Dental implants are what we use to replace any teeth that may have been removed prematurely through injury, illness, and / or the ageing process.
What’s involved with a Dental Implant?
A titanium rod is used to replace the tooth root. The bone grows onto it and then a porcelain crown is added to the rod to act as the crown of your tooth. Implants can also be used for dentures, especially in instances where you’ve tired of loose dentures. Just a few implants can do wonders for stabilising dentures, allowing even the meat-loving-eaters amongst us to enjoy chewing a steak again.
Minimising invasion dental implant surgery
With advances in technology permeating every area of our lives, denistry has been no exception. Our latest ICAT x-ray machine reveals to us exactly where the bone is to bind your implants to. This means that in the majority of cases implants can go in with minimum surgery, or to put it in plain English, WITH NO STITCHES!
So now you can regain the feeling of confidence that goes with having your teeth back – and without the terror that the idea of surgery holds for many of us
Along with our Advanced Dental Implant Technology
ICAT xray technique is part of the Nobel Biocare Nobel Guide. A practice that is in place by only a few practices in Australia, and McCloy Dental is very proud to be one of them. Having access to this technology and the highly trained and qualified dentistry means:
These days the procedure for placing dental implants is usually quick and simple. Having a quality dental implant or implants makes a vast difference to how you feel about your mouth, and your self-confidence. Any of our staff would be pleased to help explain any of these procedures to you.
Disclaimer: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.