Now there is a better way to replace missing or broken teeth.

Transform your smile with dental implants

Historically, missing teeth have been replaced with removable dentures and bridges which attach to the neighbouring teeth. This can potentially damage healthy teeth and leave you with bigger problems. Modern techniques mean we can replace a tooth with a great-looking, permanent dental implant in just one surgical procedure.

Fast Procedure

Surgery usually completed in just 1-2 hours

Immediate Placement

Avoid tissue and bone loss with an immediate placement

Quality Materials

Top-of-the-range implants for exceptional results

Less Painful, Faster Healing

Less invasive procedure for a quicker, more painless recovery

Fixed Solution

A beautiful new permanent set of teeth

Affordable Payment Plans

Affordable payment plans to make your new smile a reality

What are Dental Implants?

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Why choose
Dental Implants?

The discomfort and embarrassment of dentures are now a thing of the past. Dental implants are a reliable, long-term, fixed solution for missing teeth.

  • Implants are fixed and do not need to be removed
  • Unlike dentures, they do not trap food and are not a cause of embarrassment
  • The teeth on either side of the gap do not need to be treated, avoiding complications such as root canal treatment and decay

Why immediate placement is
so important

When teeth are lost, the bone and gums supporting them begin to diminish immediately. The longer you wait before implant placement, the more tissue is lost. Before placing your fixed implant, we strive to provide you with a temporary but natural looking tooth as soon as possible. The benefits of immediate placement are:

  • Usually less invasive surgery and shorter healing time after surgery
  • Allows for better gum tissue management
  • Only one surgical appointment and normally no need for injections after the first appointment

How we can transform your smile

Single Tooth

Single Tooth Dental Implants

Complete your smile and replace a broken or missing tooth with a great-looking, fixed dental implant.

  • Includes ceramic crown and abutment
  • Completed using top-of-the-range implants
  • Performed by the best local dental technicians

Multiple Teeth

Multiple Teeth Dental Implants

Do you have multiple missing teeth? It is no longer necessary to fill these gaps with dentures or to cut down neighbouring teeth for a bridge. The team at the Sydney Implant Institute will restore your smile with a beautiful set of dental implants.

  • Safer and faster treatment with shorter healing time
  • Better quality of anchorage increases safety during the early healing phase and leads to a superior structural and functional connection between vital bone and the implant
  • The SLActive® surface of the Straumann Dental Implant System can reduce the healing period from 6–8 weeks down to 3–4 weeks in all indications*.

Full Set of Teeth

Full mouth of Dental Implants

Replacement of a full set of teeth that are missing or unrestorable used to mean dentures, which can be a source of discomfort and embarrassment. All-on-4 is a revolutionary technique where a beautiful new set of natural looking teeth is placed on just four dental implants.

  • A cost-efficient and permanent solution that provides a fixed full-arch prosthesis
  • Surgery is completed in one day so you can walk away with a new set of teeth
  • Minimally invasive treatment means recovery time is quicker
  • Recommended by 98% of patients who see a rapid improvement in function, aesthetics, speech and self-esteem**
All on 4 full set of teeth

Gum & Bone Grafting

AN OPTIMUM FOUNDATION FOR YOUR IMPLANTS

Depending on your individual circumstances, bone and gum grafting may be required before your implants can be put in. Our expert team can assess your circumstances and come up with a suitable treatment plan.

  • When teeth are lost, the bone and gums begin to weaken and reduce immediately; the longer you wait to put in an implant, the more tissue is lost.
  • Gum and bone grafting are techniques to encourage the growth of bone and soft tissue where they have been lost.
  • This allows us to provide an optimum foundation for your dental implants and can be essential in cases where aesthetics are important.

Advanced Healing Package

REDUCE HEALING TIMES BY 50%

Healing times for dental implant surgery can now be reduced by up to 50% using Advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin (APRF), one of the latest innovations in dentistry.

This ground-breaking technique uses the patient’s own blood platelets to increase collagen production and cell mitosis. This enhances healing and promotes soft tissue repair with reduced inflammation. It also provides greater bone regeneration around implants.

