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Indistinguishable Tooth Implants for a Natural Look

We Are Sydney Dental Implants

At The Dental Practice Burwood

Indistinguishable Tooth Implants for a Natural Look

We Are Sydney Dental Implants

At The Dental Practice Burwood

Learn more about Single Tooth Implants at Sydney Dental Implants.

Learn more about Single Tooth Implants at Sydney Dental Implants.

Want a Full, Complete Smile? Replace Missing Teeth with Elegantly Crafted Tooth Implants!

Experience Unparalleled Excellence at Sydney Dental Implants: Your Destination for Single Tooth Perfection. Our elite team of dental artisans are dedicated to crafting your most radiant and confident smile, meticulously focusing on each individual tooth restoration.

What's a Single Tooth Implant?

A single-tooth implant, an intricate dental solution, replaces a missing tooth with a titanium post implanted into the jawbone, mimicking the original root. This technique enhances your smile’s aesthetics and ensures jawbone integrity, providing a robust and natural-feeling tooth replacement.

The outcome of a single-tooth implant is a stable, authentic-looking solution for a missing tooth, bypassing the necessity for removable prosthetics. Tailored for aesthetic harmony and practical utility, this implant offers individuals a durable, seamless option that adeptly replicates the sensation and look of a real tooth.

"Undergoing the single tooth implant procedure has transformed my life. The difference it's made to my smile is astounding! My implant looks and feels just like a natural tooth! The results have exceeded my expectations, and I only wish I had decided to do this earlier."

Single Tooth Implant Cost?

In Sydney, the cost for a single tooth implant starts from around $6,490, which covers the implant itself. These figures represent out-of-pocket expenses, not accounting for any private health insurance coverage you might have. This total includes consultation fees, but the final cost could vary based on individual needs, treatment types, and the number of implants required.

The overall price encompasses consultation, the implant, the metal abutment, crown creation, surgical fees, and any necessary bone grafts or additional procedures, like CT scans or tooth extractions, depending on specific oral health conditions. The complexity of each case, such as the need to address gum disease or other complications, makes it challenging to estimate the exact cost without a detailed consultation.

Single Tooth Implant Placement

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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    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 Tooth Implant Treatment Process?

4 Steps to Placing a Single Tooth Implant

This first step is your introduction to our personalised implant journey. During this Initial session, we discuss your dental history, current needs, and desired outcomes. It’s an opportunity for you to ask questions and for us to understand your specific case, ensuring that a single tooth implant is the right solution for you.

Utilising cutting-edge technology, we conduct a thorough assessment of your oral structure. Our digital 3D dental mapping provides a detailed view of your jawbone, surrounding teeth, and gums. This precision imaging is crucial for planning the implant procedure, ensuring the best possible fit and alignment with your natural teeth.

  1. Damaged Tooth Removal: The first step involves the careful removal of the damaged or decayed tooth. This is done with precision and care to ensure minimal discomfort and to prepare the site for the implant. Our team ensures that this process is as comfortable and efficient as possible. 

  2. Jawbone Preparation (Grafting), When Needed: In some cases, the jawbone might not have sufficient density to support an implant. If this is the case, we perform a bone grafting procedure to strengthen the jawbone. This process involves adding bone or a bone-like material to the jaw to create a solid base for the implant.

  3. Dental Implant Placement: Once the site is ready, we proceed with placing the dental implant. This involves inserting a titanium post into the jawbone, which will serve as the root for the new tooth. This procedure is carried out with meticulous attention to detail to ensure optimal placement and success.

  4. Bone Growth and Healing: After the implant is placed, a crucial period of bone growth and healing, known as osseointegration, begins. During this phase, the jawbone grows around and bonds with the implant, creating a strong foundation for the artificial tooth. This process can take several weeks or months, depending on individual healing rates.

  5. Abutment Placement: Once the implant has bonded with the jawbone, we place the abutment, which is a small connector piece that will hold the artificial tooth. This step may involve a minor surgical procedure to expose the implant and fit the abutment.

  6. Artificial Tooth Placement: The final step is the placement of the artificial tooth, or crown, onto the abutment. This tooth is custom-made to match the colour, shape, and size of your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and aesthetically pleasing result. With the crown in place, your implant procedure is complete, leaving you with a functional, durable, and beautiful new tooth.

Caring for your new tooth mirrors the upkeep of natural ones, given their permanent nature. It’s advised to brush diligently twice daily. In the initial post-procedure months, favouring a softer diet—like noodles, eggs, or poultry—will aid the osseointegration of the implant with the jawbone.

Routine dental visits ensure your smooth transition and minimise rick for optimal dental health.

A few months post-implant, Sydney Dental Implants will evaluate the implant’s integration and, if required, make minor tweaks. Once implants are firmly anchored, you can enjoy all food varieties.

For the long run, stick to basic dental care routines and schedule periodic professional cleanings, similar to natural tooth care!

