Dental Implants Brisbane City

Replace missing or damaged teeth with dental implants

When it comes to the prospect of getting teeth implants, people are often apprehensive about what will take place during the procedure or how the implant will look once the procedure is finished. For those who have enough bone in the jaw to properly support an implant, a dental implant can be a straightforward way to restore the natural look of a complete set of teeth.

Also known as:
  • Teeth implants
  • Tooth implants
  • False teeth implants
  • False teeth inserts
  • Titanium false teeth
  • artifical tooth replacement
  • Screw in teeth
Desired Results: Replace one or more teeth with dental implants for a long-term, functional tooth replacement. Dental implants can last a lifetime.

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Frequently asked questions

What can I eat after dental implant surgery?

We recommend that you stick to soft foods while your mouth heals from dental implant surgery. For the first two days following your procedure, it's best to consume liquids, like blended soups and broths. Yoghurt and ice cream are also good options as they don't require any chewing. After around the third day following surgery, it is usually fine to start adding soft foods like mashed potatoes and scrambled eggs, which are easy to eat. Remember to drink plenty of water during this time to ensure that you stay hydrated. After around a week you should be able to resume your normal eating habits.

Dental implants are made from titanium, which is a biocompatible material. This means that the implant actually fuses with the bone in a process known as osseointegration. Titanium is used for its ability to maintain the health of the jaw bone, as well as the fact that the material allows the implant to function just like a natural tooth root. A titanium dental implant effectively holds the artificial tooth (the crown) in place and stimulates bone growth in the jaw.

Yes, absolutely. Dental implants look and feel just like natural teeth. The visible part of the implant, which is the prosthetic tooth or crown, is tooth-coloured, so it blends in well with your natural teeth, while the titanium root functions like a natural tooth root. Once you have had your implant placed, you can expect to bite and chew normally. Functions like speech, which may have been affected by a missing tooth, will be restored. In fact, you shouldn't notice a difference between your implant and your natural teeth once you have fully recovered from the surgery.