If you are a person who is missing most of the teeth in your mouth, you can think about going ahead with a full arch dental implant. It is the most appropriate solution available to consider. In fact, this dental treatment is highly recommended for all the people who have widespread dental damage in the mouth. Before the implant surgery, all your teeth in the mouth will be extracted. Then the full arch dental implant will be placed in the moth. This will provide you with durable and lifelike teeth. It is one of the most comfortable alternatives available for dentures.

Replace a Full Arch of Missing Teeth With Dental Implants in Houston, Tx

The failing or loss of multiple teeth can lead to many oral health concerns, in addition to feelings of self-consciousness from difficulty speaking clearly and a gapped or toothless smile. Although tooth loss is common, affecting over 100 million people in the U.S. alone, many patients fail to realize that modern dental technology has paved the way for tooth replacement solutions that are stronger, more attractive, and better for oral health in the long run. We proudly offer All-on-4® dental implants and implant-supported dentures for patients who are missing multiple or a full arch of teeth. Book online today for our full arch dental implants in Houston, TX.

How Much do Full Arch Dental Implants Cost?

The cost associated with full arch dental implant would be around $15,000 to $30,000. However, it would vary based on the state of your mouth. You can expect the dentist to take a look at your mouth and provide you with an estimation for bearing the cost of full arch dental implants. In some of the instances, you will be able to get the help of your insurance plan to cover up the cost. If that is not successful, you can get the dentist to provide you with an installment plan.

What to Expect During Your Surgery?

Before going ahead with the full arch dental implant surgery, your doctor will take X-rays and inspect your mouth in detail. Along with that, a proper plan will be created. This would be a plan that can ensure providing you with best possible results at the end of the day. Based on that, your customized surgical template will be created. On top of that, your dentist will also take a look at the most appropriate positions in the mouth to go ahead with implant placement.

During the day of your surgery, your dentist will use local anesthesia for numbing. In addition to that, you will also be provided with sedation. Then he will place at least four implant posts in the jaw. These implant posts will be placed at slight angles to each other, so that you will be able to minimize the overall impact created on bone tissue surrounding the region. Then the full arch dental implant procedure will start. Time taken for the treatment would vary based on the complexity of the surgery.

The Effects of Multiple Missing Teeth

  • Difficulty speaking and eating
  • Increasingly poor nutrition
  • Inability to chew properly
  • Jaw bone deterioration
  • Loss of facial aesthetics
  • Embarrassment or anxiety

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The Long-Term Oral Health Benefits of Dental Implants

Patients who wear dentures are often dissatisfied by how easily they can shift or fall out. When dentures are stabilized by dental implants, however, they provide a dual-benefit solution that is both durable and similar in function and appearance to a full arch of healthy, natural teeth. This is due to the nature of the dental implant’s titanium post, which when placed, begins to fuse to the jaw bone, creating stimulation that prevents further bone loss and improves oral health. A new denture or prosthesis is then secured to the implants for fully restored biting and chewing function.

All-on-4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 is a protocol that combines the advantages of dental implants and a lifelike prosthesis for a permanent and stable alternative to traditional dentures. Four or more dental implants are strategically placed in the jaw to firmly support a full-arch prosthesis.

Implant Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are full-arch denture that snap securely onto dental implants for a strong, stable bite. These dentures can be removed for cleaning, but when in place, do not slip for increased comfort speaking, chewing, and eating

Trained, Quality Care From an Experienced Dentist

To help guarantee the success of dental implants from the beginning, they must be placed by a doctor who is trained and skilled in the procedure. Our skilled dentist, Dr. Triana and Dr. Perez, has 15 years of experience and has received advanced training from Nobel Biocare in dental implant placement to ensure quality care for his patients. His passion for bringing the most advanced techniques keeps him at the head of his field, and he completes many hours of continuing education courses each year to stay up-to-date on the latest procedures and technologies. Our office is fully equipped to give you the most comfortable experiences, and we offer multiple sedation options to help you feel relaxed during your appointment.

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