Full Jaw Restoration

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Full-jaw restoration surgery is a type of tooth replacement that is excellent for people who have had significant tooth loss. It is a treatment that restores the functionality and looks of a full mouth using dental implants and screw-retained prostheses. Let’s look at how this procedure is done and when it is required.

What is it?

In patients who have lost all or most of their teeth, this restoration procedure can rebuild their appearance, chewing ability, and speaking ability. Dental implants, prosthetic teeth, and micro screws to anchor the teeth to the dental implants make up a full-arch restoration. Consequently, you’ll have a stable, complete set of teeth.

How long will it take?

The amount of time it takes will be determined by the number of dental implants necessary and whether or not bone grafting is required. Full-arch restorations are usually performed in 3 to 4 visits with your dentist. (Tooth extractions and bone grafts, which will take longer, are not included.) A patient may require bone grafting before dental implants may be embedded in specific cases. For instance, anyone who has been missing a significant number of teeth for a long time is likely to get advice on bone grafting. However, once the implants are in place, complete jaw restoration is quick, commonly referred to as “a whole set of teeth in a day.”

Procedure:

Your dentist will take x-rays of your teeth and gums at the initial appointment, and dental impressions will also be accepted. The dentist will design the placement of your implants in the early sitting as well.

Implants are placed in the second session, which will necessitate oral surgery. After surgery, the patient is given temporary artificial teeth and is allowed to return home.

Full-arch restorations might use as few as four dental implants to support the prosthetic teeth. Once put in, the prosthetic teeth are fitted immediately on top of the implants. Follow-up consultations can be made to check that your new teeth are in a comfortable position.

When to choose Full Jaw Restoration?

Many patients having a full-arch restoration have attempted other tooth replacement treatments in the past. Existing dental implants, bridges, or dentures may be present in specific individuals. When many teeth are missing, they may have a mix of these.

Full-arch restorations are similar to dental implants because they cover your entire mouth. This operation is excellent for individuals with significant tooth loss since it lets them chew, speak, smile, and have a better quality of life. Dental implants and prostheses are long-lasting and mimic natural teeth’ appearance and feel. They are stable and outperform temporary tooth replacements such as dentures.

In patients missing all of their teeth, full-arch bridges are more comfortable and can help prevent jaw bone loss. The implants and artificial teeth provide enough weight to protect the jaw bone from eroding and help preserve your face’s and jaws’ general structure.

Contact your Walnut Creek dentist, Massood Darvishzadeh, DDS at Dental Implant Solutions for more information on full jaw restoration.

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