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Dental Implants

It may surprise you to learn that dental implants have been in use for over forty years, though it is only in the last decade that they’ve had a dramatic impact on mainstream dentistry.

Today, implant-retained crowns, bridges and dentures provide a well researched reliable option to replace lost teeth. Implant-retained restorations look, feel and function similar to natural teeth.

However, placing successful implant retained restorations is a complex inter-disciplinary treatment option requiring a good understanding of surgical principals, hard and soft tissue biology, occlusal forces, and materials science.

Stkildadentist is delighted to offer the in-house services of Dr Adam Keyes-Tilley for the surgical placement of dental implants.

Dr Keyes-Tilley

Dr Keyes-Tilley works in close co-operation with Dr Lee Staddon in order to co-ordinate the surgical and restorative aspects of any implant-based treatment plans.

Dr Keyes-Tilley graduated from Melbourne University in 1991 and is an experienced GDP with a keen interest in dental implants. Dr Keyes-Tilley has been placing implants since 2004 and in that time has placed hundreds of implants for use in a wide range of clinical situations.

Dr Keyes-Tilley is a member of the Australian Osseo-integration Society as well as a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (being awarded the J Sutherland prize for being the most outstanding candidate).

Dr Keyes-Tilley regularly attends implant-related post-graduate courses and lectures and, for the last 6 years, has been active as a mentor for Nobel-biocare (one of the world’s leading dental implant companies) helping and training fellow dentists who are looking to improve their implant-related skills.

Implant placement is done only after detailed inter-disciplinary treatment planning between Dr Staddon and Dr keyes-Tilley, and often the dental laboratory technicians, to make sure our outcomes are as predictable as possible and achieve the functional and aesthetic result you want.

Dr Lee Staddon is a member of the Australian Prosthodontic Society, the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry and the International College of Oral Implantologists and regularly attends post-graduate courses on the latest developments in Implant dentistry.

He has also been awarded a Level III postgraduate qualification by the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry.

For more detailed information on dental implants please view or download the following practice patient information sheet.



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