What are Dental Arch Implants in California?


If you are missing a number of teeth and are tired of the embarrassment, dental arch implants in California are a great way to restore the function and beauty of your smile. Read on to find out if they might be right for your smile.

The Procedure for Inserting Dental Arch Implants

Prior to surgery, a custom treatment plan will be created to ensure the best possible results. First, photos and digital x-rays will be taken to create a 3-D digital model of your mouth. Using his computer-guided implants system, a personalized surgical template will be created and the proper implant placement will be determined.

On the day of your procedure, you will be given local anesthesia and in most cases, sedation. Using your surgical guide, the four or more implant posts will be placed in your jaw. Often, they will be inserted at a slight angle to minimize the impact on your surrounding bone tissue.

Once in position, one of two things will happen. You will either receive an immediate full arch dental implant restoration with permanent teeth or you will need to wait four to six months before you can receive your permanent restoration. If you are required to delay the restoration due to healing time requirements, you will continue to wear your removable denture during this time.

The Healing Process Following Placement of Dental Arch Implants in California

After the healing process is complete, you will return to receive your implant-retained dentures. Implant-retained dentures can be permanent or removable – you and your dentist will need to decide which is better for you. If an immediate implant-retained denture is fabricated the day of implant placement, it will most likely need to be repaired or replaced after the gums are healed in order to maximize the fit and comfort of your implant retained denture. Dental arch implants can be placed on both your upper and lower jaw, making this treatment incredibly versatile.

In some cases, it may also be possible to perform immediate implant placement. With this treatment, you can have cracked, broken or decayed teeth removed and leave the office with restored dental function after just one visit.

What are the advantages of Dental Arch Implants in California?

If you are considering your tooth replacement options, there are a number of reasons to consider full arch implants.

Aesthetics: Your restoration will be crafted to match your facial structure, and it will sit directly on your gum line so it will be virtually identical to natural teeth.

Stability: Because your implants will be permanently affixed to your jawbone, they will never slip out of place so you don’t have to worry about embarrassing slippage or a restricted diet.

Oral health: Dental implants are the only type of restoration that can prevent jawbone atrophy, the loss of jaw bone tissue that occurs in the absence of tooth roots.

Durability: With proper care, dental implants could last the rest of your life. Because your jawbone will remain stable, you will not have to receive adjustments to your restoration.

Are You a Candidate for Dental Arch Implants in California?

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, full arch implants may be right for you. They can also be a great solution if you have extensive dental damage that requires full mouth extraction. You may also choose full arch implants if you currently wear a removable denture, and are looking for a more lifelike, durable, and comfortable alternative.

We believe all our patients deserve to be proud of their smile. If you are considering dental arch implants in California or need other dental treatments call our office today to schedule an appointment.

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Rosha H. Jones

Rosha H. Jones was born in new york city, Studied at Columbia University. Currently working as owner at Summertimemedia.com He helps readers learn the business & technology, hone their skills, and find their unique voice so they can stand out from the crowd.

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