Full Mouth Dental Implants
Does the thought of multiple procedures and individual implants have you feeling anxious or hesitant about getting dental implants? For patients needing a full set of implants, full mouth dental implants are often the ideal solution.
With the advent of full mouth dental implants, patients no longer need worry about the stress, cost, and recovery involved with individual implants.
What are Full Mouth Dental Implants?
Full mouth dental implant restoration is a procedure that effectively and affordably restores an individual’s full set of pearly whites, replacing failing, missing, broken or decaying teeth with a full set of prosthetics.
Unlike individual implants (which replace one tooth at a time), full-mouth dental implants replace an individual’s entire upper, lower, or a full set of teeth using a total of 4-8 implanted posts.
This full-mouth set of implants permanently anchors into, and integrates with, your body’s own jawbone, becoming a part of you. The end result is a life-long solution that looks, feels and performs just like the real thing.
What Are the Benefits of Full-Mouth Dental Implants?
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Reliable Long-Term Solution
With studies consistently demonstrating a success rate of over 95%, full mouth dental implants are one of the best long-term options for tooth replacement. Not only that, with proper care, they can last a lifetime.
Bridges and dentures can be uncomfortable, sliding around, coming loose, and making it difficult to chew your favorite foods. Dentures have also been known to impact speech, forcing you to adjust and adapt. By contrast, patients consistently report a superior level of comfort with full mouth implants fabricated using molds and computer-assisted imaging to create the perfect fit and form for your mouth, jaw structure and more.
No messy adhesives, harsh cleaning solutions, or other tedious tasks. All that’s needed to take care of your implants is to care for them as you would your natural pearly whites, brushing and flossing twice daily and/or after meals.
Durable and Capable Performance
Created from highly durable and uniquely engineered materials, full mouth dental implants are designed to stand up to the daily wear and tear we put our teeth through.
What Does the Process for Full Dental Implants Look Like?
Whether you’re getting full dental implants, ‘All on 4” implants or “All on 6” dental implants, the overall process and procedure is quite similar.
Initial Consultation and Exam
Initial examination and evaluation to go over past and current medical history, any symptoms, issues, and goals. During this appointment, your dentist will discuss with you a range of options and answer any questions you may have.
Imaging and Diagnostics
Specialized 3D images and a bone CT scan will reveal your jawbone structure, density, and whether or not full mouth dental implants will be a good fit.
Planning and Preparation
Your implant dentist will coordinate with you to prepare for implant surgery. In some cases, patients may need additional bone grafts and/or extraction of any existing teeth.
Molds and Fabrication
Molds, in combination with computer-aided imaging, are used to create a new set of teeth that will perfectly fit your anatomy.
Several posts, usually between 4-8 per upper and lower set of prostatic teeth, are surgically implanted into your jawbone. This process is painless while under sedation and/or local anesthetic. Once implanted, these posts may be covered with a temporary healing cap and temporary teeth while your final set of new teeth is being fabricated.
Placement of Permanent Teeth
Once healed, your full mouth set of pearly whites will be anchored atop of your now-healed posts.
Restore Your Entire Upper, Lower or Full Set of Pearly Whites with Full Mouth Dental Implants
Get a Hollywood smile you deserve and will be proud to show off. Improve oral health, speech, facial structure and features, and eat all of the foods you love again!
Call or message our office today for an initial consultation and to learn more about whether or not full mouth dental implants are the right option for you or your loved one.
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