Multiple Teeth Implants Perth

Dental implants give you stable, secure replacement teeth that look and feel just like your own.

Providing unbeatable stability

Multiple teeth implants are the preferred solution if you have several missing teeth – or badly damaged teeth. They offer the most stability for your replacement teeth, allowing you to enjoy the freedom of talking and laughing freely, and eating well again.

A common misconception with dental implants is that you need one implant per missing tooth, which is not the case. Implants can provide the base for several missing teeth, in many instances. So if you’re thinking about dental implants, don’t jump to any conclusions regarding your requirements. Come to Aria Dental, in Perth’s CBD for a free consultation, and talk to a specialist. You may be pleasantly surprised.

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Benefits of dental implants

Dental implants are the preferred option if you’re missing several teeth. Here’s why:

  • Appearance – giving the lifelike appearance of your natural teeth, more so than partial dentures
  • Alignment – dental implants prevent neighbouring teeth from spreading, creating alignment problems
  • No more partial dentures – with implants, you no longer have to deal with dentures, and the associated problems and responsibilities, such as loose dentures, sores, discomfort, the expense of denture relines or purchasing new dentures every few years
  • Bone density – helps prevent bone resorption (bone loss is a common problem when natural tooth roots are no longer available to stimulate the bone)
  • Function – enjoy eating a greater range of foods such as fresh fruit, vegetables and steaks, improving your nutrition, as well as the psychological benefit of eating, talking, coughing and laughing more freely, without fear of displacing your dentures

Book your complimentary consultation with a leading Perth dental specialist today.

Teeth Implant options

If you are missing multiple teeth, it’s likely you won’t need one implant per tooth. Depending on your circumstances, various treatment options are available where the implants work as a base holding several replacement teeth. Generally, there are two main options:

Dental implant bridge

In some cases, an implant-supported bridge or a dental implant bridge may be a suitable treatment option for you. With an implant supported-bridge, two dental implants will act as pillars of support for the crowns placed in between.

When replacing multiple teeth, an implant-supported bridge will eliminate the need for a removable partial denture, providing a highly aesthetic and functional alternative.

Implant-supported denture

An implant-supported denture (overdenture) is a denture attached to tooth implants, with the implants providing improved stability and support. They are unlike regular (conventional) dentures which sit on the gumline without support.

Implant dentures provide far better stability and comfort than conventional dentures. The price of an All on 2 implant bridge (removable) per jaw, is from $8,000.


We’ll thoroughly assess your teeth and gums. Relevant diagnostic information such as x-rays and digital models will be taken for accurate planning.


This can be completed under oral sedation for comfort.

For the aesthetic zone (anterior of the mouth), a provisional fixed or removable bridge can be fabricated for you during the healing period.


We take time to select the appropriate colours and contours of your new teeth to maximise the aesthetics and customise your teeth to suit you.


A definitive (final) bridge prosthesis will be fabricated and placed onto your dental implants.

Our dental implant services are used by patients from anywhere in Western Australia. With our Perth CBD location, we are particularly accessible for patients in West Perth, East Perth, South Perth, North Perth, Leederville, Highgate, Victoria Park, Shenton Park, Northbridge, Subiaco and surrounding suburbs.

Why choose Aria Dental?

Complimentary initial consultation for dental implant patients

Provide in-house treatment, dental implant expertise & advice – no need for travel

In-house lab – improves service, saves time

A specialist dental clinic – with leading dental implant dentists & registered dental specialists

Reduced waiting time – new patients seen within a week

In-house sedation – make your visit stress free with our different Sleep Dentistry options

Specialises in difficult cases – using advanced evidence-based treatments

Same-day teeth – advanced technology allows new teeth in a day in just one day

Flexible pricing – talk to us

Pretty Penny Dental Finance

Flexible Dental Payment Plans

Perth-based Pretty Penny Finance can help remove the financial stress of your procedure. Get simple, tailor-made payment plans suitable for your budget & lifestyle with competitive rates & fast approvals.

Understanding osseointegration

Osseointegration is the process where a direct connection between living bone and the surface of a load-carrying implant is made. Put simply, once we place an implant into the bone, the bone grows up to the surface of the implant, stabilising it without any other fibres or tissues between the implant and bone.

Understanding bone resorption

When our teeth disappear, so do our tooth roots. And tooth roots play an important part in keeping your jawbone stimulated – and strong. Without this stimulation, our bone starts to resorb back into the body. This process can become quite noticeable, with the patient’s mouth and lower third of the face falling inwards. Tooth implants can help prevent this bone resorption the by simulating the bone and keeping it strong.

Illustration of Bone Resorption (loss) when missing teeth

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

Frequently asked questions

Do I need an implant for every missing tooth?

No, you do not need an implant for every tooth missing. Often, only a small percentage of implants are required to support the amount of missing teeth.

Am I a suitable candidate for dental implants?

Most adults can have dental implants, providing your jaw has finished growing and you are in good health. Ideally, you should not smoke, be free of periodontal disease and not have medical conditions such as diabetes and osteoporosis.

If you are missing one, several or all your teeth, you may be a candidate for implants. You’ll need to have adequate bone in your jaw for implants, so if you’ve been missing teeth for many years, some of the bone may have resorbed. If this has happened, you may require a bone graft or sinus lift before your implant procedure.

Why are dental implants better than removable dentures?

Removable dentures do not offer the stability that dental implants provide. For many people, they can feel loose, bulky or uncomfortable. Important everyday tasks such as eating and talking are difficult. Unlike implants, dentures do not provide enough stimulation to the jawbone, so the remaining bone tissue continues to waste away.

Are implants safe?

All surgical procedures carry some risk. However, problems associated with dental implants (when placed correctly by a qualified practitioner) are rare. Dental implants are considered biocompatible,  which means they are not rejected by the body, and integrate well with the bone and gums.

Book your complimentary consultation with a leading Perth dental specialist today

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