PERSONALISED IMPLANT SOLUTIONS AND WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL
We help you create a smile that lasts a lifetime. Our patient-first surgical approach ensures patient comfort and is focused on long-term oral health solutions rather than a temporary fix.
Whether you need to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or stablise a denture, we personally design your dental implant solution to be a perfect match for a natural-looking, long-lasting smile.
With daily brushing and flossing, dental implants have the highest success rate of all tooth replacement options.
In most cases implant surgery can be performed using just a local anaesthetic, however nervous patients have the option of happy gas, oral or IV conscious sedation to help them relax during treatment.
Utilising the latest in 3D digital CT scans, 3D planning software, 3D guided surgical techniques and 3D printing, we are able to plan and execute your implant treatment with an unprecedented level of surgical precision. Our philosophy is to make your implant treatment as comfortable and minimially invasive as possible. For example, where appropriate, using keyhole surgical techniques or placing immediate implants; a technique where the implant is placed at the same time the failed tooth is removed. This means less surgical procedures, quick healing and less postoperative discomfort. Please note, any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Dr Anthony Mak is considered a leader in this field of digitally planned and 3D guided treatment.
Also, Dr Anthony Mak & Dr Adrian Mazzaferro have completed extensive further education and training in the field of dental implant surgery at both the private and tertiary levels and are graduates of The University of Sydney's prestigious Graduate Diploma in Oral Implants of which Dr Mak now holds a position on it's planning committee.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Occasionally, wisdom teeth emerge at an angle or affect surrounding teeth. This can cause severe pain, with the surrounding gum tissue becoming open and sore. In cases like these, impacted wisdom teeth may need to be extracted to preserve the health of the mouth. Please note, any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Surgical tooth extractions may sound scary but we take all the necessary steps to ensure your treatment is as free of pain and anxiety as possible. In most cases it can be performed using just a local anaesthetic however nervous patients have the option of happy gas, oral or IV conscious sedation to help them relax during treatment.