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Anyone with damaged or missing teeth will know that it can have a major impact on everything, from your smile and self-esteem, to how and what you eat.

The problem with popular options for replacing missing teeth such as dentures and bridges, is they are not permanent solutions.

This can result in further problems and damage over time

Dentures are uncomfortable for all-day wear, and their reduced bite-strength means that despite replacing the missing teeth, patients still struggle to eat their favourite foods, and it’s a constant worry that their denture will become loose while they’re speaking or enjoying a meal.

Meanwhile, tooth-supported bridges require grinding down of healthy teeth on either side of the missing tooth, compromising the healthy teeth in the process.

If your teeth are embarrassing you, or making it hard to enjoy your favorite meals, it’s time to schedule your FREE 30-minute Assessment with Dr Spyrakis and receive $1000 discount off your All-on-4 implant treatment.

Prevent Premature Ageing

The one thing other tooth replacement options can’t replace is the root structure of your missing teeth.

This means that as you chew, your bone isn’t bearing the weight and torque of supporting a tooth. Over time the bone will lose its strength, firmness, and bone density. And cause the surrounding teeth to become loose, and can even change the shape of your face.

This process is called bone resorption. It is the jawbone’s version of “use it or lose it.” As the jaw bone loses density, it’s shape actually changes, and as a result, so does the shape of your face. This is the number one cause of ill-fitting dentures…

And so once the bone starts to change shape, it continues to do so, and the dentures that once fitted fine, will need ongoing adjustments.

Prevent Premature Ageing

The one thing other tooth replacement options can’t replace is the root structure of your missing teeth.

This means that as you chew, your bone isn’t bearing the weight and torque of supporting a tooth. Over time the bone will lose its strength, firmness, and bone density. And cause the surrounding teeth to become loose, and can even change the shape of your face.

This process is called bone resorption. It is the jawbone’s version of “use it or lose it.” As the jaw bone loses density, it’s shape actually changes, and as a result, so does the shape of your face. This is the number one cause of ill-fitting dentures…

And so once the bone starts to change shape, it continues to do so, and the dentures that once fitted fine, will need ongoing adjustments.

Dental implants are the only permanent tooth replacement option for missing teeth

Whether you’re missing one tooth or need a full set replacing, dental implants are a permanent, comfortable, and natural-looking tooth replacement option for you.

Dental implants preserve bone density by replacing the root that supports the tooth

A natural tooth is comprised of two distinct sections: the crown, which is the visible tooth you see above the gum, and the root that is hidden under the gum and inside the jawbone.

The root is responsible for holding the natural tooth in place.

When a person is missing a tooth, the dentist must decide how to re-create the crown portion, and choose the best method to hold it in place. Dental implants were created for this purpose.

Dental implants are metallic screw-shaped cylinders, which are placed securely into the jawbone to replace the root and secure a replacement tooth.

Because implants are inserted directly into the jawbone, they mimic the stimulation that the root of a natural tooth would provide to the jawbone, and keep the bone strong and healthy, just like a real tooth – and avoiding the bone loss that can accompany less permanent options.

Watch this video to learn about the implant procedure

The types of implants

Individual Implants

Individual Implants are used when a patient has a single tooth or multiple teeth that need to be replaced. These are usually one or two neighbouring teeth.

All-On-4 Dental Implants

All On 4 dental implants is a cost effective and advanced technique where an entire arch of teeth is supported by only 4 implants. All on four implants provide the most natural-feeling alternative to dentures for those suffering with loose or missing teeth. With All On 4 dental implants you can receive your brand new set of permanent replacement teeth in just 24 hours, not the 3-4 months that conventional implants often require.

The procedure involves placing implants into the anterior maxilla, a region of the jaw with higher bone density. This allows the implants to be angled at up to 45 degrees, which increases support and can help overcome some bone deficiencies while lessening the need for bone grafting procedures. Because of this, All-On-4 dental implants provide the highest success rate for dental implants.

“Whether you’re missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants and the All-on-4 dental implant procedure give you a beautiful, natural smile and enhance your quality of life”

The closest thing to your natural, healthy teeth

Dental implants are a permanent replacement that feel, fit, and function like your natural teeth. While less permanent options can lead to bone loss, or interfere with everyday activities, implants allow you to eat, speak, and smile without hesitation.

Permanent, convenient, and cost effective

Traditional tooth-supported bridges only last around seven years, often requiring replacement, maintenance, or repair.

Dental implants are meant to last a lifetime, as long as you follow your dentist’s instructions and care for your oral health as recommended for natural teeth.

Healthy bone, and your same, gorgeous self

Dental implants are a permanent replacement that feel, fit, and function like your natural teeth. While less permanent options can lead to bone loss, or interfere with everyday activities, implants allow you to eat, speak, and smile without hesitation.

Speak,
eat, laugh…

Unlike dentures, dental implants don’t slip, shift, move, or click. And they feel just like your regular teeth, so you can speak, eat, laugh, and even sneeze, just like you’re used to — without fear of your dentures flying out!

