Choose a permanent, comfortable
and natural solution for missing or
damaged teeth.

  • Opt for dental implants that preserve your jawbone structure, restore your facial aesthetics and support your existing teeth.
  • Receive treatment from dedicated implant dentists with many years of experience performing dental implants and All-on-4 full-arch rehabilitation.
  • Relax with a personalised treatment plan and the option for IV sedation to help relieve all of your anxieties.

Missing or damaged teeth can have a considerable impact on your life. Whether your teeth have been damaged in an accident or due to gum disease, if they don’t work properly you won’t be able to smile, eat or talk like you used to. And, that can massively impact your self-confidence.

Choosing the right option for teeth replacement makes all the difference.

While dentures and bridges can solve the problem on the surface, they don’t get to the root of the issue.

Dentures aren’t fixed in place, which means they can move around when you talk and eat. Not only does that make them uncomfortable, but it can lead to difficulty speaking and can restrict your diet not to mention your confidence to eat in public.

Meanwhile, while dental bridges offer a more fixed solution, they impact upon your remaining teeth. Bridges are only possible if you have healthy teeth in the right position, and then those teeth have to be ground down to support the bridge. If your teeth don’t hold strong, then you could end up in a worse place than you started in.

Why Dentures and Bridges Cause Premature Ageing

Dentures and bridges are common options for replacing teeth, but they lack one vital thing; they don’t replace the root of the missing tooth.

When you chew, your jawbone should support your teeth. With dentures and bridges, this doesn’t happen, and the bone can lose strength and density. This can impact your surrounding teeth and your facial features. With time your once healthy teeth become loose, and your face shape can change.

If you don’t use your jawbone and encourage it to grow, it will slowly diminish. As its shape changes, so does how you look. It then becomes a vicious cycle. Your changing features cause your dentures to become loose and uncomfortable, and you are stuck with needing constant adjustments.

What Is the Solution

Dental implants are the only permanent solution for replacing missing or damaged teeth.

Dental implants are a long-lasting, comfortable and natural-looking solution. They preserve your jawbone structure, restore your facial aesthetics and support your existing teeth.

The question is, how are dental implants so effective?

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Your teeth are made up of two main parts: the crown, the part that you can see above the gum line, and the root, the part that lies underneath the gum and into the jawbone. It is the root that holds your tooth in place.

Dental implants work by replacing not only what’s visible, but the root structure of missing teeth.

The root structure is replaced by placing a titanium screw directly into your jawbone. Over time, your jawbone will grow and fuse with the new root, imitating a natural root structure and holding it tightly in place.

Dental implants create the perfect foundation for your replacement teeth.

Find Out if You Are Suitable For The Implant Procedure

Not sure whether dental implants are for you?

Certain health factors prevent some people from having a dental implant procedure. There is no need to visit the dentist just to find out if you are suitable for the implant procedure. Just take our free online implant suitability quiz to find out if you are a candidate for implants.

What Types of Dental Implants are Available?

Replacing a Single-Tooth

Single-tooth implants can be used when only a few teeth need replacing. A titanium implant is placed in the jawbone and, once it fuses to the jawbone, a crown is attached to the implant to replace the missing tooth.

Replacing a Full Arch of Teeth

Dental implants can also be used to replace a full upper or lower set of teeth. Conventional implants require eight or more implants to support an arch. However, the advanced All on 4 technique enables a full arch to be supported with just four implants.

How Does the All on 4
Procedure Work?

All on 4 uses a revolutionary technique to support a full arch of teeth with only four implants. The procedure works by cleverly positioning implants at a 45-degree angle to avoid bone-deficient areas at the back of the mouth.

The All on 4 procedure is less invasive and requires fewer preliminary procedures. The result is a technique that is suitable for more complex cases, promotes the healing and rehabilitation process and is considerably faster than traditional implants.

Take our Online Implant Suitability Test Now

To check your suitability for dental implants, all you have to do is fill out our online quiz.

How Do You Choose an Implant Dentist?

With so many dentists offering implant treatments, choosing can be confusing. However, not all implant dentists are created equal. You should always consider three key areas:

Does the Dentist Have the Necessary Training?

Dentists can complete short courses to enable them to perform dental implants. However, for implant dentistry to be a core focus, they should take intensive postgraduate courses. This gives them the clinical, theoretical and practical education they need to deliver high-quality treatment.

Does the Dentist Have the Necessary Experience?

A dentist who performs occasional implants will not have encountered as many different types of cases. By choosing a dentist who performs hundreds of implants a year, you know they have a wide range of experience. With experience under their belt, you can have confidence that your treatment plan will cover every possible detail.

Does the Dentist Use the Right Materials?

You have a right to know who will manufacture your implants and where they are made. With more and more low-cost and low-quality alternatives on the market, you need to be certain your implants are genuine and adhere with safety regulations. Otherwise, you may face complications, implant failure and further costs down the line.

What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Whether you replace a single tooth with dental implants or a full set of teeth with the All on 4 technique,
you will have a natural-looking smile with the foundation you need to improve your life, permanently.

Make a Permanent Difference

Instead of tooth-supported bridges that only last up to seven years or dentures, which can quickly loosen and need replacing, dental implants can last a lifetime. All you have to do is look after them.

Get Your Natural Smile Back

Dental implants aren’t just permanent; they look, feel and function just like natural teeth. That means you can eat and talk with confidence, knowing your smile always looks at its best.

Pay Less Over Time

Instead of choosing a solution that needs to be replaced or repaired, implants are a permanent solution. So, even if they cost you more to begin with, you’ll save money and time in the long run

Make a Permanent Difference

With dental implants, you don’t have to worry about your replacement teeth slipping or moving. That means you can talk, eat, smile and laugh with confidence. With dental implants, no-one will know they’re not your natural teeth.

