Restore your teeth and your confidence

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Restore your teeth and your confidence

The knock-on effect a gap in the teeth can have on the look of your face and consequently your confidence cannot be underestimated. Not only is a gap in the smile hard to ignore, but missing teeth can cause the jawbone to recede over time, causing the face to have a sunken look.

Going for a dental implant in Melbourne may be the treatment you need to boost your confidence and help you look youthful and healthy again. The crown is designed to look as natural as your existing teeth. With a full set of teeth, you will be grinning and chatting with a new-found confidence in no time.

Here at High Dental Implants Melbourne, we offer implants for a single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth, or all your missing teeth, to help put an end to your dental insecurities.

What more do you want?

If having a beautiful smile isn’t enough to swing it, it is also important to note that receiving a dental implant in Melbourne will have positive affects on other aspects of your daily life. For example, you can eat anything you want. Having a gap in the teeth restricts your menu, but with a full set of teeth you will be able to eat all the crunchy, chewy foods you fancy, so long as you brush your teeth well afterwards. It’ll also mean you can chew and digest your food properly.

As you may well know if you’ve had braces, the better the shape your teeth are in, the easier it is to maintain oral hygiene. A full set of teeth are easier to brush and floss properly. If a gap is left for too long, the other teeth may begin to move into the space. Bits of food may also get stuck more easily, causing plaque to build up.

How does it work?

First, we will check if you are suitable to receive a dental implant in Melbourne, by checking if there is enough bone in the jaw to support the implant. If so, the tooth implant is drilled into the jaw, and left to heal. You will either receive same day teeth or receive the crown at a later date.