Leading Specialist Dental Implant Clinic in Perth
If you’ve lost your natural teeth, had it with dentures that move around, been told you need a dental implant, or heard about dental implants and want to know more, we can help.
Find out your dental implant options and book in a complimentary consultation with Aria Dental today.
What are Dental Implants?
Dental Implants Perth has revolutionised the replacement of teeth. Depending on your personal needs, this procedure could be for a single tooth, multiple teeth or all of your teeth.
As you may know, each of our natural teeth are made up of a crown (the top part you use to eat) and a root (that connects the tooth to inside your jaw). A dental implant replicates these natural parts in order to give you the best results. A dental implant is made up of a crown (the top part you will use to eat with) and an implant fixture (a small titanium screw placed in your jaw) and an abutment (that connects the two parts together). This combination, the dental implant, is the preferred long-term treatment option to replace your missing tooth or teeth, as it offers the most natural looking, feeling and functioning result.
Types of Dental Implants
At Aria Dental in Perth, our prosthodontic treatments are designed to restore or replace natural function and appearance of your teeth.
We offer dental implant treatment plans for patients who are missing a single, multiple teeth or a full set of teeth. If you are thinking about dental implants, we can help!
Meet Dr Michael Zaninovich, Principal Prosthodontist
Aria’s Dental specialist Implant Centre in Perth is the home to Western Australian Principal Prosthodontist Dr Michael Zaninovich.
Principal Prosthodontist Dr Michael Zaninovich is one of only two Diplomates of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in Western Australia and the Aria Dental Perth CBD clinic regularly has patients travelling from regional, interstate and overseas to benefit from his care and expertise.
Internationally recognised for his accomplishments in dental implantology and a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, Dr Zaninovich and his team use advanced dental implant techniques and treatment care – for one, several or all missing teeth.
You’ll feel at home with Aria Dental, as we aim to provide a high-quality dental experience for all clients.
Aria Dental’s Principal Prosthodontist Dr Michael Zaninovich, offers a complimentary consult to any person who is would like to understand their dental implant treatment journey and the financial options when it comes to dental implants options in Perth.
To discuss your dental health needs and to book your complimentary dental implant appointment at Aria Dental’s specialised Dental Implants Centre, contact us today.
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Cost of Dental Implants in Australia
Every patient has different requirements, so dental implant costs do differ accordingly. However, we’ve put together the following information as an approximate guide on the cost of dental implants.
Depending on the quality, the final cost of dental implants in Australia range from approximately $3,500 to $6,000. All on Four costs in Australia start approximately around $15,000, but may be much more. Quoting on a dental implant treatment plan should be done at a dental implant appointment only, to allow for an accurate clinical assessment specific to you. That’s why the dental implants cost in Australia – or Perth – will differ person to person and why we don’t give dental implant quotes over the phone or online. However, we hope our 2020 dental implant pricing guide below is helpful. We encourage you to learn more about Aria Dental and how a dental specialist Prosthodontist can help guide you through your implant journey.
What to consider when reviewing the Cost of Dental Implants
When considering dental implants, it’s essential that you factor in all of the potential costs that you may be involved.
The Dental Implant
The dental implant itself is made up of three parts, the implanted fixture, the abutment and the crown. These can often be quoted in two stages, the implant fixture, then the abutment & the crown – make sure you are accounting for both. It’s important to consider the grade of the crown. Some dentists offer more generic and low quality crowns, but you may prefer a high quality, aesthetically designed and better fitting crown, which is what we use at Aria Dental.
Are you having dental implant surgery in a foreign country open to different levels of hygiene, or safe in Australia with our very high levels of monitored surgical sterilisation? Make sure you fully understand the risks and costs involved should things go wrong.
Are you getting a removable denture that is clipped on and off the dental implant or getting a fixed dental implant solution? If you have been missing teeth for a period of time, do you need a bone graft? If you still have some ‘old’ teeth that need to be removed, have you accounted for their removal? Are you just having a local anaesthetic, or would you prefer to have a higher level of sedation? Are you happy having a general dentist perform your treatment, or do you want a fully qualified and dental implant experienced specialist Prosthodontist to complete your oral surgery? Does your regular dentist have the experience to manage potential complications should problems occur?
