Patient Education Brochures

Dental Implants Brochure

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a small “anchor” made of titanium that is used to replace missing teeth or ailing teeth that have been extracted. They are surgically implanted into the jawbone to function as the root of your missing tooth. Dental implants are designed to maintain your surrounding bone and gums and will replace your missing tooth with a natural-looking, long-lasting restoration.

For more information please feel free to read this brochure.

Oral Bone Loss Brochure

What you need to know about oral bone loss.

If you have missing teeth, you could be at an increased risk for oral bone loss. Ask your dentists today about treatments for slowing oral bone loss or replacing bone that has been lost.

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Ridge Preservation

Your guide to maintaining your smile.

Localised Ridge Preservation is recommended for temporary stabilization and preservation of the existing bone in that area. Ridge Preservation is used at the time of the removal of the tooth, This helps dramatically reduce the risk of bone loss.

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Implant Retained Tooth Replacement

Looking after your smile!

Teeth can be lost for several reasons, including cavities, periodontal disease or trauma. If you are missing your natural teeth. Your dentist may recommend dental implants to replace the roots of some of the missing teeth. Implant retained tooth replacements are teeth created and placed on dental implants to rebuild your tooth.

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Dental Implant FAQ’s

How much do dental implants cost?
Single implants usually require an investment between $5,000 – $6,000 per implant.
How long will the implant last?
Implants require the same amount of care as a natural tooth. With proper care and a regular oral hygiene routine, your dental implants should last a lifetime.
How long does the procedure take?
To fit an implant the procedure can take up to 3-5 hours, depending on a patient’s specific treatment plan and needs.
Do I need to be put under anaesthesia for the procedure?
No. Dental implants can be fitted to the patient by using a local anaesthetic or through “sleep dentistry”.

Sleep dentistry involves the use of IV Sedation. Sleep dentistry can help alleviate the anxiety often experienced by people when visiting the dentist. It is also a safer option than any general anaesthetic. Your sedation is managed by a professional medical doctor who monitors your condition during the implant procedure to ensure the highest levels of safety and comfort.

Best of all, sleep dentistry does not require hospitalisation, this means that your implant procedure can be done right here at Pasadena dental & Implant centre.

What are dental implants made of?
Dental implants are made up of variate biomaterials, However, titanium is the most commonly used material as its the most compatible with human biology.
I have been quoted less at other dentists... Why should I choose Pasadena Dental & Implant Centre?
At Pasadena Dental & Implant centre you will be taken care of by an expert team specialised in dental implant dentistry.

What Our Experience means for you;

  • Minimal discomfort and fast recoveries
  • Significant reduction in complication risks (e.g implant failure)
  • We use high-quality materials so your implants last a lifetime
  • By minimising the future risk your investment is significantly less over the lifetime of your implants

Want more information? Or would like to book a consultation for dental implants?

 

Call us today at 0870 781 813

 

 

We will examine your mouth, eliminate and identify risk factors and determine the correct course of treatment for you!