Revitalize Your Smile with Single/Multi-Unit Implants
Single and multi-unit implants represent a transformative step in dental care, offering a durable and aesthetically pleasing solution for missing teeth. At Wynnum Dentists, we specialize in restoring your smile and confidence with high-quality single and multi-unit implants. Our expert team uses the latest techniques to ensure a comfortable and effective treatment tailored to your needs.
Single/Multi-Unit Implants represent a breakthrough in restorative dentistry, offering a durable and natural-looking solution for missing teeth. A single-unit implant replaces an individual tooth with a titanium post and a custom-made crown, resembling your natural tooth in function and appearance. Multi-unit implants, on the other hand, are perfect for restoring several teeth, providing a comprehensive solution for more extensive dental issues. At Wynnum Dentists, we specialize in these advanced implant technologies, ensuring each procedure from a Single Unit Implant to Multi-Unit Implants is tailored to meet your specific dental needs and aesthetic goals.
Improved Oral Function: Implants help replace missing teeth and regain function with a strength much more than a removable prosthesis.
Enhanced Comfort and Functionality: Unlike dentures, implants are anchored firmly to the bone (osseointegrated), allowing for more natural speech and eating without the worry of slipping or rotating inside the mouth
Durability and Reliability: Made from biocompatible materials, these implants are designed to last a lifetime with proper care.
Aesthetic Appeal: Implants look and feel like natural teeth, boosting confidence with a seamless and radiant smile.
A single-unit implant is a dental prosthesis used to replace a single missing tooth. It involves the surgical placement of a titanium post (the implant) into the jawbone, which acts as an artificial root. Once the implant integrates with the bone, a custom-made dental crown is attached to this post. The final result is a replacement tooth that has the appearance, texture, and functionality of a real tooth.
What is the success rate of a single implant?
The success rate of single dental implants is significantly high. There are multiple factors contributing to the success of the implant including proper placement technique, the patient’s oral hygiene, and overall health and regular professional maintenance.
What are multi-unit implants?
Multi-unit implants are used to replace multiple missing teeth. This solution can range from replacing a few teeth with several strategically placed implants supporting dental bridges to replacing a full arch of teeth. Multi-unit implants provide a more stable and durable alternative to traditional partial to full dentures, as they are anchored firmly into the jawbone.
How do multiple teeth implants work?
Multiple teeth implants work by installing several implant posts into the jawbone at specific locations. These implants serve as a foundation for supporting dental prosthetics like bridges or dentures. The number of implants required depends on the number of teeth being replaced and the overall condition of the patient’s jawbone. Once the implants have integrated with the bone, the dental prosthetics are attached, resulting in a stable and natural-looking restoration of multiple teeth.
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To ensure you have a safe and comfortable experience, all our teeth whitening treatments start with a consultation with your dental practitioner to ensure your mouth is healthy and you are ready to whiten. They will advise the best teeth whitening system for you, (either an in-chair or a take home whitening treatment) and will answer any questions you may have.
Wynnum Dentists are proud to be preferred providers for HCF, nib, CBHS and CBHS Corporate.
We also provide dental treatment to Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) card holders, bulk bill dental treatment for eligible children through the Child Dental Benefits Scheme (CDBS) and accept QLD government emergency and general care vouchers.