Replacing your missing teeth without dentures or bridges

replacing multiple teeth dental implants

 

If you are missing several teeth close together, you do not need an individual implant for each tooth. Dental implants have the versatility to replace multiple missing teeth without uncomfortable dentures.

Dental implants offer the following advantages over dentures:

  • Eat comfortably and confidently
  • Catch less food
  • Fixed and do not move
  • Preserve bone

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To book an appointment, please call us on (07) 3357 4177

Step 1 – Initial Consultation

An initial consultation of $59 is the first step towards replacing your missing teeth or existing denture.

This fee is fully or partially covered by health funds.

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Step 2 – Treatment Planning

Following this initial consultation we will take 3D scans and moulds of your teeth to ensure that your dental implant is accurately and safely placed.

We use the latest 3D surgical planning software which allows for pinpoint accuracy in placement.

Multiple Implant Cost

The following information sheet provides a rough guide to the implant procedure along with cost:

 

Prices are correct as at 28 January 2016. Fees may vary in the future and the above information is intended as a guide only. A comprehensive treatment plan and fee estimate will be provided after your initial assessment.

The information sheet does not constitute medical advice and you should always consult with a dentist prior to any dental procedure. Fees make up only one single aspect of dental treatment

Payment Plans for Single Implants

Payment plans are available to make your procedure more affordable. Repayments can start from $40-$60 per week. For more information please call us on 07 3357 4177 or visit our Payment Plan page.

About the Procedure

The following information sheet provides a rough guide to the implant procedure:

Single Implant Information Sheet

 

multiple implant placement diagram

dental implant placement stages

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental implants are made from surgical titanium (similar to artificial hip and joint replacements) and cannot decay like regular teeth.
With good dental care and regular dental visits, dental implants can last a lifetime. Like anything in life, regular maintenance is the key.
Dental implants are the best replacement for teeth which are already missing or are damaged beyond repair. If your teeth are still saveable with crowns or root canals, these options provide more conservative treatment and should be pursued first.

Dental implants should be the last resort for damaged teeth.

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Preferred Funds: HCF All other health
funds accepted

Our Opening Hours

222 Lutwyche Road
Corner Lutwyche Road & Eildon Street Windsor | QLD | 4030

Monday8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday8:00am – Late
Wednesday8:00am – Late
Thursday8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 3:00pm
SundayBy Appointment Only

 

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