Are your removable dentures affecting your lifestyle?

Do you have speech problems when wearing your dentures? Do you find wearing your dentures uncomfortable? Are you changing your eating habits because your dentures? If you answer is yes, Mini Dental Implants are probably the solution you are looking for.

The Mini Dental Implants system was developed to provide greater denture stability for patients who suffer from the issues mentioned above and cannot withstand the rigors of conventional dental implant surgery or do not have enough bone to allow for full-sized implants to be placed.


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The Mini Dental Implant System consists of a miniature titanium alloy implant, usually less than 3mm diameter, which acts like a tooth root retaining a fixture that is incorporated into the base of your denture. This system is specially targeted to patients that cannot tolerate the rigors of conventional dental implant, were complications could arise.

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Mini Dental Implants Benefits

The procedure to fix mini dental implants is less invasive than traditional dental implants with minimum impact on the gum tissue and the maxilla bones which greatly reduce the healing phase.

Mini Dental Implants Disadvantages

  • Not recommended for individual tooth.
  • Some patients could reject the mini implant.
  • As any surgical procedure, there are risks of infection.

How long it takes to place Mini Dental Implants?

This procedure is completed in one session.

Placement of mini dental implants is accomplished quickly and easily in our dental practices. At the end of the session you will have fixed dentures ready to be used.

Is anaesthesia required during the surgery?

Placement of mini implants requires local anaesthesia or light sedation to help make you more comfortable.

Visit our sedation dentistry page to check available sedation options offered by our dental centres.

Mini Dental Implants Cost

Generally speaking, Mini Dental Implants procedure is less complex and require less time in our offices, reducing the cost to about 1/4 of the price of a regular dental implants.

How long Mini Dental Implant last?

If you visit your dentist for regular check ups and take proper care, your dental mini implants could last more than 20 years.

Contact



Sydney CBD - Martin Place

Suite 8, Level 2, 64-68 Castlereagh Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

P: (02) 9427 3366, (02) 9418 6499, (02) 9427 5017

Work Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 7AM - 6PM
Friday - Sunday: Closed


Lane Cove

76 Burns Bay Road
Lane Cove, NSW 2066

P: (02) 9427 3366, (02) 9418 6499, (02) 9427 5017

Work Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8AM - 7PM
Saturday: 8AM - 2PM
Sunday: Closed

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