When people have a full arch of missing teeth, they will want to get those teeth replaced with a restorative tooth replacement option. Luckily, when people go to a skilled and trained periodontists office, their full arch of missing teeth can be replaced with full mouth dental implants in Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Through the use of the latest techniques and technologies, full mouth dental implants can be accurately placed by a trained periodontist. Here is more information on how full mouth dental implants can be expertly placed.
How Your Full Mouth Dental Implants In Bloomfield Hills, MI, Are Placed
There are numerous steps taken in order to precisely place full mouth dental implants in a patient’s mouth. Full mouth dental implants are designed to completely replace a patient’s full arch of teeth, by the periodontist securing a life-like restoration to four or more dental implant posts that have been strategically placed in the patient’s jawbone.
Because the restoration is stabilized and fixed in the patient’s jawbone, it will not move and can handle normal biting and chewing forces. Here are the specific ways full mouth dental implants can be predictably placed.
In order for people to get the exact new smile of their dreams, their full mouth dental implant procedure process will begin with a consultation. The consultation is performed so that the periodontist can learn the patient’s oral history and so that their full mouth dental implant procedure can be custom designed to fit their specific smile.
Sedation dentistry is used in full mouth dental implant procedures so that patients have a comfortable and anxiety-free procedure experience.
In order to get full mouth dental implants strategically and comfortably placed, the periodontist will take three-dimensional CBCT scans of the patient’s mouth. These scans will be uploaded into advanced software to produce a personalized surgical treatment plan. The plan will outline exactly how many dental implants will be needed for the patient’s full mouth dental implant surgery, as well as how the dental implants will be angled and placed in the patient’s jawbone.
The full mouth dental implant procedure process is very reliable and predictable thanks to the high-tech tools, equipment, and protocols used in order to place them. With advanced technologies, patients can have a quality full mouth dental implant procedure process.
The Temporary and Final Prosthesis:
Once the dental implants are securely placed in the jawbone, most patients will be able to get a temporary prosthesis placed. With the temporary prosthesis, the patient will have a new smile in one day that allows them to eat, speak, and smile properly.
Once the patient’s mouth has healed, the temporary prosthesis can be replaced with a final prosthesis. The color, shape, and size of the final prosthesis is custom designed to fit each patient’s specific smile needs and wants.
Learn More About How We Can Accurately Place Your Full Mouth Dental Implants
Interested in learning more about how our state-of-the-art office can place your full mouth dental implants? You should come to our exceptional office. Get in contact with Dr. Lauren Anderson and our exceptional team at our Anderson Periodontal Wellness office to schedule an appointment today!