A lot can happen in just one day, but did you know you could completely transform your smile, restore complete function, and even natural aesthetics with just one surgical appointment at our office? With full mouth dental implants placed by our skilled board-certified oral surgeons, you can completely restore your smile and your life in just a single day.
Whether you have only a few natural teeth left, severe jawbone loss, or are already in dentures, our full mouth rehabilitation solution can restore your smile in just one day. So transformative, many of our patients notice how their smile has affected their diet, their facial structure, their confidence, and their overall quality of life! Instead of securing your teeth using adhesives and pastes, as with traditional dentures, our full mouth fixed bridges use dental implants as the foundation to ensure reliability and stability in the long term. Placing four or more dental implants strategically into the jawbone, we’re able to attach a prosthesis of new, functional, and beautiful teeth to your implants in the very same appointment!
We believe in complete transparency. So, before you decide on full mouth dental implants, we’ll be sure to discuss all of your options. Although we believe full mouth dental implants are the best solution for most and will ultimately offer more long-term benefits including restored function, aesthetics, and even cost, we want to make sure you choose the ideal solution for your situation. Feel free to review the chart below or call now to schedule your dental implant consultation.
As skilled oral surgeons with over 50 years of combined experience, this isn’t our first implant case. We know how transformative choosing full mouth dental implants can end up being for a patient so we do everything we can to make the entire process easy and comfortable as well. There are two main steps to receiving your new smile transformation.
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