Are you considering dental implants? You may wonder how long dental implants last and it’s like teeth – with proper maintenance, they can last a lifetime!
In general, your dental implants should last around 25 years if you follow correct maintenance to ensure they feel and look how they should.
High quality implants
At SDAI, we want your mouth to feel and look the best it can. That’s why we only use premium products that have been scientifically approved and rigorously tested.
Zirconia implants are proven to be exceptionally strong and highly biocompatible – reducing the need for any replacements.
At SDAI we source and utilise the latest materials and technology, including the most current scientific research so you get the best implants!
How to take care of your implants
Taking care of your implants is not much different from the smile you have now.
Routine maintenance – To take care of our smile, you should visit your dentist at a minimum every six months, no different to how you should visit your local Sydney dentist. Our dentists will make sure your implant is going well and keep an eye on it so it can last as long as possible.
Proper Oral Hygiene – You need to be careful to maintain proper oral hygiene, so your implant lasts as long as possible. You should continue to brush and floss your teeth and rinse your mouth out with mouthwash to help your implant.
Smoking – Research shows that dental implants failure rate is more than double for smokers compared to non-smokers (Passi, D., Dutta, S., Singh, P., Atri, M., Mohan, S. and Sharma, A.). You should speak to us about smoking when deciding about an implant. Smoking also heightens your risk for gum disease.
Dr Dean Licenblat
Having the dentist that other dentists trust with their mouth is the way to make sure you have the best chance with your implant. Dr Dean Licenblat is a global leader educator and innovator and is passionate about implantology. SDAI is one of the few dental surgeries in the world to be awarded ‘Leading Implant Centre of the World’.
Not convinced? Dr Dean Licenblat also:
- Has a master’s degree from the Goethe University in Frankfurt with a focus on Oral Implantology and Bone Grafting
- Is a diplomate member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) – the highest rank available
- Is the head lecturer of the Australasian Implant Academy
- Is the Vice President of the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry (ASID)
- And The first Australian Diplomate for the American Board of Oral Implantology (DABOI)
Go to the best for your dental implants, call us today!
Passi, D., Dutta, S., Singh, P., Atri, M., Mohan, S. and Sharma, A. (2020). Risks and complications associated with dental implant failure: Critical update. National Journal of Maxillofacial Surgery, 11(1), p.14.