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Naturally Crafted Overdentures for Comfort!

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Naturally Crafted Overdentures for Comfort!

We Are Sydney Dental Implants

At The Dental Practice Burwood

Learn more about Implant Supported Dentures at Sydney Dental Implants.

Learn more about Implant Supported Dentures at Sydney Dental Implants.

Want to Stabilise Your Denture? Dental Implant Supported Dentures Are Life Changing!

Discover the transformative comfort and natural appeal of Implant-Supported Overdentures at Sydney Dental Implants. Experience the warmth and dedication of our team, passionately committed to nurturing your journey towards a brighter, more confident smile!

What's an Implant Supported Denture?

Implant-supported overdentures are a sophisticated dental treatment designed for individuals with multiple missing teeth. This method involves securing a set of dentures onto a series of titanium implants embedded within the jawbone. 

The result of choosing implant-supported overdentures is a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics. This solution offers a secure, non-removable prosthetic that beautifully mimics the natural look of teeth while providing the practical benefits of improved speech, eating capabilities, and reduced bone loss.

"Getting implant-retained dentures has been a game-changer for me. They fit perfectly and feel remarkably natural, offering a level of comfort I didn't expect. The procedure was smooth and straightforward, and the outcome has been nothing short of amazing. I'm so glad I made this decision; it's truly been a life-enhancing experience.!"

Implant Retained Overdenture Cost?

Typically, the cost of implant-supported dentures in Sydney could range anywhere from S5,000 to over S20,000. This price usually encompasses the surgical placement of implants, the dentures, and any necessary preparatory procedures such as x-rays or bone grafts. It’s important to remember that these figures are estimates, and prices can vary significantly.

For the most accurate and current pricing, it’s best to consult directly with one of our dentists at Sydney Dental Implants. You can do this by applying for a quotations or calling our clinic.

Full Denture Stabilisation

FROM $11,990
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  • Restore your teeth in less than 3 days
  • Clinically Proven 98% success rate
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Early Super Release As a Payment Option?

We’ve teamed up with SuperCare to assist you in accessing your Super funds through the Compassionate Release of Superannuation (CSR) Program, managed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

  • Simple & Quick!

    Specifically tailored for dental implant procedures, ensuring a seamless, hassle-free experience.

  • Family Coverage!

    The option isn’t just limited to you! Family members can also benefit from this payment option for their dental procedures.

  • Multiple Procedures Covered!

    While our focus is on implants, the program covers a wide range of treatments, such as oral surgery.

What is our Retained Overdenture Treatment Process?

4 Steps to Stabilising Your Denture with Implants

Your journey begins with a initial consultation. During this session, we discuss your dental history, specific needs, and desired outcomes. It’s a great opportunity for you to ask questions and express any concerns you might have.

The second step involves a comprehensive assessment using advanced digital 3D dental mapping technology. This non-invasive procedure allows us to create a detailed and accurate map of your oral structure. The result is a precise blueprint that guides the implant placement and ensures optimal outcomes.

  1. Implant Placement: The treatment phase starts with the surgical placement of dental implants into your jawbone. These implants will serve as a sturdy foundation for the overdenture.

  2. Healing Period: After the implants are placed, there’s a healing period where the implants integrate with the jawbone, a process known as osseointegration.

  3. Overdenture Fabrication: While your mouth is healing, custom overdentures are crafted to fit your mouth perfectly, matching your natural teeth in terms of shape and colour.

  4. Fitting the Overdenture: Once the healing is complete and the implants are fully integrated, the overdentures are securely attached to the implants, providing stability and comfort.

Post-treatment, you will receive comprehensive aftercare guidelines. These include instructions on how to clean and maintain your new overdenture, dietary recommendations, and scheduling follow-up visits. Adhering to these guidelines is crucial to ensure the longevity and success of your treatment.

The Benefits of Implant Retained Overdentures!

Considering Implant-Supported Overdentures at Sydney Dental Implants? Overdentures offer a range of significant benefits, especially for those seeking a reliable and long-term solution for missing teeth. Here are six key advantages that you should be aware of:

  • Natural Appearance!

    These dentures are designed to look like natural teeth, enhancing aesthetic appeal and often leading to increased confidence and self-esteem.

  • No More Adhesives!

    Since the dentures are anchored by implants, there is typically no need for the adhesives required by traditional dentures, which can be messy and inconvenient.

  • Jawbone Preservation!

    Overdentures actively engage the jawbone, stopping bone deterioration commonly seen with tooth loss. This helps preserve facial contours and avoids the collapsed facial look linked to the use of traditional dentures.

  • Enhanced Stability!

    Overdentures are anchored to the jawbone, providing a secure fit that minimizes slipping or movement. This results in increased comfort and stability while speaking and eating.

  • Easy of Maintenance!

    They can be easier to clean and maintain compared to traditional removable dentures, and the routine is similar to that of natural teeth, involving regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups.

  • Durability and Longevity!

