Complete Implant & Sedation Dentistry // All On 4

Complete Implant & Sedation Dentistry is a niche practice that performs multiple sedation and surgical procedures daily, including dental implants, wisdom teeth removals and sleep dentistry. It has unique experience in advanced dental implantology including All-on-4.

Complete Implant & Sedation Dentistry is a niche practice that performs multiple sedation and surgical procedures daily, including dental implants, wisdom teeth removals and sleep dentistry. It has unique experience in advanced dental implantology including All-on-4.

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Client Reviews

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    After a long time fear of dentists, I took the plunge to have new teeth implanted via rods. I am almost 3 months down the track and I'm still amazed at all the fabulous comments I'm getting!!!!! The staff are very lovely and friendly making me feel really comfortable. I have recommended this procedure to neighbours and friends already. Thankyou again. Vanessa Love

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    I appreciated the professional, competent and friendly service provided by all staff. It was a long procedure but all went smoothly according to plan and the result is excellent.

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    I started the process of getting top implants in February 2016. It was completed in April. I was a little apprehensive at first but I am very pleased with the result. The procedure from start to finish has been problem free.

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    Fantastic

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    My personal experience with Churchill Dental goes back to a number of years, when three of my sons had to undergo the removal of their wisdom teeth. For some reason each one of them presented some challenges of their own, but none seemed complicated enough for the experienced team of dentists who operated on them. As a watchful witness, I can attest to the fact that my sons were on the way of recovery much faster than I originally have anticipated. This was doubtless in the back of my mind when my own turn arrived. I had postponed the inevitable for a number of years, always finding some reasonable excuse for imagining that my old upper frontal caps would hold together for much longer. Not that I did not know. I had been warned that eventually the six of them would need replacement. And since time is somewhat unforgivable, well yes it made for some complications. The stumps were no longer healthy enough to stay in place. Implants were the next best thing. Add to these the untimely presence of two wisdom teeth in uneasy company and the slight inconvenience of commuting from Melbourne for work reasons. My incredulous colleagues thought I was kidding when I said that I was flying to Perth for my dental treatment. I had to explain, quite convincingly, that the flight was not just worth it, but when all considered, the only right choice. When it comes to your health you do not want things left to chance, if you can avoid it, and besides, I knew that I was in the best hands not just in town but very possibly in the country. The removal of the teeth and the placement of implants happened in just one go. My recollection of the actual operation is nil. By the time I regained full conscience, I had a recognizable set of temporary teeth and a couple of holes in the back of my jaw. But no bleeding and the kind of sensation that I could lead an entirely normal life from than very moment. The operation was timed to occur on a Friday, which allowed for a relaxed and perfectly painless weekend (under a course of antibiotics and painkillers, mind you). A major concern of mine was not to forget that I had to be careful with my meals and allow my jaw to go back to normal. A quick check-up on the following Monday confirmed that the recovery was already well underway. Gums were looking healthy, and the rest was equally sound. With these kind of precedents high expectations become almost the norm. So I had to remind myself that well maybe there could be other complications along the way. But my next visit, once the previous job had consolidated, went again like a breeze, more so this time because everything went as planned. Dr Mishaq Habibi and his dental team pride themselves in putting back their client´s smile back where it belongs, and in a truly sedated way. I can vouch for that personally. I can smile without that sort of self-conscious controlling second thought that creeps to you when your teeth are not hundred per cent there. More importantly, I have felt at all times treated with the kind of care and consideration that far exceeds the best that expert professionalism may provide. Thanks is all that I can say. Miguel Gil