Full-arch Dental Implants
Losing teeth can be quite traumatizing for the patient. It leads to a hindered ability to bite and chew food, displeasing aesthetics of the smile, and a lack of confidence. Together, it can make the patient feel too conscious while interacting with people and attending social gatherings.
Replacing the natural teeth to perfection can only be done by an experienced dentist. Dr. Browning is one such dentist operating from the Bay Area. She has treated hundreds of patients over the past decade, during which she has helped them regain their lost smile and confidence.
How can multiple teeth be replaced?
Sometimes, a huge number of teeth may be lost due to external trauma, cavities, oral infections, etc. Having to interact with people with most of the teeth missing can be disheartening for any person as it can obviously lead to a lot of embarrassment. Hence, we suggest our patients get their teeth replaced by full-arch dental implants, which is, by far, the best option to replace several teeth.
What are full-arch dental implants?
Full-arch dental implants are replacement teeth that are mounted on just four to five dental implants. An entire ridge of teeth can be replaced in this way, which makes it one of the most effective, stable and aesthetically pleasing options available at the moment. Unlike dentures, they are firmly fixed to the jawbone.
Why should you choose full-arch dental implants?
- Losing so many teeth would leave several gaps in the jawbone where the tooth roots used to exist. This can cause jawbone deterioration and bring about a change in the shape of the jaws and face. The implants do a great job of holding the jawbone intact without allowing it to deteriorate much.
- This method of replacing multiple teeth is much better than dentures in terms of strength, stability, comfort, and aesthetics. Since the teeth are fixed to the implants, they wouldn’t loosen or slip off while talking or chewing food.
- The aesthetics of the teeth is just amazing. They are made from tooth-colored ceramic material, which makes them highly customizable.
- The life expectancy of full-arch dental implants is quite amazing. With proper care, they last for several years together.
Call us at (408) 973 9600 or schedule an online appointment with Dr. Browning for a consultation at our office in Cupertino 95014.