Faqs

Common questions asked about dental implant treatment answered here.

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The first phase is the healing of the soft tissue – this takes about a week. The second phase, known as osseointegration, is the healing of the implant in the jaw bone.
In the second phase, the bone grows around the implant, gradually forming a firm, stable grip.

Minor bruises normally appear a few days after the implant treatment and are nothing to worry about. The colour of the bruises will change when the tissue starts healing.

Our dental implant treatment prices at Sydney Implant Institute range from:
BASIC PACKAGE: $4,900, Each additional single tooth implant cost is $4,500
PREMIUM UPGRADE: $6,500, For each additional single tooth implant cost is $5,500
IMPLANT BRIDGE COST: (Dental Implants full set cost) 1st implant $4,900, 2nd implant $4,500, Each additional tooth $2000

Dental implants can last a lifetime if you take care of them, following the oral health guidelines given by your dental practitioner. While we cannot guarantee the lifetime success of an implant, Sydney Implant Institute provides guidelines on how to best take care of your teeth to maintain results and longevity.
As people get older, they tend to lose teeth due to gum disease or poor oral hygiene. Some older patients may turn to dentures (partial or full teeth) to replace these missing teeth. This can be problematic in some cases as dentures can lead to further tooth or bone loss. Fortunately, with advances in contemporary and medical dental research, dentists are able to provide dental implant solutions for senior patients for long-term resolutions for missing teeth, in a predictable and affordable manner. Dental Implants are just as effective on a senior patient as they are on any other eligible patient.
As people get older, they tend to lose teeth due to gum disease or poor oral hygiene. Some older patients may turn to dentures (partial or full teeth) to replace these missing teeth. This can be problematic in some cases as dentures can lead to further tooth or bone loss. Fortunately, with advances in contemporary and medical dental research, dentists are able to provide dental implant solutions for senior patients for long-term resolutions for missing teeth, in a predictable and affordable manner. Dental Implants are just as effective on a senior patient as they are on any other eligible patient.
As people get older, they tend to lose teeth due to gum disease or poor oral hygiene. Some older patients may turn to dentures (partial or full teeth) to replace these missing teeth. This can be problematic in some cases as dentures can lead to further tooth or bone loss. Fortunately, with advances in contemporary and medical dental research, dentists are able to provide dental implant solutions for senior patients for long-term resolutions for missing teeth, in a predictable and affordable manner. Dental Implants are just as effective on a senior patient as they are on any other eligible patient.

There are some dental insurance companies that cover dental implant costs. In many cases, your insurance will assist with your dental treatment costs, depending on the procedure, it is best to contact your health insurance provider to see if your plan covers dental implant costs

The Sydney Implant Institute is equipped with highly qualified staff and innovative technology to provide our patients with a comfortable experience when having their procedure. We offer sedation options to help make the dental implant procedure as brief and seamless as possible.