My Implant Dentist offers top-quality All-On-4 dental implants in Perth, providing patients with a reliable and convenient solution for a new smile.
All on 4 Dental Implants is a revolutionary dental procedure that replaces your existing (or non-existent) teeth with four dental implants to support your new smile, that is uniquely you.
With All On 4 Implants, you can throw away those uncomfortable and annoying removal dentures, and get back to enjoying your lifestyle with comfort and confidence.
A minimalist, yet innovative dental approach paving the way for spectacular results.
If you’re considering All-on-4 dental implants in Perth, choose My Implant Dentist for cost-effective, high-quality treatment.
With All on 4 Dental Implants, you can have the smile you’ve always dreamed of – helping you feel more confident in yours.
All on 4 Dental Implants give you a new set of permanent, natural looking teeth, for a complete, long-lasting solution, because we all deserve a smile we want to show off to the world.
My Implant Dentist is known for providing affordable All-on-4 dental implants in Perth , making full arch restoration accessible for our patients.
This part of the process is an important one, to ensure both you and your dentist have aligned
treatment goals and expectations.
These scans and impressions are used to fabricate a surgical template for use on the day of
surgery by the dental surgeon.
From here, we can tweak your smile if we need to, ensuring your final smile is just right.
When the dental implants are in place and properly secured to the right torque, the dentist will
replace the gum tissue around the implants and close the incision area. At this point, the
abutments holding the replacement tooth prosthesis get attached to the implant interface.
The screw access holes are then filled and sealed. It is important to confirm the bite is evenly
occluding. The restorative dentist will correct any premature interferences to ensure proper upper
or lower jaw occlusion.
The cost for All-On-4 dental implants in Perth typically falls between $19,000 and $25,000. The price may vary based on material selection and any extra dental preparations required. This range offers options that cater to the specific needs of each patient.
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Pricing is indicative only of an average cost. Pricing can vary depending on the medical condition and requirements of the patient as well as the materials used.
If you want to know specific pricing details for single restored implants, implant-retained dentures, and more, please visit our Dental Implants Perth page.
Then All on 4 Dental Implants may be right for you. Book your complimentary consultation today to find out more.
Ask your dental hygienist as he or she gently inspects your smile. If you look up and begin a sideways glance at him, he will likely respond with a nod, indicating that all is well. You’re fortunate to work in an environment where all-on-4 dental implants have been the dental industry’s preferred solution for decades. But is it all-encompassing and painless, or does it require some maintenance?
The first thing you should know is that the technology used in all-on-4 dental implants has evolved significantly in recent years. What you see today was unthinkable just a decade ago. Ten years ago, there were no braces to be attached to replace broken teeth; dentures were too bulky and uncomfortable to wear; veneers could not be used effectively and they were costly. Ten years ago, the only option for patients seeking all-around dental implants was to undergo surgery – which tended to be both expensive and painful. The all on 4 Perth dental implants approach brought a tremendous change to the dental industry. It allowed for superior all-over function without the drawbacks that accompanied the older all-around solutions.
Achieve your brand-new smile in just one day
Your beautiful new smile is closer than you think…
That’s right, you’ll receive dental implants on the day of your surgery, and your first set of new
teeth (the provisional bridge) within just 1 week – but most commonly within days of your surgery.
This means little to no downtime, just you leaving our rooms with fully functional teeth that’ll have
you smiling proudly, from ear to ear.
At My Implant Dentist, we’re dedicated to helping you achieve a confident and beautiful smile with the benefits of All-on-4 dental implants.
Natural-looking teeth for naturally healthy smiles
The highly qualified team at My Implant Dentist are in the business of creating natural-looking
teeth, for naturally healthy and beautiful smiles.
With the sheer confidence brought to you by teeth that look and feel natural, you’ll light up any
room you walk into.
High success rates
All on 4 Dental Implants deliver superior success rates to previous, invasive dental treatments.
Clinical data taken over 25 years shows a breathtaking 98%* success rate for All on 4 Dental
This also means less appointments, lower fees, and a faster healing rate. Now that’s something
to smile about!
Innovative techniques and advanced technology
My Implant Dentist utilise the most advanced and innovative Dental Implant technology
available. This revolutionary dental technology simplifies and shortens the treatment time
involves fewer components, giving you the smile of your dreams, so much sooner.
Your peace of mind put first
The My Implant Dentist team are caring, professional and leading providers of All on 4 Dental Implant treatments.
Our genuine dedication to patient outcomes is one of the many reasons why people rely on us to
save, enhance and restore their smiles.
Treatment access in both Brisbane and Perth
Our dedicated dental clinics are open and ready to help you across 4 locations in the Perth;
South Perth, Ellenbrook, Mindarie, Belmont and in Brisbane, in the suburb of
All-on-4 implants are a series of fabricated teeth that are permanently attached to dental implants that have been surgically implanted into your jaw. They have the same appearance, feel, and work as natural teeth.
