Dental Implants Rouse Hill2024-06-13T10:30:04+10:00

Dental Implants Rouse Hill

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Don’t put up with the inconvenience and embarassment of missing or degraded teeth any longer.

Dental implants might be the perfect solution for you.

We understand the effect that missing or degraded teeth can have on your quality of life. Dental implants are used to replace teeth that you might have lost due to an accident, dental degradation or old age. At The Grove Dental, we use the latest technological advances and digital planning to design natural-looking and long-lasting teeth implant solutions which will give you the confidence to smile again.

How do dental implants work?

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots inserted into the jawbone. Teeth implants are used as a foundation to hold a prosthetic tooth in place. In this way, they function in a similar way to natural tooth roots. The result is artificial teeth that look, feel, and function just like natural teeth.

Three different components make up the whole dental implant fixture: the implant which is placed in the jaw and acts as an artificial root, the crown which looks and functions like a natural tooth and the abutment which connects the two.



  • Look, feel and function exactly like natural teeth – dental implants can be used to significantly enhance the appearance of your smile and restore your confidence to smile, eat and chew again!

  • Reliable and long lasting – when paired with good oral hygiene and care routines, your dental implant can last 15-20+ years.

  • Eat without hesitation – Missing teeth can make mealtimes difficult, as it is not easy to chew hard, tough or crunchy food items. Having a full set of teeth means you can eat well, ensuring you get proper nutrition and stay healthy.

  • Clear speech – Your teeth play an important role in articulating particular sounds when speaking. Dental implants can help restore your ability to speak clearly and communicate more effectively.

  • Improve facial structure – Missing teeth can lead to collapsed facial features as a result of bone loss in your jaw (e.g. sunken cheeks and sagging facial muscles). Dental implants can restore your facial structure and appearance by supporting your lips, cheek and jaw.

  • Prevent bone loss – In addition to preventing bone & gum loss around missing teeth, implants can even reduce sagging skin and wrinkles around the mouth. This is because they help support the muscles in your face and ensure your jaw remains strong as you age.

  • Preserve natural tooth – Unlike dental bridges which sacrifice healthy tooth structure for support, a dental implant will preserve natural and healthy tooth structure on each side.

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So, how do I get started?


Come in for a free consultation so we can assess your concerns and discuss your goals and needs. We’ll analyse your smile and face using photos and x-rays. This will be used to develop a tailored treatment plan.


Depending on your optimal treatment plan, your procedure will be carried out in two or more visits. The process is pain free with the use of local anaesthetic, and sedation options are available if you’re feeling anxious. Final restorations are usually placed several months after the titanium implant has had a chance to fully integrate with the bone of your jaw.


Once the implant has been placed and the area has healed and recovered, you’re able to eat and smile normally again! Implant teeth are just as strong (if not more!) than your natural teeth.

Let’s answer some frequently asked questions about dental implants…

How much do dental implants cost?2023-02-02T20:07:24+10:00

The cost of dental implant treatment can range from $3,500 and upwards per implant. There can be several factors that influence the price of having dental implants placed including the severity of damage, the number of teeth that need work, the materials used, whether additional services are required (e.g. socket preservation, bone grafting) and many other factors. At The Grove Dental, we understand that financial investments in your smile can be a big determining factor, which is why we offer flexible dental payment plans and help accommodate your dental insurance coverage to maximise benefits related to your care.

Am I too old for dental implants?2023-02-02T19:55:34+10:00

While there is no age that is too old for dental implants, suitability for dental implant treatment is judged on the basis of having sufficient bone levels in the jaw to support a dental implant, among other factors. Dental implants are long-lasting and effective for both young and old. There are certain medical conditions however, such as blood clotting disorders, that render a candidate unsuitable for a dental implant. Your suitability can be assessed at a consultation with our dental professionals.

Will my dental implant look natural?2022-12-01T14:54:36+10:00

Yes. Dental implants use the same tooth-coloured crowns used in other types of treatments at The Grove Dental, and are designed to blend in with your other teeth.

How many teeth can I replace with implants?2022-12-01T14:59:52+10:00

Dental implants can be used to replace one, several, or all of your teeth at once.

What if there is not enough bone to support the implant?2023-02-02T19:40:46+10:00

Dental Implants do require a certain amount of bone to provide a strong foundation for the implant. If you do not have enough bone to support the implant, bone grafting or bone augmentation procedures may be used to supplement the existing bone and support the dental implant. In extremely rare cases a large lack of bone can render the placement of a dental implant impossible. It’s best to come in for an assessment to determine suitability for treatment.


Get started with a free, no-obligation consultation to determine if you are suitable candidate for dental implants.

Use our online booking portal, or call us on (02) 8817 2879 to get started today.