Dr Shrey Shah is an experienced dental practitioner offering a range of dental services including complex restorations, full mouth rehabilitation, Smile design, Dental implants, Wisdom teeth extractions, Root canal treatment, Crowns and bridges, Paediatric dentistry and Family dentistry. Dr Shah graduated from Gujarat University in India in 2011. He practised in India for a multi-location practice for two-and-a-half years before moving to Australia in 2014. He completed his Australian registration requirement in 2016 and since has been working in a number of private practices. Throughout his career, he has always been up to date with the latest innovations in dentistry and keeps enhancing his skills with continuing professional education to provide his patients the best service possible. Dr. Shrey has been a local since 2018. In his free time Dr Shrey loves to play tennis, watch movies and enjoys spending some quality time with his family.
Getting a Dental Implants in Rockhampton is probably the best option for permanent tooth replacement, if any of your teeth are damaged or missing.
Understandably, the cost of dental implants is one of the main questions that people have.
However, this treatment can last the longest out of all tooth replacement options – making it the most cost-effective and reliable solution.But not any dental implant will do.
There are different types of dental implants. At CQ Dental Studio, we predominantly use titanium implants – and for good reason.We’ll get into that further down, but first, let’s talk about why this is such an effective treatment for a range of problems.
Why consider getting a dental implant in the first place?
Dental implants replace decayed, broken, or missing teeth permanently.
Patients who felt self-conscious to smile with damaged or missing teeth reclaim their confidence with implants, which look and act just like real teeth. There’s no more pain or discomfort when eating and speech quality improves too.
How it works:
A titanium post is inserted through a small incision to the gum, and an artificial tooth is attached to replace a single tooth. The titanium implant fuses with the bone to create a permanent solution, which saves money in the long term.
If multiple teeth need replacing, more implants can be inserted. Some patients need implants for most of their teeth because the extent of damage is so widespread.
Different types of dental implants (materials)
At CQ DentalStudio, we use a two-piece system that consists of an artificial root structure (a post that’s made of titanium) and an artificial tooth (ceramic material that replicates the natural look and feel of enamel).
Titanium implants: Why titanium for the root?
It’s highly biocompatible with the human body and fuses well with the jawbone, which makes the entire implant more secure.
This material has a good track record, dating back to the 1960s for oral implants – so there’s no shortage of clinical studies touting its benefits. Titanium also costs less than zirconia implants.
It’s extremely rare for people to be allergic to titanium, but there are metal-free alternatives in such cases.
Are dental implants painful?
Not at all, they feel just like healthy, natural teeth after the initial tenderness from the procedure wears off.
You may feel a little sore around the implant site for a few days following the procedure, but this is nothing that pain killers can’t soothe.
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