Secure and prolong the life of loose teeth

When a tooth has been missing for quite a while, it is not uncommon for the teeth on either side of the gap to become loose. Dental implants can be used to anchor these teeth in place, stabilizing them and prolonging their useful life.

Restoration that doesn’t compromise healthy teeth

Tooth-supported bridges require grinding away at healthy teeth either side of the missing tooth, so that the bridge can be bonded to them. This damages healthy teeth for the sake of replacing those that are missing. Dental implants are inserted into the jawbone, directly replacing the missing tooth without compromising the healthy ones.

Reliable, lifelong replacements you can count on

When placed correctly, dental implants have a long track record of success that makes them “more predictable” than other tooth replacement options. They rarely fracture, come loose, or have to be replaced, unlike their less permanent counterparts.

With a proper treatment plan to start, and standard dental care to maintain your oral health, there is no reason, they shouldn’t be a lifelong solution .

Introducing Dr. Theo Spyrakis,
Bexley Dental’s tooth implant and All on 4 Dental Implants expert

Dr. Theo Spryakis _ Principal Dentist

Like most dentists, Dr Spyrakis started his career in general dentistry. Early on in his career, he started noticing the tremendous need for better treatment options for patients with dentures. Many patients would struggle with their dentures because they were loose or poorly fitted, making them incredibly uncomfortable, and even affecting their self-esteem.

In 2002, Dr Spyrakis attended an education program on the latest developments in implant dentistry. And that’s when he first learned about the All-on-4 technique.

The All-on-4 dental implant procedure was exactly the type of treatment option he’d been looking for. The ability to support a full set of teeth with just 4 implants gave so many more options for placement–without bone grafting–meant that even patients who weren’t previously suitable for implants, had a new option available to them.

He was convinced these advancements in implant dentistry would have a huge impact. So he flew to the United States to undertake extensive training in New York and Las Vegas.

Then he completed a mini-residency in Oral Implantology at Sydney University. In 2015 he had the honour of going to the Malo Clinic in Portugal, to train with Professor Paolo Malo, the man responsible for developing the modern All-on-4 dental implant treatment.

Today, while Bexley Dental operates as a full service practice, Dr Spyrakis is largely focused on the Implant and All-on-4 dental implant treatment, and performs over 500 implant procedures every year.

This means that Implant dentistry isn’t just an aside service that is offered at Bexley Dental, it’s a field of dentistry that Dr Spyrakis has specialised in since 2007.

Dr Spyrakis is proud to be recognised as one of the most experienced implant and All on 4 dental implant dentists in Sydney, and even more grateful that something he loves to do is having such an impact on so many patients’ lives.

Before and After Pictures

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How Dr Spyrakis minimisesyourtreatment risks

Whenever there is surgery, there is a small risk of something going wrong. A dental implant procedure is no different. Yet, these risks are easily avoided with something known as treatment planning.

 

Treatment Planning is the process that only a dental implant expert is trained for, to fully evaluate all the factors in the mouth that could influence the procedure.

Dr Spyrakis will take you through an implant assessment to assess your full medical history, delve into your individual case, evaluate your treatment options and decide how to manage or minimise any complications that may be presented. He then creates the best plan of action for the procedure.

Dr Spyrakis’s treatment plan is critical to the overall success of your procedure. So, whether you go ahead with the treatment or not, the implant assessment will identify if there are any complications to your treatment and the best and safest way to treat you.

How Dr Spyrakis minimises
your treatment risks

Whenever there is surgery, there is a small risk of something going wrong. A dental implant procedure is no different. Yet, these risks are easily avoided with something known as treatment planning.

Treatment Planning is the process that only a dental implant expert is trained for, to fully evaluate all the factors in the mouth that could influence the procedure.

Dr Spyrakis will take you through an implant assessment to assess your full medical history, delve into your individual case, evaluate your treatment options and decide how to manage or minimise any complications that may be presented. He then creates the best plan of action for the procedure.

Dr Spyrakis’s treatment plan is critical to the overall success of your procedure. So, whether you go ahead with the treatment or not, the implant assessment will identify if there are any complications to your treatment and the best and safest way to treat you.

Schedule a FREE 30-minute Implant Assessment with Dr Spyrakis and receive up to $1000 OFF the cost if you go ahead with treatment.

If your teeth are embarrassing you, or making it hard to enjoy your favourite meals, it’s time schedule your FREE 30-minute Assessment. Dr.Spyrakis will examine your teeth, gums, bone, and smile using a panoramic 3D scan– Free, but normally a $140 value. You’ll discuss your personal needs and treatment outcomes directly with Dr.Spyrakis, so he can explain your personalised treatment plan.

Every Free Implant Assessment includes:

  • 30 minutes with Dr. Theo Spryakis
  • A FREE 3D Panoramic scan of your teeth and jaw – A $140 value
  • And a recommended treatment plan to restore your smile
  • You’ll receive a $500 discount on a single implant treatment, and $1000 off the All on 4 treatment

To schedule your free Assessment, simply pick up the phone
and call us at (02) 9567 4151 today or enter your name and contact details below.

What’s My Investment?

