Dental Implants in Mundaring

You deserve a tooth replacement that feels just like a natural tooth, life is too short not to smile! Reach out now to learn how we can restore what was once yours with dental implants.
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A Treatment Plan to Restore Your Smile Can Include Dental Implants

Missing teeth can cause a lot of problems, from difficulty chewing and speaking to embarrassment about your appearance.
If you miss one or more teeth, you know that the consequences can be severe. You may find it challenging to eat your favourite foods, and you may also feel self-conscious about your smile. Worst of all, it can lead to health problems if not treated.
At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer dental implants to remedy tooth loss as a modern and permanent answer to your problem. Our dental implant procedure is minimally invasive and uses the latest technology. We provide various implant treatments to meet your needs, including single implants, multiple implants, full-arch replacements and many more. Give us a call today at 08 6495 2000 to finally enjoy the lifetime pleasure of having a natural-looking set of teeth!

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Experience the convenience of getting a dental implant without sacrificing your smile! Our friendly team offers this cutting-edge treatment for patients in Mundaring, so call us today to schedule your consultation for any of our implant services.
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We listen to your concerns for your smile, and dental health. We help make your treatment choices in simple, and non judgemental way, and deliver your chosen treatment with a fast, efficient, and caring touch.

Convenient Quality Dental Care

With over 50 years of combined experience, our team of professionals continues to provide high-quality dental services, from general dentistry and dental implant services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

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A Compassionate Team Utilizing Modern Technology:

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers the latest dental implant technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible results. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes your dental implant experience as easy and stress-free as possible.

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Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre is proud to offer flexible payment plan options to make sure that everyone receives the dental care they need.

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Same-day Dentistry and Fast Turn Around Time

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers same-day service for various dental treatments, including dental crowns. You can get high-quality dental care and more natural-looking crowns in just one visit!


Anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery is eligible for a dental implant. A patient should have healthy gums and sufficient bone to hold the implant. Ideally, they should also practice good oral hygiene and schedule regular dental appointments. 

Patients with uncontrolled chronic diseases, such as diabetes or heart disease, or those who have received radiation therapy to the head or neck area, need to undergo individual evaluation. If you are thinking about implants, talk to your dentist to see if they are right for you.

Dental implants are an excellent option for people who have lost teeth but don’t want to go through the hassle of putting on partial dentures. If you’re considering dental implants, here are the reasons why you should have them:

1. A tooth that is severely fractured or damaged

A dental implant may be an alternative if you have a cracked or fractured tooth that cannot be repaired. A dentist will often try to preserve as much of a tooth’s original structure as possible. If the tooth’s structure is too damaged to be saved, then tooth extraction followed by an implant to replace it may be a better option.

2. Missing teeth

Teeth loss can cause teeth to shift, making your bite unstable. A dental implant replaces missing teeth with natural-looking prostheses that look, feel, and function just like your own teeth.

3. Partials and dentures that fit loosely

Wearing a loose-fitting denture can be uncomfortable and frustrating. Dental implants are a great alternative to dentures and partials since they are attached directly to the jawbone. You will not have to worry about your implants slipping out when you speak or eat.

4. Loss of bone mass

Your jawbone tissue deteriorates when you don’t have any teeth, yet dental implants can promote new, healthy bone tissue. An implant’s root is screwed directly into the jawbone and functions like a natural root. In a process known as osseointegration, the titanium or zirconium implant binds to the existing bone tissue, stimulating new bone formation and preventing degradation.

5. You have a sunk-in appearance on your face.

A sunk-in appearance is a typical issue as people get older. Because dentures do not encourage the formation of new bone tissue-like implants, the bone deteriorates with time, resulting in a regression of the mouth. Dental implants promote bone formation around the implant to address this issue.

6. You have a tooth that can no longer be preserved.

A severely decayed tooth, especially one with several fillings, cannot always be restored and must be pulled. Your dentist will decide after a comprehensive examination. Dental implants are a great option in this case because they look, feel, and work just like natural teeth.

Traditional dental implants take time and patience to attach and properly install. Although the process typically takes several months to complete, we assure you that it will be worth the wait. The following steps are involved:

Evaluation of the Mouth:

Your dentist will assess both your oral and medical health before initiating implant surgery. Implants may not be possible for people who smoke, have gum disease, or have chronic dry mouth. If you’re thinking about having implant surgery, you should also consider your bone density.

Jaw Preparation:

Before you have dental implants, you may need to undergo various treatment options. If you need a bone transplant, sinus lift, or tooth extraction, your treatment may take a long time to complete.

Implant placement:

The implant placement stage in the dental process is critical to creating a solid foundation for teeth. The initial part of this procedure includes performing surgery deep within the jawbone, which will fuse directly onto and through an implanted post, firmly securing it and preparing it for tooth insertion.