Restore Your Jawbone

While less permanent replacements for missing teeth can cause your jawbone to deteriorate, implants do the opposite. By choosing dental implants, you can restore your jawbone, your facial features and your confidence.

Support Your Healthy Teeth

Why impact your healthy teeth if you don’t have to? Instead of grinding down your existing teeth to support a dental bridge, dental implants are placed directly into your jawbone, supporting your existing teeth and prolonging their life.

Meet Our Dental Implant Experts

Ambience dental has been over 40 years in the making and now has three talented, passionate and experienced dentists at the helm. A leading part of the team, our resident implant dentists are not only highly qualified but have the experience you need. With hundreds of implant cases performed between them every year, you will be in the best possible hands.

Dr Ahmed Bedeir

With a keen interest in oral surgery and implantology from the outset, Dr Bedeir has spent his career focusing on dental implants. In 2013 he completed a masters of Implantology at Goethe University Frankfurt, one of the most reputable implant universities in the world. He has since gone on to study full arch rehabilitation further and is a member of the International Team of Implantology and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He has now been practising implant dentistry for over 15 years, sees hundreds of cases every year and continues to travel all over the world to learn more about the technique.

Dr John Saad

Dr Saad is a founding partner at Ambience Dental and has over 36 years of clinical experience under his belt. He has completed extensive training with world-renowned implant surgeon Dr Steven Chen and has undertaken several national and international courses in implant surgery in prosthetics. On top of this, Dr Saad is extremely passionate about providing non-traumatic patient care. Further to completing post graduate training in intravenous sedation in dental surgery, he started a dedicated IV sedation unit at Ambience Dental. Alongside anaesthetist Dr Bernard Negus, Dr Saad performs hundreds of implant surgeries every year under local anesthesia and IV sedation.



Schedule a FREE 30-minute Implant Assessment at Ambience Dental

If your teeth are embarrassing you, or making it hard to enjoy your favourite meals, it’s time to schedule your FREE 30-minute Assessment. Dr Saad or Dr Bedeir will examine your teeth, gums, bone, and smile using a panoramic 3D scan – Free, but normally a $140 value. You’ll discuss your personal needs and treatment outcomes directly with the dentist, so he can explain your personalised treatment plan.

Every Free Implant Assessment includes:

  • A 30-minute consultation with one of our dental implants experts – valued at $233.00
  • Comprehensive check-up/oral examination ($77.50)
  • Free 3D CT scan (155.50)
  • A discussion and a recommended treatment plan to restore your smile
To schedule your free implant assessment, simply pick up the phone and call us at (02) 4283 3357 or enter your name and contact details below.

Reduce the Risks of Dental Implants

With any surgery, there is always a risk of complications. However, those risks decrease significantly if you choose an experienced and highly-qualified implant dentist.

With the right dentist planning your treatment, every factor that could influence its success is taken into account. This means that complications can be minimised and your implants are much more likely to be a success.

Before any treatment is carried out, Dr Bedeir and Dr Saad will give you an extensive implant assessment. This enables them to review your oral and medical history, discuss any concerns and ensure that your treatment plan is uniquely tailored to your needs

Put Your Mind at Ease With Sleep Dentistry

It’s normal to feel anxious about visiting the dentist, especially if it involves surgery. However, anxiety shouldn’t stop you from getting the treatment you need.

Dr Saad is dedicated to creating a relaxing environment so that even the most anxious patients can have dental implants. As well as offering local anaesthesia and laughing gas to ensure your treatment is pain-free, you can opt for IV sedation.

IV Sedation, known as sleep dentistry, puts you in a dream-like state. While you won’t actually be asleep during the procedure, you won’t remember a lot about it afterwards. We are so committed to putting you at ease, we have an entire wing of the practice dedicated to I.V. sedation.


What is the Cost of All on 4 Dental Implants?


$ $25,000 per single arch
  • Provisional teeth fitted on the same day of the surgery​
  • Surgical implant placement​
  • Fitting of abutments​
  • Market-leading Straumann implants system (Guaranteed for 5 years)
  • Acrylic titanium prosthesis with acrylic teeth​
  • *5-year guarantee on teeth​
  • Additional fee applies for sleep sedation​


$ $32,000 per single arch
  • Provisional teeth fitted on the same day of the surgery​
  • Surgical implant placement​
  • Fitting of abutments​
  • Market-leading Straumann implant system​
  • Acrylic titanium prosthesis with porcelain teeth ​
  • *5-year guarantee on teeth and implants ​
  • Additional fee applies for sleep sedation​

Premium Plus

$ $39,000 per single arch
  • Provisional teeth fitted on the same day of the surgery​
  • Surgical implant placement​
  • Fitting of abutments​
  • Market-leading Straumann titanium implants system​
  • Zirconia prosthesis framework with custom titanium substructure. The ultimate in strength and durability.​
  • *10 Year guarantee on teeth and implants​
  • Additional fee applies for sleep sedation​

*Guarantees are subject to the attendance of regular 6 monthly check-ups and cleans at Ambience Dental.

Single Implants

$5,000 - $6,000

Per implant

Flexible Payment Plans For A Full Arch of Teeth

To help manage the cost and help you get dental implants sooner rather than later, we offer several payment plans.

National Dental Plan

A no-interest-ever finance option, the National Dental Plan can fund up to $12,000 and spread the cost over fortnightly payments.

ZipPay and ZipMoney

As an alternative to using your credit card, ZipPay offers an interest-free online shopping account. ZipMoney, meanwhile, offers an interest-free period for treatments up to $30,000.


The Early Release Super (ERS) can enable you to access your superannuation on compassionate grounds. You may be able to use it to cover the entire treatment cost.

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