Visit Brisbane’s Leading Dental Implants Dentist
Dr. James Malouf, Brisbane’s dental implants expert has been replacing missing teeth and restoring smiles in his cosmetic dentistry clinic for many years with many successful case studies.
Dr. James Malouf finds dental implant procedures to be one of greatest interests in aesthetic dentistry and one of the most rewarding procedures as it allows him to give his patients a new and improved smile design and confidence in a relatively short period of time.
Dr. James Malouf’s passion is evident in his proactive continuing education evident with his completion of his Dental Implant academic and clinical residency in 2013.
Dr. Malouf attends numerous seminars and courses to further advance his skill and expertise in this field and ensure he is at the forefront of providing the very best treatment to his patients.
To review Dr. James Malouf’s clinical and advance skills in dental implants, please click on dental implant before and after case studies.
Why should I replace missing teeth?
Replacing missing teeth is important to your general health and to the health of your other teeth. Not only do you lose chewing ability when a tooth is lost, but a missing tooth can cause other teeth in the area to tip, tilt and rotate. These changes may lead to a discrepancy with your bite, resulting in serious jaw problems. Also, there are the obvious problems of poor appearance and loss of self-esteem caused by one or more missing teeth.
The replacement of missing teeth with dental implants has been practiced for more than 50 years and in most instances is recognised as the most effective treatment choice. Properly maintained implants, which are anchored by sufficient bone, can last for many years.
Dental Implants BEFORE & AFTER
DENTAL IMPLANTS BEFORE AND AFTER
Nothing gives more testament to the cosmetic dentistry work completed by Dr. James Malouf than his before and after images of his patients.
The Before and After Cosmetic Dentistry images demonstrates the difference he is making in Brisbane with his patients’ new smile transformations and cosmetic dentistry work. Dr. James Malouf is incredibly talented in perfecting the art of smile design. Click here to view more case studies.
Dental Implant Procedure
Placing dental implants is usually completed on two separate occasions. The first is a surgical procedure to place the implants. A second non-surgical procedure is completed 8 to 12 weeks later, after the implant has bonded with the jawbone where a small post is added to secure the new crown, bridge or denture that replaces your missing tooth or teeth. In some cases, that can be completed on the same day.
COMPLETE DENTAL IMPLANTS TREATMENT
Complete dental implants are ideal for anyone suffering from 4 missing, damaged or unstable teeth. This complete dental implant treatment allows our patients to restore the strength and function of their natural teeth – as well as their confidence – in just one day. Our patients see immediate results and as a result they are content knowing this procedure not only assists them to have an improved smile and confidence but it also protects the health of their gums and teeth bones for many years.
This complete dental implant procedure starts with a consultation, where Dr. James Malouf and his highly skilled dental staff will conduct a full dental examination including all diagnostic scans and images, they will learn more about your new smile design aspiration and help answer any questions you have about the complete dental implant treatment procedure.
What are the benefits of Dental Implants?
Looks similar to natural teeth Dental implants are the closest replacements to natural teeth and are recommended when the desired result is to replicate a natural tooth.
Protects healthy jaw bone Where there is one or more missing teeth the jaw bone can start to deteriorate due to it not supporting a tooth. Having dental implants can eliminate and prevent jaw bone deteriorate.
No cavities Dental implants cannot get cavities ever! You will still have to visit your dentist to get regular check ups for general oral health care and early prevention of diseases and problems
Improved Smile and Appearance
Improved Function (chewing and speech)
Dental implants are typically the best choice for anyone missing one or more teeth due to injury, disease or decay. They are especially practical for patients who can no longer wear loose-fitting removable dentures. If you have a missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or are missing all of your teeth then you are most likely a suitable candidate for dental implants; however, your dental and medical history must be carefully evaluated at your consultation appointment. Come and speak to one of our dentist at Tingalpa, Brisbane to discuss if dental implants are for you.
There are many shapes, sizes and brands of implants available. Here at Malouf Dental our experienced clinicians have been offering Dental Implants in Brisbane as a treatment choice for many years and have a wide variety of experience with several kinds of implants. With this in mind you can be assured that we will know which implant is right for you.
It is important for a patient to have enough bone to support the implant. If you do not have enough bone, there are many safe and effective ways to correct bone deficiency. If you are considering dental implants, we will assess this and advise you if additional bone material is needed.
Treatment time can vary greatly depending on your needs. Each situation needs a separate evaluation; at your consultation appointment we will be able to give you an approximate timetable.
Dental implants require 2 to 6 months of healing before they can be loaded in function. However for suitable candidates, the healing time can be reduced so that the implants are loaded almost immediately without compromising their success.
Treatment costs can vary greatly depending on your needs. Each situation requires a separate evaluation; at your consultation appointment we can discuss your wants and needs and will then be able to give you an idea of what costs are involved.
Initially, the implant is placed into your jaw bone. Over the next two to three months, the implant and the bone are allowed to bond together to form an anchor for your artificial tooth. During this time, a temporary tooth replacement option can be worn over the implant site. Following this, impressions of your implant will be recorded to begin the advanced construction of your new tooth.
Finally, your custom-made crown will be attached to the implant. After a short time, you will experience restored confidence in your smile and your ability to chew and speak. Dental implants are so natural-looking and feeling that you may forget you ever lost a tooth.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.