best dental implant in sydney

What Are Dental Implants?

Digital vs Traditional Implants

So what are dental implants?

Implant-based restorations are the ultimate in natural teeth replacement and are without exception, the closest you’ll get to a healthy looking natural smile. They give you the opportunity to live your life how you want to, without having to worry about your smile.

Here at Digital Dental Surgery Sydney, we’re affiliated to the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry, so not only are we at the forefront of implant dentistry in Australia, we also deliver the most advanced and innovative digital implant techniques.

Just imagine being able to eat all the foods you love again, laugh without having to cover your mouth and smile without feeling self-conscious. Now imagine a fully digitalised dental implant process that delivers these solutions in a safe, speedy and accurate way. That’s how digital dental implants can help!

Whether you opt for a single tooth implant or multiple dental implants, they’re more than just a replacement for your teeth. Instead the digital teeth implants process is a life-changing source of relief and confidence boost.

What Are Dental Implants?

Digital vs Traditional Implants

So what are dental implants?

Implant-based restorations are the ultimate in natural teeth replacement and are without exception, the closest you’ll get to a healthy looking natural smile. They give you the opportunity to live your life how you want to, without having to worry about your smile.

Here at Digital Dental Surgery Sydney, we’re affiliated to the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry, so not only are we at the forefront of implant dentistry in Australia, we also deliver the most advanced and innovative digital implant techniques.

Just imagine being able to eat all the foods you love again, laugh without having to cover your mouth and smile without feeling self-conscious. Now imagine a fully digitalised dental implant process that delivers these solutions in a safe, speedy and accurate way. That’s how digital dental implants can help!

Whether you opt for a single tooth implant or multiple dental implants, they’re more than just a replacement for your teeth. Instead the digital teeth implants process is a life-changing source of relief and confidence boost.

digital dental implant in sydney

What are dental implants and how does a tooth implant work?

Dental implants have been around for over 50 years and during that time they’ve undergone several stages of innovation.  Now, computer-guided flapless surgery utilises the latest technology giving a far more superior solution for both clinician and patient in terms of placement accuracy, implant stability and overall comfort. We use the very latest digital DIOnavi system to ensure a safer and more accurate placement.

Think of a dental implant as an artificial tooth root. Once it’s anchored into your jaw the titanium post bonds with your natural bone over time, creating a sturdy platform which can be used to support an artificial crown or bridge. Using the all on 4 dental implants technique it’s also possible to support a full arch of replacement teeth. Once in place, implants have been known to last for many years.

Benefits of a Digital vs Traditional Implant

While digital and traditional implants offer the same benefits once the implant and crown are in position, digitalising the dental implant procedure means the following advantages are realised:

● Virtual impression taking means fewer retakes and less inconsistency
● Flapless surgery equals to shorter surgery time (sometimes as little as 15-20 minutes)
● A more comfortable process is experienced with faster healing
● Greater accuracy is achieved leading to a perfect bite (occlusion) and better long-term stability
● Computer-guided technology means that implants can (in many instances) be placed into compromised jaw bone
● Less dental visits, which is great for people with busy schedules

dio dental implant in sydney

What are dental implants and how does a tooth implant work?

Dental implants have been around for over 50 years and during that time they’ve undergone several stages of innovation.  Now, computer-guided flapless surgery utilises the latest technology giving a far more superior solution for both clinician and patient in terms of placement accuracy, implant stability and overall comfort. We use the very latest digital DIOnavi system to ensure a safer and more accurate placement.

evolution-of-dental-implant

Think of a dental implant as an artificial tooth root. Once it’s anchored into your jaw the titanium post bonds with your natural bone over time, creating a sturdy platform which can be used to support an artificial crown or bridge. Using the all on 4 dental implants technique it’s also possible to support a full arch of replacement teeth. Once in place, implants have been known to last for many years.

Benefits of a Digital vs Traditional Implant

dio dental implant in sydney

While digital and traditional implants offer the same benefits once the implant and crown are in position, digitalising the dental implant procedure means the following advantages are realised:

● Virtual impression taking means fewer retakes and less inconsistency

● Flapless surgery equals to shorter surgery time (sometimes as little as 15-20 minutes)

● A more comfortable process is experienced with faster healing

● Greater accuracy is achieved leading to a perfect bite (occlusion) and better long-term stability

● Computer-guided technology means that implants can (in many instances) be placed into compromised jaw bone

● Less dental visits, which is great for people with busy schedules

Why choose digital dentistry when opting for a single tooth implant?

Traditionally the teeth implants process has always been carried out using hand and eye
co-ordinated surgery. Utilising a digital dental implants procedure not only minimises the risks but because the flapless surgery process is less invasive, it provides greater patient comfort while reducing surgery time. In other words,

We can perform the implant placement procedure:

● More quickly

● More comfortably and…

● More safely than ever before!

Why choose digital dentistry when opting for a single tooth implant?

Traditionally the teeth implants process has always been carried out using hand and eye
co-ordinated surgery. Utilising a digital dental implants procedure not only minimises the risks but because the flapless surgery process is less invasive, it provides greater patient comfort while reducing surgery time. In other words,

We can perform the implant placement procedure:

● More quickly

● More comfortably and…

● More safely than ever before!

Here’s how the digital experience works…

digital dental implant procedure in sydney
digital dental implant procedure in sydney
Consultation and scanning

After an initial consultation, the teeth implants process starts with a comprehensive digital oral and 3D scan. This allows us to construct a virtual and exact model of your mouth and teeth. 

Dental Implant planning

Using the model we’ll investigate possible surgical scenarios and from this, determine the optimum solution for you. This takes into account the location of high-risk structures such as the nerves and sinuses.

3D surgical guide

Next a 3D surgical guide is printed using the information taken from your virtual model. This ensures your DIO implant is placed in exactly the right position when undertaking the dental implant procedure.

Implant placement

Finally, using computer-guided techniques we’ll place your tooth implant using minimal-incision ‘flapless‘ surgery. For you, this means a comfortable experience with no sutures, little or no bleeding, speedy treatment, and less pain, if any.

To find out more about how digitalised dental implant placement can benefit you, then our experienced team are here to help. Call us for a consultation on (02) 8294 5812 – Sydney and (02) 8294 8656 – Gosford and let us show you a speedy and dynamic way to get the smile you want.

To find out more about how digitalised dental implant placement can benefit you, then our experienced team are here to help. Call us for a consultation on (02) 8294 5812 – Sydney and (02) 8294 8656 – Gosford and let us show you a speedy and dynamic way to get the smile you want.

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