Dental Implants

What is an implant?

An implant is a titanium post surgically inserted into the jawbone to serve as an artificial tooth root. This implant fuses with the jawbone through a process called osseointegration, providing a stable foundation for a replacement tooth, dental crown, bridge, or denture. Implants are commonly used to replace missing teeth and restore oral function and aesthetics.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

Natural Apperance and Functionality

Implants closely resemble natural teeth in both appearance and function, allowing for comfortable chewing, speaking, and smiling.

Bone Preservation

By integrating with the jawbone, implants stimulate bone growth and help prevent bone loss, preserving facial structure and preventing the sunken appearance often associated with missing teeth.

Improved oral health

Unlike traditional tooth-supported bridges, implants do not require the alteration of adjacent teeth for support, preserving the integrity of natural teeth and promoting better oral health.

Enhanced confidence

Dental implants restore a patient's ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence, improving overall quality of life and self-esteem.


With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a durable and permanent solution for tooth replacement.

All On 4 Dental Implants at Beecroft Smiles Dental Surgery

If you are suffering from missing teeth and tired of dentures, All-on-4 

Dental Implants might be for you. All On 4  is a revolutionary technique that lets us replace a full upper or lower arch of teeth with just four implants. Here’s how it workst:

  • Four sturdy implants made from biocompatible titanium are strategically placed in your jawbone.
  • Clever implant positioning: Sometimes, the back implants are angled to utilize strong bone areas, potentially eliminating the need for bone grafting.
  • Fixed, natural-looking teeth: These implants become the anchors for a fixed bridge, essentially a permanent denture that looks and functions just like natural teeth.

This procedure is a secure and long-lasting solution for missing teeth. Beecroft Smiles is proud to offer this advanced treatment as one of our core services.

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Benefits of All On 4 Dental Implants

Full Smile Restoration

Unlike traditional implants that replace individual teeth, all-on-4 replaces an entire arch of teeth with a fixed bridge, giving you a complete and confident smile again.

Jaw Bone Preservation

Traditional tooth loss can lead to jawbone deterioration. All-on-4 implants help stimulate the jawbone and prevent this by mimicking the function of natural teeth.

Faster Treatment Time

Compared to traditional implant procedures for a full arch, all-on-4 can potentially be completed in fewer appointments, thanks to the strategic placement of just four implants.

Improved confidence & Quality of Life

Regaining a full set of functional teeth can significantly improve your ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. This can lead to a better overall quality of life.

Stability and Security

The four implants are strategically placed for maximum stability, providing a strong foundation for the fixed bridge. This eliminates the worry of slipping dentures or bridges.

Why Choose Beecroft Smiles for Your All-on-4 Dental Implants?

We understand that replacing missing teeth with a secure and natural-looking solution is a significant decision. That’s why we want to assure you are  in the right hands with us for your All-on-4 dental implants:

1. Experience You Can Trust

Our dentists possess extensive experience and advanced training specifically in All-on-4 implant procedures. You’ll benefit from our expertise and proven track record of success.

2. A Patient-Centered Approach

Your comfort and well-being is our priority. Our dentists have a gentle chairside manner and listen attentively to your concerns 

and preferences throughout the entire process.

3. Use of Advanced Technology

Your comfort and well-being is our priority. Our dentists have a gentle chairside manner and listen attentively to your concerns 

and preferences throughout the entire process.

4. Treatment Tailored to You

We don’t offer a one-size-fits-all solution. Our dentists conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your oral health, bone density, and overall health to determine if All-on-4 implants are the right 

choice for you.

5. Your Safety and Satisfaction

Your safety and satisfaction is at the forefront of what we do day in day out. Our dentists have years of expertise in All-on-4 procedures.

We understand that replacing missing teeth with a secure and natural-looking solution is a significant decision. That’s why we want to assure you are  in the right hands with us for your All-on-4 dental implants:

We are committed to providing you with a positive and transformative experience through the entire All-on-4 implant journey. 


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Frequently Asked Questions About Implants and All On 4 Dental Implants

The longevity of dental implants can vary depending on various factors such as the patient’s oral hygiene, overall health, and the quality of the implant placement. However, with proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last for decades, and in many cases, they can even last a lifetime.

Dental implants are a popular option for replacing missing teeth, but there are some downsides to consider before you decide if they are right for you.

  • Cost: Dental implants are more expensive option for replacing teeth. The cost can vary depending on the number of implants you need, the location of the implant, and the dentist’s fees.

    Surgery: Dental implants require surgery to place the implant in your jawbone. This surgery is typically performed by an oral surgeon or a periodontist. While the surgery is generally safe, there are risks associated with any surgery, such as infection and bleeding.
  • Healing time: It can take several months for the implant to fuse with your jawbone. During this time, you will need to wear a temporary restoration, such as a denture or bridge.

  • Not suitable for everyone: Not everyone is a good candidate for dental implants. You need to have healthy gums and enough bone in your jaw to support the implant. People with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or uncontrolled autoimmune diseases, may not be good candidates for dental implants.

  • Possible complications: Like any surgery, there are possible complications associated with dental implants, such as:

    • Infection
    • Nerve damage
    • Sinus problems
    • Implant failure

If you are considering dental implants, it is important to weigh the pros and cons and talk to us about whether they are right for you. We give you the best consultation so you know exactly what to expect during the procedure.

There are generally three main types of dental implants:

  • Endosteal implants: These are the most common type of dental implants, consisting of titanium screws that are surgically placed into the jawbone.

  • Subperiosteal implants: These implants are placed on top of the jawbone but beneath the gum tissue. They are often used in patients who have insufficient bone height for traditional implants.

  • Zygomatic implants: These implants are used in cases where there is minimal bone in the upper jaw, and they are anchored into the cheekbone (zygoma) rather than the jawbone.

The cost of dental implants in Australia, it can vary depending on several factors including the number of implants needed, the type of implant, the location of the dental clinic, and any additional procedures required. On average, a single dental implant can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $6,500 AUD. However, this cost can increase if additional procedures such as bone grafting or sinus lifts are necessary. It’s essential to consult with a dentist or oral surgeon to get an accurate estimate based on your specific needs.

The All-on-4 treatment replaces a full dental arch (upper or lower) with a fixed bridge supported by just 4 dental implants.

  • Not everyone is a candidate, it requires enough jawbone density for successful implantation.
  • Like in any surgery, there can be potential risks associated with it, like infection or implant rejection.
  • While generally less expensive than traditional implants for a full arch, it’s still a significant cost.

The cost of an All-on-4 dental implant treatment in Australia can vary significantly, from around $17,000 to over $30,000 per jaw.

The price depends on quality of the materials used and location also plays a role in it. 

With proper care, all-on-4 implants can last for many years, up to 20 or even longer.