Losing a tooth can be a devastating process, as it can impact on your ability to smile, speak and eat properly. Fortunately, there are high quality dental treatments available to replace your missing teeth and prevent further damage or teeth loss.
Dental treatments for teeth loss have a bad reputation for being complex, but when you’ve got the Whitehorse Dental team behind you to handle the whole process, you can return your natural smile, seamlessly and comfortably.
We’ll take the time to chat to you through your options, treatment plan, preventative care and discuss any other concerns you may have. This is the type of treatment that we would want for our own friends and family!
Would you benefit from Dental Implants?
Dental implants are one of the best ways to replace a missing tooth. You may be suitable for dental implants if you have:
- One or more missing teeth
- Teeth that are too damaged to be treated
- Healthy gums
- Good overall health (no major health conditions)
Having good gum health is crucial to the success of dental implants. They are like the foundation of a solid house. You can’t build a house on a foundation of soft sand! If you’re unsure on the current health of your gums, don’t worry. As part of the preparation before implant treatment, our team will check the health of your gums and provide the treatment necessary to get your gums healthy first. It matters to us that your dental implants last a long time and the best way to do that is by setting a healthy foundation first.
What are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into the jawbone. Once the jawbone heals around the implant, a customised crown can be attached to the top. This replaces the entire missing tooth without impacting on the surrounding teeth, and it looks, functions and feels just like a natural tooth. We use only the best dental implant brands to ensure that you have peace of mind knowing your investment will last for decades.
Rebuild your smile today
Book in your appointment with our experienced team to learn more about how dental implants can help rebuild a functional and beautiful smile.