Welcome to ORAA Implant Dentistry
At ORAA Implant Dentistry, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality dental care in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Our team of experienced and skilled dentists specializes in the placement and restoration of dental implants, as well as other advanced dental procedures.
We offer a full range of implant dentistry services, including:
- Dental implant placement
- Implant Restoration
- Sinus lifts and bone grafting
- Teeth in a Day
- Advanced restorative dentistry
Our team is also committed to staying at the forefront of the latest advancements in implant dentistry to provide our patients with the best possible results.
In addition to our patient care services, we also offer a MaxiCourse program that provides hands-on training in implant dentistry to dental professionals. This program is designed to give you the knowledge and skills you need to successfully place and restore dental implants in your own practice.
“I had always been self-conscious about my missing tooth, but the team at ORAA Implant Dentistry made me feel so comfortable and confident throughout the entire process. I am thrilled with my new implant and can’t stop smiling!” – Jane D.
“I was hesitant to get dental implants because I had heard horror stories about the pain and recovery time. But the team at ORAA Implant Dentistry made the whole experience so easy and painless. I am so happy with my new teeth!” – Michael S.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at (02) 4099 8324. We look forward to welcoming you to our practice and helping you achieve your best smile.
What is an implant in dentistry?
An implant in dentistry is a small, artificial tooth root made of titanium that is placed into the jawbone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.
What are the 3 types of dental implants?
The three types of dental implants are:
- Endosteal implants : These are the most common type of implant and are placed directly into the jawbone.
- Subperiosteal implants: These are placed on top of the jawbone and are used for patients with a minimal amount of remaining jawbone.
- Transosteal implants: These are rare and are placed through the jawbone, most commonly used for patients who lack jawbone for any other type of implant.
How long do dental implants last?
Dental implants can last for many years, even a lifetime, with proper care and maintenance. However, the lifespan of an implant can vary depending on the individual case and the quality of the implant. Factors that can affect the longevity of an implant include the patient’s oral hygiene, the health of the jawbone, and the type of implant used.