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Edentulous patient, 24 hours after start of the surgery, receives a full-contour-zirconia bridge, that is replacing the lost teeth one-to-one.

Courtesy of Dr Poli Gunaridis and Eason Liao (Dental Technician), The AIDER Dental Clinic and Dental Laboratory.

Costs*               $12,500

All Ceramic Implant Bridge Immediate

Immediate loading. Full-Contour Zirconia, 

10 Teeth.

ADA Item Codes

 

Consultation and Treatment Planning

#014 Consultation                                           Free

#039 Tomography                                           Free

#083 Tomography analysis                             Free

#022 Intra-oral radiograph (3x)                        Free

#071 Diagnostic model (2x)                           Free

#072 Photographic records intraoral (4x)       Free

 

Implant Surgery

#779 Surgical guide                                         Free

#684 Insertion of second stage implant (4x)   $6800

#022 Intra-oral radiograph (4x)                       $88

 

Restorative Phase

#661 Fitting of implant abutment (4x)             $1020

#672 Full Crown attached to implant (4x)       $3200

#643 Bridge Pontic (6x)                                   $1326

#022 Intra-oral radiograph (3x)                          $66

 

TOTAL                                                             $12,500

Your initial implant consultation is FREE (including 3D-Scan (Cone Beam Scan).

All Ceramic Implant Bridge Immediate

"Teeth in 72 hours":

From a Denture to 

Fixed Porcelain Teeth

Completed for $12,500* per jaw

Made in Brisbane

For suitable, endentolous patients with adequate bone volume this treatment option allows the insertion of four dental implants which support a full set of porcelain teeth within 72 hours.

For the patient it is a dramatic change from no teeth to fixed teeth - as they feel similar like natural teeth. 

After a thorough examination and patient information the treatment is performed within 72 hours.

On the first day four dental implants are inserted under local anaesthetic that is normaly used for general dental treatment procedures.

A team of specialist, dentists, prosthetist and dental technicians is working under one roof to achieve a new natural smile made out of pure zirconia.

After the surgery an impression is made and a few hours later a new set of teeth are tried-in. The patient will be involved in this process as the prosthetist will ask her/his opinion about the appearance of the new implant bridge. A provisional bridge made out of acrylic is tried-in later that day to verify the fit on the implants and the esthetic outcome.

On the second day the final bridge made out of zircionia is inserted and the treatment is completed. A week later there is a follow-up and the removal of the sutures.

Regulare check-ups are necessary to follow-up the healing of the implants.

Usually after 3-5 months the implants are healed into the bone is completed.

*Prices are valid from January, 1st 2017. Prices are subject of change in the future. Prices are intended as a guide only and do not include any necessary pre-surgical interventions (e.g. extractions, bone grafts, temporary dentures, periodontal treatment and other).

After an initial consultation and treatment planning you will receive a final quote which is reflecting your needs and will be accurate. Please note that dental implants are not suitable for all patients. When a patient is found not to be a suitable candidate no treatment is offered or rendered. The results of individual treatments may vary.

WARNING: Any surgical procedure carries risks which also may depend on your general health. This will be discussed with you prior to any surgical intervention. Not every patient is suitable for receiving dental implants. When a patient is found not to be suitable candidate for dental implants no treatment is performed. Results of individual treatments may vary.

Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner such as your dentist or your doctor.