Years of Experience Backed by Dental Technology
If you are missing a majority or all of your teeth, you understand the profound effects it has on your health and wellbeing. One of the most permanent and lifelike ways we can restore multiple missing teeth is with full arch dental implants. A full arch of missing teeth can be replaced with a denture or prosthesis that attaches to two or more dental implants secured in the jaw bone. Our practice is equipped with experienced doctors, including a board-certified periodontist, and dental technology to offer this comprehensive treatment with the greatest skill, accuracy, and health benefits we can provide. When a full arch of new teeth is supported by dental implants, you can enjoy vast improvements to your health, oral function, smile, and—most importantly—your overall confidence!
“With the advent of implantology we now have the ability to provide patients with fixed teeth. That is teeth that for the most part look, feel and function like real teeth within a day.”
Kevin Guze DMD
How Will I Benefit from Full Arch Dental Implants?
Full Arch Dental Implants
We surgically place five or six dental implants into your jaw bone. This replaces lost stimulation of natural tooth roots and provides the base for a full-arch prosthesis. Customized to your face and smile, the prosthesis is permanently secured to the dental implants and remains securely in place unless removed by a certified dentist.
Implant Supported Dentures
We insert two or more dental implants into the jaw onto which a denture is snapped into place. Whether fixed or removable to allow cleaning, implant supported dentures do not rest on the gums or cause irritation. They also improve stability and chewing power, eliminating the need for pastes or adhesives.
Fully Restored Health, Function, and Aesthetics
Full arch dental implants must be placed precisely in order for them to remain secure and accommodate a denture or prosthesis long-term. To ensure this, our experienced team utilizes guided implant surgery, advanced technology that assists in surgical planning and during surgery itself. With a foundation of accurately placed dental implants, we can further guarantee the success of your full arch dental implants or implant supported dentures. Once healed, your custom-made prosthesis or denture will be secured onto your dental implants to fully restore oral function and smile aesthetics! Though we are skilled in this treatment process, placing dental implants is still a surgical procedure, and we provide varying levels of sedation for your comfort.