Dental implants in Melbourne – treatment variations

When you have a consultation with High Dental Implants Melbourne, you will end up with a plan that is tailored to your individual needs. We pride ourselves on providing a service that is flexible and supportive for many different types of people. We have an open communication policy which means that we give you any information that you need to feel comfortable. You can also talk to us about anything that comes to mind regarding your treatment. This helps us to make it unique to you.

Why isn’t every treatment the same?

Put simply, every treatment isn’t the same because every person isn’t the same. The longer answer is that there is variation within the conditions in the mouth that dictate the course of treatment with dental implants in Melbourne.

Possible variations

The treatment options are numerous. However, a few of the more common variations are as follows:

  • The number of implants – you might think that it’s simply a case of 1 missing tooth = 1 implant. However, you can get multiple prosthetic teeth mounted on a bridge or denture. This is then supported by a smaller number of implants than there are replacement teeth;

  • Placement of dental implants – whether you are having a single tooth or multiple teeth mounted on dental implants in Melbourne, they need to be precisely placed. The placement is dictated by the thickness of the jawbone in various areas of the mouth. We need to place your dental implants in the areas where the material is strongest;

  • Healing time – we all heal at different rates. The healing period after dental implants in Melbourne is vital to the success of your new smile. We monitor you during this period to ensure that everything is going according to plan;

  • Preparatory work – it’s possible that you might need some work to lay the foundations for dental implants. We can talk you through the different possibilities when you visit us.

At High Dental Implants Melbourne, we let you know the details of your treatment as soon as they become clear. When you decide to go ahead, we want you to know what will happen, so you are making informed choices about your treatment.

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.