Health insurance rebates
If you have major dental cover with a health insurance fund, you may get a reasonable amount of money back for your dental implant procedure; however, it won’t cover everything. The amount of cover depends on your health insurance fund, level of cover and how many years you’ve been with the fund. For an accurate rebate figure, you‘ll need to have had an initial consultation at Aria Dental and an itemised treatment plan provided for you. You can then check this treatment plan with your health insurance provider or we can give you a rebate summary via our HICAPS machine to find out approximately how much you will be refunded.
At Aria Dental, we provide you a detailed treatment plan and provide you with all the information about your procedure. After your dental implant have been placed, there is a level of post-treatment care and maintenance that will occur. The dental implant surgery is just the first step in a long relationship with your dental provider. The Aria Dental team will be there with you every step of the way.
How much do Dental Implants Cost at Aria Dental?
The cost of Dental Implants Perth at our Aria Dental clinic start from $4,500 for a single tooth fixed implant. However, how much dental implant/s will cost you will depend on a variety of issues, as no two people are the same.
To give you an indication of pricing, here are a few ball-park costs. These costs are before health insurance rebates, and payment plans are available for some, to make the procedure more financially manageable.
- Single Tooth Implant, fixture, abutment + crown, cost starts from $4,500
- Multiple Teeth Implant, depending on the number of teeth missing, cost starts from $7,500
- Full Arch Overdenture, support by implants, cost starts from $13,000
- Full Arch Fixed Implant, All on 4 implant cost starts from $20,000 (per jaw)
Everyone’s mouth is a bit different. Everyone’s needs are a bit different. Everyone’s cost is a bit different.
Treatment Payment Options
We recommend taking time to investigate your financial options before proceeding with your dental implant treatment plan. Discuss your treatment with your Health Fund, your family and/or your trusted financial adviser.
When accepting your treatment plan, our Dental Implant Treatment Coordinator will guide you through your treatment journey, including paying for your treatment and key payment dates. Whether it is self-funded or third-party financed, we do require you to settle your account in a timely manner, in accordance with our payment terms.
- 50% – Deposit to secure your surgery appointment
- 50% – Due on or before the day of surgery, prior to treatment
Other – as advised during your dental implant consult appointment, should you require bone grafting or other additional treatment during surgery, you will be invoiced for these costs post-treatment with the expectation that it will be settled within 2 business days.
Dental implant tourism: Bali & Thailand Implants
It’s important to understand the facts and the ADA’s (Australian Dental Association) stance around overseas dental clinics.
Dental implants like any other surgical or invasive procedure carries risks that come along with invasive procedures. Where you choose to have your dental implant procedure is up to you. Although wherever you choose, we strongly encourage you to do your research, thoroughly, and ensure you’re fully aware of all the risks before proceeding. Because dental implant placement is only the first of many steps. Ensure that your dentist of choice is an appropriately qualified health practitioner and has communicated the risks before proceeding. It is vital to cultivate a trusting, ongoing relationship with an experienced and highly qualified practitioner to care for you for years to come is imperative.
That’s why we also invite you to book a complimentary appointment with Dr Zaninovich before you make any decisions. He can assess your situation, offer valuable advice, and you also may find that our prices aren’t nearly as high as you thought.
Dental Implants FAQs
We’ve put together some of the most common dental implant FAQs to help you make an informed decision.
What are dental implants?
Am I a suitable candidate for dental implants?
Do all dentists provide implant dentistry?
Not all dentists are trained in implant dentistry. It is important to understand that there is significant variation in not only the cost but the quality of your dental implant treatment. The factors that influence the quality and outcome of your dental implant treatment include the:
- formal qualifications, experience and expertise of the dental surgeon
- type of dental implant used; not all implants are the same
- equipment and facilities used to perform the procedure
- skill of the dental technician when fabricating the dental implant prosthesis
- dental laboratory and materials used to fabricate the dental implant prosthesis
When choosing where to have your dental implant treatment, please consider every detail carefully. There should be very little or no compromise in terms of the quality of the materials used and you should be proud to say ‘your my implant dentist’.
