Dentist in Launceston

Launceston Dental - Digitally Guided Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Missing Teeth?

Do you want to show your smile to the world?

Do you want to enjoy your favourite foods?

Our dental implant procedures aim to be precise & predictable

Achieve A Beautiful & Perfect Smile

No Incisions Required

Optimised 3D computer simulation surgery.

15-30 Min Procedure

Latest 4th Generation Implant System.

Advanced Surgery

Minimal Pain thanks to latest technology.

Faster Recovery

No stitches due to no incisions made.

Payment Plan Options

Dental Implants Cost Starts From $40 Per Week.

Leading Dental Practice in Tasmania

Launceston Dental is dedicated in helping you create the smile of your dreams with our digitally guided dental implants


5 Reasons To Choose Us

Experienced Team

The Launceston Dental has been delivering high quality dental services for more than 35 years. Our experienced team of Launceston Dentist bring experience and professionalism to every consultation.

Various Treatments Available

We offer a wide range of quality treatment options to meet needs of each individual and with our latest state-of-the-art technology allowing you to be as comfortable as possible.

We Truly Care About You

5 STAR RATING. We pride ourselves on delivering quality and personal dental services to Launceston, Tasmania

Locally Specialized in Launceston

We provide our patients with a caring dental service in one convenient location down in Launceston, Tasmania

Affordable Payment Plan Options

We make it easy for you to achieve your smile goals today with the flexibility of paying when it suits you.

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What are Dental Implants?

Our dental implants in Launceston are a durable solution to replace a missing tooth. Dental implants are placed in a series of minor operations. A screw-like metal is placed in the jaw and over time, the bone grows around the implant to hold it in place.  

An artificial tooth, or crown, is then attached to the metal to fill in the gap left by the missing tooth. The crown is specially made to look like your other teeth in size, shape & colour.

Dental implants can also be used to hold a dental bridge or dentures in place.

When are dental implants needed?

If you have one or multiple teeth missing, dental implants might be a better option for you. In general, a dental implant might be suitable if you:

– Have a fully grown, healthy jawbone,
– Don’t have gum disease,
– Don’t have conditions that affect bone healing

Dr Govind Jindal’s team at Launceston Dental will discuss with you if dental implants are the best option for you. 

What happens during a dental implant procedure?

A dental implant procedure is typically done in stages over a few months, with a series of minor operations & tests. Multiple scans, x-rays, and minor procedures are needed to ensure that the implant is installed effectively and is healing correctly. Some bone grafting might be required as well as they are used to encourage the growth of the bone and soft tissue. Allowing us to provide an optimum foundation for your dental implants to be installed.

There are 6 key steps in a dental implant:

  • Scans & X-rays

    Scans and x-rays are performed so that our dentists in Launceston have a clear picture of where the implant is going to be placed.

  • Minor operation

    Your Launceston dentist will perform a minor operation, you are usually given anaesthetic so you can’t feel a thing!

  • Waiting period

    After the implant is placed in the jaw, there is a waiting period so the bone can grow over the implant.

  • Create foundation

    Once the bone has grown over the implant & it is stable, we create a foundation for your new tooth.

  • Moulds created

    Once we are satisfied with the progress, a mould of your mouth is created to make the artificial tooth or teeth.

  • Installation

    Once the mould is complete, the artificial tooth or teeth are screwed or cemented into the foundation – and you’re done!

What to expect after a dental implant?

What to expect after a dental implant?

After any minor operations, you might have bruising, pain and swelling in your gums and face. You may also experience some bleeding from the gums.

You may need to eat soft food after surgery to let the area heal.

No special care is required for a dental implant. Normal brushing and flossing is required, and of course, the regular check-ups.

Dental Implants Cost in Launceston

We strive to make our dental implants in Launceston accessible to all patients with our payment options. We make sure to provide you with a thorough break down of the prices and procedures in your first consultation, to ensure this is the best option for you.

Single dental implants starts from $4500.
We offer interest free payment plans.
For more, please speak to one of our friendly team members on 03 6331 6826.

Our Affiliations

We Accept All Health Funds

Advanced Gentle Care For The Whole Family


Frequently Asked Questions

We service the following areas:

Launceston, Scottsdale, George Town, Longford, Deloraine, St Helens, Bicheno, Perth, Hadspen, Burnie, Queenstown, Devonport, Burnie, Coles Bay, Campbell Town, Oatlands, Bridport