    With proper care, implant-supported dentures can last many years, often longer than traditional dentures, making them a cost-effective solution in the long run.

Keep in mind that outcomes with implant-retained dentures can differ from person to person. Their effectiveness depends on factors like oral health, jawbone quality, and personal health conditions. It’s essential to consult a dental expert to assess if this option suits your unique dental situation.


Certain Health Conditions Impact Eligibility! 

To help you begin this journey and determine if you’re a suitable candidate for dental implants, we invite you to take our 60-second eligibility questionnaire.

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Comparison of Overdentures Vs Dentures

To help you make an informed decision, we’ve created a Overdenture Vs Denture comparison table. It highlights the key differences, benefits, and considerations, providing you with essential information at a glance. 

Criteria Overdentures Dentures
Definition Removable dentures secured to implants for enhanced stability. Removable replacements for missing teeth, resting on the gums.
Stability and Comfort Improved stability and comfort, anchored to the jawbone. Prone to movement and less stability than implant solutions.
Jawbone Preservation Promotes jawbone health, mimicking natural tooth roots. Potential bone loss over time due to lack of stimulation.
Aesthetic and Functionality Natural appearance; enhanced chewing and speaking ability. Natural look, but may affect speech and chewing efficiency.
Maintenance Regular cleaning similar to natural teeth; some implant care needed. Requires daily removal for cleaning; may need adhesives.
Longevity Longer lifespan with proper care, supported by implants. Often require more frequent replacement or adjustments.
Initial Cost Higher upfront cost due to implant surgery. More budget-friendly initially than overdentures.
Suitability Ideal for those with adequate jawbone or possible grafting. Suitable for those seeking non-surgical, more affordable options.

Note: The table provides general comparisons. Actual details may vary based on individual cases, regional pricing, and technological advancements. Direct consultation with one of our dentists is recommended for more precise insights.


Certain Health Conditions Impact Eligibility! 

To help you begin this journey and determine if you’re a suitable candidate for dental implants, we invite you to take our 60-second eligibility questionnaire.

(Click here to begin)


Real Patients, Real Transformational Outcomes with Dental Implants!

Deciding on the best option for tooth replacement with implant-supported dentures is an important choice. To assist you in this journey, exploring real-life examples can be incredibly insightful. We encourage you to explore our gallery, which highlights genuine stories of patients who have experienced the transformation brought about by implant-supported dentures at our clinic.


Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely, we prioritise your comfort and ease during the overdenture procedure. At SDI we offer a range of sedation options, including sleep sedation. During your initial consultation, we’ll evaluate your medical history and discuss any concerns or preferences you have regarding sedation. Depending on your comfort level and the specifics of your procedure, we can administer sedation that ranges from mild to deep, including the option of sleep sedation, where you’ll be in a sleep-like state and not aware of the procedure as it happens.

The process of receiving an implant-supported denture is designed to minimise discomfort. During the implant placement, we use local anesthesia to numb the area, ensuring you don’t feel pain during the procedure. Some patients may opt for additional sedation methods for greater comfort.

Post-procedure, it’s common to experience some soreness or discomfort as the mouth heals, but this is typically manageable with over-the-counter pain medication and should subside within a few days. We provide detailed aftercare instructions and are always available to address any concerns or discomfort you may experience. Rest assured, our team is committed to making your experience as comfortable and pain-free as possible.

Yes, seeking dental treatment, such as implant-supported dentures, overseas can present certain risks. While there are many skilled dentists worldwide, standards and regulations vary between countries. Key considerations include:

  1. Quality and Standards: The quality of care, materials, and infection control protocols can differ significantly. It’s crucial to research and ensure the overseas clinic meets international standards.

  2. Communication: Language barriers may lead to misunderstandings about your treatment plan or aftercare instructions.

  3. Follow-up Care: Managing follow-up care or addressing complications can be challenging if you are back in your home country.

  4. Travel: Traveling soon after surgery can increase the risk of complications, such as blood clots or infection.

  5. Costs: While initial costs might be lower, unforeseen expenses due to complications or the need for corrective procedures can add up.

We advise you to thoroughly research and weigh these factors against the potential benefits before deciding.

If you have further questions you wish to ask, a consultation with one of our dentists could be a good next step to help you on your evaluation process.

Yes, implant-supported dentures can be possible for patients with a history of gum disease, but there are important considerations. Successful implant placement typically requires healthy gums and adequate bone density to support the implant. If you have gum disease, it must be well-managed or treated before proceeding with implants.

Consultation and a detailed oral examination are the first steps to determine if implant-supported dentures are a suitable option for you.

Overdentures typically last between 5 to 10 years with proper care, although this can vary based on individual factors and maintenance habits. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene are crucial for their longevity. The supporting implants often last longer, potentially over 20 years. Keep in mind that adjustments or replacements may be needed over time.

The surgery for implant-retained dentures typically takes a few hours, but the entire process, from implant placement to final denture fitting, can span several months. This timeframe includes the healing period necessary for the implants to integrate with the jawbone.

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