Despite its relatively high cost, the use of all-on-four implants has gained favorable popularity in Australia. The procedure is used for improving the efficiency of prosthetic dentistry, and is considered one of the best permanent procedures for that purpose.
The implants are placed on key strategic points of the maxilla and/or mandible as fixed pillars designed to support the addition of multiple other dental implants. If you have several missing or damaged teeth, this is the recommended procedure that most Australian dentists would suggest.
Need lots of dental work but scared of the dentist? Well, you are not alone. Many people have had good reasons to be scared of the dentist. We have listened to all the most common fears that people have had, and made sure that we learnt from others’ mistakes and we turned it all around so that many of our patients who were dental phobics, now love coming to see us and would go no where else.
What Is Sedation Dentistry?
Of the thousands of patients we have treated, we have heard about all their past experiences. These have been the most common fears that people have reported.
I am self-conscious of my smile. I am scared of pain. I don’t like dentists. If this does not apply to you, ignore this. If this is you, read on.
How Dental Conditions Affect Your Smile Confidence
Many clients come to us less than happy with their smile, but are too afraid to do anything about it. The most common complaints we have are :
1. Crooked teeth
2. Yellow teeth
3. Worn down or mis-shapened teeth.
4. Cracked or broken teeth
5. Missing teeth.
Many think that because they have “big” problems with their teeth, they are doomed to spend months in a dental chair. Very often what they don’t realize, is major problems can be corrected in as easy as 2 treatment visits, and while they are sedated or unaware, so they actually experience a painless visit as they have little or no recollection of the experience afterwards. In other words, they feel like they went to sleep and woke up with a brand new smile!
What Cosmetic Dentistry solutions are there to fix my dental problems?
Jason had always sacrificed for his family. He selflessly put his daughter through all the treatment she needed and sacrificed for her, even though he desperately needed care This is his story, and ours.
Jason talks about how his broken down teeth were a source of embarrassment and shame for him, so much so he did not want to meet people or socialize due to the state of his teeth. He also mentioned that he did not feel comfortable to kiss his wife as he felt so ashamed of his teeth. Jason lost his job as a registered nurse and a prison warden as he felt his teeth were in such a bad shape that it would not show a good example to his patients and his wards.
If you suffer from persistent headaches, neck aches, you could be at risk for TMJ Syndrome. Symptoms of people who suffer from TMJ syndrome can often present with the following symptoms:
1. Persistent headaches, often in temporal areas, but also commonly at the base of the skull. Sufferers of TMJ often wake up with the headaches, and these can often be worse on one side.
2. Persistent neck pain or stiffness, unable to turn head freely. These symptoms can range from mild to severe and often are constant to a daily occurrence.