Full Mouth Dental Implants
Are you a denture user or have poor remaining teeth that have to be removed?
You don’t have to settle with conventional dentures that not only limit your eating, but also permanently damage your bone and gum tissue. You can enjoy all the benefits of dental implants and improve your eating, smiling, and overall quality of life. No more denture glue or worries about dentures falling out.
Lets look at two options:
Options #1: Fixed Full Mouth Implant-Supported Teeth
Get a full set of fixed teeth on 4-6 dental implants. The teeth are fully supported by implants and completely fixed. You can eat and smile comfortably and confidently. A minimum of 4 dental implants are required for this design. Additional implants will provide more support and chewing surface and may be recommended. Teeth material is available in two types: PMMA and Zirconia.
Options #2: Removable Full Mouth Implant-Supported Teeth
Get a full set of removable teeth on 2-4 dental implants. Teeth are removable but well-supported on dental implants with attachments. This design provides the additional support and comfort during eating at a lesser overall cost. A minimal of two implants are required. Additional implants provide more 3-dimensional stability and retention.
Solutions for Patients with No Bone
There are several solution for patients who have complete missing teeth and severe bone loss. While bone grafting and conventional dental implants is an option, we also offer two graft-less treatments for patients who want fixed implant-supported teeth without the bone grafting procedures:
Our Digital Work-Flow
All full-arch dental implant treatments are planned and provided following total digital workflow for optimal accuracy, precision, and predictability. This includes:
- CBCT (Cone Beam CT Scan)
- Digital impressions and scanning
- Computer-assisted implant planning
- 3-D printed surgical guides
- 3-D printed or CAD / CAM transitional restorations
- Digitally-designed and milled final restorations
Our global fees include every aspect of your treatment. These include:
- Diagnostics X-rays and CBCT
- 3-dimensional computer-assisted planning
- Necessary surgical guides
- Necessary teeth extractions
- Placement of dental implants
- Temporary / transitional teeth
- Final implant-supported restorations
Other services are available for additional fees as necessary:
- Anesthesia options
- Bone grafting
- Soft tissue grafting