A full mouth reconstruction is an individualized dental implant treatment that re-establishes the health of a patient’s entire mouth including the teeth, gums, jaw bone, and bite. In most cases, every part the mouth is treated or restored using a combination of dental services such as fillings, root canal treatments, periodontal (gum) treatment, bone grafting, implants, crowns, and veneers.


The All-on-Four or All-on-Six treatments serve as an alternative solution to the unfavorable impact regular dentures have on a patients’ overall quality of life. Both procedures owe its name to the very nature of the treatment, consisting of the four or six titanium implants embedded on the patient’s jaw line, then, applying a denture to serve as anchors, keeping the teeth in place. The All-on-4 and All-on-6 solution grants patients’ permanent teeth in a same-day treatment.


An implant-supported bridge is an option available if you have several missing teeth. It is similar to a traditional dental bridge, but it is supported with dental implants instead of natural teeth. The implant supported bridge consists of the implant, abutment, and the restoration, and the time it takes to complete the process may vary depending on the factors.  An implant-supported bridge can help prevent bone resorption and can also help reduce the amount of pressure placed on an individual implant by spreading it across the bridge.


Dental Implants are designed to provide a foundation for the replacement of missing teeth and are one of the most long-term methods of single tooth implants. Implants are small screw-like titanium posts which are placed beneath the gum line. Once the implants have been properly placed, a process called “osseointegration” begins in which the bone of the jaw adheres to the titanium; creating a strong foundation for a dental abutment and final restoration.


A denture or a “conventional dentures,” is prosthesis that is inserted in the mouth which replaces your natural teeth and provides support for the cheeks and lips. Most dentures are made of acrylic to cover the roof of the mouth on the upper arch and a lower denture is shaped like a horseshoe to leave room for the tongue on the lower arch. The teeth are made of plastic or porcelain and sometimes both.


Sinus lift is the process of elevating a small portion of the patient’s jawbone into the sinus cavity to create a layer of bone that will protect the implant from the toxins of the cavity. This procedure is performed when it is determined that only a small increase in the depth and density of the bone is necessary to ensure the success and longevity of a dental implant.


Bone loss is a crucial process that happens upon the removal of one or more teeth. Bone grafting is a process that maintains and preserves the quantity and quality of the jaw bone after a single tooth or multiple teeth have been removed. Many dentists overlook the fact that within the first year following a tooth extraction, the majority of the bone in the area is susceptible to deterioration if additional bone is not placed in the hole caused by an extraction.


    Prior to a dental implant treatment, extractions might be needed. A tooth extraction occurs when teeth have been severely damaged due to trauma, advanced periodontal (gum) disease, or critically infected or decayed. In addition, teeth may be extracted because they are poorly impacted in the mouth, such as wisdom teeth, or are anticipating orthodontic procedures. In order to proceed with an implant treatment, the tooth must be handled.

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