When people are missing all or most of their teeth in one or both of their arches, then they will have to live with problems like dietary restrictions, jawbone resorption, and even embarrassment. Luckily, at a high-quality periodontist’s office, people can replace those teeth with full mouth dental implants in Bloomfield Hills, MI.
By receiving full mouth dental implants, patients will have an easier time, eating, speaking, and smiling. Continue reading to learn how Full mouth dental implants will benefit a patient’s smile.
What The Benefits Of Full Mouth Dental Implants In Bloomfield Hills, MI Are
When people receive full mouth dental implants, a full mouth dental implant treatment option, then they will get a beautiful, functional, and healthy new smile. Full mouth dental implants benefit’s a patient’s smile in so many ways because it uses four or more dental implants to secure a full arch prosthesis in place.
The four to six dental implants are strategically and securely placed in areas of the patients jawbone where they have enough density to support their new smile. The color, shape, and size of the prosthesis is specifically made to give patients new natural looking teeth that will last for years to come, if they are properly taken care of. The following goes into greater detail of how full mouth dental implants benefits a patient’s smile.
Permanent Tooth Replacement Option:
Full mouth dental implants are a full arch tooth replacement option that is designed to become a permanent part of the patient’s body. Specifically, when the dental implant posts fuse with the patient’s jawbone, in a process called osseointegration, they become a permanent part of their smile. The prosthesis is securely attached to the dental implants, giving patients a long-lasting new smile.
Full mouth dental implants are made to both look and function just like natural teeth. The latest techniques and technologies are used to give patients the exact new smile that they need and deserve to live their life normally.
Maintains Jawbone Density:
With full mouth dental implants, the dental implant posts do not only become a permanent part of the patients smile, they also stimulate their jawbone. When the dental implant posts stimulate the jawbone, they keep it strong and healthy enough to support the prosthesis and the patients biting, chewing, and speaking capabilities.
By replacing a full arch, or arches, of missing or damaged teeth with full mouth dental implants, patients will feel confident in their smile again. The periodontist’s office can use typical titanium material or the more holistic zirconia (ceramic) material to transform a patient’s quality of life with full mouth dental implants. Zirconia is the preferred material the periodontist uses to restore peoples smiles with full mouth dental implants.
Learn More About Full mouth dental implants With Dr. Anderson
Dr. Lauren Anderson is both an esteemed dental implant specialist and a board-certified periodontist. She looks forward to introducing you to the tooth replacement treatment, like the restorative Full mouth dental implants procedure, that is best suited for you and your needs.