Do your missing teeth or loose dentures affect your desire to smile? At Center for Advanced Dentistry in San Jose, California, the team of highly trained and experienced dentists offers full-arch implants as a successful remedy for your condition. To schedule a consultation, call the office for an appointment or book online today.
Full-arch implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a permanent restoration to enhance the function of your oral health and the beauty of your smile. The implants are surgically anchored directly into your jawbone to support your denture and to keep it secure and healthy. They also cover the upper or lower arch of your mouth, where you’re missing your teeth.
If you’re missing teeth or if your dentures slip, full-arch implants might be your answer. Talk to your dentist at the Center for Advanced Dentistry about the best option for your oral health needs.
The advantages of getting full-arch implants include:
Full-arch implants offer a permanent fix to enhancing the condition of your oral health.
To place full-arch implants, your dentist first gives you anesthesia to make sure you’re comfortable. Then small incisions are cut into your gums to make room for the titanium posts. The number of posts inserted depends on your treatment plan.
Once healing occurs after about 6-12 weeks, your dentist bonds your permanent replacement teeth to your implants, and you see results immediately. You can walk out of the office with new teeth that look and feel completely natural, giving you the confidence to smile and chew food free of worry.
The team at the Center for Advanced Dentistry’s primary concern is your comfort level and successful outcome. Although you might have concerns about feeling pain during your procedure, you won’t feel a thing. Anesthesia eliminates all sensations throughout the treatment.
When your dentist places your full-arch implants, prescribed pain medication can help alleviate your feelings of discomfort when it’s over, if needed. When your mouth heals, all swelling and feelings of sensitivity should diminish. It takes very little time to get used to the new function and look of your new teeth.
To learn more about full-arch implants and to find out if they’re right for you, call the office or book online today.