Dental Implants in Brisbane
Getting dental implants in Brisbane can make a real difference to your oral health, and the confidence in your smile.
See our below list of practices that can offer you dental implants in Brisbane.
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Dental Implants in Brisbane
Why choose Dental Implants?
A dental implant is a treatment option for those who have lost one or more natural teeth. It involves placing an implant into the jawbone for strength and stability, followed by an abutment and a crown for a natural-looking tooth.
While there are other options for replacing missing teeth, such as a dental bridge, a dental implant is often the recommended option because of how durable and stable an implant is, thanks to it being anchored into the jaw bone.
Getting a dental implant can be a great way to fill the gap left by a lost tooth for aesthetic reasons, but it’s also important for your oral health. One reason is because it helps to ensure you can eat normally, and not cause additional wear and tear on your remaining teeth. Another reason is because when a tooth is missing, it can lead to deterioration in the jawbone beneath the gap, which can weaken the surrounding teeth as well. Finally, it can also cause surrounding teeth to move and shift into the gap, and cause your bite to lose alignment.
Overall, replacing a missing tooth can be a great choice for your dental health, and a dental implant is a preferred option for doing so. Use our Find a Practice tool to locate your nearest dentist in Brisbane who can help.
Restore your smile with dental implants
Should I choose National Dental Care for dental implants in Brisbane?
- Our Brisbane dental practices are equipped with cutting-edge technology to offer our patients the most comfortable, efficient, and quality treatments possible
- Our team of dentists are friendly and welcoming, and will ensure you know what’s happening at each stage of the dental implant process
- There are nine National Dental Care practices in and around Brisbane, so you’ll be able to find one that’s convenient to your location
- We offer Afterpay and Smile Fund options to help patients spread out payments for the cost of dental implants in Brisbane over time
Frequently asked questions
The cost of a dental implant in Brisbane can vary quite dramatically depending on a number of factors, such as if you require more than one implant, the type of dental implant required (for example, All-on-4 dental implants) or even the type of materials used
Dental implants work by first inserting an implant into the jaw bone where the missing tooth is. Your dentist will give this implant several months to fully heal, as the bone must grow back around the implant to ensure it is secure and stable before taking the next step. Then, your dentist will place an abutment onto the implant, which is a small device that will hold a dental crown on top. The whole process takes months, mostly due to waiting time as the site heals between stages, but the result is a replacement tooth that looks, feels, and acts just like a natural tooth.
Of the nine dental practices located in and around Brisbane, all nine offer dental implants. These are; both Brisbane Post Office Square and Brisbane CBD in the city, as well as Newstead, Chermside, Sunnybank, Algester, Alexandra Hills, Springfield Central, and Browns Plains. You can use the Find a Practice tool to locate the nearest one to you.
There are many benefits of getting dental implants in Brisbane. One is to enjoy the look of replacing a missing tooth in your smile, but it’s also a good way to maintain your dental health. When there is a gap in your teeth, it can cause the bone in your jaw underneath to deteriorate and weaken surrounding teeth over time, and it can cause your remaining teeth to move into the open space and shift out of alignment. Having an implant therefore prevents further oral health issues, as well as simply looking great.
Getting dental implants in Brisbane is a slow process, so you can expect to have plenty of patience during treatment. The first step is to have a post placed into your jaw bone, after which you must wait several months for the gums and jaw to heal. The next procedure is to attach an abutment to the post, after which there will be a short waiting period for healing. Finally, your dentist will place a custom-made dental crown over the abutment, which is the final step. Your dentist will explain the full process in much more detail prior to the treatment.