Cosmetic & Laser Dentistry Centre | Cosmetic Dentist Melbourne Cosmetic & Laser Dentistry Centre
Complete Aesthetic and General Care
Smiling Older Couple 300x200A majority of seniors start to lose their teeth as they age and are confronted with the decision of getting dentures or something more permanent like dental implants. Dental implants are highly recommended as they are more stable, having a more natural appearance and allowing patients to enjoy the foods they love. Permadent is a full arch bridge dental implant system that is exclusive to the Cosmetic and Laser Dentistry Centre. There are many products on the market that offer 4 implants, whereas Permadent offers the stability of 5 points of quality European implants. The advantage of the 5 points of implants, is it creates a strong, stable base for the Permadent denture, enabling patients to enjoy the foods they love, smile with confidence and feel good. The benefits of Permadent: Achieve a great smile in just 3 hours No invasive bone or gum surgery Less fractures, due to wider support base Easy to clean Less-invasive precision keyhole surgery No gap, Permadent fits tightly against the gum line Increased longevity in the Permadent implants than the 2 – 4 implant bridges available Unlike other implant bridge systems, Permadent has the option to be configured as a removable whole-arch replacement solution, allowing a patient to conveniently detach the bridge from their implants for cleaning and maintenance, and strongly attach it back in. The strength required to detach and reattach the denture can also be adjusted to suit individual needs. To make an appointment today and learn more about Permadent click here .

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Open for Urgent & Emergency Care Only

9:00am - 3:00pm (Monday - Friday)

ADA Level 3 Restrictions are in Force

We are an ADA designated urgent care provider and are currently able to see patients for the following concerns:

  • Acute dental pain;
  • Ulceration, swelling and inflammation;
  • Significant trauma to the teeth from injury or accident;
  • Medically compromised patients where dental concerns may compromise their systemic disease;
  • Patients at risk of rapid-progression dental disease;
  • Patients with a referral from a medical practitioner for medically necessary dental care.

To arrange an appointment, please phone (03) 9500 2084.

If you are uncertain if your concerns qualify as urgent, please call our reception team for further advice. For all non-urgent enquiries, please contact us via our web form.


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