Dental Implants / ALL ON 4

At Available Dental Care Campbelltown we offer a range of Dental Implant options.


Dental implants replace any missing teeth in a similar fashion to a natural tooth root, supporting traditional porcelain dental crowns to look just as your other teeth would.

They can be used to replace single teeth, multiple teeth, or even all of your teeth at once.

Every implanted tooth functions like your natural tooth, securely held in place by your bone.

Because dental implants look and feel like your own teeth and are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.

Benefits can include improved appearance, improved speech, improved comfort, easier eating, improved self-esteem and improved oral health.

They also offer both durability and convenience eliminating the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures.


All on 4 dental implants support a whole arch of teeth using only four implants.

They can be used on either the upper or lower jaw to immediately replace missing teeth with something that not only looks and feels similar to your natural teeth, but function normally also.

All on 4 consists of four titanium implants inserted into your jaw. These implants act as a foundation for a bridge.

All on 4 surgery is much quicker as usually you are able to have the replacement teeth added the same day as their implant surgery and can  maintain your normal eating and chewing functions, rather than waiting weeks between different surgeries.


Bone graft is used for cases where the quality and quantity of bone is diminished and require enhancement for optimum outcome of implant placement, to achieve longer lasting tooth positioning (in a prosthetically driven implant placement) , all done in house by our expert surgeons,


Advanced sinus lifting (crestal and lateral window techniques)

Ridge augmentation using Guided bone regeneration using “Autologous or Artificial” bone.

Stem cell technology to enhance natural cell growth


Disclaimer: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.