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Thanks for choosing multi-award Healthy Smiles Dental Group in Melbourne to discuss the options to replace your missing teeth or get rid of loose dentures.

The future of implant dentistry is here at Healthy Smiles. Say no!! to loose dentures and missing teeth. Our complimentary dental implant consultation in Melbourne gives you all the information to make an informed decision.

Talk to our caring and friendly dental implant treatment team today to book a COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION and discuss your options.

We have payment plans to take care of your finances and costs for dental implant treatment in Melbourne.

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Welcome to Future of Computer Aided Dental Implant Surgery at Healthy Smiles

No Bleeding


No Bleeding

Because of no incision

Accurate process


Extremely Accurate

Because it’s computer guided

Quick recovery


Quick recovery

Because there are no stitches

Better Experience


Better Experience

Because it’s very comfortable

No more Anxiety


No more Anxiety

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4 Reasons Why You Should Choose Digital Guided Dental Implant Surgery in Melbourne


Minimally Invasive Surgery

A Surgical guide is fabricated to place the implant with minimal surgery and can be used with all patients who have had a radiographic and clinical evaluation to determine the sustainability of having implants.

Everything in Just One Location

Less Complications

A digitally guided dental implant poses lesser danger to the patients because the dentists can easily comprehend the condition of the bone tissue with the help of the 3D mock surgery. It also reduces the risk for any nerve damage or the implant treatment to go wrong.
Short Treatment Period

Shorter Procedure Time

An initial surgical plan is used to create the prosthetic teeth which reduces the time of treatment. Computer guided implant procedure takes much less time than conventional implant surgery.

 Quick Recovery

Quicker Recovery

  Since it is a minimally invasive surgery, the patients do not feel a lot of post-operative pain, have minimal bleeding, and minimal swelling post treatment. This helps in quicker recovery time.

The process where missing teeth/tooth that is not possible to be saved using traditional methods, and new synthetic implants are planted in its place is referred to as dental implants.

3D Guided Dental Implants Melbourne

3D Guided Dental Implants Melbourne

Do you hide your smile because you are missing tooth/teeth?


Do you miss the feeling of enjoying your favourite food?


Do you want to invigorate your confidence and self-esteem?

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

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At Healthy Smiles, the cost of the entire process along with the implant crown and abutment can range from $4,000 to $7000 approximately. Your health is your wealth, and we care for your smile! Therefore, we have you covered here with our exclusive payment plans about which you can go through in detail on our website.

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State-of-the-art Dental Practice in Melbourne

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State-of-the-art Dental Practice in Melbourne

The amazing team of Healthy Smiles is committed to providing you with comprehensive treatments for Dental Implants to help you create the smile you have always dreamt of. Talk to our caring team today to discuss how we can help you bring back your confident smile at our state of the art dental clinic in Melbourne.


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At Healthy Smiles, we have always ensured that our patients are treated professionally and exceptionally. Our team of gentle dentists are splendid at their work and will offer you the exact treatments that best suit your condition.
We have committed ourselves in providing skilled treatment to our patients and look forward to excel in dental care services.

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What is Digital Guided Implant Surgery?

Digital Guided Implant SurgeryIn a digitally guided implant surgery, the procedure includes planning, the placement of dental implants with precision on a computer program. Following which a 3D printed surgical diet is fabricated to place the dental implants accurately in the mouth. There is minimal trauma, minimal bleeding, and minimal post-operative complications, and hence, the patient is experiencing less pain. 

General Incision Surgery Vs Minimal Incision Surgery

General Incision Surgery

  • Heavy bleeding along with swelling
  • High risk of infection
  • Recovery period is long

Minimal Incision Surgery

  • Almost no bleeding or swelling
  • Low risk of infection
  • Recovery period is very short

Do you have too much running in your mind? We will help you by answering all your questions in detail

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Healthy Smiles has always proactively upgraded to the latest technologies that are available in the field of dentistry. You can avail of the digital guided dental implant procedure at the hand of our caring and experienced dentists at economical rates.

Charges and individual budgets are significant in making a decision, but we should always be considerate when it comes to our health. We encourage our patients to ponder over certain questions before they can make their call.


Is there enough bone tissue to perform the implant surgery, or is a bone grafting necessary?


What is the quality of materials and implants used?


Do the implant crowns look natural, or the look is unnatural?


Does the clinic have an expert team of dentists or do they outsource their work?


What are the oral health compromises that you would have to make if you did not go ahead with the dental implant surgery?


Is your dentist experienced?

Dental Implants

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Dental Implants

Dental implants can be performed for both single tooth and multiple teeth. The process is performed under the general anesthetic in a hospital or while being seated on a dental chair under local anesthetic. You will receive a detailed consultation from us as we like our patients to be informed about the entire process including the cost for the treatment, time preferences and type of treatment, etc. before we refer you to one of our experienced and caring general dentists to proceed with dental implants treatment.

