What is Full Mouth Implants Tooth Replacement?
The full arch or full mouth implant procedure is stabilized and supported by the use of dental implants. Your specific number of implants are placed at designated locations in your upper and/or lower jaw to replace all of your teeth in that area of your mouth.
Tooth replacement with the full mouth implants procedure is a proven treatment for restoring your upper and/lower teeth with permanent teeth. You will be able to eat, chew, and smile with confidence following your treatment.
What are the expected benefits of full mouth implants for tooth replacement?
Your oral health and your overall health are impacted by tooth loss. Delaying tooth replacement can enhance the risk of bone and gum tissue loss.
The full mouth implants procedure requires an initial examination to determine your unique tooth loss condition, the health of your gum and bone tissue, and your goals for smile restoration. You will be able to eat the foods you choose following the oral surgery procedure and healing period.
What are the advantages of the full mouth implants procedure for tooth replacement?
The restoration of your oral health is the primary advantage of the full mouth implants treatment. You will also be able to enjoy your favorite foods and smile with confidence.
Dental implants are secured in strategic locations in your upper and/or lower jaw. The implants provide a stable foundation for placing your new, permanent teeth on the surface of your gums and jawbone.
The basics of your full mouth implants tooth replacement
Dental implants create a secure anchor point for your new teeth while maintaining the health of your bone and gum tissue.
Your new permanent teeth will not slip, move, or fall out. You will be able to smile, eat, and chew with confidence following your tooth replacement.
Schedule your initial consultation and examination
Schedule an examination to discuss your tooth loss and replacement with full mouth implant.