The All-on-4 technique is built to use only four implants that are ready to work right away. Since all-on-4 implants do not need bone grafting, they are an excellent option for patients with low bone density or volume.
You will be safely numbed until the operation starts so that you do not experience any pain or discomfort. After that, four dental implants are positioned where the bone volume is the best. The new or current denture is used as the basis for a temporary collection of teeth that will be added the next day after the implants have been inserted.
The temporary teeth are removed and the new, permanent collection of teeth is rendered and anchored into place permanently until the bone has completely integrated with the implant (3-4 months).
The “all-on-4” implant concept was created to optimize the use of usable remnant bone in atrophic jaws, allowing immediate function while avoiding regenerative procedures that increase treatment costs, patient morbidity, and complications. To assist a provisional, set, and immediately loaded prosthesis, the protocol places four implants in the anterior part of complete edentulous jaws. The two most anterior implants are positioned axially, whereas the two posterior implants are positioned distally and angled to reduce cantilever length and enable for the use of prostheses with up to 12 teeth, thus improving masticatory performance.
As a prelude to the subsequent tendencies, the initial Brnemark surgical-prosthetic procedure proposed the placement of 4 implant fixtures for the reconstruction of a resorbed mandible and 6 implant fixtures on mandibles that showed minimal to moderate resorption. Immediate loading procedures for edentulous jaws are gaining popularity among clinicians and patients alike. The predictability of implant therapy, regardless of the loading regimen used, is demonstrated by high survival rates and a low incidence of complications. Today’s challenge is to build simple and cost-effective protocols rather than proving functionality.
Several research and clinical reports have identified the all-on-4 definition, which was summarized in a previous study. However, the key descriptions at the time were limited to survival rates, implant failures, and technological complications, with little focus on biological complications like peri-implant diseases, which are now known to be very common. There are discrepancies in the literature, mostly in terms of clinical indications, since no consensus on surgical procedures and prosthetic protocols has been reached. The aim of this systematic review was to summarize and update the all-on-4 treatment model, as well as surgical and prosthetic topics, using clinical trials with at least a 36-month follow-up duration.
Following the principles of smile aesthetics, harmony between the teeth, lips and gums is essential. Tooth loss is often accompanied by gum recession and uneven underlying bone which alters facial and lip support. The All-on-4 treatment philosophy offers ‘aesthetic gum replacement’ to aid in restoring aesthetic harmony needed for a natural smile. In a process known as an Alveolectomy, the sharp or uneven parts of the underlying bone are reshaped to level the gums.
This creates the needed space to add the gum component in the prosthesis design. The result is improved flexibility in teeth positioning for the optimal design of your smile and simplified cleaning.
The posterior implants are tilted, which eliminates the need for time-consuming bone grafting procedures and allows for immediate loading. Cost-cutting In contrast to traditional implant treatment modalities for the edentulous and soon-to-be edentulous jaw, this concept is the least expensive.
If you are missing teeth and want to know if dental implants and the All-on-4 treatment are correct for you, the first step toward a new smile is to schedule an initial appointment.
We want to hear about any drugs you’re taking as well as specifics about your general health during your appointment. Please let us know if you have any current medical problems at this time (e.g., high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, etc.). Please be open and honest with our team, as obtaining an accurate medical history is critical to achieving the best All-on-4 dental implant outcomes.
We will decide whether the All-on-4 dental implant treatment is the right option for replacing the missing teeth during this initial consultation. If you’re a successful choice, he’ll talk about what he wants to get out of your All-on-4 implant procedure. Please feel free to ask questions and/or express any reservations you might have about dental implant procedures during your initial consultation.
My Implant Dentist tips for creating a perfect smile with natural-looking results will be addressed. The correct size, shape, and color of teeth must be determined in order to have the best outcomes for a patient. As a result, selecting a qualified dental implant surgeon is critical.
My Implant Dentist takes the time to develop a detailed plan for each of his patients that is tailored to his or her dental needs and aesthetic objectives.
We take time to develop customized dental implant treatment plans for his patients so that they can achieve a natural-looking outcome that represents their unique cosmetic goals and needs.
Fresh bone grows around the artificial roots over time (dental implants). The artificial roots are normally stronger than the patient’s natural roots after the osseointegration process is completed.
The recovery period following an All-on-4 procedure is much shorter than is seen with other dental implant methods. One of the reasons that this shortened recovery is possible is because the new dental prosthesis is connected to the implants on the same day they are created. Furthermore, the surgical techniques that My Implant Dentist uses in conjunction with his anesthesia options and plasma growth factors make the All-on-4 dental implant procedure a more comfortable experience for his patients.
At My Implant Dentist, we use approaches that are built to make our patients as happy as possible. We do so by providing the most cutting-edge dental treatments as well as using tried-and-true sedation techniques. Our team is also committed to providing patients with the high-quality dental treatment they deserve.
