A Long-Term Solution for Your Smile
Patients who have lost multiple or a full arch of teeth often struggle daily with a number of challenges. Eating difficulties, embarrassment and uncomfortable dentures all decrease quality of life in such situations. Have you experienced these or other effects of extensive tooth loss? You may be a candidate for full-arch dental implant solutions. Implants are permanent tooth replacements. They are a life-long option and offer outstanding benefits for your oral health. Full-arch implant solutions are an excellent alternative to traditional dentures, and may be the right path for your smile.
How Do Full-Arch Dental Implants Work?
Full-arch dental implant solutions rely on a series of dental implants placed strategically within the jaw. Implants are made of biocompatible material that firmly integrates with the bone. They even stimulate bone regrowth in the jaw. Once placed, implants support a new set of teeth that provides a natural look, feel and function. Implant prostheses attach securely to the implant posts in the jaw, forming a strong connection. This stable connection removes the worry of slipping, shifting and clicking associated with traditional dentures. Dr. Patrick Johnson and Dr. Sausha Toghranegar are highly skilled at placing full-arch implants, including implant supported dentures. Our practice offers bone grafting and sinus lift procedures to prepare your jaw for implants, if significant bone loss has occurred.
Advanced Technology and Treatment for Lasting Dental Implant Results
Dr. Johnson is a Board Certified Periodontist, and has been placing implants successfully since 1993. Both he and Dr. Sausha are extremely thorough in treatment planning and focused on delivering exceptional, lasting results. Only the highest quality materials are used in our implant procedures. Our doctors choose Ankylos® implants and the ASTRA TECH Implant System™ for our full-arch dental implant solutions. We also incorporate CBCT imaging and guided tissue regeneration for the best possible outcomes for your smile. The use of such advanced technology ensures precision implant planning and placement, and reduces recovery time. Sedation dentistry can also be incorporated into your care if you experience fear or anxiety.