Whole-Mouth Dental Implants

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Whether due to aging, dental decay, periodontal disease, or a tooth injury, many patients experience tooth loss. Thankfully, there is a fix. Patients who require many teeth replaced or even an entire upper or lower set of teeth have the option of having a whole-mouth tooth replacement, often known as the All-on-4 or Teeth-in-a-Day surgery. Come to Aspen Dental if you need treatment for whole-mouth dental implants in the Denver area.

What are Whole-Mouth Dental Implants?

Full-mouth dental implants might be right for you if you’ve had problems with your teeth in the past and are searching for a new dental procedure to help restore your smile. Full-mouth dental implants are a type of dental prosthetic that can be used to replace all of the teeth in a single arch. 

Also known as whole-mouth dental implants, full-mouth implants are usually made from titanium, a biocompatible metal that can fuse to the bones in the jaw. Once the full mouth implants are in place, we can use them to support a complete set of dentures or a fixed bridge. In addition, we can also use full mouth implants to support a single dental crown. 

Full-mouth dental implants are considered to be a permanent solution for tooth loss, and they can provide patients with a natural-looking and functional set of teeth. If you are considering full-mouth dental implants, it is important to consult with our qualified implant dentists, Dr. Rossow, Dr. Noce, or Dr. Neal, to see if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

What are the Benefits of Full-Mouth Dental Implants?

Unlike dentures, which rest on the gums, full mouth implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone. The implants provide a more stable base for prosthetic teeth, which can significantly improve chewing and speaking ability. Full-mouth implants can also be more comfortable than dentures, as they do not need to be removed and cleaned daily. In addition, full mouth implants can help to preserve the bone structure in the jaw, preventing further tooth loss. For these reasons, full-mouth dental implants are an increasingly popular option for people who have lost all or most of their natural teeth. 

  • Fast Results
  • Fewer Placed Implants
  • Eat Your Favorite Foods Again
  • Maintain Bone Structure
  • Stop Further Bone Loss
  • Last a Lifetime
  • No Ill-fitting Dentures
  • Cost Effective
  • Life Changing

What is the Full-Mouth Dental Implant Process?

Full-mouth dental implants are a great way to improve your smile and oral health. The process begins with a consultation with Dr. Rossow, Dr. Noce, or Dr. Neal to discuss your goals and determine if implants are right for you. 

If you decide to move forward with implants, the next step is to have a series of X-rays and impressions taken of your mouth. These will be used to create custom implant fixtures that will be placed in your jawbone. Once the implants have healed and bonded with the bone, you will return to Aspen Dental in Denver, CO, to have your new teeth placed. The entire process can take several months, but the results are worth it.

Whole-Mouth Dental Implants in Denver, CO

Aspen Dental is one of the leading providers of whole-mouth dental implants. Whole-mouth dental implants are ideal for people who have lost all their teeth. Aspen Dental has a team of experienced implant dentists who can place implants in the upper and lower jaws, providing you with a complete set of replacement teeth. 

Whole mouth implants are solid and stable and look and feel like natural teeth. With full mouth implants, you will be able to eat and speak with confidence. At Aspen Dental, we also offer a wide range of implant-supported dentures and bridges, making it easy for patients to find the ideal solution for their needs. Contact Aspen Dental today to schedule a consultation on whole-mouth dental implants.

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