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Full Mouth Dental Implants

If you are missing one or more teeth, you may struggle to bite, chew, communicate, laugh, and, most importantly, socialize with others. When you are missing most or all of your teeth, it can cause changes in your overall expressions, health problems, discomfort, and self-consciousness.

Dental implants are a great option regardless of how many teeth you have lost. These permanent teeth are long-lasting and can last for decades.

Your oral health, smile attractiveness, and dental function are all restored with full mouth dental replacements.

Both treatments use cutting-edge surgical technology and high-quality products to get the best possible results. We can help you get a higher quality of life with dental implants!

Benefits of Using Dental Implants

Strong and Stable

A dental implant is a strong and durable restoration that looks, acts, feels, and operates as a natural tooth. Other methods can cause bone loss and impede eating, smiling, speaking, and other daily activities.

Built to last

Dental implants are a long-term remedy to missing teeth. Typical tooth-supported dental bridges last 5 to 7 years, and with careful maintenance, they can survive up to 10 years, but they will need to be replaced at some time.
On the other hand, dental implants, when correctly placed and maintained, can last a lifetime.

Maintain your natural facial structure and smile

Without teeth, a face can droop and appear depressed. Dental implants make sure to keep your features and smile in their natural shape.

Protects bone health

Leaving empty areas in your mouth when some teeth are lost can lead to other health problems, such as jawbone loss and degradation. The jawbone deteriorates when it is not utilized to hold a natural tooth, reducing its strength and rigidity.

Your teeth belong in your mouth

With dental implants, you don’t need to put off your teeth but keep them where they belong: in your mouth. And you won’t have to be concerned about your dentures slipping or falling out. Brush, floss, and care for dental implant-supported teeth like you would with natural teeth.

Speak freely

When you switch to removable dentures, you may find it difficult to enunciate common terms. Dental implants, on the other hand, work just like natural teeth.

Enjoy your food

Without reservation, taste and relish the meals you enjoy. You can bite naturally, eat nearly whatever you choose, and, unlike removable dentures, dental implants allow you to enjoy the full flavor of the food you eat.

Keep your teeth firmly in place

Dentures may fall out of place when you eat, speak, smile, yawn, laugh, kiss, or cough, requiring you to “reposition” them in your mouth. Because dental implants are permanently attached to your jawbone and integrate naturally with it, your new teeth will not move, click, or shift.

Maintain the health of your teeth

Dental implants are placed in the jawbone where your lost tooth root used to be without affecting healthy teeth. They also keep healthy adjacent teeth from moving as they would with an empty area.

Offers Predictability

Other repairing processes are less predictable. Other treatment options to repair or replace lost teeth, such as bridgework, detachable appliances, and failing root canal therapy treatments, have not shown as much long-term productive results. On the other hand, the dental implant procedure is often regarded as “more predictable” than other remedies to repair or replace lost teeth, such as bridgework.



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