Full Arch Implant Tooth

Full arch dental implant teeth are done when there are no existing teeth on the arch. For full arch dental implant teeth, there are several dental implant tooth treatment options for full arch reconsturction including:

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Dental Implant Teeth + Dentures

For dental implant teeth with bar or ball and overdentures, the dental implant posts acts as anchor supports in retening the overdentures in place relative to having conventional full dentures that tends to slip and slide when chewing and talking. Dental implant teeth with bar/ball and overdentures are implant teeth options whereby the overdenture may be removed and cleaned.

implant-bridge-step-4Dental Implant Teeth + Dental Bridges

For dental implants teeth with dental bridges, the dental implant posts acts as new tooth roots with a fixed dental bridges over the teeth implants. With this dental implant teeth option, it is simliar to having a new set of teeth on implant posts.

all-on-4-implant-step-4All-on-4 and All-on-6

All-on-4 and All-on-6 are immediate function implant tooth options simliar to having fixed acrylic teeth on the implant posts. All-on-4 and all-on-6 dental implants are good implant tooth options for cases with boneloss and does not opt for bonegrafting as well as having a new set of teeth for overseas cases within just one trip.

zygoma-implant-step-3Zygoma Implants

Zygoma dental implants are done only for the upper jaw and suited for cases with little or no bone support. Zygoma dental implant are very long titanium implants posts placed up into the zygoma area (or cheek bone area) where there is bone support in allowing a new set of teeth to be built on the dental implant posts.

Dental Implants Procedure for Full Arch Dental Implant Teeth

There are 2 types of conventional implant options for full arch dental implant teeth:

  • Dental implant with overdenture
  • Dental implant with dental bridges

For conventional full arch dental implants procedure, the treatment is done over 2 to 3 trips depending on the bone condition. If there is moderate to severe bone loss, than bone grafts may be recommended. Conventional full arch dental implants procedure are established tried and tested methods with long historical success cases reports and statistics.   There are 2 types of immediate function implant options for full arch dental implants:

  • All-on-4 and All-on-6
  • zygoma implants (upper jaw only)

Immediate function full arch implants are graftless solutions suited for cases with little bone support on posterior area as well as having a new set of teeth done within one trip.

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