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Full Arch Dental Implants
Palo Alto, CA


Dental staff examining a custom tooth mold at Palo Alto Oral HealthDo you know that you can transform damaged or missing teeth into a functioning and radiant smile?

Anyone who has suffered from enamel erosion, bone deterioration, or difficulties wearing dentures can now sigh of relief, knowing that they can be a long-term solution to help them regain self-confidence.

Visit Palo Alto Oral Health to learn more about full arch dental implants.

What is a Full Arch Dental Implant?



The most successful method of restoring tooth loss is dental implants. Dental implants offer a long-term alternative for people who have lost a single tooth, a few teeth, or a complete arch of teeth.

People are generally candidates for full arch dental implants if they have lost a significant number of teeth.

Dental implants are small titanium screws that are surgically inserted into a patient’s jaw. Dental implants are intended to integrate with the bone after insertion, effectively replacing the roots lost due to tooth loss.

Dental implants serve as an anchor for dentures, bridges, and other dental prostheses in addition to stimulating the jaw's tissues and preventing bone degradation.

Full arch dental implants refer to dental implants that support an entire arch of artificial teeth (typically a full denture). Therefore, patients do not need a dental implant for every missing tooth in order to support a full set of dentures.

Instead, just four dental implants are often needed to secure a full set of implant-supported dentures.

Who is a Suitable Candidate for Full Arch Dental Implants?



Immediate full arch dental implants are an option if you don't have any teeth or are about to lose all of your remaining ones.

Anyone who wishes to recover confidence in their smile, capability to eat, speak clearly, and laugh should consider getting dental treatment. It is a better alternative for patients who prefer not to wear a temporary denture throughout their dental implant therapy.

Gum disease and low bone density can be treated, making dental implant therapy possible for those with these conditions. Booking a consultation with your dentist, who specializes in dental implants, is the best approach to determine if you are a good candidate for full arch implant restoration.

Benefits of Full Arch Dental Implants



The procedure gives patients a full set of replacement teeth that feel as natural-looking and comfortable as possible. The teeth are entirely functioning and nearly identical to natural teeth in every way.

The main advantage of full arch dental implants is that they enhance your smile and appearance, boosting your self-worth and confidence. They mimic your natural teeth, and people will not notice the difference.

Unlike traditional dentures, full arch implants excel at stability and comfort. Biting and chewing will be much simpler and feel more natural than when you had your natural teeth.

Your jaw's health will improve if you receive a full arch of dental implants. After losing your natural teeth, the underlying jawbone continues to deteriorate.

The implanted teeth attach to your upper and lower jawbones in the same way as your natural teeth did once your entire arch of implants is in place. You will have a more powerful facial profile and look younger if your jawbone is stronger.

Full arch dental implants are a great option if people who have loose dentures, have lost, or are about to lose any of their teeth, or both.

Dental implants feel and work like natural teeth because they are set in place permanently. Unlike dentures, they do not require insertion and removal.

Most full-arch dental implants are durable since they last between five and 15 years, although others may last much longer. Therefore, it is less probable that you will need to go back and fix each tooth individually when everything is finished all at once.

Additionally, you might be able to get your complete arch implanted in one session.

You will also notice that healing will go much more quickly in addition to saving time. You will have a different healing process with every visit and every implant.

However, if you have a full arch, you will recover more quickly overall, and your dentist will give you painkillers to make sure you're as comfortable as possible while recovering.

Full Arch Dental Implants Procedure



When you visit your dentist, they will let you know what the process entails, the possible risks and how much it costs to allow you to make an informed decision.

In the event that you choose to move forward with implants, your dentist will arrange a second appointment for a diagnostic.

Using x-rays, the dentists will perform a thorough oral health examination to evaluate whether full mouth implants are an option for you or whether you need first to have a dental issue fixed. After that, you will receive a personalized treatment plan.

There are typically five stages to full arch implant restoration, which can be finished in one or several visits.

The first stage is known as sedation, where your dentist will administer some local anesthetic to control pain during the procedure. Before the implants can be inserted, all remaining teeth will be removed.

Suppose many teeth need to be removed or dentists notice signs of gum disease or infection. In that case, they will use temporary provisional teeth and proceed with your implant therapy once your mouth recovers.

If your mouth is in good health to receive the implants, the dentists will sterilize the implant sites to prevent infection.

After making small incisions in your gums, the dentist will carefully insert the titanium implants into your jaw.

Two implants are typically positioned at the front and two at the back of the mouth; however, depending on the size and health of your jaw, you might require extra implants.

The treated regions will be cleaned and disinfected after the implants have been positioned, and then your prosthetic dental bridge will be attached.

Afterwards, you can leave the anesthesia room and proceed to the recovery room. While recovering, you should avoid strenuous activity and adhere to your dentist's recommendations for pain relief and nutrition.

Learn More and Call Today!



Visit for more information about full arch dental implants. Call us today at (650) 321-9693 to book a full arch dental implant appointment.

Thank you for trusting us with your oral health. Give us a call at (650) 321-9693 .



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Palo Alto, CA 94306-2548


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