Are dental implants expensive?
The initial cost of having a dental implant procedure is greater than that of a denture or a tooth-supported fixed bridge. If maintained adequately, however, implants can last a lifetime, making the long-term cost affordable.
When considering costs, it is also important to consider the ‘biological cost’ of dental treatment; that is, the biological impact it has on the tooth and the likelihood of needing future treatment. The biological cost of having a denture or a tooth-supported bridge is far greater than that of an implant, and when this is taken into consideration, the dental implant is much more cost-effective.
Is dental implant surgery painful?
How long will dental implants last?
How do I take care of my dental implants?
What are the complications that can occur with dental implants?
Dental implants are safe and effective and have a very high success rate. However, as with all dental treatments, there are risks involved when placing dental implants. These may include:
- Infection at the implant site
- Injury or damage to surrounding structures, such as other teeth or blood vessels
- Nerve damage, which can cause pain, numbness or tingling in your natural teeth, gums, lips or chin
- Sinus problems, when dental implants placed in the upper jaw protrude into one of your sinus cavities
There are also several risk factors that may increase the risk of implant failure such as smoking and periodontal disease. It is important to discuss any general medical conditions such as diabetes and osteoporosis with your dental surgeon before commencing dental implant treatment.
Optimal home care and professional maintenance will also reduce the risk of any future complications or infection so your dental implants can last you a lifetime!
What happens if I don’t replace my missing teeth?
Why are dental implants better than dentures?
Dentures are often ill-fitting and uncomfortable to wear, making it difficult to speak clearly and eat a wide variety of foods. Many conventional denture wearers have a restricted nutritional intake – even when eating alone – as they find it difficult to chew their food. This restricted nutritional intake can have a detrimental effect on their health and emotional well-being. With dental implants, your new replacement teeth are far more stable, allowing you to function as if you would with normal teeth.
Additionally, as dentures sit on top of the gums and are not anchored to the jawbone, they don’t stimulate the bone, resulting in increased bone loss. Conversely, dental implants keep the bone stimulated, healthy and strong. Read more about the benefits of implants here.
What affects the cost of dental implants in Perth?
Not all dental implant treatments are the same, and there are many factors that affect the cost of dental implants in Perth. Being aware of these factors should help put the cost of your implant in perspective.
The type of dental implant used
The implant fixture costs can vary depending on the quality, country of manufacture and scientific data backing the product.
The equipment and facilities used to perform the procedure
Modern technology comes at a cost. Practices with more technologically advanced equipment will often have higher fees to enable them to deliver the best treatment modalities available.
The labour costs
The skill level and experience of the support staff, particularly the clinical assistants, also plays a role in determining the cost of dental implant treatment. Like dentists, clinical nurses need to be trained for dental implant procedures. Consequently, the labour costs are higher than those for general dental treatment. Cost of Dental Implants Perth should only be one of the factors in your decision making process.
The skill of the dental technician in fabricating the dental implant prosthesis
As with most prosthodontic procedures, the dental technician and ceramist plays an important role in the final result of your implants as they physically fabricate the restorations /crowns. They are often underestimated as they work ‘behind the scenes’. Having an experienced dental technician consequently comes at a higher cost.
The dental laboratory and materials used to fabricate the dental implant prosthesis
We recommend you think very carefully before deciding where you have your dental implant treatment. When it comes to the quality of the materials, there should be little or no compromise. Laboratory fees can vary significantly depending on where the restoration is made and the materials that are used. Cost of Dental Implants Perth should only be one of the factors in your decision-making process.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Cost of Dental Implants Perth is only one factor you should consider.
Are there alternative options to dentist implants?
Yes, if dental implants are not an option for you, your Dentist or dental specialist will advise alternative options. Alternatives to implants include a tooth-supported fixed bridge, partial dentures, complete dentures, or a resin-bonded bridge.
It is important to speak to your health practitioner on your suitability to proceed with any surgical or invasive procedure.
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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