Implant X-rays help dentists to look at how the implant, abutment and crown fit together and make sure that there are no problems. It provides the clear view of your implant in the bone, the abutment and the crown. Possible complications like bone injuries are identified using the implant X-rays and enables your dentist to […]

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With the advent of most advanced technologies in the field of dentistry, implant failure occurs only in a fee cases especially of the individual is a regular smoker or suffering from diabetes. The success rate of Sydney dental implants is 98% and titanium based implants are designed to avoid rejection. However, in failed cases, we […]

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If you are willing to opt for a dental implant procedure, then you should choose a major dental health insurance plan to cover the cost of tooth implants in Sydney. In general, dental implants are not covered by dental insurance but today more companies are covering dental implants today than they did ten years ago. […]

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Many people opt for dental implants in Sydney because it look and feel more like a natural teeth. Dental implants require the same level of attention and care you would give for our natural teeth. Once you decide on getting a dental implant to replace your missing teeth, you should fix an appointment with your […]

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Most insurance companies like to cover the cheapest option and as a result they tend not to cover dental implants.  This trend is changing, and more and more insurance companies are realizing the long-term benefits of implants and are now starting to cover them.  Even though, we accept insurance coverage, we also offer convenient and […]

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Complications from dental implant surgery are rare but, as with any medical procedure, there are risks and these risks may be higher for patients who smoke or have other medical conditions. Risks include: Infection Fractures Sinus problems Nerve damage that can result in pain Inability to complete the procedure due to inadequate jawbone Talk with […]

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Dental implants are an excellent choice for long-term tooth replacement. Once a Dental Implant is fully integrated with the bone, it can last for many years with good home care and regular dental visits.  Factors that may affect the dental implants depend largely on the patient’s lifestyle and overall oral hygiene.

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Unlike natural teeth, dental implants are not susceptible to dental disease such as decay; however, the health of the gums is vital to maintaining lasting implant success. Proper home care by the patient and regular professional cleanings and check-ups are essential elements for dental implant sustainability. Each patient is different, and success relies upon diagnosis […]

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