The process of replacing teeth, permanently, has been around for about six decades. Not only do the implants look like your original teeth, but the feel is also the same.
Irrespective of the material a dental implant is made of, there are three major components present in it – a titanium screw which is fixed into the bone, an abutment which is basically a piece of metal connected to the screw and it sits above the gum line, and finally a crown made of porcelain or ceramic that looks exactly like your teeth and is fixed on top of the abutment.
For most, the dental implants are so real that it is difficult for others to distinguish between their natural teeth and the recently fixed dental implants.
There are different types of dental implants available. You can decide which one would best work for you in the consultation process.

Conventional Dental Implants

Dental Implants

The conventional implants offer long-lasting solutions for missing teeth. In this process, the implants comprise three components – the implant that is fixed in the jawbone, the metal abutment which is screwed in the implant to fix it, and finally a crown that resembles your teeth. There are hundreds of patients who have undergone conventional implants in our clinic, and are enjoying in performing their daily activities without any concerns.

Dental Implants

Immediate Dental Implants

Immediate Dental Implants

Immediate Dental Implants

In the regular process of conventional dental implants, a waiting period of at least 3 to 6 months is observed between placing an implant and replacing the teeth. However, in Immediate Dental Implants, the implant and the replacement teeth are placed at the same time. This is an instant process, and the patient can go back home with their old tooth replaced with a new one, the same day in most cases.

A thorough medical, clinical and radiographic evaulation needs to be conducted to determine the sustainability of getting dental implants.

Bone Grafting Dental Implants

Bone Grafting Dental Implants
The jawbone just beneath the tooth begins to recede after the tooth above it is removed. With time, the patient will face loss of bone, and the results are not pleasing. Facial changes become quite apparent because their cheeks and/or lips begin to sink. A patient looking forward to getting dental implants must also have sufficient jawbone to support the implants. Without the jawbone, it is impossible to get dental implants. However, dental science is at a very advanced stage and there are many things possible today. The process of bone grafting enables the patient to get dental implants by rebuilding the jawbone.
Bone Grafting Dental Implants

All on 4 dental Implants

All on 4 dental Implants

All on 4 dental Implants

Usually, single implant-supported dentures and dental implants need at least 3 to 6 months to heal before they can be enabled to function orally. However, at Healthy Smiles, you can get multiple implants in just 3 days. Our general dentists or expert dentists are not just compassionate but also experts at their work. They will complete the process quickly and skilfully. The permanence of dental implants is accomplished across the rigid prosthetic bridge by dispensing its weight over 4 to 6 dental implants.
When compared to traditional dentures, the full-arch implant dentures offer several benefits. Once they are ready to use they offer benefits like greater comfort, taste of texture of food because the palate is exposed to food, improved speech, ability to eat food in a better way, and finally it looks far more natural and aesthetically pleasing compared to the traditional dentures.



Dentures are false plates or teeth. They can either be partial or full. In partial dentures, one or more teeth require to be replaced whereas in full dentures the dentist would have to replace all the teeth present in one jaw or both the jaws of the patient, as the condition requires. A denture is a removable prosthetic device that is used to replace missing teeth and prevent any gum loss associated with it.


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Things You Should Know About Dental Implants

1. What are dental implants?

Dental implants

1. What are dental implants?

The process of replacing missing tooth/teeth is known as dental implants. If you have missing tooth/teeth then dental implants are one of the ways to restore the missing gap.

There are three parts in dental implants:


A screw that is placed inside the bone


An abutment which is a connecting piece that connects the prosthetics to the implants


Finally, a crown which is a cover that is placed over the abutment

2. Why should I replace the extracted teeth?

Why should I replace the extracted teeth
Once the teeth are extracted, the jawbone begins to shrink without the support of the teeth. This affects the shape of your face, makes you look older than your actual age and also affects smile. Missing teeth will also affect your speech, ability to bite and later lead to jaw joint issues also.
Why should I replace the extracted teeth

3. What are the benefits of dental implants?

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3. What are the benefits of dental implants?

Some benefits of dental implants include:

Comfortable and naturally functional set of teeth


Strong and protected teeth


A long term solution for a missing tooth/teeth


Reduction in speech impairment


Restores and protects the natural shape of mouth, jaws, and face

4. What are the advantages of dental implants over dentures or bridges?

Advantages of dental implants over dentures or bridges

An individual tooth remains solitary in dental implants, and if something goes wrong with it in future, it can be treated by the dentists without causing any damage to the teeth around it.

Dentures are a removable set of teeth that can be put on or removed at your will. The level of ease entirely depends on the patient and how comfortable they are in having them on and taking care of them.

