William’s Dental Implant Journey In Redland Bay
One of our lovely patients, William, a 60-year-old Navy. He lost his front teeth years ago and tried two different partial dentures, which he did not wear because they were uncomfortable and ill-fitting. He had a dental bridge placed, and due to Xerostomia (dry mouth) and medical condition, his teeth started to deteriorate due to decay. He also suffers from Periodontitis, a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue and, without treatment, can destroy the bone that supports your teeth. Periodontitis can cause teeth to loosen or lead to tooth loss.
His original dentist referred William to another dental clinic in Brisbane, but they made him wait. After nearly a year, they told him that the dentist who could perform his treatment had left and that the clinic won’t be able to do it.
William browsed through Google and searched for a dentist near him. Luckily he found us, and we were the first to call him back.
For William’s smile makeover, he underwent different scans to see if he was suitable for a different course of treatment. He also underwent periodontal treatment to treat his Periodontitis. Once he was cleared, we gave him a dental implant bridge. Dental implants are commonly used in replacing missing teeth. They are stable and designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth.
What Were The Issues With His Existing Teeth
- Decays on front teeth
After ten appointments, we achieved the smile William has always wanted – a stunning smile that made him look fresher and more youthful. Aside from improving aesthetics, Dental Implants also restore their function and reestablish the bite’s proper balance!
Do you have the same dental problem as William? Schedule a consultation with us now! Call us on (07) 3852 1160 or fill out the form below, and we will contact you. Your smile is important to us! We would love to make your dream smile a reality.
Disclaimer: The material posted is for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Results vary with each patient. Any dental procedure carries risks and benefits. If you have any specific questions about any dental and/or medical matter, you should consult your dentist, physician or other professional healthcare providers.