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Single Tooth Implants

At Winthrop Village Dental, we offer solutions for patients seeking to fill the gaps in their smiles. We provide natural-looking, high-quality single tooth implants that seamlessly blend with your existing teeth.

Achieve Your Best Smile

Are you tired of dealing with the discomfort and inconvenience of missing teeth gaps? At Winthrop Village Dental Centre, we understand the impact that these gaps can have on your confidence and quality of life. That’s why we offer single tooth implants to restore your smile’s natural beauty and functionality. 

Our dental team has years of experience in single tooth replacement and a wide range of dental procedures. This allows us to offer personalised solutions that cater to the unique needs of our patients.

What Are Single Tooth Implants?

A single tooth implant is a dental restoration that replaces a single missing tooth. It involves the surgical placement of a titanium implant post into the jawbone, which serves as an artificial tooth root. After the implant integrates with the bone, an abutment is attached to connect the implant to a custom-made artificial tooth or crown.

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Three Main Components of a Single Tooth Implant

Single tooth implant has become a go-to choice for many individuals seeking a permanent and natural-looking replacement for a missing tooth. At its core, a single tooth implant consists of three main components, each playing a crucial role in restoring your smile and dental function.

Implant Post: The Foundation of the Restoration

The first and perhaps most critical component of a single tooth implant is the implant post. This element serves as an artificial tooth root, anchoring the entire restoration securely in the jawbone.

Typically made from biocompatible titanium, the implant post is surgically placed into the jawbone during a minor oral surgery procedure. Titanium’s unique property allows it to fuse with the bone in a process called osseointegration, ensuring exceptional stability and durability. It’s this fusion with the bone that makes dental implants a long-lasting and reliable option for replacing missing teeth.

Abutment: Connecting Implant to the Crown

Once osseointegration has successfully occurred (usually over a few months), the next step is to attach the abutment to the implant post. The abutment is a small connector piece that extends above the gum line. Its primary role is to link the implant post with the replacement tooth or crown.

The precision with which the abutment is placed is essential, as it directly influences the final fit and appearance of the restoration. Abutments are often customised to match the unique characteristics of each patient’s smile, ensuring a seamless blend with the surrounding teeth.

Crown: The Visible, Functional Tooth

The third and most visible component of the single tooth implant is the crown. This is the artificial tooth that is custom-designed to mimic the colour, shape, and size of your natural teeth.

The crown is securely attached to the abutment, completing the restoration. Once in place, it functions just like a natural tooth, allowing you to chew, speak, and smile with confidence.

The high-quality materials used in crown fabrication, such as porcelain or ceramic, not only provide excellent durability but also offer a lifelike appearance that seamlessly blends into your smile.

Book Your Free Consultation Today

Want to book in for your free consultation? Leave your details below for a member of our friendly and knowledgeable team to reach out and organise your booking.

Your Free Consultation will be with a leading dental implant dentist. It will include photographs and an OPG x-ray so that we can craft a personalised, detailed treatment plan. Our treatment coordination team will also have a chance to discuss any finance options and concerns you have about the treatment. Book your free appointment today.


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How Long Do Single Tooth Implants Last?

Single tooth implants are designed to be a long-lasting tooth replacement solution, often lasting a lifetime when properly cared for. The key to their durability lies in the process of osseointegration, where the implant fuses with the jawbone, creating a stable and secure foundation. Additionally, high-quality materials like titanium for the implant and porcelain or ceramic for the crown contribute to their longevity.

Regular oral care, including diligent brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups, is crucial to prevent issues like gum disease that could affect the implant’s health. Moreover, maintaining a healthy lifestyle by avoiding habits like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can further enhance the implant’s chances of lasting for many years, allowing patients to enjoy a functional and natural-looking replacement tooth.

Who Makes a Good Candidate for a Single Tooth Implant?

A good candidate for a single tooth implant should possess good overall oral health, including healthy gums and adequate jawbone density to support the implant. They should be a non-smoker or willing to quit temporarily, in good general health, and committed to maintaining proper oral hygiene.

Ideal candidates have a single missing tooth and realistic expectations about the procedure’s outcome. Age isn’t a strict limitation, but they should have stopped growing, typically in their late teens or early twenties. If there’s insufficient bone density, bone grafting may be necessary.

Finally, good bite alignment contributes to the success of the implant. Ultimately, a qualified dentist or oral surgeon should assess and determine an individual’s suitability for a single tooth implant.

Our Most Frequently Asked Dental Implant Questions

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are like artificial tooth roots made from titanium. They’re placed into your jawbone during surgery to support replacement teeth or bridges. They’re a solid base for dental prostheses, such as crowns or dentures, which help restore both the function and appearance of your smile.

Am I a good candidate for dental implants?

Determining your candidacy for dental implants in Perth depends on factors such as jawbone density, oral health, overall health, and realistic expectations. When you meet with our skilled implant dentist, they’ll carefully check to see if you’re a good fit for dental implants. They’ll do a detailed assessment to make sure this procedure is right for you and your needs.