Conventional bridges require cutting your natural teeth and at least three or more teeth are joined together in the procedure. In the future, if there are problems in the teeth, then the entire bridge will have problems.

Advantages of dental implants over dentures or bridges

5. Can anyone get dental implants?

Can anyone get dental implants

5. Can anyone get dental implants?

People of all ages with enough bone tissue willing to get their smiles rectified through dental implants can undergo the process. A thorough medical, clinical and radiographic evaulation needs to be conducted to determine the sustainability of getting dental implants.

However, if they do not have enough jaw bone then (usually caused because of long term tooth/teeth loss) can undergo the gum bone grafting and/or bone grafting procedures prior to the dental implants surgery.

6. What if I have no bone at all for dental implants?

no bone at all for dental implants

For patients who do not have any bone, we enhance the site by adding some bone prior to the dental implants. The process can be quick if it is done at the same time and placed at the same time but however can vary from 3 to 9 months if bone grafting needs to be done prior to placement as well. 

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7. Can any dentist perform dental implants surgery?

Can any dentist perform dental implants surgery

7. Can any dentist perform dental implants surgery?

Yes, all dentists are qualified to perform the procedure of dental implants. However, not all of them may have the expertise, experience, or comfort of conducting a dental implant surgery. At Healthy Smiles, we have an exceptionally experienced and well-trained team of dentists who carefully perform dental implants on the patients. They ensure the well-being of the patients when performing the procedure and are very gentle even during the post-surgery process.

8. How long will dental implants last?

How long will dental implants last

With proper oral care and regular dental check-ups, dental implants will last you a very long time. However, there are several patients for who the implants were required to be changed after a few years, but that is because they did not visit the dentist when required and did not take proper care of their new set of teeth.
There are different factors that play an important role in determining the longevity of dental implants, for which a dentist is not responsible, such as – genetics, nutritional requirements, medications and conditions that may compromise  the quality of bone over time, oral bacteria, poor oral hygiene, smoking, diabetes, etc.
Therefore, it is difficult to foretell any patient individually about how long their dental implants would last them. The success of dental implants mostly depends on how you lead your life post the treatment. Rest assured, Healthy Smiles will offer you the high-quality materials for prosthetics and the Quality dentists to perform the procedure on you.
On average, they should last you anywhere between 5 and 20 years

How long will dental implants last

9. What is the success rate of dental implants?

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9. What is the success rate of dental implants?

The area of the jaw in which the dental implants are placed usually determine the success rate.
Dental implants placed in the lower jaw have a high success rate about 98% over 5 years.
Implants placed further at the back of the mouth have a fairly lesser success rate, yet it is about 90% over 5 years. For people who smoke, consider this success rate to drop by 30%.

10. Can people who smoke cigarettes get dental implants?

Can people who smoke cigarettes get dental implants
Our dentists advise quitting smoking before undergoing the dental implant procedure. The success rate of dental implants for smokers is just 70% over 5 years.
Can people who smoke cigarettes get dental implants

Design Your Smile at Healthy Smiles

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Dental implants are an investment that enhances your well-being and promotes an overall healthy lifestyle. The procedure is a long term solution for missing tooth/teeth that helps in regaining their lost confidence and self-esteem.
We perform the procedure in a well-equipped clinic located centrally in Melbourne using advanced and modern technologies at the hands of experienced dentists. We have the facility of providing sleep dentistry/general anesthesia  to patients who are anxious or fearful of painful and deadly surgery.
We offer a complimentary consultation session to all our patients, and they are welcome to take a second opinion before we initiate the surgical process.
Results of the procedure may be different for every patient, and the effect of alternate treatment options, including that of no treatment, should also be taken into consideration.
You can visit our helpful and approachable team at Healthy Smiles to discuss the best treatment options that we have to offer for your condition.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Dental Bridges?
Dental bridges are nothing but the gap created by one or more missing teeth. The process replaces the missing teeth in your mouth. Dental bridges are custom made according to the patient and are shaped to resemble their natural teeth. A dental bridge is flocked by two or more anchoring teeth known as abutment teeth and false teeth or tooth between them known as pontics. At Healthy Smiles, we offer pontics in different materials such as porcelain, gold, alloy, and zirconia. Some pontics are available in a combination of these materials mentioned. Dental bridges can restore back your smile and give you a set of fully functional teeth that look completely natural.

Usually there are 4 main types of dental bridges available and they are as below:

The first is the Conventional Bridge which is suitable for patients who have natural teeth present on either side of the gap created by the missing tooth. The process requires reshaping of teeth on both the sides of the gap so space can be created to cement crowns on them using a pontic in between them, so it can take the place of the missing tooth.