How much is feeling embarrassed about your teeth costing you? How much is low self-esteem impacting your life? How many positive experiences are lost, because of the way you feel about smiling? Feeling shy, uncomfortable and frustrated about your teeth may be something you have to live with but having the smile you always wanted is now easier to get. At Bexley Dental, we have created several easy payment solutions for our All on 4 treatment.

Flexible Payment Plans For A Full Arch of Teeth

Option 1: Interest-free in-house payment plan

Pay a 20% deposit for your treatment
Then pay the remainder over 6 months

Option 2: Interest payment plan with MiFund

48 month period
14.5% interest rate
$100 establishment fee
$10 account keeping fee
Easy monthly repayments

Accessing Your Superannuation For Payment

We may be able to help you to fund the treatment through your superannuation. You will need to make an application to the ATO and if your application shows that your condition is causing acute or chronic pain, then you should be eligible to pay for your All on 4 treatment.  At Bexley Dental, we can prepare the application for you to make sure your application is done correctly. The preparation of the application is a service other companies charge between $599 and $799, but we offer the service for free to our patients. Contact our clinic on (02) 9567 4151 for more information.

Single Implants Available:
$5,000 – 6,000 per implant.

To start building your new smile:

Begin with your Surgical Treatment

$14,999 
Per single arch

Surgical Implant Placement
Alveolectomy Per Quadrant (Reshaping)
Reducing Affected Bone
Fitting of Abutments
Market Leading Nobel Biocare Titanium Implants(Guaranteed for 5 years)
CBCT
Impressions For Provisional Teeth

Then Choose One of The Following Three Teeth Options:

  • SHORT TERM
    TEETH
    • Short term acrylic teeth
    • Not reinforced by metal framework
    • *12-month guarantee on teeth
    $2,999 
    Per single arch
  • DELUXE
    TEETH
    • Titanium reinforced acrylic framework
    • with high-quality acrylic teeth
    • **Lifetime guarantee on titanium bar & teeth
    $14,999 
    Per single arch

*Short term teeth are only recommended for a 12 month period. After that, patients and will be required to be upgraded to the premium or deluxe teeth.

**Guarantees are subject to attendance of regular 6 monthly check-up and cleans at Bexley Dental.

Additional fees for sedation apply. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding with a surgical or invasive procedure, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. “per arch” refers to a single jaw/row of teeth

To schedule your free Assessment,
simply pick up the phone and call us at
(02) 9567 4151 today

Book a FREE dental
Implant Assessment.

We will examine your mouth, eliminate all risk factors and assess the correct course of treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you have payment plans?

While most health insurance providers will cover a significant portion of the cost, it’s no secret that they often leave a gap.

To ensure that all of our patients (insured or not) can afford the very best dental care, we’ve partnered with Mac Credit.

What we liked about Mac Credit:

  • They offered flexible plans to meet our patients needs
  • They specialise in financing medical procedures, and their rates reflect the fact that their customers are financing necessary procedures to improve their quality of life
  • They have a proven track record, and the customer reviews to back it up
  • And unlike some firms, they’re able and willing to finance your whole procedure, so if you are uninsured or your insurance is maxxed out for the year, you still have options.
I’ve gotten cheaper quotes from other dentists... Why should I choose Bexley Dental?

It would be hard to find a more experienced implant dentist that Dr. Theo. For the past 15 years, he has focused his continuing education solely on the field of implant dentistry, and puts that education to use every day, installing over 500 implants for patients every year.

That experience translates into:

  • Less discomfort and quicker recoveries
  • Minimal risk of implant failure
  • Reduced complication risks
  • Implants and materials that can last a lifetime
  • And frankly, avoiding those issues typically means a smaller investment over the life of your implants (which should last for your lifetime).
How long does the procedure take?

An implant procedure can take up to 3-4 hours, depending on a patient’s specific treatment plan. The complete All-on-4 procedure usually takes between 3 and 4 hours.

How long will I wait before I receive my permanent teeth?

Your final fixed teeth are usually attached just 24 hours after surgery, during a short, 30-minute appointment with Dr. Spyrakis.

Do I need to be under anaesthesia for the procedure?

No. Implants can be placed using either a local anaesthetic or “sleep dentistry.” Instead of local epinephrine-based anaesthetics, “Sleep dentistry” uses IV Sedation to manage the anxiety that so many patients have when visiting the dentist, which makes it a safer option than any general anaesthetic. Sleep dentistry does not require hospitalisation, so your procedure will be completed right here at Bexley Dental. When you undergo sleep dentistry, your sedation is managed by a medical doctor who monitors your condition throughout the procedure to ensure your safety and comfort.

How long will the implant last?

With proper care and oral hygiene routine, there is no reason that your dental implants can’t last a lifetime!

How are dental implants put in?

Dental implants are surgically placed in the jaw bone, right here in the practice, using a local anaesthetic.

What are dental implants made of?

Dental implants can be made of various biomaterials, but titanium is most commonly used because it is the most compatible with human biology.

What is the tooth (or crown) made of?

The replacement teeth (or crowns) can be made from resin or porcelain, which is the most durable and recommended material for dental implants.