How does the dentist approach dental implants in Melbourne?

People approach getting dental treatment in different ways. Some want to know very little about what will happen. Some want to see equipment while others can’t think of anything worse. When you have dental implants in Melbourne with High Dental Implants Melbourne, we can give you as much or as little detail about your treatment as you want.

Understanding a treatment like this from different perspectives can help to give you insights that will make you feel relaxed and familiar with what will happen. As with any medical procedure, the calmer you are, the better state the body is in to deal with the physical aspects and the healing process afterwards.

The implant dentist you work with will go through a process similar to the one described below. Knowing more about this shows you just how much precision work and care goes on behind the scenes to make sure you have a smooth and successful treatment.


When you decide to get dental implants in Melbourne, this is always the first step. Your implant dentist builds a picture based on your needs, the conditions in your mouth and your health and lifestyle circumstances. They will use this as the basis of your treatment plan. The more information they have, the better they will be able to adapt your treatment to fit you perfectly. This is a good time to be open and honest about where you are and what you want.


Your implant dentist will use all the resources that they gather during a consultation to plan your treatment. They have many years’ worth of training to ensure that they consider all the different aspects of treatment and how other areas of the mouth will be affected. They may need to add some preparatory work to your plan if you need any extractions or extra support added to your jawbone.


The actual fitting process is relatively brief when you think about how impactful dental implants in Melbourne are for people. Within a few hours, you can be on your way to replacement teeth. During treatment you will have a local anaesthetic, so you are comfortable. This is one of the primary concerns for your implant dentist.

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