The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery Bowral, offers best-in-class tooth replacement.
Dental implants are the most lifelike and reliable tooth replacement option available in Australia.
The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery offers teeth implants as a best-in-class tooth replacement solution with highly realistic, biocompatible, and functional results.
Dental implants closely mimic real teeth in look and feel. Implant teeth have two parts: a biocompatible titanium ‘tooth root’ that is placed into the bone and a ‘tooth crown’ that is screwed into the top of the titanium tooth root.
Whether you’re missing one or more teeth due to an injury or periodontitis, or have old failing dental work or congenitally missing teeth, a tooth implant can help ease pain and discomfort, and will give you the confidence boost you deserve.
Dental implants can be used to replace just one—or all—missing teeth.
We are here to help you decide if dental implants are the right choice for you.
Discuss your goals and review your tooth replacement options with Dr Arora. Begin your dental implant procedure with 3D bone x-rays and tooth impressions. Dr Arora uses digital implant software to plan exactly where your titanium tooth root/s will be placed.
In a separate appointment, Dr Arora places your titanium tooth roots with ‘healing abutments’ to help assist with healing and bone growth over the next 3 months. If the dental implant is for a front tooth, a temporary tooth will be placed on top of the tooth root.
Get the final, fabulous result in 3 month’s time, when your final teeth are placed on top of your fully-healed tooth implants.
The price of dental implants in Australia is influenced by the number of teeth to be replaced, and whether or not you require additional treatments.
At The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery, we use local anaesthetic for all of our teeth implants. Patients generally feel no pain during the surgery and, if the area is slightly tender after the dental implants procedure, an over-the-counter pain killer is usually all that is required.
When maintained properly (regular 6-monthly check-up appointments, and brushing and flossing at home) your new implant tooth should last a lifetime.
There are very few cases in which we can’t use a dental implant.
For example, if you’ve been missing teeth for a while, you may have suffered bone loss. The 3D x-ray will reveal if the loss has been too significant for teeth implants. The good news is that technology has improved so much over the last few years, so even if you’ve been told by another dentist that a dental implant wasn’t possible, please come in for a consultation and a second opinion.