FULL MOUTH IMPLANTS
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What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?
Full mouth dental implants refer to dental treatments that replace all of the upper and/or lower teeth with a full arch of permanent teeth that are supported with dental implants. These treatments have become commonly known as All-On-4, Full Arch Implants, Implant Supported Dentures, Snap-on Dentures and Hybrids.
With all of these treatments, all of the upper or lower replacement teeth are supported by 4, 5, 6 or 8 dental implants. The number of implants you need will depend on your oral health and structure of your mouth.
If you would typically need a full set of removable dentures, you could be an ideal candidate for full mouth fixed implant dentures.
Why Consider Full Mouth Dental Implants?
Full Mouth Dental Implants are a secure, permanent solution to replace bad or missing teeth. They look and feel like natural teeth. They won't slip or cause gum pain. They will restore your ability to eat whatever you want. And they will allow you smile again with confidence.
And did you know implants will help maintain a more youthful appearance by maintaining your jawbone?
When a tooth is lost, the jawbone beneath it begins to shrink and become brittle. Not only does losing a tooth affect your smile, it also changes the shape of your face causing you to look prematurely aged.
Fortunately, dental implants help stop this aging process by mimicking the root of a tooth. Dental implants will continue to stimulate the jawbone and thus prevent continued jawbone recession.
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Benefits Of Implant Supported Dentures
Secure fit (no more loose dentures, sore gums or messy adhesive paste)
Replaces an entire set of upper or lower teeth with as few as 2 implants
Maintains your jawbone and your youthful appearance
Restores your natural smile
Improves your natural bite force so you can eat whatever you want
Easily removed by wearer for easy cleaning
Immediately eradicate gum disease and gingivitis
Immediately eradicate cavities and bad breath caused by gum disease
Most affordable full mouth tooth replacement treatment
Affordable financing options available
8881 Fletcher Pkwy, Ste 220,
La Mesa, CA 91942
How Full Mouth Dental Implant Treatment Works
With full mouth dental implant treatment, you are never without teeth. You show up the day of your procedure with your missing or failing teeth. You’re sedated, you receive treatment, and you wake up a few hours later with a brand new smile.
Included with your full mouth implant procedure, are two sets of teeth: your healing set and your permanent set.
After your implants are placed, you will be fitted and sent home with your healing set of teeth. These are what you’ll have while your body is healing from surgery and the implants properly fuse with your jawbone.
Your Healing Teeth
Your healing teeth are nearly indistinguishable from your permanent set, but they are made to accommodate a soft food diet and are designed to break if you bite or chew on something hard enough to damage your implants. This is a safety feature much like a car is designed to crumple to protect its passengers.
Your Permanent Teeth
After your implants have successfully integrated with your jawbone, the doctor will schedule you for placement of your permanent teeth. This is a painless procedure that typically takes 30 minutes to place.
Your permanent teeth are customized for your ideal color, shape, length and bite. They are impervious to cavities, won't stain, and do not require flossing. And with proper care, will typically outlast your lifetime.
Full Mouth Dental Implant Process
Meet the Doctor for a dental exam and imaging to determine your eligibility and plan your best outcome.
Our dental lab builds your ideal smile based on your preference for teeth color, size, shade, material and bite.
Same day surgery. You'll wake up from the procedure with your brand new smile and "healing" set of teeth all within ONE Day!
After a short time to heal, you'll return to the office to replace your "healing" teeth with your final set of permanents.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect at my free implant consultation?
When you come in for your first appointment, you will fill out paperwork so we can get to know you better. Next you will meet a dental assistant for x-rays and 3D imaging from our CT Scanner. An examination is then completed by the dentist. You will receive a treatment plan for any dental treatment you may need or want. You will check out with the receptionist and make your next appointment.
Am I a good candidate for dental implants?
In our experience, most people can safely receive dental implants. Even age is not necessarily a factor when determining dental implant placement. Whether you’re missing one tooth or many, dental implants may be the best choice for you. Plus, at New Day Smile Dental Group, our doctors are experienced in treating patients with complex cases that may even have been turned away by others. The best way to find out if you’re a candidate is to visit us for a free consultation.
Are implant procedures painful?
Our doctors do everything they can to make you as comfortable as possible. Depending on the procedure, you can elect to have local anesthesia or sedation. Many of our patients opt for sedation so they don’t feel anything during the procedure. Afterwards, most of our patients report that they experienced far less pain than anticipated.
What sedation dentistry options do you offer?
Dental sedation varies depending on the patient and their medical history. We will go over all your options when you come in for your free consultation.
Will I have to go without teeth or my dentures during the process?
No. After the procedure, you will leave our office with temporary teeth or denture that allows you to eat and enjoy your everyday life.You will return to our office some time later where we'll replace your temporary teeth with your new, permanent teeth or denture.
How long is the recovery period?
Recovery time differs for every patient but many patients say they don’t experience significant discomfort and don’t even need pain medication after the procedure.
Are implant procedures expensive?
Thanks to precise technology and our all-inclusive centers, the cost of dental implants is much less than it was even a few years ago. However, many of our patients still need financing options to help pay for the procedure. That’s why we work closely with leading healthcare financing companies to provide payment plans for our patients who qualify. During your consultation, we will help figure out a financing strategy that fits your budget. Together, we’ll explore every option available.
Will my dental insurance cover implant treatment?
We accept many dental insurance plans and will file claims on your behalf, saving you the time and hassle. Our knowledgeable benefit coordinators can help you maximize your dental benefits and minimize your out-of-pocket cost. We will tell you upfront what your insurance plan will pay for and offer options for taking care of any remaining balance.