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Dental Implants In NoosaIllustration of dental implant

In the past, missing teeth meant needing a denture, partial or other healthy teeth to support a fixed bridge. Today, the gold standard in tooth replacement is the modern dental implant.

Here are some advantages:

  • Outlast all other types of tooth replacements
  • Are non-invasive to other teeth
  • Can be used in pairs for multiple-tooth restorations
  • Are easy to care for and maintain
  • Offer the best return on investment


Holistic and Healthy for
Your Smile

Dental implants are the only tooth replacement treatment that’s non-invasive to your surrounding healthy teeth.

As independent structures, we use them to support many fixed restorations — from crowns and bridges to dentures — while helping you preserve the teeth you still have.

Likewise, implants support healthy bone structure, acting as support for your facial profile and neighbouring teeth. You won’t notice the shrinking bone height that causes an aged appearance, like you do when teeth have been missing for an extended period.

Understanding How They Work

A dental implant is a biocompatible, hypoallergenic device that acts as a prosthetic tooth root. We set it directly into your jaw, near the location of your missing tooth. After a period of time, your bone will fuse and retain the implant as if it were a permanent part of your body. A fully integrated implant is stronger than your natural teeth!

When replacing single teeth, an individual implant is topped off with a custom ceramic crown, which blends in with the teeth around it. During everyday conversations, no one should know you previously had a missing tooth.

For multiple teeth, we can use pairs of implants to support longer restorations, including multi-tooth dental bridges. A bridge that is 4-5 teeth long can be set on as few as two implants. Or, four strategically placed implants may be all you need to support a full-arch hybrid or removable overdenture.

Is the Procedure Painful?

A common misconception about dental implant treatment is that it’s painful. Not so.

In reality, getting implants is quite straightforward. And since everything is completed using local anaesthetic to numb your installation site, you shouldn’t feel any discomfort.

Recovery is just as easy! Aside from avoiding chewing on the area for several days, you can plan to stick to your regular daily routine.

Who Qualifies for Treatment

Before getting implants, we’ll need to make sure your gums are healthy and have adequate bone levels to support the implant itself. Sometimes, bone or soft tissue grafts are necessary.

Request Your Consultation Today

Contact Morton Dental today to schedule a consultation. We’ll let you know if dental implants are right for you.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.


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