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Dental Implants - Perth

With recent technology, the process of getting a dental implant in Perth is not always invasive or complicated. If you have missing or damaged teeth or would rather not to wear dentures, dental implants are the most sought after solution. My Emergency Dentist can help you to regain your confidence to smile again!
Essentially, dental implants provide a foundation to attach replacement teeth, or to secure long-lasting artificial teeth. When the root or nerve of a tooth is damaged, an implant is an ideal fixed solution. After a consult and x-rays with your implant dentist and an assessment, they will determine if you are a suitable candidate for a dental implant. If the dentist believes an implant is suitable, the patient can move forward with the procedure. A dental implant is a surgical procedure and a titanium post is placed directly to your jawbone. Recovery time for this surgery varies and depends on single or multiple implants.
For just one tooth, a single dental implant is inserted into the jawbone. The tooth is then restored with a dental crown and matched to your existing teeth.
Multiple dental implants are sometimes used to secure a dentures or bridge and creates a more comfortable replacement for missing teeth.
Private health insurance may cover a portion of the surgery depending on whether the surgery is cosmetic or restorative – an optional procedure may not be covered by your health insurance. When you meet with your My Emergency Dentist, they will go over the costs involved. The price will depend on the material used, the number of implants and other specific treatments you may require in addition to dental implants.
The main benefit is that the implant is a long-lasting fixed tooth replacement that can improve the appearance of your smile. They offer,
It’s also easier to eat with dental implants as dentures can slip, making chewing difficult. Dental implants are durable and last for many years. They are convenient and generally significantly more comfortable, especially when compared to dentures and dental bridges.
It’s also easier to eat with dental implants as dentures can slip, making chewing difficult. Dental implants are durable and last for many years. They are convenient and generally significantly more comfortable, especially when compared to dentures and dental bridges.
Are you a candidate for dental implants? Your dentist will consider the following,
If you meet these conditions, then your My Emergency Dentist may agree to move forward with the procedure.
Your My Emergency Dentist will need decide on the most appropriate treatment plan based on your specific condition, but the overall success rate of an implant is about 98% or higher.
You may experience moderate discomfort immediately following the surgery due to soreness around the site of the surgery. Often, dentists will recommend that you take over-the-counter pain medications to reduce any minor discomfort or aches.
You must follow proper oral hygiene habits, including proper brushing and flossing techniques, to look after your gums, implants and mouth. Your My Emergency Dentist will also recommend that you use specific oral hygiene cleaning products, including antibacterial mouthwash to help prevent infection.
Each implant can only hold one crown and two implants are required to secure a partial bridge or a full dental bridge. To secure an upper or lower denture, four to six implants are used.
Although dental implant procedures are common procedures for experienced implant dentists, there is always a potential for certain risks or side effects, including infection, nerve damage, or sinus problems. Infection can occur if bacteria enter the site of the surgery, and nerve damage resulting from surgery may require further work to repair.
Some people can keep their implants for a lifetime, but generally they will last between 5 and 15 years, depending on your oral hygiene routine.
An anaesthesia is used during the procedure and patients generally will not experience significant pain. As the anaesthesia begins to wear off, you may experience minor discomfort. As mentioned, over-the-counter pain relievers can help treat these minor aches.
There may be minor bleeding near the surgery site, and the stitches should dissolve within a week. Any swelling should go away within one to two days and a cold compress can be used to help treat the swelling.
Dental implants are sometimes used to support dentures and are secured in place – most denture wearers prefer the stability that this provides.
You can get removable dental implants, commonly referred to as “implant supported dentures”, and your My Emergency Dentist can explain the advantages and disadvantages of both options. You should carefully consider which option provides you with the best outcome and discuss for the best result.

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