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Dental Implants: Long and Permanent Solution

Auckland Family Dental Parnell recognizes the pivotal role of dental implants in achieving optimal oral health.


These implants go beyond being simple replacements for missing teeth; they signify a significant technological advancement, offering a permanent and natural solution that surpasses traditional prosthetics.


Explore the importance of dental implants with us at Auckland Family Dental Parnell, where we lead the way in pioneering this innovative approach and setting new standards for dental excellence.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are cutting-edge solutions designed to replace missing teeth, providing a natural and permanent alternative to traditional dental prosthetics. Crafted from high-quality materials, these implants seamlessly integrate into the jawbone, mimicking the look and function of natural teeth.


1. Aesthetic Appeal

Our dental implants enhance the aesthetic appeal of your smile, blending seamlessly with your natural teeth. Say goodbye to noticeable gaps and welcome a radiant, confident grin.

2. Enhanced Functionality

Chewing and speaking become effortless with our dental implants. Their stability and strength mirror natural teeth, allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods and communicate without hesitation.


3. Longevity and Durability

Auckland Family Dental Parnell's implants boast unparalleled longevity and durability. Crafted from top-tier materials, they stand the test of time, providing a permanent solution for sustained oral health.


1. Initial Consultation

Your journey begins with a thorough examination. Our experienced team assesses your oral health, discusses your concerns, and develops a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.


2. 3D Imaging

Precision is paramount in implant procedures. Our advanced 3D imaging technology ensures accurate planning, allowing us to visualize the optimal placement of your dental implants.


3. Implant Placement

Under the skilled hands of our professionals, the implant is precisely placed into the jawbone. This phase sets the foundation for a secure and enduring restoration.


4. Healing Period

Patience is key. The healing period allows the implant to fuse with the jawbone, ensuring a stable and robust foundation for the final restoration.


5. Restoration

The final step involves attaching the custom-made restoration (crown, bridge, or denture) to the implant. This step completes the transformation, providing you with a functional and aesthetically pleasing smile.

If you’d like more information about Dental Implants, contact us today.



1. Endosteal Implants

These are widely used and known type of implants. These implants are directly placed into the jawbone, providing a sturdy foundation for tooth restoration. Ideal for patients with sufficient bone density, endosteal implants are versatile and offer a reliable solution for various dental needs.


2. Subperiosteal Implants

Designed for patients with lower bone density, subperiosteal implants are positioned on top of the jawbone, beneath the gum tissue. This alternative becomes invaluable when traditional implants might not be suitable. Subperiosteal implants are known for their adaptability, making them a viable option for a broader range of individuals.


3. Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic implants are an innovative solution for individuals with insufficient upper jawbone density. Instead of being placed directly into the jaw, these implants anchor into the zygomatic bone (cheekbone). This advanced technique provides a stable foundation for implant-supported restorations, even when traditional methods may pose challenges.


4. All-on-4 Implants

All-on-4 implants are a revolutionary concept designed for efficiency and effectiveness. This approach involves placing four implants strategically within the jaw to support a full arch of teeth. All-on-4 implants are known for their ability to provide a complete set of functional and aesthetically pleasing teeth with fewer implants, reducing the overall treatment time.


5. Mini Dental Implants

Mini dental implants are thinner compared to traditional implants. While they may not be suitable for all cases, mini implants offer a minimally invasive option for patients with insufficient bone mass. They are often used to stabilize lower dentures, providing increased retention and comfort.

Ideal Candidates for Dental Implants

Dental implants are a versatile solution for many, but ideal candidates generally:


  • Have good overall health

  • Possess adequate bone density in the jaw

  • Maintain good oral hygiene practices

  • Are committed to post-implant care and follow-up appointments


At Auckland Family Dental Parnell, we prioritize your oral health by using NobelActive dental implants.


NobelActive, known for its innovative design and cutting-edge technology, ensures higher success rates for dental implants. The unique features of NobelActive, such as its advanced thread design and strong initial stability, contribute to improved osseointegration, resulting in a more predictable and successful outcome for our patients.

For more information about dental implants and to schedule a personalized consultation, contact us at Auckland Family Dental Parnell. Your journey to a confident and radiant smile begins with a simple conversation. Reach out to us today!

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