With the All-on-4 dental implant procedure, we might be able to replace all of your upper and/or lower teeth in a single appointment at our office. You will leave My Implant Dentist with a brand-new collection of natural-looking, fully functional teeth after your operation.
For quality and affordable dental implant treatment, call My Implant Dentist at (08) 9361 5544 for a free consultation.
The downside of All-on-4 dental implants can include:
All-on-4 dental implants can be a good option for many patients because they offer:
Recovery time varies, but many patients can return to their normal activities within a few days to a week.
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The all-on-4 Perth dental implant utilizes the same form of dental implant technology as other all-around options. Invisalign, Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers are all available from reputable dental lab facilities. The difference with all-on-4 implants is that the mouth will be made completely aware of the dental implant through a small, clear opening in the mouth. This allows for superior oral hygiene, as the implants are hidden from view, and can be brushed and flossed after the fact.
As with all-on-4 Perth dental procedures – including those using traditional methods – there are some potential complications. It is important that you have an experienced oral surgeon to perform this procedure so as to ensure you get it right the first time. Complications also exist with all-on-4 implants, especially if the implant is chosen improperly. Remember to ask your surgeon about the risks and complications associated with the all-on-4 Perth procedure.
The nerves in the mouth are very delicate and are easy to over-stimulate. If dental implants are chosen that are too large or too small – either way, you will experience discomfort. The new Perth all on 4 dental implants work in such a way that the mouth feels just like it does with traditional dentures, which is great. What is not good, though, is that when you are talking, the implants may fall out of place.
The four implants support a fixed prosthesis of 10 to 14 teeth, which is positioned directly after surgery, normally within 24 hours.
Since the patient will be given medication, he or she will experience little to no discomfort during the procedure. Expect some soreness and pain after the procedure, particularly if the anesthesia has worn off.
That depends on how you are wearing it. If you are choosing this procedure for cosmetic reasons, you need to wear it while sleeping to help keep the mouth protected during sleep. The sensation of feeling “full” when you chew all-on-4 dental implants can be very uncomfortable. However, people who are choosing this treatment for functional reasons – because they need this dental procedure – may not feel any discomfort at all, but may actually enjoy the feel of the implants in their mouth.
If Perth all-on-4 dental procedures feel uncomfortable, it is probably time to look for something new. Patients can choose all-on-4 dental procedures that secure the implant into the jawbone, reducing pain and discomfort. Patients who do choose this option might have to settle for a lower quality of implant, but the all-on-4 Perth dental implant can feel just as natural as a traditional implant. If you want to know All-On-4 then check out your all-on-4 options today.
The jawbone starts to resorb and deteriorate for a number of causes, ranging from a lack of stimulation to the onset of periodontal disease. When teeth are not replaced, the jawbone starts to deteriorate. The lack of bone causes the cheeks to sag in, affecting one’s appearance. The term “hollowing of the face” is also used to describe this facial feature. This hollowing can make a person look much older than they are, up to ten years in some cases.
Bone loss in the jaw may be caused by a variety of factors, including:
Lack of stimulation
Biting and chewing activate the jawbone because normal teeth are lodged inside it; but, when the teeth are missing, the part of the jawbone that anchors the teeth (i.e., the alveolar bone) is no longer stimulated. The alveolar bone starts to deteriorate if it is not stimulated: When the body thinks the jawbone no longer serves a function, it begins to break down.
The rate of jawbone loss and the amount of bone lost differs from person to person. Nonetheless, the majority of bone loss occurs within the first 18 months after a tooth or teeth are extracted. This jawbone loss persists throughout a person’s life until it is replaced with a dental implant.
Jaw bone loss is also caused by periodontal disease. When a person has chronic gum infections, the natural teeth’s support structures, including the alveolar bone, are progressively damaged. While these support systems are affected by a variety of diseases, the majority of issues are caused by plaque-induced inflammatory lesions.
Gingivitis May Lead to Periodontitis
Periodontitis begins with gingivitis: That is not to suggest that gingivitis will always lead to periodontitis; but, gingivitis will always come before periodontitis.
When bacteria bind to the surface of the tooth/teeth, the body’s immune system reacts violently in an effort to kill them, periodontitis develops.
Gingivitis is caused by dental plaque.
Plaque is a sticky, transparent film that forms on the teeth all of the time. It is made up of a variety of bacteria and food particles. Gums may become inflamed and bleed easily as dental plaque builds up at and below the gum line. Toxins produced by bacteria cause irritation. If left untreated, the gums will begin to pull away from the teeth, forming pockets. These pockets can become clogged with bacteria, creating more gum irritation.
Plaque Hardens and Forms Tartar
If a person fails to brush and floss on a regular basis, dental plaque hardens: Tartar is the name given to the plaque after it has hardened (i.e., calculus). Tartar will build up both above and below the gum line. Once plaque has hardened into tartar, the only way to dissolve it is with a dental cleaning.
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