A dental implant is used to replace damaged or missing teeth. A dental implant typically consists of an implanted screw in your jawbone on which we securely affix a false tooth.
Dental implants allow you to replace damaged or missing teeth without causing damage to the rest of your mouth. Dental implants help allow people to potentially regain their lost confidence, eat comfortably and show off their smile.
The dental implants that we use are made from titanium, which is the material thought to be most compatible with human biology
Dental implants are designed to look and feel like your real teeth.
We regularly see patients who have been told there is no hope for them or that they are not a suitable candidate for dental implants. Sometimes this is simply not the case.We recommend that you come in for a consultation to see how we can help you and your unique situation.
The procedure to place a single implant typically lasts just over one hour.
With proper care and oral hygiene routine, there is no reason why your dental implants can't last a lifetime!
The procedure doesn't hurt, as we administer anaesthesia to numb your mouth. You may experience mild fatigue and pain afterwards, especially around the implant site. This can be managed with pain killers.
After the initial tenderness wears off, you shouldn't notice any difference between your dental implants and natural teeth.
We have several different payment options available including interest free finance for up to 24 months!
Dr Chhoker is also able to arrange early release of superannuation to pay for appropriate dental treatment, such as implants.
Terms and Conditions apply, please ask our friendly staff for more information and details.
Dr Chhoker is an expert in his field and has been placing implants for over 25 years. He has also been a dental implant educator for over 15 years and is currently running his own accredited Masters Degree in Implantology in Sydney.
Here at Bobby ChhokerClinic we are focused on quality and providing the best customer experience. This means that we use the highest quality materials which reduces the risk of failure and complications and allows your implants to last a lifetime.
Your private insurer may cover part of the treatment cost, but this is determined by their policies, your level of cover and other factors. Most companies will pay some contribution towards the cost of the implants. It's a good idea to ask your provider what their approach is.
We'll then take a look at it and get back to you with potential treatment options to meet your needs.
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