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Dental Implants

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Dental Implant Treatment

If you’ve lost one tooth or a number of teeth in different areas in your mouth implant crowns will help restore your smile. An implant crown comprises of a titanium post which is inserted into the bone where the tooth is missing, and a crown which is then attached to it. Your dentist will first fit a temporary crown and once the post has successfully fused with your jawbone it will be removed and a permanent crown attached in its place. The great thing about implant crowns is that they are custom-made to match your other teeth meaning that it can be difficult to tell which your real teeth are and which are implants.

Do you have concerns about the condition of your teeth and feel that one of the above restorative dentistry techniques could help you? If you think you might need a bridge, filling or dental implant, visit our dental practice in Mount Waverley and let us help determine your best course of treatment.

All On 4 To 6 Implant Rehabilitation is an advanced dental treatment, suitable for people with multiple missing teeth. Unlike removable dentures, All On 4 To 6 implants are a permanent solution for a healthier and better-looking smile.

Traditionally, replacing a full arch of teeth involves multiple dental implants, bone grafting, and a healing period. All On 4 To 6 Implant Rehabilitation involves replacing missing teeth immediately by placing a whole new set of teeth using four titanium implants. These strong and durable implants support a fixed dental prosthesis with 10 to 14 teeth.

  • Permanently fixed
  • Looks, feels and functions just like real teeth
  • Easy to care for
  • Allows you to continue eating all your favourite foods
  • Immediately replaces missing teeth
  • No bone grafting is needed, so quick recovery
  • More comfortable and predictable procedure than multiple implants
  • Helps regain youthfulness (as missing teeth can often cause facial muscle to sag)

Book an appointment with our trusted team to find out if you’re suitable for All On 4 To 6 Implant Rehabilitation. Call us on (03) 9886 5318 or contact us online.

What is the procedure for dental implants at Dentist@330?

1. Initial Consultation

During your first consultation with a trusted dentist, we will examine your teeth and provide you with an estimate of the fees involved.

2. CT Scan

A CT scan is necessary for accurate and safe placement of the implant with as few complications as possible.

3. Surgery

You may require bone grafting, depending on the case. During surgery, holes will be drilled into the bone where the dental implant will be placed.

4. Placing the dental implant

The dental implant will be inserted and will require a period of healing time while the implants infuse to the jawbone.

5. Digital Scan

A follow-up digital scan is required before the treatment is complete.

6. Placing the dental crown

Once healed, we will place a dental crown to replace missing teeth and restore your smile.


Dental Implants in Mount Waverley costs vary depending on factors such as the number of implants required, whether the treatment is All-On-4 dental implants, the complexity of the surgery and the if applicable, the patient’s private health insurance coverage.

The typical cost of dental implants in Australia ranges from about $3,000 – $5,500 per tooth. For queries regarding the cost of dental implants in Mount Waverley, contact us today.

Dental implants are extremely durable, and made from titanium metal. With the right care and maintenance, they can be a permanent solution that lasts a lifetime.

Getting tooth implants takes a bit of time as it involves a series of appointments and small surgeries over a number of months. A patient needs to fully heal from the implant surgery before the dentist can continue to the next phase and fit a crown, bridge or dental restoration over the implant.

Dental Implants costs may be covered by your private health insurance however this will depend on your policy. To confirm this information, you will need to read your policy inclusions or contact your health fund.

From consultation to completion, it can take dental implants about six to eight months to fully heal. This is up to the point where they look, feel and function the same as natural teeth.

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