Installation of Abutment:

Following the placement of the implant, an abutment must be attached in a second procedure. People who have just had their teeth extracted must recover for a few weeks before a dental crown may be created.

Permanent Crown Attachment:

Finally, following tooth implant surgery, your dental crown will be tightly bonded to the abutment to provide a stable and long-lasting attachment.

Your jawbone may no longer be strong enough to support an implant if you lose bone density. Anyone who has lost a tooth may require a bone graft before installing a dental implant. When you lose a tooth, it can result in jawbone atrophy over time. Atrophy occurs when the bone that is meant to support teeth resorbs, resulting in inadequate bone quality and quantity, making dental implants challenging to place. A bone graft also makes the jawbone stronger and wider, which makes it easier for dental implants to stay in place.

The success rate for dental implants is high, and they are generally safe. While there may be some risks involved, they are rare and can be handled by our dentist. These include:

  • Implant sites can become infected during or after dental treatment. People who smoke, have inflammatory disorders, or do not adequately care for their teeth are more likely to develop an infection.
  • Insufficient bone structure can cause implants to fail even after the surgical procedure is completed. This can prevent implants from integrating with the jaw.
  • If the dental implant is not sufficiently stable, it may shift after an immediate tooth replacement.
  • In rare instances, the human body may reject the implant. Pain around the implant, swelling, fever, and chills are all signs of rejection.
  • A dental implant might become loose due to an injury to the surrounding area.
  • A titanium allergy may cause a reaction to the alloy used in dental implants. Allergies can cause swelling, tingling, and a loss of taste.
  • When an implant is placed between the jaw and the sinus cavity, it can stretch into the sinus cavity.
  • Depending on how close the implant is to the nerve, it may cause nerve or surrounding tissue injury. Tingling or numbness in the gums, tongue, lips, or face may result from nerve damage.

Healing time for a dental implant is four to six months, but many patients can return to their jobs the next day. In some cases, even on same-day surgery. Additionally, most people experience relief from pain with over-the-counter medications.

The implant screw can last a lifetime if the patient brushes and flosses regularly and has regular dental appointments every six months. The crown lasts between 10 and 15 years before needing to be replaced due to wear and tear.

Here are some easy and practical tips for caring for your dental implants, whether you’ve had them for years, only have them for a few months, or plan to get them:

Brush and floss every day

Despite using an artificial teeth, dental implants still require the same care as natural teeth. You will need to brush them twice a day for two minutes each time and floss them every day. Flossing around the implant base is especially important to ensure that all food debris has been removed. Plaque and bacteria from along the gum line can be removed by brushing and flossing daily to prevent gum disease.

Choose the right dental supplies

Ensure you have the right supplies to care for your dental implants properly. To begin, you need a toothbrush with soft bristles that reach the back of your mouth. Some dentists recommend using an electric toothbrush for people with dental implants who struggle with brushing correctly. 

If you’re having trouble flossing around the implant, you may want to consider getting a floss threader or a small interdental brush. In addition to this, water flossers tend to be more effective at cleaning around dental implants because they are easier to handle than traditional dental floss.

Replace your toothbrush

Do you know that you should change your toothbrush every three months? Changing your toothbrush regularly helps remove dental plaque and bacteria from your mouth. Furthermore, replacing your toothbrush prevents excess bacteria from building upon it.

Do not expose your implants to things that can damage them

Despite dental implants’ incredible strength and durability, certain behaviours can increase their chances of damage. Using the teeth for things like opening packages, holding things, or chewing on hard foods can all damage the dental implant and the prosthetic attached. Grinding and clenching your teeth can also damage your dental implants, so if you don’t already have a nightguard, you may want to speak to your dentist about getting one.

Make sure you drink enough water

Water is helpful for your overall health as well as your oral health. Among its many benefits to your oral health, it promotes saliva production. Saliva is vital to dental implants since it removes excess food and bacteria and neutralizes the acids produced by bacteria. Drinking more water can also help to alleviate parched feelings if you suffer from a dry mouth.

Visit your implant dentist at least twice a year

Don’t forget to visit your dentist twice this year for exams and cleanings. If your dentist notices problems with your oral health, they may recommend more frequent visits. Even though dental implants have replaced your natural teeth, it is still vital to maintain them with regular cleanings and checkups.

The cost of implants in Mundaring can vary depending on the case and the patient’s condition. It can be expensive, but many patients may be able to have them covered by their insurance plan. The average cost may range from $2,600 to $3,900. 

We are a preferred dental provider for several major health insurance companies, and we also offer flexible financing options to help you cover your dental costs.

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