The Solution for a Full Arch of Missing Teeth
Teeth missing in an entire arch debilitate virtually all of the function, beauty, and health of a patient’s smile. While dentures can restore these basic necessities, we provide more permanent, strong, and healthy solutions with full arch dental implants and implant supported dentures. We hold specialized training in all aspects of full arch dental implants, including preliminary procedures like bone grafting, and utilize surgical planning software and guides to increase the long-term predictability and accuracy of your treatment. Full arch dental implants and implant supported dentures are two of the best solutions for patients with failing or missing teeth, and the only options that can provide significant and lifelong improvements to the health and function of your smile!
The Benefits of Full Arch Dental Implants
Full arch dental implants and implant supported dentures provide the most dramatic improvements to our patients’ health and wellbeing. Contrary to traditional dentures, full arch dental implants rely on dental implants to mimic the jaw bone stimulation needed to keep the bone from shrinking. With a full set of strong teeth in place, patients with full arch dental implants can enjoy a broader and healthier diet without fearing their dentures will slip out of place. Full arch dental implants significantly improve the lives and confidence of our patients by promoting better long-term oral health, restoring dental function, and improving comfort during daily activities like laughing and chewing!
Dental implants stimulate the jaw bone, helping it to remain strong and healthy. With this stimulation, the bone will not resorb and lose shape or density.
Dental implants strongly secure dentures or a prosthesis in place, improving biting and chewing power. Eating tough, sticky, or chewy foods is comfortable!
Dentures or a prosthesis are custom-made to look like a full set of natural teeth. Tooth shape, size, and color and gum tissue color are matched to increase aesthetics.
Increase Stability with Implant Supported Dentures
Like full arch dental implants, implant supported dentures are secured in place with two or more dental implants, allowing for greater stability when talking, eating, and laughing. While traditional dentures rest on the gums and cause discomfort and irritation, implant supported dentures are snapped to the dental implants. This provides a stable solution that can be removed for daily cleaning, but is strong enough for you to enjoy eating the foods you love and smiling confidently. No matter if you choose full arch dental implants or implant supported dentures, the vast improvements to your health and wellbeing will be substantial and for the long-term.