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Best Options For Replacing Missing Teeth!

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Best Options For Replacing Missing Teeth!

We Are Sydney Dental Implants

At The Dental Practice Burwood

Learn more about Replacing Your Teeth at Sydney Dental Implants.

Learn more about Replacing Your Teeth at Sydney Dental Implants.

Revitalise Your Smile with Cutting-Edge Dental Implant Solutions for Missing Teeth!

Losing a single or front tooth or multiple teeth is more than just an aesthetic concern. It affects how you chew, speak, and even feel about yourself when you smile. That’s why it’s important for you to consider the tooth replacement options available to make the right decision for your circumstances.

Should You Replace Your Missing Teeth?​

Choosing whether or not to replace a missing tooth is a deeply personal decision, and there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. Some people live comfortably without replacing a missing tooth, especially if it’s not prominently visible when they speak or smile. It’s essential to consider how you feel, both aesthetically and functionally, about the space left by the missing tooth or teeth. Remember, dental health is as much about personal comfort and self-confidence as it is about clinical recommendations.

However, while it’s entirely your choice, it’s also important to note that there are certain risks associated with leaving a tooth unreplaced. We encourage you to weigh all aspects before making a final decision.

“We genuinely understand the overwhelming choices you face in your journey to restore your dental health. Every individual deserves the best care and solution tailored to their unique situation. You're not alone in this, and we're here to guide you through.”​

The Risks of Waiting: Why Replacing Missing Teeth is Best!

Neglecting to replace a missing tooth isn’t merely an aesthetic oversight; it’s a potential ticket to various oral health problems. While it might seem harmless at first, leaving that gap unattended can have ripple effects on your overall dental health. Here are the critical risks to consider:

A single missing tooth can disrupt your bite, affecting the way you chew your food. Over time, this can lead to digestive issues and nutritional deficiencies as improperly chewed food may not be adequately processed in the digestive system.

The absence of even one tooth can alter the natural balance of your jaw, potentially causing discomfort and pain over time. This can escalate into more severe temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues, impacting your ability to speak and chew comfortably.

Missing multiple teeth, especially in critical areas, can lead to changes in your bite and jaw alignment. This misalignment can contribute to neck and shoulder strain as your muscles attempt to compensate for the changes in your oral structure.

A gap left by a missing tooth can lead to adjacent teeth shifting into the space, causing misalignment issues. This domino effect can result in an improper bite, affecting not only your oral health but also leading to additional dental problems if left unaddressed.

The teeth and the jawbone share a symbiotic relationship. When a tooth is absent, the underlying bone lacks stimulation and starts receding. This bone loss can compromise the stability of neighbouring teeth and change the overall contour of the face.

“Addressing a missing tooth promptly can prevent this cascade of issues and help ensure the longevity and health of your remaining teeth.”

How Much Does Replacing a Missing Tooth Cost?

The cost of replacing missing teeth in Sydney start from around $6,490. However, prices can vary based on several factors, including the chosen method of replacement and materials used. It’s essential to understand that investing in your oral health, especially with procedures like tooth replacement, has long-term benefits that often outweigh initial costs.

To provide you with a more detailed breakdown and to assist you in making an informed decision, We recommend enquiring with our team to organise an appointment with one of our dentists who will able to provide you with a customised teeth replacement treatment plan.

Single Tooth Replacement Treatment

FROM $6,490
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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).

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  • 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.

Best Options For You To Replace Missing Teeth

Every patient is different and we treat each as a special case. We want to make sure you feel like you’re in control and are well aware of the treatment options that are available to you. Here are some of the treatments available for you to replace a single or front missing tooth.

Single Dental Implant​

A durable and long-term solution that involves placing an artificial root into the jawbone, topped with a crown, mimicking the function and look of a natural tooth.

Tradition Dental Bridge

A fixed solution that uses neighbouring teeth as support to bridge the gap created by the missing tooth, providing a natural appearance.

Stabilised Partial Denture

A non-fixed dental appliance designed to fill the gap of the missing tooth, as well as offering both functional and cosmetic benefits.

Comparison of Single Missing Tooth Replacement Options​

Partial Denture Dental Bridge Single Implant
Advantages Most economical, removable and adjustable. Resembles natural teeth. Doesn't require surgery, relatively quick process. Preserves natural tooth tissue, looks & feels like a natural tooth.
Drawbacks Not as stable as other options, may require periodic adjustments. Requires altering (shaving) adjacent healthy teeth, potential for reduced longevity. Requires surgical intervention; may not be suitable for everyone.
Fixed or Non-Fixed Non-fixed temporary solution Fixed solution Fixed longterm solution
Implant Count None None 1
Duration of Treatment 2-4 weeks 2-3 weeks 2-4 months (including healing)
Longevity Rating 3-8 years, may also need ongoing adjustments or replacement over time 5-10 years depending on care & location 10-20+ years

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.

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Real Post Teeth Replacement: Before & After Transformations

Selecting an appropriate method for tooth replacement might seem overwhelming. However, experiencing it firsthand can be convincing. Explore our collection of genuine patient experiences who have undergone their transformation with our assistance. Observe the realistic results of our meticulously executed and expert dental implant treatments.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, sleep dentistry is indeed available for tooth replacement at our clinic. While it’s a service that isn’t commonly offered by many dental practices, we recognise its importance for patients who might be anxious or apprehensive about dental procedures. We’re proud to provide this specialised service, ensuring a more comfortable and relaxed experience for our patients. If you’re considering this option, our dedicated staff are on hand to assist and guide you every step of the way. We aim to make your journey towards better oral health as seamless and comforting as possible.

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