Dentist Hobart - Hobart

Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Item details

City: Hobart, Tasmania
Offer type: Offer

Contacts

Contact name Hopkins Dental
Phone (03) 6278 1066

Item description

An Implant is an artificial version of a tooth root that is surgically placed in the jaw to support a false tooth or teeth. They mimic as closely as possible a natural tooth or teeth; by providing function, aesthetics, preventing adjacent tooth movement, further bone loss and obscuring unsightly spaces caused by the loss of a natural tooth.

Replacing lost teeth with Implants has many benefits over traditional fixed or removable appliances such as Crown and Bridge work or Dentures, as they only involve the space left behind from a missing tooth. They are highly conservative, sparing surrounding healthy teeth from unnecessary interference and tooth structure loss.

They are designed to withstand greater biting forces, integrating into the natural jawbone preventing bone loss and collapse of the facial arches and soft tissues. Implants have a natural appearance that can be relied upon to function just like a normal tooth and most importantly give you the confidence to smile, speak and eat without fear of mishap.

It is never too late to ask whether an Implant is possible for you – for one tooth or for large areas of tooth loss including full arches, reducing the need to consider less functional options such as dentures.

Implants are an option for anyone who has experienced tooth loss but like all dental procedures, they do require consultation and special planning, to assess the suitability of the area and your specific requirements.

Hopkins Dental has invested in the latest 3D technology to scan the jaws and visualise the potential implantation site, combined with the expertise of the surgeon and the best the world has to offer in Implants, to ensure you get the best possible results.

From the initial consultation to the final Crown restoration of the Implant, your Dental Surgeon will monitor and aid you in the care of your original dentition and the Implant whilst healing and beyond.

The Implant process does take time, several months in fact, which begins with Consultation and Treatment planning – utilising the Orthophos XG-3D CBT/OPG Dental Imaging System, the taking of Impressions/Models of the dentition, Quotation of all facets of the treatment, and most importantly Questions and queries.
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