Over the course of his career as a dental surgeon (spanning more than two decades) Dr Jason Condello has restored and placed over 600 implants for his patients at Smile Forever Dental.
These successful implants have been surgically placed and restored so our clients can enjoy the benefits of natural teeth, rather than “making do” or relying on dentures.
As one of Perth’s most experienced implant dentists in general practice, Jason is sought for his capabilities as a dental surgeon who provides the full range of comprehensive treatments that result in a perfect smile, healthy gums and strong teeth.
At Smile Forever we offer a full range of dental treatments and surgery, including teeth whitening, crowns, veneers, fillings and gum lifts, Smile Forever clients enjoy the simplicity and convenience of having their treatment completed by the one team, in the one location.
Implant planning, implant placement (surgery) and implant crowns completed by the same dental team saves Smile Forever clients time and stress. Whether they opt for a local anaesthetic, twilight sedation (sleep dentistry) or under a general anaesthetic in our day surgery, our patients don’t have to move between different specialist providers.
Dr Jason Condello recommends dental implants as the best way to replace missing teeth and answers the four most common questions about dental implants that you may like to know before going ahead with a dental implant procedure.
Are Dental Implants as Strong as Natural Teeth?
This is often the first question that Smile Forever clients ask and they are delighted to find out that dental implants look and feel like the real thing. At Smile Forever we have chosen to use the two most reliable, scientifically proven dental implant brands on the market today: Nobel Biocare and Straumann. This means you can rest assured that you are receiving the best possible dental implants available. You can read more about why we have chosen these brands in this blog HERE.
Once an implant is inserted, your mouth will completely heal and your dental implants will be (almost) as strong as natural teeth. With implants, you will enjoy the biting power you once had before you lost your teeth. Not only will they look great, they will feel like the real deal.
Are Dental Implants Safe?
Yes, dental implants are a completely safe and predictable procedure, especially when you have a surgeons as experienced as Dr Jason Condello and the team at Smile Forever, where we have successfully placed thousands of implants for our clients. There are minor risks that will discuss with you, and if we believe that an implant will be too challenging or risky for you, we will recommend an alternative option.
Do Dental Implants get Cavities?
One of the most welcoming facts about dental implants that Smile Forever clients love is that they do not get cavities. We all know that natural teeth can get damaged and decay, but cavities are not an issue with dental implants. Because they are made using a metal that does not get affected by sugar, you won’t need to worry once the implant sets in. Simply brush and floss your new dental implant(s) just as you would with regular teeth to maintain the gums and surrounding teeth to remain healthy and strong.
Can Dental Implants Help Overcome Nutrition Challenges?
A lot of clients make the decision to get a dental implant to overcome the eating restrictions they endure when they have missing teeth. Dental implants mean you can eat a full range of food options and focus on your health, nutrition and diet. A healthy diet, chewing and biting is compromised when teeth are missing and dental implants enable eating and digesting a full range of healthy food options without any discomfort. Dental implants can certainly help overcome nutrition challenges so you can able to choose to eat the full range of foods you once enjoyed.
Book an Appointment with Smile Forever
If you are considering if dental implants are the right option for you, schedule an appointment with Smile Forever Dental.
Come in and share your dental concerns with us and we will help you determine the best course of action for your specific requirements and oral health. Call us today on (08) 9321 6877.