Diabetes was historically considered a possible risk factor for the placement of dental implants. But in the current era, diabetes is not a problem for having dental implants and there is a 99% success rate for dental implants placed with diabetics. However, wounds in diabetics tend to heal more slowly, and to be more infection-prone […]

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Dental implants are an expensive procedure but they are more cost efficient than the older options like caps, bridges and dentures. Dental implant cost in Sydney depends on various factors including the type of implant and procedure, how many and which teeth you need to replace, how many implants are required to support these teeth, […]

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You can replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or all your teeth with implants and don’t even need one implant for every missing tooth. There are various treatment options like singe tooth implant, multiple tooth implant and full set dental implant, from which you can select the best one suitable for you.

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Dental implants usually have a very high success rate and developing complications with the treatment is therefore rare. The complications may arise to one or more of the following risk factors. Improper treatment planning Smoking Fracture of the titanium screw or crown/bridge denture Overloading Bone problems Poor choice of implant type

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This can be determined via standard dental X-rays since it is generally possible to identify the height of bone available for dental implant placement. Also, we can use more advanced imaging techniques to ascertain the bone width, which is just as essential to implant installations. Nowadays, many advanced techniques allow dentists to examine your jaw […]

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