Restorative Implants Bundoora

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After implant surgery is completed, we can begin to make your restorations which may be an implant crown, bridge or denture. This is an exciting part of the treatment and we take the time to ensure your restorative implants will look and feel absolutely perfect.

Restorative Implants Bundoora

Will My Restorative Implant Look and Feel Natural?

Every single restoration is carefully designed, taking into account a number of different factors. We will make sure that your restoration is fully functional so it will closely replicate the natural form of a tooth, allowing you to bite and chew with confidence. At the same time, we want to make sure your restorative implant looks wonderful and often it may look better than your original teeth, especially if they were broken down, discoloured or badly decayed.

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What Are Restorative Implants Made from?

Our restorative dental implants are made from the very highest quality materials that will closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth. Your restorative implant will be made by skilled dental technicians using the very latest porcelains and who will closely follow our detailed instructions. Some restorative implants have a precious metal base that is covered up with porcelain while others may be entirely metal-free. If aesthetics is particularly important to you, it’s worth enquiring about this option as our all-ceramic restorative implants can look amazing.

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How Do I Look after Implant Teeth?

Dental implant teeth are very easy to look after, but it is important to maintain good oral hygiene at home and to keep up with professional dental care. Regular dental examinations and hygiene appointments will help keep your restorative implants in great shape.

If you would like to schedule a consultation, please call us on (03) 9467 6759 or visit the practice at Suite 5, Level 1, 20 Scholar Drive, Bundoora VIC 3083.

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