Teeth Replacement Melbourne, Sydney

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At the Centre for Aesthetic and Implant dentistry in Melbourne, Australia, patients have various options for single tooth replacement as well as for multiple or full set teeth replacement, but the most popular method is by way of Dental Implants, according to resident Implant Dentist Dr Alex Fibishenko. Tooth replacement our Melbourne and Sydney Dental Implant Clinics is performed by way of permanent Dental Implants where a small titanium fixture serves as the replacement for the root portion of any missing natural tooth. Due to the biocompatible properties of titanium the dental implants bond with the jaw bone thus serving as anchors for the replacement teeth. When multiple teeth are missing, segmental teeth replacement is achieved with an implant bridge that is also used in full set teeth replacement. The implant bridge needs to be supported by a sufficient number of dental implant fixtures, but not necessarily one for every lost tooth. The embarrassment, irritation and self-consciousness often experienced by people who have missing teeth, those who wear dentures or who have suffered through older methods of tooth replacement are overcome with the confidence of fixed teeth replacement.

Permanent Alternative Tooth Replacement


The latest developments in dental implants, according to Dr Alex Fibishenko, offer an attractive tooth replacement solution for people dealing with the discomfort of dentures or deteriorating teeth. Implant-supported replacement teeth are permanent, better looking and unlike previous implant options, may be completed in as little as 1 to 3 days.

Tooth Replacement Before Tooth Replacement After Above: The picture demonstrates a patient with gum disease and deteriorated teeth. She had to use denture adhesive to support her partial upper denture.

Right: Upper and lower rehabilitation with dental implants - fixed replacement teeth in 3 Days. It is normal to have swelling after dental implant surgery but whilst pain is subjective, most patient complain of very little or no pain. (Note: Results vary)

Dr Alex Fibishenko often observes that many people with dentures or dental problems avoid smiling, which cause them to appear less social, and perhaps introverted. The pattern is the same for problems when eating.

"Dental dysfunction can affect nutrition and well-being, as the types of food that can be consumed are often limited. It can also be an aesthetic problem, changing a person's entire personality" says Dr Alex Fibishenko.


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Traditional tooth replacement methods with false teeth are not always reliable, and there are foods and dishes you can only dream of tasting.

"There are a lot of denture wearers out there particularly from the baby boomer era as there was a very high extraction rate in the 1950s and 60s".

"Dentures may look ok but they can be incredibly uncomfortable, making it difficult to eat, taste food, talk or feel confident."

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*NOTE: The procedures described in this website may not be suitable for all patients.
Any before and after pictures are examples only and should not be relied upon because results do vary.
References as to the impact of treatment on the quality of life or timeframes given for any particular treatment are also examples only and may not represent what is possible or advocated for a patient's individual circumstances, concerns or desires. A full assesment by one of our qualified dentists is required before any recommendations can be provided. All our dentists are registered as such with AHPRA. Every surgical or dental procedure carries risks.
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