Dental Implants in Camberwell
Replace missing teeth with dental implants
Feel confident and comfortable without teeth slipping, breaking or shifting when smiling, eating, biting or talking. The loss of a tooth can be emotionally devastating, but dental implants can replace the missing tooth, recapturing the vibrant nature of your smile and tooth function again.
Or, if you have no teeth left altogether, dental implants can achieve a more stable and natural-looking smile, just as though you have an original set of teeth.
Implants can be used to either replace missing teeth, support dental bridges or to secure dentures. They look, feel, and function like real teeth, and with proper care they can last a lifetime.
The benefits of dental implants
They look like real teeth.
Enjoy a varied diet
without experiencing pain. You’ll regain the full strength of your bite again so that you can eat and chew the foods you love without pain or irritation.
Reduce serious dental problems
Dental implants prevent the many side effects of missing teeth, like gum recession, bone loss and speech difficulties.
They act and feel like real teeth and don’t harm adjacent teeth.
Dental implant restorations never decay.
Limit sunken cheeks
Dental implants prevent bone loss so they preserve the appearance of your face. (Some people suffering from bone loss can experience symptoms like sunken cheekbones and changes to facial structures).
With dental implants there is no longer a need to use distasteful “glue” when your prosthesis is anchored to implants.
Minimise permanent damage
Dental implants decrease strain on other teeth that can result in permanent damage to them.
Maintain Bone Structure
Dental implants can help maintain your bone structure and support your facial tissues.
Less plastic. More taste
With less plastic covering the roof of your mouth, you can enjoy natural flavours and sensations/textures again.
During the surgery you’ll experience no discomfort due to the anaesthetic. All of our patients are amazed at how painless this procedure is. We’ll give you a mild painkiller for the next day, and you’ll be able to continue your normal routine activities the day after the procedure.