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Dental Implants: Before & After

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The Dental Implant Procedure

Your new teeth can be delivered quickly and with minimal disruption to your daily life. In simple cases, this can all be done in as few as four appointments. Here is what you can expect:

  1. A comprehensive consultation including X-rays and CT scans. We will provide you with a detailed treatment plan including a breakdown of costs and schedule.
  2. Implant placement and a temporary restoration – we will always strive to provide you with temporary teeth whilst the implant fuses to your bone.
  3. A healing phase is necessary and can range from weeks to months, however, 3–4 months is usual (complex cases involving bone or soft tissue replacement normally take longer).
  4. Impressions are then taken to allow the technician to make the final implant supported teeth.
  5. Delivery of your final implant supported teeth.

Sedation Options for Nervous Patients

Feeling anxious about going to the dentist?
Don’t let fear get between you and your new smile.

Twilight Sedation

We understand the thought of dental work can be frightening. Here at the Sydney Implant Institute, our dentists are experienced in treating nervous patients.

We can offer twilight sedation, a mild dose of general anaesthesia, which greatly reduces anxiety, discomfort and pain, and makes long appointments seem like just minutes. This is administered by medical doctors here at the practice and you will be provided with a receipt so you can claim a Medicare rebate.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. You will not be able to drive for 24 hours after the surgery.

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Dental implant alternatives and cost

There are other alternatives to dental implants, such as bridges or dentures. However, dental implants are the best solution since they are permanent and stronger; they are the most natural restoration option since they act and feel like your natural teeth and do not require damaging or intervening teeth on the side. Moreover, they provide better support and help preserve the natural appearance of the mouth, jaw and face, and bone structure. On the other hand, dentures or bridges do not solve the issue of lack of stimulation or bone loss because they do not put any or not sufficient pressure on the area if it is compared to a natural tooth. Besides, implants help to prevent gum problems and dental decay due to their metal composition.

Dental implant procedure step by step

Usually, you will need three visits to the dentist for the teeth implant procedure; it all depends on your circumstances, the tooth you will be replacing, your age, and whether tooth extraction or gum or bone treatments are required. Dental implant procedure pain depends on the complexity and number of implants needed, but local anaesthesia should make implant placement painless. Before recommending an implant, the dentist will review the area where the implants are to be placed and, with the help of X-rays, check if there is enough bone to support it. If it is a front tooth, in most cases, bone grafting will be necessary since the bone structure in these areas is usually very thin. In the first stage of the dental implant process, the dentist will gently lift the gums and place the screw, the foundation of your new tooth, into the jaw. Besides, they will remove any remaining teeth or infected material associated with the tooth. The implant must be buried inside the jaw for at least three months. During this time, the bone will fuse and support the dental implant, known as osseointegration. In this period, depending on your circumstances, the dentist may recommend a temporary denture or a bridge so that you can maintain the normal functions of the mouth. Then an impression is needed to make the custom implant crown and abutment. Then, the implant will be exposed to attach the connector and, if you have a temporary denture or bridge, modifications will be made so that you can continue using them. Two to six weeks after the second visit, the crown is placed on top of the implant. This will be an all-ceramic crown that has been custom made to match the colour, size and shape of your teeth.

What to expect after dental implant surgery?

Dental implant surgery is a complex procedure for a tooth and will probably be symptomatic for some time. If our dentist has prescribed medications (depending on what your GP deems appropriate), be sure to take these before the local anaesthetic wears off to minimise pain and swelling prior to sleeping. You might experience pain throughout the night. Keep taking your pain medication for as long as you are feeling pain. Pain is normal at this stage and will persist for up to 7 days. We highly recommend you eat soft foods for the next 5-7 days and eat on the other side since the area around the implant will be sore, sensitive and tender to bite on. And you could rinse your mouth with warm saltwater. Dental implants should last a lifetime, but good oral hygiene will help avoid complications or implant failure or loss. Good oral habits, which include brushing, flossing, and recurring visits to the dentist, will help prevent plaque buildup. If plaque is not removed, the bacteria may multiply and affect your gums (peri-implant mucositis); or you may experience inflammation around the implant and bone deterioration (peri-implantitis). If left untreated, it can lead to bone loss around the implant and loss of the same. Visits to the dentist are essential because some people may not identify these diseases since they may not feel pain or have no symptoms. It is highly recommended to stop smoking before and after surgery, as the risks of bone loss or dental implant failure are higher.

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