The second is a Cantilever Bridge and it is appropriate to implement on a person who has an adjacent tooth on just one side of the lost tooth/teeth. The pontic in this case is sustained by a single side by one or two crowned abutments. This is subject to the support needed by the pontic or the length of the bridge.

The third type of dental bridge is a resin-bonded bridge known as Maryland Bridge. It is a more conservative substitute to traditional dental bridges. They comprise a single pontic which is supported in place by a porcelain or metal framework known as a wing. Composite resin cement is used to bond the framework behind the tooth adjacent to the missing tooth. Usually, some amount of tooth may have to be removed from the back surfaces of the teeth to make some space for the framework to fit.

The fourth and the most suitable forms of tooth replacement are Implant-Supported bridges. Biocompatible titanium implants are surgically embedded in the jawbone to secure the restoration. One dental implant replaces one missing tooth. Alternatively, a pontic is placed between two implant-supported crowns. The procedure is both invasive and expensive and requires more time than the other treatments offered, but the results are truly amazing. Moreover, this option is considered to be a one-time investment as these implants would last you for a lifetime.

Which materials are used to make dental implants?

Dental implants are made of a biocompatible material as these types of materials are accepted by the body. Titanium is a strong metal and gives the replaced teeth a strong foundation. They are long-lasting and have a high success rate.

Another material that is commonly used instead of titanium is zirconia.

The crowns attached to the implants are usually made of all-ceramic or high-grade porcelain fused to expensive metals such as gold.

Who can get dental implants?

The dentist, oral surgeons or prosthodontists advise you about the options in dental implants that would best suit your condition. Our doctors are very gentle in handling the patients and try to save the damaged tooth but for cases where the tooth cannot be saved they advise an extraction and an implant.

Some aspects that are checked for in a patient who requires a dental implant include good oral hygiene, fulfilling some common medical requirements and having good bone quality along with proper volume. However, if the patient doesn’t meet the latter requirement a bone grafting can help solve this problem.

What are the benefits of getting dental implants?

Besides giving your face a pleasing look, dental implants also offer functional benefits of chewing food, providing support to the gums, etc. When you lose a tooth, it doesn’t just leave a gap in your jaw but also impacts the other teeth. The remaining teeth tend to shift to the space of lost tooth, causing your cheeks and lips to sink. It also causes discomfort, problems to chew food, and speech issues.

A dental implant is fixed on the bone and is independent from the other teeth. So, if the dental implant has problems, then the implant will alone be affected by the issue and the other teeth will remain safe. Our specialists are amazing at assessing problematic areas. Once they examine the issue, they take the necessary steps to fix the problem without affecting the other teeth.
Earlier the only solution for patients, who had several teeth missing from their jaw, was dentures. However, dental science has advanced over the years and the materials and tools available to execute dental jobs are of high quality. Patients have more treatment options especially when they need to replace their teeth. There is nothing better than getting dental implants if you wish to replace missing tooth or teeth because they are long lasting and, if maintained well, will last you a lifetime.

What is the procedure of getting dental implants?
A. Here is a quick glance at the procedure involved in getting dental implants:

  • A detailed examination of the patient’s dental and medical health along with a bone density assessment and test for sinuses is performed.
  • Before the implants are loaded the area of the missing tooth is prepared for the treatment. The quality and health of the surrounding gums are also determined.
  • Titanium screw is placed and the area is left to heal for at least two or three months. However, there are other procedures in dental implants where the healing process is omitted and the cap is placed on the same day.
  • The implant is surgically exposed, and then a healing cap placed over it.
  • Our experts take impressions that are sent to the laboratory. The impressions are used to make a dental crown. The crown is made to look like your original set of teeth, even the color is matched carefully.
  • After two weeks, the healing cap is removed, and the dental crown is placed over it.
  • Since the dental implants are biocompatible they merge with the surrounding bone and function exactly like the root of a tooth.

The oral health doctors of our clinic understand that a patient is usually under stress or anxiety about having to go through this process. This is why they explain the procedure beforehand. All our oral health practitioners are compassionate and kind. If they find you feeling anxious about the treatment, they ensure that they make you comfortable before they take you through the treatment.

How much does it cost for dental implants?

Healthy Smiles provides durable dental implants which can cost on an average between $4,000 and $7,000. The bill varies for every patient and would depend on the number of implants, type of implant used, extraction, usage of dentures or dental bridge, charges of the prosthodontist or oral surgeon, etc. To ease out your tension of having to pay a huge bill, we also offer some dental payment plans so you can pay the bill in instalments. Our dental implant experts will give you a rough estimate of the expenditure that you would incur before you can begin the treatment.

Who performs the procedure of dental implants?

At Healthy Smiles, a general dentist will take you through a consultation process. The treatment will be done by our highly skilled dentist, who are experts in providing high quality dental implants.

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