Losing multiple teeth doesn’t just impact your oral health, it can take a hard hit on your self-esteem and quality of life. With full-arch implant restorations, you can permanently regain the entire arch of your smile. It’s about time you got back to eating your favorite foods and smiling with confidence.
Full-arch implant restorations are a better alternative to dentures. They are more expensive, but they last much longer, require less special care, and look and feel more natural. Importantly, they will also significantly improve your ability to chew up your food compared to a traditional denture. If you’ve lost most or all of your teeth, full-arch implant restorations may be the best way to get your smile back permanently.
About 40 million Americans are missing all of their teeth, and 30% of adults between the ages of 65-74 have no natural teeth left.
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Implants have never been placed with more precision thanks to our advanced cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). This revolutionary tool creates a more efficient procedure while keeping you comfortable along the way.
A full arch fixed hybrid restoration offers patients a permanent solution for replacing multiple missing teeth with a fixed, stable, and natural-looking set of teeth. This innovative treatment option can dramatically improve chewing ability, speech, and overall quality of life, restoring confidence in one's smile and oral function
Crafted with the highest quality materials, Hybridge Implants are one of the most durable and long-lasting options on the market. Hybridge restorations are also supported by five or six dental implants, which only improves the stability and security of your new smile.
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Compared to traditional dentures, full-arch implant restorations can help you to restore your quality of life. Natural looking teeth can be fixed onto the denture, no longer requiring you to take out your teeth at night. They can also restore your chewing function so you can comfortably eat salads, steak, or other hard, chewy delicious foods again. The ability to eat a wide variety of foods will impact your overall health and wellness.
Unlike dentures, full-arch implant restorations help protect your jaw bone and your appearance. Over time, tooth loss can cause your appearance to look “sunken,” since your jaw bone will begin to weaken. Dentures can’t stop this from happening, but full-arch implant restorations can. Your dental implant will stimulate and protect your bone, and help preserve both your oral health and your appearance.
Even the best dentures sometimes shift, move, or slip. This can make it harder to eat, chew, smile, and speak confidently. But this isn’t the case with full-arch implant restorations. They're fixed to dental implants that won’t ever move or shift. That means you can enjoy a better fit, more natural appearance, and improved performance compared to traditional dentures.
Our periodontal specialist will see you for a full work up, including a CBCT scan and digital impressions of your teeth, and then coordinate with your general dentist to create a surgical plan.
At the next appointment, your periodontist will extract your remaining teeth and place your dental implants. Bone grafting will likely be performed during this appointment if it is indicated.
Once your implants are placed, you’ll be sent home with a set of temporary implant supported dentures. The initial healing process just takes a couple of weeks, but it will take up to 3-6 months for your implants to fully heal and bond with your jaw bone. During this time, you’ll come to our office for some follow-ups, and your dentist will start building your permanent restoration.
Once your mouth is fully healed and our specialists have tested that your implants are strong, you will return to your restorative dentist to deliver your implant supported dentures. Your dentist will attach them to your implants.
Our office will work together with you and your dentist to help you to maintain the health and integrity of your implants and restoration. Even though you no longer have natural teeth, the implants need to be cleaned and examined regularly.
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Full-arch implant rehabilitation can be an excellent option for patients who have lost all or most of their natural teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay, or dental trauma. However, it is important to note that your mouth and jaw must be in relatively good health, with adequate bone density for successful treatment. Get in touch with your dentist today to schedule a consultation and find out if full-arch implants are the right choice for you.
Yes! Made of durable, high-quality materials, one of the biggest advantages of full-arch implant restorations is that they look and feel just like the real thing. Full-arch implant restorations allow you to speak, laugh, and smile with confidence, and enjoy all of your favorite foods without any specialized care or maintenance. By staying on top of your oral hygiene habits, you can prolong the look, feel, and function of your restoration for years to come.
It is important to note that a full-arch implant restoration consists of the placement of two separate elements: the implants themselves and the implant-supported denture. While the dental implants can last a lifetime for most patients, the denture may wear down over time due to regular forces like chewing and speaking. It is very important to see your dentist and periodontist for routine visits afterwards to maintain the health of the implants and catch minor repairs before they turn into larger repairs.
Although your new smile won’t be susceptible to cavities or other forms of decay, it is still vital that you follow good oral hygiene practices to avoid developing gum disease. We recommend using a water flosser in addition to brushing your teeth. You will also need to see your dentist for regular cleanings, exams, and x-rays to keep the gum tissue healthy around the implants.
In some cases, we are able to perform extractions, place implants, and deliver teeth onto the implants all in one visit. However, in more complex cases, additional healing time may be required in between surgeries to ensure success.