  • Material Costs: Surgical-grade titanium, which is often used in implants, can be expensive. Additionally, other materials and components used in the implant may also contribute to the overall cost.
  • Manufacturing and Quality Control: Implants need to meet strict quality standards and undergo rigorous testing to ensure they are safe and effective. The manufacturing process and quality control measures add to the cost.
  • Research and Development: Developing new implant technologies and improving existing ones requires significant investment in research and development. These costs are often factored into the price of the implants.
  • Surgical Expertise: Implant surgeries require highly skilled Dental Professionals and specialised medical equipment.
  • Lack of Medicare Rebates: Unfortunately there is no Medicare coverage for Dental Implants, meaning patients have to bear the full cost themselves.
  • Insurance Coverage: While private health insurance may cover part of the cost for some individuals, the extent of coverage can vary depending on the insurance policy.

Dental implants are a great option for a single or multiple missing teeth. Nothing will ever be as good as your own natural tooth but implants are the closest thing to it!

Suitability depends on a few factors:

  • Medical history – there are some medications and medical conditions that can affect suitability, including some osteoporosis medications, cancer medications and immunosuppressant medications.
  • Smoking history – Smoking adversely affects the success rate of implants by affecting healing and bone turnover in the area, this is assessed on an individual basis
  • The bone type and quality – There needs to be good quality and volume of bone in order to place implants. If not, there may be a need for bone grafting prior to getting implants
  • Bite – The way the teeth bite together needs to be assessed. Unfavourable bites may also affect the implant success rate.
Entrust us with your dental care.
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