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Make your smile complete with one of Sydney's leading dental implant dentists.

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Is something missing
from your smile?

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Whether you’re missing one or a few teeth, your smile never feels quite complete.

It’s like missing a very important piece of a very important puzzle.
And it can happen to anyone.

Regardless of the cause, losing a tooth or teeth is stressful and upsetting. Lost teeth can see you lose more than just your confidence. Your smile is a huge part of your identity and when something’s missing, you lose a part of yourself.

But there is a way to fill that gap.

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Dental implants can replace the missing piece from your smile.

As the closest thing to natural teeth, dental implants are hand-crafted for beautiful results and secured in the jaw using a titanium base for strength and durability.

From a single dental implant or implant bridge to the full All-on-4 treatment, we can help you completely restore your smile and feel whole again.

Replacing nature
with predictable, long-lasting dental implants.

Completely natural

Dental implants are as close as you’ll get to natural teeth. Brush, eat, laugh and smile with complete confidence.

A smile for life

Extremely durable and long-lasting. Done right and done with the right care, your dental implants can truly last a lifetime.

No bone loss

Dental implants perfectly fill the gaps in your smile, reducing bone loss, bite issues and other dental problems.

All set for success

Dental implants are one of the most successful dental treatments available with a 95-97% success rate.


Over the past 25 years, Daniel has restored thousands of smiles with dental implants.

When it comes to creating a comfortable and predictable dental implant treatment, experience matters. Over the years, Daniel has refined his process to make your experience as easy and stress-free as possible.

While embracing cutting-edge technology and the latest clinical techniques, Daniel also adopts a patient-focused approach. He is committed to ensuring your ease, comfort and confidence throughout your entire dental implant treatment.

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“Our focus is completely on you and your comfort.”

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on dental implant costs.

At Dental Implants on Miller, we’re 100% upfront with our dental implant prices. You won’t find any hidden fees or unexpected costs here — we only do good surprises (like the first time you see your whole new smile!)

single implant

Need one tooth replaced? Our single implant price includes removal of your existing tooth (if required), a high-quality clinically proven dental implant and your tooth crown.  Your permanent tooth crown will be placed 3 to 6 months after the implant to allow your jaw and gums to heal fully.  If the replacement tooth is in the front of the mouth, we'll provide a temporary tooth while healing occurs.

From $6,500

implant bridge

Missing several teeth in a row?  Dental implants can be used to hold a dental bridge in place.  Our implant bridge price includes removal of existing teeth (if required), clinically proven dental implants and a tooth bridge.  Your permanent tooth bridge will be placed 3 to 6 months after the implants to allow your jaw and gums to heal fully.  If we're replacing teeth in the front of the mouth, we'll provide a temporary tooth bridge while healing occurs.

From $14,500

bone grafting

If you've had gum disease or missing teeth for a while, you may have experienced some jawbone loss. In this case, we may recommend bone grafting to replace the missing bone and encourage new bone growth.  Grafting gives us a solid foundation of bone to be able to place dental implants.  We'll advise if bone grafting is necessary at your free consultation.

From $750

flexible dental
implant finance.

Don’t put off perfecting your smile any longer. We offer a range of flexible and manageable finance options for your dental implant treatment with a quick and easy approval process. This means you can get started on your new smile today.


We can all use a little TLC

Smile now, pay later. TLC (stands for Total Lifestyle Credit) lets you borrow up to $50,000 to get the smile you deserve. The process is quick and stress-free. You simply apply online or over the phone. Once your application is approved, funds are paid directly to your bank account. Easy!

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A ‘super’ way to pay

You may be able to fund your treatment through your superannuation. Using the Access My Super service, you will be sent an invitation from our practice to make an application to the ATO. If your application shows that your condition is causing chronic or acute pain, you may be eligible to pay for your dental implants using your super. This service does incur a small fee.

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Your journey to a
complete smile is easy.

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Simply book online or call us to arrange your free consultation.
Come in for your consultation with Daniel for an oral health check-up, 3D scan and receive your treatment plan options.
Read through your plan in your own time and decide if dental implants are right for you.


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Our Treatment warranty
your peace of mind

Like any medical treatment, dental implants are extremely predictable but can fail on occasion.
We’ve devised a comprehensive warranty to protect your investment and give you absolute peace of mind.

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What is a dental implant?

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a titanium post that is embedded into the jaw bone to replace the root portion of a missing tooth. Over time, the dental implant fuses with the jaw bone in a process called osseointegration. This helps to hold the implant securely in place. A specially handcrafted implant tooth (or dental crown) is then attached to the dental implant to fill the gap left by the missing tooth. Dental implants can also be used to hold a dental bridge in place, replacing several missing teeth in a row.

Dental implants are extremely durable and are designed to mimic the natural tooth and tooth roots. They offer the closest replacement possible to natural teeth.

How can I find out if I am a suitable candidate for dental implants?

How can I find out if I am a suitable candidate for dental implants?

