What can High Dental Implants Melbourne do for me?
We understand here at High Dental Implants Melbourne that it can be a very distressing time in your life should you lose a tooth through an injury or because of illness or decay. You may feel like no longer wanting to smile as you are embarrassed or concerned about what people will think of you.
A smile is more than a way of greeting or expressing an emotion.
It says who you are. It says more than a thousand words can and even if you fake a smile, research has proven that you feel better for it, so we need you to keep smiling, no matter what. We love our job of restoring smiles. What better gift can we give the world that allowing people to smile their beautiful smile again without hesitation or fear.
In order to do that, if you’ve lost a tooth, we can simply make you a new one. High Dental Implants Melbourne have all of the latest technology available to make a dental implant procedure as quick and hassle free as possible. We are able to limit the chances of rejection through digitally pinpointing the precise location of the implant and we take all appropriate measures to ensure you are as comfortable as you can be.
These tooth implants go beyond just reinstating a tooth. They are fully functional and indistinguishable from your original teeth. They even have the additional benefit of maintaining bone density in your jaw, something that unfortunately dentures cannot do. This means that premature ageing, due to that sunken cheek appearance that is common with people who have lost several of their teeth, can be avoided as can the eventual instability of tooth roots due to a receding jawbone.
There is plenty more at stake than just a smile after losing a tooth. The quicker that a person acts after they have lost a tooth in replacing it the better, as the body is able to adjust and carry on as normal. There is less risk of infection at the site of exposed gums, and surrounding teeth are less exposed to bacteria which can cause decay and eventual loss.
The professional and friendly team at High Dental Implants Melbourne are available to answer any questions that you might have regarding having a tooth replaced and are more than happy to explain to you what the advantages and potential risks may be of you personally having this procedure done.
In saying that, risk is minimal unless a person has some underlying health condition or their gums and teeth are not as healthy as they can be. In these cases, many dentists will ask you to try and get any gum disease or issues under control before you undergo the procedure so that the treatment is the positive experience that you are seeking.
All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.