The Benefits of Single Tooth Implants

Considering a single tooth implant at Sydney Dental Implants? We encourage you to discover the numerous benefits this precise and effective procedure can provide as you make this important decision for your dental health.

  • Natural Look and Feel!

    Single tooth implants are designed to closely mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth. They blend seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, providing a natural look and feel.

  • High Success Rate!

    Single tooth implants have a high success rate, largely attributed to modern dental technologies and techniques. This makes them a reliable and effective solution for tooth replacement.

  • Jawbone Preservation!

    Implants stimulate the jawbone, preventing bone loss that typically occurs with missing teeth. This helps in maintaining the integrity of the facial structure and prevents the aging look often associated with tooth loss.

  • Longevity and Durability!

    Single tooth implants are known for their durability and can last a lifetime with proper care. Unlike bridges or dentures, which may need replacement or adjustment, implants are a long-term solution.

  • Improved Oral Health!

    Unlike bridges, which require altering adjacent teeth, single tooth implants do not affect neighboring teeth. This means that more of your natural teeth are left intact, promoting long-term oral health.

  • Ideal Comfort and Confidence!

    Implants are anchored in your jawbone just like natural teeth, eliminating the discomfort often experienced with dentures. They also restore full chewing power, allowing you to enjoy a wide range of foods.

Please note that while these benefits highlight the potential advantages of single tooth implants, individual results may vary. The suitability and success of dental implants depend on various factors, including overall dental health, jawbone density, and individual medical conditions. We recommend consulting with a qualified dental professional to discuss your specific needs and to determine if single tooth implants are the right choice for you.


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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Single Tooth Implant Vs Tradition Dental Bridge Comparison

Choosing between a Single Tooth Implant and a Traditional Dental Bridge for replacing a missing tooth can be challenging. To help you make an informed decision, we’ve created a concise comparison table. It highlights each option’s key differences, benefits, and considerations, providing you with essential information at a glance. Explore our table below for a quick guide on these two dental solutions.

Options Single Tooth Implant Traditional Dental Bridge
Advantages Mimics natural tooth; doesn't affect adjacent teeth; preserves jawbone. Less invasive than implants; typically quicker procedure; no surgery required.
Drawbacks More invasive (surgery required); higher initial cost. Requires alteration of adjacent healthy teeth; can have shorter lifespan.
Fixed or Removable Fixed Fixed
Implant Count 1 None (but relies on adjacent teeth for support)
Duration of Treatment 2-6 months (including healing time) 2-3 weeks
Cost Range $6,000-$7,000 (varies by region and specific case) $2,000-$3,000 (varies by region and specific case)
Maintenance Requirements Similar to natural teeth; regular dental hygiene and check-ups. Similar to natural teeth but may require extra care for the supporting teeth.
Longevity 15-20 years or more with proper care 5-15 years, depending on care and location

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 SDI Implant Patients: Before & After Transformations

Choosing the right solution for replacing a missing tooth with a single tooth implant can be a significant decision. To help in this process, viewing actual patient outcomes can be very enlightening. We invite you to browse our gallery showcasing real patient stories who have undergone single tooth implant procedures under our care.


Frequently Asked Questions

Your tooth implant procedure will involve local anesthesia to numb the area being worked on. However, if you’re particularly anxious or if the procedure is complex, we are able to provide sleep sedation options. These can range from oral sedatives to IV sedation, depending on your needs. It’s important to discuss your concerns and preferences with our team before the procedure.

You shouldn’t feel any pain during the procedure due to the anesthesia. After the procedure, you may experience some discomfort or mild pain as the anesthesia wears off. This is typically manageable with over-the-counter pain relievers. Our team will provide specific aftercare instructions to minimise any discomfort.

We do not advise going overseas for dental implants as it creates extra risks due to potential differences in regulatory standards, training, and materials used. For example, getting the surgery overseas complicates post-operation follow-up care. Such complications include difficulty in monitoring the healing process, addressing potential complications, making necessary adjustments, and receiving guidance on oral hygiene specific to dental implants. These challenges are exacerbated by potential communication barriers, inconsistency in treatment standards, and the additional costs and inconvenience of travel for follow-up visits.

Therefore, it’s generally safer and more practical to have dental implants placed and cared for by a local dental professional who can provide consistent, accessible follow-up care.

Active gum disease can be a barrier to getting a dental implant, as it can affect the health of the gums and the bone needed to support the implant. Before proceeding with an implant, treating any gum disease is essential. By booking a consultation with one of our dentists or oral health therapists who will be able to evaluate your oral health and determine whether you’re a candidate for implants.

Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care and good oral hygiene. The crown attached to the implant, however, typically lasts about 10 to 15 years before it may need replacement due to wear and tear.

The actual implant surgery usually takes 1-2 hours per implant. However, the entire process, from initial evaluation to final placement of the crown, can take several months. This includes time for healing and for the implant to integrate with the jawbone in a process called osseointegration.

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