Single Tooth Implant
I've lost one of my teeth. How can I get it back?
Dental Implants are the ideal way to replace any missing teeth and preserve your natural teeth. If placed with care and precision, Dental Implants can last a lifetime.
Whether you are missing one tooth, multiple teeth, or all of your teeth, Profilo° Dental offers state-of-the-art Dental Implant solutions to provide you with a healthy, natural-looking smile.
Missing teeth might give you trouble when chewing and eating, make you feel self-conscious about gaps in your smile, or cause your face to appear older than it should do.
The decision to replace any of your missing teeth with Dental Implants is an excellent long-term investment in both your overall health and your appearance.
Dental Implants are the closest thing to natural teeth, letting you eat and chew normally, and allowing you to laugh, talk and smile again with a complete sense of confidence and dignity.
Dental Implants have many advantages over other means of replacing teeth. They help preserve the teeth around them, prevent the loss of bone in your jaw, and give you back a tooth that looks and feels natural.
Why choose Profilo° Dental for Dental Implants?
Profilo° Dental uses only the highest quality in Dental Implants. Not all Dental Implant treatment is the same, and it makes a difference when considering the expertise of who places your Dental Implants.
Our Dental Implant systems carry a lifetime warranty and are backed by in-depth clinical research. Made from medical-grade titanium, they are durable, biocompatible, and have been used worldwide for decades.
When it comes to the lifelike teeth that are fixed to your Dental Implants, we take care to choose the right type of material that is best suited for each patient and their individual needs.
More rugged options are chosen for your back teeth where strength is paramount, and highly aesthetic choices are picked for your front teeth where a striking yet natural appearance is what matters most.
We appreciate that quality Dental Implant treatment does come at a cost, which is why we provide interest-free payment plans to help give you access to the treatment you're seeking.
Why do we use 3D Dental Implant Design?
3D Dental Implant Design allows us to first plan your Dental Implant treatment in the virtual world, and then accurately place your Dental Implants in the most safe, efficient and predictable manner possible.
Using 3D imaging of your jaw and facial structures, we plan the ideal position of your Dental Implants in order to preserve the health of your surrounding teeth and important anatomical features.
3D scanning provides accurate information on the proposed areas of treatment, confirming there is enough quality bone to place your Dental Implants, or whether you would benefit from the use of Bone Grafting.
One of the biggest reasons we use 3D Dental Implant Design, is to make sure your Dental Implants are positioned in such a way that your replacement teeth will look as natural as they possibly can.
Single Tooth Implant FAQs
Here are the answers to the most common questions we get about Single Tooth Implants.
1. How much is Dental Implant treatment?
Although a greater initial investment, Dental Implants are more economical in the long-term compared to choices such as dental bridges. The final cost depends on how many implants you need, the aesthetic requirements of the crown, and whether you need bone grafting prior to implant placement.
2. How old is too old for Dental Implants?
There is no age limit to Dental Implant treatment, as long as your are reasonably healthy and have enough healthy bone to house your Dental Implant. For situations where there isn't enough bone, we can grow new bone through bone grafting.
3. How long do Dental Implants last?
Dental Implants are designed to be a permanent solution to missing teeth. Long-term research into quality Dental Implant systems have shown their long-term success to be exceptionally high.
4. How will I care for my Dental Implants?
Just like the rest of your natural teeth, Dental Implants require regular check ups and a good standard of oral hygiene care. The appropriate level of care will maintain the long-term health of your Dental Implant.
5. Is Dental Implant treatment painful?
Dental Implants are placed under local or general anaesthetic, in a procedure that feels similar to a normal dental filling. Many of our patients choose to have treatment in our rooms under local anaesthetic.