Restorative Dentistry in

Prospect Road Dental provides a variety of restorative dental treatments
to help restore your teeth’s appearance and functionality, as well as
improve your quality of life. You may once again eat the food that you love!
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Get the Confidence You Need with Our Restorative Dentistry Services

It’s no secret that our teeth take a beating every day. From eating sugary foods to drinking acidic beverages, our pearly whites are constantly under attack, leading to cavities or the loss of a tooth.

Over time, this wear and tear can cause cavities, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. Cavities are not only unsightly, they can also lead to more serious dental problems if left untreated. If you’re noticing that your teeth aren’t as healthy as they used to be, it might be time for restorative dentistry services.

At Prospect Road Dental, we offer restorative dentistry services that will repair your teeth and make them look and feel great again. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, so we’ll work with you to find the best treatment for your unique situation. We want you to feel confident and happy with your smile, and our restorative dentistry services will help you achieve that goal. Contact us today on 08 9399 2037 to schedule a consultation.

Our Services under Restorative Dentistry

Prospect Road Dental Surgery provides a wide range of restorative dental services to help you restore your teeth. Whether you need dentures or implants, our dental professionals have experience in performing such procedures. We can help you achieve a nice smile and improve your teeth!
Dental Implants
Dental implants are the most advanced dental procedure for replacing missing teeth. They’re made of titanium, which is biocompatible. We surgically place the implant to fuse with the jawbone. Like natural tooth roots, implants permanently support replacement teeth such as crowns and bridges.
Dentures are designed as artificial tooth replacements. This is less expensive and can be an alternative to implants. We will go over our selection of dentures to replace your damaged or missing teeth. Thanks to technological advancements, dentures now fit and seem more natural than ever before.
Single Implants
A single implant can restore the root of a single missing tooth. The dentist inserts a titanium post into the jawbone. Then, they will put on a dental crown to restore the function and protect your new tooth.
Implant-retained Dentures
Implant-retained dentures are a low-cost option for replacing a whole set of teeth. Since dental implants hold them in place, they perform better and are more stable compared to traditional dentures. You can now enjoy the food you love without the worry of loosening or damaging your dental replacement!
Full-arch Implants
Instead of replacing individual teeth one by one, full-arch implants can replace all upper or lower teeth at once. An entire row of teeth can generally be supported with four to six implants. The number of implants needed for a full mouth implant restoration can be as low as eight. These implants will hold a full set of replacement teeth in place in your mouth.
Multiple Implants
This type of restorative treatment can be used to replace a number of missing or damaged teeth. This is done when a patient has lost several teeth on one side and requires the placement of multiple dental crowns. With multiple implants, we can place several crowns in your mouth.
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Why Choose Us

Why Choose Prospect Road Dental Surgery

Our dentists are experienced in treating cavities, repairing teeth, and replacing missing teeth over the years. The restorative dental services we offer can take care of your cavities and other dental problems. Through the use of the latest technology and techniques, rest assured that you can receive the best possible oral care.
one stop shop
One stop shop

Dental implants, crowns, dentures, bridges, and a variety of other dental procedures are available at our practice. You can receive at Prospect Road Dental Surgery any treatment you may need to restore your beautiful smile. Our team of dentists is trained and up to date on the latest techniques for these procedures.

comfortable care
Comfortable care

The goal of our dental clinic is to make sure you experience positive restorative treatment. We understand that sometimes it can be challenging to visit a dentist, so our dental team aims to build trust with you and give you the necessary information about the dental procedure you're about to receive. If you feel anxious during your dental appointment, we offer a variety of sedatives that can help you relax.

Affordable dental care

Prospect Road Dental is a certified provider for major health insurance companies, such as Medibank, Health Benefits Fund (HBF), Health Care Fund (HCF), Health Insurance Fund (HIF). We also use HICAPS which allows us to process your claims and provide rates for your restorative treatment. You can now achieve a healthy smile without breaking the bank.

convenient location
Convenient location

We are right down the street from the Armadale Central Shopping Centre. It is just a short walk from the railway station and bus stops. Our guests can park for free all day.

What You Need To Know

FAQ About Our Dental Clinic In Armadale

We understand that you may have questions when seeing a new dentist for the first time. If your concern isn’t addressed
below, please feel free to contact our practice. One of our friendly team members will be happy to assist you.

There are different restorative dental procedures available, each designed to address a specific issue. The following are some of the most common dental problems that restorative dentistry techniques can address:

  • Tooth loss
  • Cavities
  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Decayed teeth
  • Crooked or misshapened teeth
  • Tooth discolouration
  • Overcrowding and gaps between teeth
  • Gum disease

One of the most significant advantages of implant-supported dentures is that they preserve the bone structure in your jaw, preventing your facial structure from changing as a result of missing teeth. In addition, implant-supported dentures can function well because they cannot slip or loosen, unlike conventional dentures.

Implants are typically best if you have one or more missing teeth, or fractured or decayed teeth that are beyond repair. You can also benefit from them if you’re unhappy with wearing conventional dentures.

It is important to note that you can be a suitable candidate if you have sufficient and good bone structure and overall health. Otherwise, you can ask the dentist about other treatment options that will work for you or other additional procedures that you may need to perform prior to dental implant surgery.

The procedure of implant placement can take several months with healing period in between to be completed.

The placement of dental implants involves making a cut in the gum line to gain access underneath and expose the bone. Then, the dentist will drill a hole into the bone to fit the implant. The titanium post is placed deep into the jawbone, serving as a replacement for your natural tooth root.

You will still have a gap where your tooth is missing at this point. If necessary, a temporary crown replacement may be inserted for protection or aesthetics.

A recovery period is necessary during this time, allowing for the osseointegration process to be completed. Once successful, placement of the abutment, and the permanent artificial tooth replacement will be placed over your dental implant.

Dental implant surgery is a common and safe procedure in Australia, especially when performed by a trained and experienced dentist. However, dental implant surgery, like any major dental procedure, involves risks. The majority of post-surgery complications are minimal and can be treated by your dentist.

The following are some of the risks related to dental implant surgery:

  • Damaged nerves cause pain, numbness, or tingling.
  • An infection at the implant site.
  • Sinus problems due to upper jaw implants.
  • Damage to surrounding teeth.

To determine whether dental implants are suitable to restore your teeth, you need to undergo a complete assessment of your oral health. You also need to inform your dentist about your general health to avoid complications that may hinder the successful healing process. 

So, anyone who is healthy enough to undergo oral surgery or tooth extraction can be considered a candidate for dental implants. And anyone who can commit to practising good oral hygiene habits and routine dental checkups can benefit too.

There are different reasons that may suggest a person’s need to wear dentures. But if you’re concerned about whether you need them, seek professional advice from the dentist. Your dental health plays a significant role in determining what type of treatment is best for you.

People who suffer from the following oral problems may more likely need dental restorative treatment such as dentures:

  • Missing teeth or tooth loss. One of the most common reasons people wear dentures is because they have missing teeth.
  • Tooth decay. It is a widespread dental issue that affects people of all ages and requires dentures as a permanent treatment in some cases. This problem typically results in the wearing down of the tooth enamel because of unremoved plaque buildup.
  • Unable to eat or chew properly. Some foods may be difficult to eat due to lost teeth, major tooth decay, broken teeth, or gum disease. All of these issues can be avoided if they are discovered early. Dentures can be an option to restore the function of your teeth again.