What materials are dental implants made from?

Dental implants are typically made from titanium, a biocompatible material that is accepted by the body and serves as a strong and sturdy foundation for replacement teeth. Your new teeth will be designed to match the colour and shape of your natural teeth for a seamless smile.

How much do dental implants costs?

In Perth, the cost of dental implants typically starts at around $3,999 AUD for a single tooth implant, including the implant, abutment, and crown. However, this price can vary depending on the complexity of the case and any additional treatments needed.

  • Single dental implant, including implant, abutment, and crown, starts from $3,999 in Perth.
  • All-On-4 implant prices start at $19,000 per jaw in Perth.
  • Implant-retained dentures start from $6,000 in Perth.

During your consultation, we’ll talk about your needs and give you a clear idea of the costs involved. We’re all about transparency and helping you achieve a confident smile that fits your budget. Book a consultation with our experienced dental team to get more information!

Dental Implant ProcedureStarting Price (AUD)
Single Tooth Implant (unrestored)$1,999
Single Tooth Implant$3,999
All-On-4 Dental Implants$19,000
All-On-6 Dental Implants$19,000
Implant Retained Dentures$15,000
Fixed Implant Bridge$9,000

We understand that the cost of dental implants can seem daunting, which is why we strive to offer dental implants in Perth at affordable prices.

Additional Costs and Considerations

  • Bone grafting, if required, is an additional cost depending on the complexity.
  • Anaesthesia or sedation costs vary based on the duration and type of sedation.
  • Implant warranty terms include coverage for specific components and aftercare.
  • Factors such as dental implant brand, material, expertise, and technology can affect the overall cost.
What payment options do you offer?

Our team is always ready to provide you with accurate, up-to-date information on the best payment terms and financing options to suit your specific needs. We’ll work closely with you and provide you with industry-expert assistance, including looking into using superannuation funds to cover the costs of much-needed dental treatment.

We also offer finance plans.

How successful are dental implants?

Dental implants have a high success rate, often well above 90%. However, success rates can vary depending on the health of the individual receiving the implant, where in the jaw the implants are placed, and the professionalism of the dental provider.

Do dental implants hurt?

Most patients report that the discomfort experienced during a dental implant procedure is less than that of a tooth extraction. You’ll be given local anaesthesia to numb the area, and most patients describe the feeling as a slight pressure rather than pain.

Will dental implants help if I have full dentures or partial dentures?

Yes, dental implants can be used to support dentures, making them secure and allowing you to eat and speak more comfortably. This is often done using an All-on-4 treatment approach.

Can I get a dental implant years after extraction or tooth loss?

Yes, you can get dental implants years after tooth loss. The primary requirement is that you have sufficient bone in the area of the missing tooth to provide support for the implant. If you’ve lost a lot of bone, you may require a bone graft before the implant procedure.

How long does the dental implant procedure take?

The length of the procedure varies depending on the number of implants needed and your overall oral health. Typically, the process involves several stages and can take anywhere from a few months to a year.

Are dental implants safe?

Yes, dental implants have a proven safety record. They are made from biocompatible materials that are accepted by the body. However, like any surgical procedure, there are risks involved, which is why it’s important to have the procedure done by a skilled and experienced implant dentist.

Does health insurance cover dental implants?

Coverage varies by provider and policy. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider for details or contact our dentist.

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What our patients say

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Love this practice. I visit Jake who is always very understanding of my nervousness about visiting any dentist. He talks me through each process and makes me feel at ease ensuring I am comfortable each time. This is my preferred Dentist, I won’t go anywhere else!

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We have seen multiple dentists at this practice and we are always very pleased with the service from them. The team are kind and gentle, with good attention to detail. Even though my wife had a tricky case, the dentist explained the treatment very patiently and worked hard to help her fix her problem. I highly recommend coming here for your dental needs!

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I booked in to have my wisdom teeth removed and was super happy with the whole process. I was very nervous to have it done but Dr Jake Mitra and all the staff were really great and made me feel very comfortable. Won't be going to any other dentists for now on!

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Thanks again Jake for once more restoring my teeth to as new condition. The work you do in my case is close to magic and I am making the effort here to record same.Your continued search to keep up with the most modern of dental approaches has certainly been to my advantage and will be of benefit to all your patients.

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I’ve been coming here for several years to see Dr Jake Mitra and the service and expertise is exceptional. Very friendly staff and great atmosphere. Highly recommended!

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Where to find us

Contact Us

Winthrop Village Dental

Address: Shop 22, 131 Somerville Boulevard, Winthrop 6150

Tel: (08) 9312 1388

Opening Hours:

Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 5pm
Wednesday 8am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 7pm
Friday 8am – 5pm
Saturday 9am – 1pm


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Book Your Free Consultation

Fill in the form below to book your complementary consultation. Alternatively you can call our Dental Implants treatment team on (08) 9361 5544.

Book Your Free Consultation

Fill in the form below to book your complementary consultation. Alternatively you can call our Dental Implants treatment team on (08) 9361 5544.