Single Tooth Implants Perth

A stable, natural-looking solution for your missing tooth.

The preferred long-term solution for tooth replacement.

(2019 cost for a single restored implant: placement, abutment + crown: from $3,750*)

A tooth implant and dental crown is the ideal solution if you’ve lost or are losing one of your natural teeth. Dental implants are small titanium screws that are inserted into the jawbone, below the gum line. They act as an artificial tooth root, anchoring your new tooth replacement above. They offer many benefits – being a safe, long-lasting, lifelike solution, and also help keep your neighbouring teeth aligned and untouched.

A missing tooth can affect the way you talk, eat and feel – and affect your appearance. Whether you have lost your tooth through injury, illness or disease, Aria Dental, in Perth’s CBD, offers affordable tooth implant solutions for a single missing or broken down tooth replacement.

When we talk of a single tooth replacement, keep in mind that more than just the  implant is required. Your newly restored tooth consist of three parts. There is the titanium implant; the abutment, which is the part that connects the implant to the crown; and then the restoration or crown.

If preferred, your tooth implant, along with your new replacement tooth – a dental crown – may now be placed in a single sitting using our revolutionary Same Day Teeth procedure.

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Benefits of dental implants

  • Appearance – Providing a beautiful, lifelike appearance of your natural teeth
  • Avoids bone resorption – Helps maintain bone density (bone loss is a common problem when natural tooth roots are no longer available to stimulate the bone)
  • Function – You can eat a larger range of foods nutrition and consequently, have an improved nutritional intake
  • No need for a bridge or partial denture – The crown attaches via an abutment onto the implant
  • Alignment – Dental implants prevent adjacent teeth from moving, creating alignment problems
  • Lifestyle – You can also enjoy feeling more relaxed in public, eating, talking, coughing and laughing freely, without fear of displacing your dentures

Single tooth implant procedure

STEP 1: INITIAL CONSULT & DIAGNOSTICS

We’ll take a thorough assessment of your teeth & gums. Relevant diagnostic information, e.g., x-rays & digital models are taken for accurate planning.

STEP 2: IMPLANT PLACEMENT

Usually, an immediate tooth will be given to avoid the need for a plastic removable denture while healing.

STEP 3: FINAL CERAMIC CROWN

A definitive (final) ceramic crown will be fabricated and placed onto your dental implant.

For an accurate quote, book a complimentary consultation at Aria Dental

Single tooth implant cost (from $3,750)

The price of your single tooth implant will vary as each individual has a different pathology. For example, some patients might require a bone graft, while others might first need a tooth extracted.  The price of an implant, including placement, abutment and crown starts from $3750. For an accurate quote, please book in for a complimentary initial consultation. Read more about cost of dental implants here >

Only Aria Dental’s specialist team offer you complete care…

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 – we’re more competitive than you may think; talk to us

What is osseointegration?

Osseointegration is where there is a direct functional and structural connection between bone and the surface of a load-carrying implant. Once your implant has been placed,the bone grows right up to the implant, securing it in place.

What is bone resorption?

Without some or all of your natural teeth, you also lose the tooth roots which play an essential role in stimulating your jawbone, keeping your bones strong. Without tooth roots, the bone slowly resorbs. This resorption can be quite noticeable over time, with the lower third of the face falling in. Tooth implants help prevent this process as the implant acts as an artificial tooth root, stimulating the bone and keeping a younger-looking appearance for longer.

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.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are implants safe?

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

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium screws that are inserted into the jawbone, below the gum line. They act as an artificial tooth root, anchoring your new tooth/teeth replacement.

How long do dental implants last?

Once a dental implant has successfully fused to the bone and is functional, it should last many years, providing it is cared for properly. Many implants have been in place for more than 40 years.

Are implants painful?

It may sound painful to get a dental implant, but you’ll be surprised to know that it’s more painful having a tooth removed than an implant placed. You’ll be given plenty of local anaesthetic, and if desired, you can receive sedation.

How much is a single dental implant?

It’s misleading to quote the cost of a dental implant as other costs are always incurred. There are x-rays, plus surgical placement, exposure and more. Then, there are other required parts, such as an abutment and crown, or in the case of all missing teeth, several abutments and a fixed bridge. Approximately speaking, though, the price of an implant, including placement, abutment and crown would be from $3,750.

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

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

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