When it comes to replacing teeth that are missing or damaged, dental implants stand above all the other treatments.

As close as you’ll get to real teeth, dental implants are designed to look, feel, and work like your remaining natural teeth. When teeth are lost to tooth decay, gum disease or trauma, dental implants are a superior alternative to ordinary bridges or dentures to fill in the gaps. This leaves you with a fuller, and most importantly, healthier smile.

Until the end of September, we’re offering our dental implants at HALF-price.

Our dental implant treatments were $3,000 each, NOW $1,500.

What are dental implants?

In simple terms, a dental implant is a high-tech replacement tooth which mimics a real tooth in order to maintain proper function and form of your jaw. A titanium “root” is inserted into the jaw bone, which a crown is then attached too. This means implants work just like real teeth with real roots. With a dental implant, it will be like your old tooth never went missing. If cared for properly, the implant can last the duration of your lifetime.

5 major benefits of dental implants

1. Create a natural look and feel

The biggest upside of dental implants is that they look and behave just like the rest of your teeth. This means you bite and chewing function of your jaw is as good as new. Most people with dental implants struggle to tell the difference between their natural teeth and the imposter.

2. Long lasting 

Unlike bridges which may only last around 10 years, dental implants can last your lifetime with proper care. Because the implant is made from durable titanium and is designed to integrate with the jaw bone, unless there is a major complication, the implant won’t need to be replaced.

3. Implants maintain your jaw bone structure

Teeth play a vital role in stimulating jaw bone health. When teeth go missing, the jaw bone can lose density and deteriorate resulting in sagging facial appearance. This can include excess wrinkles around the mouth, thinning lips and pointier chin. Together, these effects can make a person look older than they truly are.

4. Keep your remaining teeth aligned

As well as maintaining your jaw structure, dental implants help to keep your remaining teeth properly aligned. When gaps appear between teeth, those adjacent tend to edge crookedly into the blank area. This pulls your teeth out of position and ultimately affects your ability to chew, speak and your overall appearance. Over the long-term, a gap can also lead to more complications like issues with your TMJ. With a dental implant, these issues are stopped before they begin.

5. Better all-round oral health

With dental implants, you can be sure that your all-round oral health is up to scratch. A gap in your teeth can lead to food being trapped and is a bacteria’s favourite place to hide. This can lead to gum disease requiring more extensive treatments. Moreover, while implants still need to be cared for, their artificial nature means that you’ll never have to worry about getting cavities. Lastly, unlike other tooth replacements, implants don’t affect your natural speaking ability.

With dental implants, your smile will be as full and healthy as ever.

The implant procedure

Every patient is unique, and the number of visits required to place the implants will vary. In simple cases, the implant can be completed over two visits. For more complex cases, multiple visits over the course of a few months may be necessary. At Crown Dental Group we customise our treatment to your individual needs to ensure that it is truly unique.

Crown Dental Group is here for you

Our team at Crown Dental Group has over 20 years of experience in delivering exceptional care. We pride ourselves on our team’s ability to provide treatment to the highest quality as well as build honest, supportive long-term relationships.

Tooth replacements are one of our specialities and we use the latest technology to provide you with treatments at the forefront of our field.

Get in touch today to find out more about restoring your smile to where it should be.

Terms and Conditions: This offer is limited until 30 September 2019. To qualify for this special offer, initial consultation with a dentist is required, as well as deposit to be paid prior to date of surgery. Total cost of procedure subject extensiveness of implants required.