Dental Implant Bridges

Dental Restorations

An implant bridge uses dental implants placed in the patient’s jawbone as a base. The restorations are the visible portion on the top and replace the teeth. These can preserve the nearby teeth and preserve the jawbone. Plus, the implant bridges can maintain the shape of the patient’s smile.

Implant Supported Dentures

What are Implant Bridges?

Dental implant Bridges are a prosthetic replacement for missing teeth. They are anchored into the jawbone and provide a sturdy foundation for artificial teeth. Bridges are another type of prosthetic that can be used to replace missing teeth. Unlike implants, bridges are not anchored into the jawbone. Instead, they rely on the support of the surrounding teeth.

Implant Bridges: Typical Applications

Bridges are typically used when there are only a few missing teeth. They can be made from a variety of materials, including metal, ceramic, and plastic. Depending on the patient’s needs, bridges can be either removable or permanent.  An implant bridge is a type of dental bridge that is supported by dental implants. Unlike a traditional dental bridge, which is supported by natural teeth, an implant bridge is supported by artificial teeth that are surgically implanted into the jawbone.

Implant bridges are a popular choice for patients who are missing one or more teeth. They are considered to be a more permanent solution than traditional dental bridges, and they can also help to preserve the health of the surrounding teeth.

If you are considering getting an implant bridge, it is important to consult with our dentist to see if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

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Payment Options / Plans

Payment plans are essentially loans, which can support you in managing the high cost of dental treatment. Rather than paying for your dental work in an upfront lumpsum, a payment plan allows you to pay in instalments over a period of time. We have onboard, payment plan service providers who will make your payment plan’s instalments even more affordable.

There are several payment options available at our surgery including Cash, Cheque, EFTPOS, Credit Card, HICAPS, AMEX and Direct Deposit.

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