What are Teeth on Implants® dental implants?
The Teeth on Implants® dental implants system is a revolutionary dental technique that offers a permanent solution to missing teeth. The treatment refers to supporting all teeth on multiple implants, making them look, feel and function just like natural teeth. The procedure is particularly suitable for patients who may have missing, decayed or broken/chipped teeth.
Teeth on Implants®dental implants can support a whole arch of teeth using only four implants. This can be used on either the upper or lower jaw and immediately replaces missing teeth which not only look and feel similar to your natural teeth, but function normally also.
Main benefits of dental implants
- Speak and eat with renewed confidence and comfort.
- Efficient treatment and recovery time.
- Minimal maintenance.
- Safe, secure, and affordable.
Meet the dental implant experts at Empire Bay Dental
The exclusive providers of Teeth on Implants® | Dental Implants on the Central Coast
Dr Ned Restom is a pioneer and leader in the field of implant dentistry. He’s completed accreditation through the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry, completed the Master Series in Implant Dentistry at the Brenner Institute, the Master Series in Implantology at the California Implant Institute, and has recently received the Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology (ABOI), one the highest achievements in the field of Implant surgery!
Why are dental implants needed?
- To replace one or more missing teeth without damaging the adjacent teeth.
- Stabilises uncomfortable dentures.
- As a solution for people who are missing a single tooth, several teeth or to replace on entire jaw of teeth either by anchoring a full fixed mouth of teeth on a denture or to a fixed bar that is attached to the implants.
- Allows people to replace their unhealthy teeth with healthy options, which restores their confidence and functionality
How can Teeth on Implants® improve your smile?
Teeth on Implants® is a complete oral rehabilitation that will give you beautiful looking teeth and allow you to speak, smile and laugh with renewed confidence. Your new set of teeth will be perfectly aligned and have just the right shade to match the rest of your remaining natural teeth if you choose to restore only one arch.
Functionally, your new Teeth on Implants® bridge will work just as well as normal and healthy natural teeth. Since it is a fixed replacement, you don’t have to worry about having your teeth fall out like you would with dentures.
Your new Teeth on Implants® bridge will also be modeled and designed using advanced CAD/CAM technology to make sure you get a perfect fit. Before getting the implant surgery our dentists will perform a 3D scan of your jaw, gums and teeth which ensures that extremely accurate measurements are made so that your new set of implants supported bridges will come out perfectly the first time around.
Common questions answered on dental implants
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Please note that all surgical procedures carry risks including infection. These treatments do not apply to and cannot be performed on anyone. A process of thorough examinations and assessment is required, and the outcomes may vary depending on multiple factors.
Central Coast leaders in Teeth on Implants®
Did you know that our practice is one of the few on the Central Coast to perform Teeth on Implants®?
Dr Ned Restom, Practice Principal of Empire Bay Dental is a leader local leader and expert in the field of implantology, he is also a founder of the Australasian Implant Academy (AIA) who teach other dentists skills in implants.
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