• All-On-4® Dental Implants

    All-On-4® is an advanced surgical procedure that gives you a full arch of replacement teeth supported on four dental implants within five days.

    This revoluntionary approach to full mouth rehabiliation is backed by years of clinical studies and proven success rates of up to 98%.

    • Full set of teeth on four dental implants within five days
    • Our All-On-4 bridges may last 2 to 5 years before needing to be replaced
    • Reduces or avoids the need for a bone graft
    • Placed by our experienced surgeon Dr David Norcross
    • No diet restrictions (unlike dentures)
    • Provides strong biting forces
    • Supports jawbone health
    • 5-year warranty on dental implants and titanium bar; 2-year warranty on acrylic teeth
    • Prices start from $21,000 per arch or $40,000 for both

    For more on All-On-4® implants, call Perth Dental Implant Centre or visit the website.

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  • Single Dental Implants From $4250

    A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth that's attached to a titanium post with an abutment. This post is carefully placed into the jawbone, giving the crown strength and stability. Your new teeth are designed by a skilled dental technician and then placed by our experienced and qualified dentist.

    Book a consultation with Dr Norcross in Perth to discuss treatment options, prices, payment plans and any health fund rebates you're entitled to.

    To learn more about our dental implant solutions, visit our dedicated website.

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  • Restoring your smile with dental implants

    A dental implant is the closest available solution to a natural tooth and can be used to replace a single missing tooth, multiple teeth or an entire arch of teeth. Dental implants can also help stabilise loose-fitting dentures for better function and facial support.

    Unlike any other missing teeth solution, dental implants can mimic the function of tooth roots that help to stimulate the jaw bone when you chew food. This helps keep the jaw bone healthy and stops it from shrinking away.

    Book an initial consultation today to discuss your treatment goals and understand whether treatment is right for you. We will check your medical history, examine your mouth and then take radiographs and a 3D bone scan to check if there's enough jaw bone to support dental implants.

    Our team has the skills, technology, quality materials and experience to help you smile again.

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  • Dental implant procedure

    The process of getting implants is conducted over several appointments, depending on the implant solution you have chosen and the number of teeth that need replacing.

    1. Consultation & Treatment Planning

    We examine your teeth and gums, discuss your medical history and take a 3D cone beam scan and a digital impression of your bite. These records can be used to pre-plan your surgery and produce a surgical guide that will help the dentist precisely place the implant into in your jaw.

    2. Placing Your Dental Implants

    On the day of your surgery, your dentist makes an incision in the gum and carefully places the dental implant into the jaw bone. The implant is then left to heal under the gum or with a small metal cap or healing abutment.

    3. Designing Your New Tooth

    After two to three months, your dentist will check that your jaw has properly healed before taking digital impressions for the dental lab to design your crown.

    4. Creating Your New Tooth

    We arrange for your visit to the dental lab to meet our dental technician who will carefully craft and colour match your new crown to existing teeth.

    5. Fitting Your New Tooth

    Once your crown is ready, your abutment and crown are attached to the dental implant.

    6. Maintaining Your Smile

    Six months after your crown is fitted, you attend a follow-up appointment to check your dental implant and crown, then professionally clean and polish your teeth.

    Dental implants are typically placed under a local anaesthesia to numb any pain during treatment. We can also provide treatment under IV sedation (sleep dentistry) or general anaesthesia for nervous patients or complex cases.

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  • Implant Dentistry in East Victoria Park

    Perth Dental Implant Centre operates out of EVP Dental in East Vic Park and Kelmscott Dental in Kelmscott.

    As a patient, you'll benefit from the expertise of Head Dentist, Dr David Norcross, Master Clinician in Implant Dentistry. With over a decade of experience in implant dentistry, Dr Norcross places over 300 dental implants each year and has earned a reptuation as one of Perth's best dentists placing implants.

    We are also proud to be an All-On-4® Centre of Excellence, only of only a handul of dental clinics in Australia.

    To find out more about our dental implant solutions in Perth or to book your initial consultation, call our team today on 1300 108 133.

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Frequently asked questions

Watch as our head dentist, Dr David Norcross explains the factors influencing patient suitability and treatment success, along with expected success rates of this revoluntionary technique.

There are 6 stages of dental implant treatment to replace a single tooth. These stages can slightly differ depending on the number of teeth that need replacing and the implant solution you choose:

1. Consultation & Treatment Planning

We examine your teeth and gums, discuss your medical history and take a 3D cone beam scan and a digital impression of your bite. These records can be used to pre-plan your surgery and produce a surgical guide that will help the dentist precisely place the implant into in your jaw.

2. Placing Your Dental Implants

On the day of your surgery, your dental implant is placed (either by freehand or using digitally guided keyhole surgery if you choose). Your dentist makes an incision in the gum and carefully place the implant into the jaw bone. The implant is then left to heal under the gum or with a small metal cap or healing abutment.

3. Designing Your New Tooth

After two to three months, your dentist will check that your jaw has properly healed before taking digital impressions for the dental lab to design your crown.

4. Creating Your New Tooth

We arrange for your visit to the dental lab to meet our dental technician who will carefully craft and colour match your new crown to existing teeth.

5. Fitting Your New Tooth

Once your crown is ready, your abutment and crown are attached to the dental implant.

6. Maintaining Your Smile

Six months after your crown is fitted, you attend a follow-up appointment to check your dental implant and crown, then professionally clean and polish your teeth.

Learn more about dental implant solutions at our dedicated website www.perthdentalimplantcentre.com.au

The cost of dental implants in Perth can vary depending on the number of dental implants required, the implant system used (MIS or Nobel Biocare), the materials used for the tooth attached to the implant, the position of the implant in the mouth and whether any additional procedures (such as bone or gum grafting) are required in order for the treatment to be successful.

The cost of a single dental implant at EVP Dental starts from $4250*. This includes surgical placement of an MIS seven implant; a titanium abutment; CAD CAM milled monolithic zirconia crown and all x-rays. *Excludes 3D cone beam scan at $217. For an accurate quote, call our treatment coordinator to make an appointment with Dr David Norcross.

Learn more about dental implant solutions at our dedicated dental implants website www.perthdentalimplantcentre.com.au

Dental implants can offer more stability and a longer lifespan compared to other teeth replacement options, but not everyone is suitable for implants or surgery. In these instances we may recommend dental implant alternatives such as a dental bridge, to replace one or several teeth, and full or partial dentures.

Learn more about dental implant solutions at our dedicated website www.perthdentalimplantcentre.com.au

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