The best way to determine your suitability for dental implants is to book in your free consultation with Daniel. During this consultation, Daniel will check your current oral health, take x-rays to assess your jaw bone and gums, and discuss treatment options.

A few factors that may affect your suitability for dental implants include:

  • Age
    While age is no barrier for dental implants, it is recommended that young people wait until the bones are fully formed before undergoing treatment.

  • Smoking
    If you are a smoker, it is possible to have implants but one of the risk factors is that there is a higher chance of the implant failing.

  • Bone Loss
    If you have had missing teeth for a while or have been wearing dentures, you may have experienced some bone loss in your jaw. Bone loss does not necessarily mean you are not a good candidate for dental implants, however, your case will need to be assessed by Daniel.

  • Medical conditions
    Most medical conditions do not preclude you from dental implants. However, we will need to know what medications you are taking, your dosage and your medical history. It’s important to gather this information for your consultation with Daniel.
How long does dental implant treatment take?

How long does dental implant treatment take?

For a single or a few dental implants, the surgery to insert the titanium implant takes approximately 1 to 2 hours. After treatment, a ‘healing abutment’ will be placed on top of the implant while the bone and gums heal.

At around 3 to 6 months, after your jaw bone and gums have healed, we will place your permanent implant tooth. This generally happens over two appointments over a couple of weeks. During the first appointment, we will check the implant has fused with your jaw bone and take an impression of the implant to send to a dental laboratory. A dental technician will then handcraft your implant tooth, teeth or tooth bridge. The second appointment is when we will place your final implant tooth or bridge.

Will I be asleep for my dental implants treatment?

Will I be asleep for my dental implants treatment?

Most patients choose to have their dental implants inserted under IV sedation. This is a good option if you’re feeling anxious about your treatment as it will be essentially pain-free and you won’t remember anything afterwards.

Our state-of-the-art practice offers fully equipped surgical and recovery rooms to ensure your complete comfort before, during and after treatment.

After your treatment, you’ll spend around an hour or two in recovery as the anaesthetic wears off. Then, you’ll be ready to return to the comfort of your own home. You will need to have a family member, partner or friend escort you home as you won’t be able to drive.

How long will my recovery be after dental implant treatment?

How long will my recovery be after dental implant treatment?

After your treatment, you may experience mild pain and discomfort for around 1 to 2 days — most patients are surprised at how quickly they can return to their normal daily activities.

Your recovery time will depend on your medical and dental history, the condition of your jaw bone before surgery, how many implants were inserted and whether bone or gum grafting was required.

On average, it takes approximately 3 to 6 months for your jaw and gums to fully heal. Once healed, we can place your permanent implant tooth or bridge.

Are there any risks or side effects with dental implant treatment?

Are there any risks or side effects with dental implant treatment?

Dental implants are an extremely predictable, safe and effective solution for replacing missing teeth. Like any medical treatment, there are some risks and side effects associated with dental implants but they are generally rare and easily treated.

These can include:

  • Infection
  • Injury or damage to other teeth or blood vessels
  • Nerve damage
  • Sinus issues

If you experience any of these side effects after your dental implant treatment, it is important to contact us immediately for assessment.

How long do dental implants last?

How long do dental implants last?

With the right care and correct oral hygiene practices, your dental implants should last a lifetime. However, the replacement tooth or bridge attached to your implant has a shorter lifespan between 5 to 20 years, depending on how well it is cared for.

How do I care for my dental implants?

How do I care for my dental implants?

After your treatment, we will advise you on the correct after-care for your dental implants and ensure you are equipped with the right products to care for them.

It is important to maintain good oral hygiene to prevent infection around your dental implant. With proper cleaning and regular dental check-ups, your dental implants will be in top shape for many years to come.

What will happen if I don’t get a dental implant to replace my missing tooth/teeth?

What will happen if I don’t get a dental implant to replace my missing tooth/teeth?

If you choose not to replace missing teeth, this can lead to further issues, such as:

  • Bone loss
    If there is no root or implant in your jaw bone, it will begin to recede. Bone loss can have many negative affects on your facial appearance and can make you look older, as your lips and cheeks collapse inwards. It may also reduce your tooth replacement options in the future.

  • Damage to existing teeth
    When you lose a tooth or teeth, the surrounding teeth will move into the gaps. Not only will this change the appearance of your teeth and smile, it can also negatively impact your bite, put added stress on other teeth, increase your risk of tooth decay and cause pain.

  • Change in appearance
    A missing tooth or teeth can be quite obvious, even when they’re not at the front of your mouth. Your other teeth will also start to move into the gaps. Over time, you will experience bone loss which can also significantly impact your facial structure.

Will health insurance cover my dental implant treatment?

Will health insurance cover my dental implant treatment?

Depending on your level of cover, your private health insurance may cover some of the costs of your dental implant treatment. The amount of cover can vary between different health funds so be sure to contact your provider for more information.

If you do not currently have private health insurance and are considering getting it for this treatment, please be aware that there is usually a 6 to 12 month waiting period before you can claim for any major dental. Ask your health fund provider for more information on coverage limits and waiting periods.

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