Teeth on Implants®
Another upper and lower TEETH ON IMPLANTS ® issued on Jana! She looks so happy! This is the day her final teeth were issued.
That’s Hank our happy 90 year old patient!
We have reconstructed his upper jaw and did sinus grafts then placed upper and lower implants to give him the smile he has always dreamt of!
This patient has had chronic generalised periodontal diseases which we were able to stabilise with the use of TEETH ON IMPLANTS ® !
Their original teeth were removed under general anaesthetics, replaced with temporary prosethics and implants were placed over various sessions over the span of a year!
Not only do TEETH ON IMPLANTS ® look great, but they help managing underlying diseases and health issues!
This lovely gentlemen has driven over 300kms to allow our team to reconstruct his mouth by removing all the terminal dentition and placing upper and lower implants as required.
Lots of different options were discussed and TEETH ON IMPLANTS were decided, with the surgery completed at Brisbane Water Private Hospital.
The healing went according to plan and Barry received temporary teeth the next day.
Four months later, he was issued with his permanent fixed teeth!
Paul is loving his new smile!
Troy was always embarrassed to smile in public, so we organised a complex treatment plan to address the failing dentition with TEETH ON IMPLANTS ®.
His surgery was performed under general anaesthetics and the implants were placed and patient issued with temporary prosthetics.
This was the day when Troy received his final prosthetics! Don’t they look amazing!
This lovely patient presented for upper and lower TEETH ON IMPLANTS to restore his terminal dentition.
These implants his improved his overall oral health functionally and aesthetically! Don’t they look fantastic!
A new smile following Teeth on Implants full mouth make over.
Our patient Rob, had lost all the bone after losing his teeth years ago. All the bone was grafted back and he received implants were placed!
Please note that all surgical procedures carry risks including infection. These treatments do not apply to and cannot be performed on anyone. A process of thorough examinations and assessment is required, and the outcomes may vary depending on multiple factors.