Western Prosthodontic Centre

Seeking a Permanent Tooth Replacement? Talk to Us about Dental Implants.

June 13, 2018
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Posted By: Western Prosthodontic Centre
Dental Implant | Western Porsthodontic Centre

At Western Prosthodontic Centre, we are especially skilled in the art of dental implants and offer this service from start to finish in our West Perth, WA dental clinic. Dr Brad Shepherd is an experienced prosthodontist, completing many advanced cases per year that help our patients enjoy eating the foods they love and smiling confidently again.

While other treatment options to replace missing teeth are available, including bridges, dentures and partial dentures, dental implants improve patients’ smiles while enhancing their quality of life.

Here’s why many of our patients choose dental implants in our West Perth, WA dental practice.

You can enjoy an unrestricted diet. Dental implants are almost like having your natural tooth again. You do not need to give up blue steak, crunchy carrots or refreshing apples with dental implants.

Dental implants will not embarrass you. Because they fuse with your bone, dental implants are stable and will not shift or move when you need them to stay put. Dentures are notorious for mishaps during dinner or while laughing. If you do have dentures and want additional security, dental implants can hold them in place.

Dental implants have health benefits. When tooth loss occurs, or a dental extraction is performed, bone loss can occur at the site of the missing tooth. Dental implants stimulate healthy bone and maintain the facial structure for a more youthful appearance.

Dental implants also fill the space left behind after extraction and keep the bite from shifting, which may lead to jaw problems and a misaligned bite.

If you want to find out if dental implants are right for you, we are here to help. Give Western Prosthodontic Centre a call to book an evaluation, and we will help you decide how to complete your smile and eat the foods you enjoy most.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.