Multiple Tooth Dental Implants
Replacing your back teeth with dental implants allows patients to eat whatever they desire as they provide superb stability and strength. Moreover, patients’ facial and jawbone structure and appearance are conserved.
- The sole fixed prothesis option for this condition
- Ability to eat what normally with a stable, secure prothesis
- Prevents bone loss and preserves facial structure
Multiple Tooth Dental Implant Treatment Process
Step-by-step fixed bridge installation
Courses of treatment are dependent on the tooth and patient. Be sure to consult with our periodontist to determine which plan of action is best for you and your specific condition. The following treatment course is one of several options you may be presented
1: Before the procedure
2: Installing the implant
3: Attaching the bridge
4: End result
Full Arch Replacement With Dental Implants
Another option is full arch replacement when all of the teeth in the upper and/or lower jaw are missing.
An implant-supported prosthesis is the most ideal route to comfortably replace the missing teeth if a patient is missing all their teeth or in a condition that they need to be removed and restored.
In the past there were no options available as a fixed prothesis solution. Fortunately, today our Aurora / Littleton multiple tooth dental implant experts are able to replace a full jaw with dental implants and a prosthesis that provides a permanent, firm and highly visually appealing result.
Full arch replacement with dental implants offers the following benefits:
- Lets patients eat normally and function just like natural teeth
- Are a solid, stable solution that are expected to last a lifetime
- Preserve your facial appearance and aid in preventing further bone loss
Depending on the specific patient’s conditions the treatment procedures and number of appointments vary largely. Typically, 8-10 visits should be sufficient to have a full tooth replacement installed. The comfort level has been reported as much better than anticipated by several patients after the procedure is completed.