Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Replacing Missing Teeth With The Latest Dental Implant Technology Are you fighting with unstable or loose dentures? Do you have a few missing teeth that are

affecting your self-esteem? At Argyle Street Family Dental in Parramatta, we are dedicated to helping our patients achieve total oral health, and this includes restoring missing teeth! Gaps left behind by missing teeth can cause an array of concerns such as:

  • Heightened risk of decay and gum disease due to uneven cleaning surface
  • Shifting teeth in an attempt to close the gap resulting in crooked or misaligned teeth
  • Loss of stimulation to the jawbone which results in bone loss and eventually further tooth loss

Counteract these effects of a lost tooth with a strong, stable and long-lasting solution…

Dental implants are an innovative treatment that utilises small titanium screws that are biocompatible with your jawbone material. These devices are surgically placed at the site of tooth loss. Over a period of months the jawbone gradually heals around the screw, effectively fusing with it to create a powerful foundation for your new tooth. Once this process is complete we are able to anchor your restoration such as a crown, bridge or denture to the implant for a fully functional restoration!
Your comfort will be improved, allowing you to eat, laugh, talk and smile without any uncertainties.

Are Dental Implants Painful?

The answer to this question is a resounding no! The procedure to place dental implants is performed under local anesthesia. This means that you’re completely numb during the entire procedure, and will not feel a thing.

What more at Argyle St Family Dentist we have in-house surgical specialist to manage your dental implant placement and deliver you the highest quality, safest and pleasant service you will imagine.

Can Anyone Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants can be influenced by your overall health and dental condition. Whilst available to most everyone there are several conditions that may make mean that dental implants are not indicated for you at this time.

Health Conditions That May Contraindicate Dental Implants Include

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Medications (such as bisphospinates)
  • Gum disease
  • Smoking

As well as these, dental implants require a large amount of tender love and care. This includes impeccable oral hygiene and regular dental cleans in order to maintain the health of the structures that support the implant. This is the same principle as keeping your natural tooth healthy.

In most situations it’s extremely important that you quit smoking before it’s considered appropriate for you to gain the oral health necessary to house dental implants.

Book in for a consultation today.

For a lot of people, the decision to embark on getting dental implants plays a significant role in their lives. Whilst it may not be the easiest decision, it will certainly be one of the most satisfying and rewarding ones that you will ever make.
At Argyle St Family Dentist, we are ready to embark on that journey with you. We strive to make the entire process of replacing your missing teeth with dental implants the most seamless and ultimately enjoyable as possible. Book your appointment for a consultation today, you won’t regret it!

To discover more about our treatment options or to book a consultation at our Parramatta dental practice, please do not hesitate to contact us.

COVID-19 Notice

During this difficult time, we will continue to care for all of our patients and ensure the safety, health, and wellbeing of the community, and will remain open to meet your Dental needs.

We use an IQAir Purifier to assist with infection control measures for COVID-19. This has the highest levels of air filtration possible to reduce the risk of airborne transmission from aerosols.

However, If the following applies to you please refrain from booking or entering the Practise -

  • Experiencing Symptoms of the flu or respiratory problems (High temperature, shortness of breath, cough and/or sore throat)
  • If you have been in contact with someone who has been tested positive for COVID-19

We appreciate your cooperation during this unprecedented situation. Please do not hesitate to contact us on 9687 0070 if you have any questions!

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