Dental Implants in Bundoora

Replace your missing or damaged teeth with dental implants that look and feel like your own teeth

With the expertise of our industry leading implant team.

It’s important to not leave damaged or missing teeth untreated. Dental implants are the gold standard solution in order to restore your smile. At Plenty Smiles, our specialised and experienced implant team provide you with the highest quality in treatment and tailor-made advice.

Our dental implant solutions guarantee unique quality assurance, so you can feel confident with the long term investment in your health.

High-Quality Implant Treatments

Our Dental Implant Solutions Approach:

  • Our treatments have your overall well-being and quality of life at the forefront.
  • Advanced technology to assess, plan and perform implant treatments.
  • Your entire treatment is done in one place for your comfort.
  • Top-quality prosthetics by partnering with awarded dental labs.
  • Natural look and functional prostheses with exclusive warranty.

All-On-4®

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Recognised as the best-fixed solution for patients with multiple missing teeth. The All-on-4 technique delivers outstanding results for patients with a 97% success rate, less invasive treatment time and optimal cost-benefit.

Dr Manuel Bautista, lead implant dentist at Plenty Smiles has been practicing the All-on-4 technique for over 10 years and has been trained in Portugal by Dr Paulo Malo, creator of the All-On-4®.

Single-Tooth Implant 

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The dental implant is designed to act as an exact replica to your natural tooth. They are made with materials that are in harmony with the human body’s biology.

With a screw like anchor to act like your natural roots within the jaw bone, it enables you to smile, chew and bite down as if it was your own tooth

Titanium and Zirconia Implants

There are different types of dental implants that can be used depending on what you need. It is appropriate to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or all teeth.

The typical material that dental implants are made from is titanium, which is strong and long-lasting. If you’re looking for a nonmetal alternative, we offer that too. This alternative is called zirconia and is also durable and can hold the restoration you need. Your implant will look completely natural and blend in with any remaining teeth you have.

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Bone Graft 

Dental Implants are one of the most effective ways to reduce the chance of bone loss but also help to combat the issue. They prevent any further issues from developing and aid in the restructuring of the mouth, after the loss of a tooth.

Dental Implants help to stimulate the bone to restore bone production. They act like a tooth and the bone treats them like a tooth is there. The bone will slowly grow up around the implant, restoring any type of bone loss that may have taken place from a lost tooth.

There is a chance that if the area of the implant has been without a tooth for a while, a bone graft may be required.

State-of-the-Art
Technology

Our highly skilled team, utilise the most advanced dental technology to assist, plan and assess each individual case and offer a bespoke and completely tailored experience for each patient. This includes OPG, CT scans and X-rays. Our equipment will allow us to perform your implant study here in the clinic, without having to refer out to determine whether you’re a good candidate for dental implants.

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Dental Implants Results

“I’m more confident now. No problem when I smile.”

Maria

“It actually changes you as a person. If you can look someone straight in the face and smile without feeling intimidated in any way, it just makes me feel so good. It’s incredible.”

Grace

“You’ve made me feel very comfortable with everything you did. So I’m really happy.”

John

Dental Implants FAQ’s

When are dental implants used?

A dental implant is used when you have lost your tooth or the tooth is no longer viable within your mouth. The dental implant is designed to act as an exact replica to your natural tooth. They are made with materials that are in harmony with the human body’s biology.

 With a screw like anchor to act like your natural roots within the jaw bone, it enables you to smile, chew and bite down as if it was your own tooth.

What is a bone graft?

A bone graft works by adding bone to your existing jawbone. This enables it to hold the implant securely in place. Your dentist will decide if this process is needed before your implants by looking at the CBCT scan and your OPG. The bone grafting will only be required if the dentist can see a lot of bone loss in the area where the implant will take place.

As you can see it is crucial that when a tooth or several teeth are lost, we create a solution straight away. If you act sooner rather than later, you protect your bone and facial shape.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?
There are a few contraindications to dental implants. For example, your jawbone needs to have enough material in it to hold the implant. The bone of your jaw can dissipate over time, so we will need to check your oral health carefully to make sure you’re a candidate. If you require a bone grafting, we can complete that and then fit you for your implant.
How do you maintain the health of dental implants?
You can’t simply get dental implants and then never maintain your oral health again. Though they’re not real teeth, the gums around them must be carefully cared for. You’ll receive full care instructions from us about how to keep your implants in good shape.
What if I don’t have time to come in for dental appointments?
We get it—life in our world can be busy, often even hectic and stressful. It can seem nearly impossible to get in for the appointments you need. We will structure your appointments around your schedule to make sure that they don’t cut into your workday. We have evening appointments available on Mondays to make sure you can come in when your day is done.
Are there alternatives to getting a dental implant?
Yes. There are several options for teeth replacement available on the market today. These include dentures in full or partial form and dental bridges, all of which are available at our clinic. A denture can replace several teeth or all teeth. A bridge is designed to replace multiple teeth at once. The one that’s best for you will depend on your situation and preferences.
How will I know which tooth replacement option is best for me?
We will go over each option with you so that you can decide how you would like to proceed. Your dentist will give you their recommendations based on your individual needs. Then, you’ll be able to choose what you want to do for future treatment.
How long will dental implants last?
When dental implants first came out, it was about 35 years ago. There are people who were some of the first to get implants that still have them today. If you are careful with your implants, they can last for a lifetime. There is plenty of research supporting the durability of dental implants, as well as that they’re an effective choice for most people who need to replace teeth.

We accept all Health Funds at Plenty Smiles

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If you do not have a health fund, we work with payment plans. You’ll be able to get the treatment you need now and pay for it later.

Book Today your Complimentary Assessment with an implant expert.

Valued at $450+ worth of treatment

A one-on-one consultation to assess your mouth condition and tailor a personalised treatment plan.