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What Are Dental Implants Made Of?

October 10, 2021
Posted By: LR Dental
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It can be hard to go about your day when you have a missing tooth. Many people feel anxious about having a missing tooth and it can make simple tasks, like chewing and talking, suddenly difficult.

When you lose a tooth, it’s always important to replace it because it can cause severe changes to your mouth health. This small shift in the structure of your teeth will cause another and another until it changes the whole dynamic of your mouth. Major shifts like this to your natural bite can cause dental occlusion (the way your teeth come together) and this can cause even more problems beyond the inside of your mouth.

But there is a comprehensive and permanent solution. Dental implants offer a long-lasting remedy that will go beyond other superficial alternatives to replace not just the tooth but the root below.

When it comes to choosing a dental implant, it can be daunting to decide between all the new options available. That’s why L&R Dental has created a full guide about the different types of dental implants.


What are dental implants made of?

Dental implants are made up of three parts: the crown that resembles your tooth, the connector the secures the crown to the base and the base which provides a safe, stable base for the implant.


Are dental implants permanent solutions?

With the proper care routine, dental implants are 100% a permanent solution.

They are designed to last anywhere between 20 and 30 years. Compared to other, short-term alternatives, dental implants are designed so that you don’t have to worry about regular replacements or applications and get back your natural, beautiful smile easily.


How much do different dental implants cost?

In Australia, the price for a straightforward dental implant ranges between $4,000 to $6,000 per tooth. For a full arch, it comes to $25,000-$40,000.

There are cheap alternatives available but we at L&R Dental Implants Toowoomba know that you’re worth more than that. We focus on quality, professional treatments and will always strive to give you the expert consultation and procedure you deserve.

Contact us or call us today 07 4632 1374 to book a consultation today.