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Six reasons why dental implants are so popular

Six reasons why dental implants are so popular

Looking for Dental Implants on the Central Coast? Dental implants are biocompatible titanium screws that are made to replace missing teeth and roots. They are artificial roots that are surgically placed in the upper and/or lower jawbone.

In order to provide a solution that is natural looking without altering your adjacent teeth, more and more dentists are choosing dental implants as a less invasive and long-lasting solution for patients.

Dental implants have become the preferred method to replace missing teeth and here’s why:

  1. Natural look and feel

Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. In addition, implants give patients the confidence to smile, eat, and engage in social activities without worrying about how they look or if their dentures will fall out.

  1. Long-lasting and reliable

Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that replaces the root of the missing tooth, which means that they will last a long time. While some other tooth replacement treatments need to be replaced as often as every 5 to 10 years, dental implants are designed to last several decades with proper care.

  1. More comfortable than other options

Let’s face it, dentures are downright uncomfortable. Because they don’t sit in your mouth like your natural teeth would, they can slip throughout the day causing regular daily activities to become challenging and causing embarrassment. Plus, dentures often require replacement and repair.

  1. Improved ability to eat and chew

Dental implants are anchored in your jawbone just like natural teeth. Over time they will help preserve the jawbone and significantly reduce bone resorption. Replacing missing teeth with implants allow you to chew your food better and speak more clearly.

  1. Higher success rates

Dental implants have a proven track record of long-term, reliable, and successful outcomes. Because of this, dental implants are often considered “more predictable” than other treatments to replace and repair missing teeth.

  1. Utilises advanced technology for better results in less time

Digital planning through the use of ground breaking keyhole surgery enables minimal post- operative discomfort and increased success.  The Warnervale Dental state- of -the art facility has on site 3D X-ray and digital imaging so as to minimise in chair time to under half an hour for a single implant!

Central Coast leaders in All on 4

Did you know that our practice is one of the few on the Central Coast to perform All on 4?

We have partnered with Nobel Bio Care to become an accredited All-on-4® surgery and are one of the largest suppliers on the Central Coast!

Can the procedure be done under sedation?

Absolutely, depending on your concerns, we can perform the procedure under either oral sedation, sleep dentistry (twilight sedation), or I.V sedation.

Concerned about cost? Don’t be, we have a range of options to suit you.

Find out more about, My Smile payment plan, or using your Superannuation to pay for dental treatment.

Want to improve your smile with dental implants?

Ask our friendly team about organising a complimentary consultation.

Dr David Bassal, Practice Principal of Warnervale Dental is passionate about dental implantology and has been placing dental implants for years with his patients enjoying the successful results. Dr Bassal has completed a Masters course in implantology, at the prestigious Brener Implant Institute, offering the latest in clinically sound treatment for the replacement of missing or broken teeth. He is also an active founder of the Australasian Implant Academy, the Australian branch of the esteemed California Implant Institute. addition, he has followed a move toward digital dentistry, using state-of-the-art equipment and modern techniques that are both quick and painless with an emphasis on minimally invasive treatment to produce predictable results.

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