Resources

Surgeon Q&A: All your questions answered

Nov 23, 2012

What will happen during my first consultation? What can I expect post-operation? Can I drive after surgery? Why do I have to be on a soft diet? How do I care for my new dental implants? What happens if I still experience pain after a few months?

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The hidden benefits of dental implants

Nov 23, 2012

Dental implants are known to boost the appearance and confidence of patients wishing to permanently replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth, but they can actually do a lot more than improve one's aesthetics. Dental implants most importantly restore natural function and prevent a series of detrimental oral problems from occurring.

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Why it's important to fill the gap

Nov 22, 2012

Replacing missing teeth can improve your appearance and confidence, but more importantly it prevents a whole range of oral problems from occurring.

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Jargon buster - dental implants from A-Z

Nov 22, 2012

Not sure what all the dental implant lingo means? Don't fret. Here's an A to Z guide of all the terms commonly used during dental implant consultations and treatments. In no time, you'll know what they all mean and how they can be applied.

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Return your mouth to full functionality

Nov 22, 2012

Dental implants were first introduced in 1965, but a series of technological improvements along the way has meant that the modern implant available today is now even better than ever – they look great, feel pleasant and chew just like natural teeth.

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Total oral rehabilitation with All-on-4

Nov 22, 2012

Dental implants have revolutionised dentistry. After almost 50 years, the placement of a titanium screw with an attached tooth has now grown to be society's standard for permanently replacing missing or severely damaged teeth. And it's all due to the host of benefits dental implants offer both patients and dental professionals.

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Dental implants vs root canal treatment

Sep 24, 2012

If a tooth starts to develop any symptoms of pain and discomfort, or sensitivity to heat, pressure and chewing, it's usually a sign that the nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue found inside the tooth's pulp chamber are infected or diseased.

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The history of dental implants

Sep 24, 2012

Dental implants are now standard practice for replacing missing or severely damaged teeth. And in over 40 years of clinical use and recorded success, there have been numerous changes and improvements along the way.

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What are dental implants?

Sep 24, 2012

Dental implants are a permanent solution for tooth loss. And since they're designed to look and feel exactly like normal teeth, the treatment is sought after by many patients.

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Dental Implant Success Rate

Jun 21, 2012

Just how successful is All-on-4 dental treatment?

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