All you need to know about Full Mouth Implants
Full mouth implants Benefits
- Improved oral health: Full mouth implants can help preserve the jawbone by providing a stable base for artificial teeth. This can prevent bone loss and gum recession that can occur with missing teeth.
- Better function: With full mouth implants, you can eat and speak more comfortably and effectively, as the implants provide a stable base for your artificial teeth.
- Enhanced appearance: Full mouth implants can be designed to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth, resulting in a natural-looking smile that can boost your confidence and self-esteem.
- Long-lasting results: Full mouth implants are a durable and cost-effective solution for missing teeth
Full mouth implants Procedure
- Consultation and Planning: The first step is a consultation with our dentist at Advanced Dental Clinic Delhi. We may take X-rays, CT scans, or 3D images of your mouth to determine the best placement for the implants.
- Implant Placement: The dental professional will surgically place the dental implants into the jawbone using a small drill. Typically, local anesthesia will be used to keep you comfortable during the procedure.
- Healing and Osseointegration: After implant placement, the jawbone will integrate with the implants through a process known as osseointegration.
- Abutment Placement: Once the implants have fused with the jawbone, abutments are attached to the implants to connect the artificial teeth to the implants.
Various types of Implants available at Advanced Dental Clinic Delhi
This system is designed for patients who have lost most or all of their teeth but still have a sufficient amount of healthy jawbone to support dental implants. The prosthetic teeth are attached to the implants, providing a secure and stable fit.
This system is similar to All-on-4 but uses six dental implants per arch for increased support and stability. The All-on-6 system is recommended for patients with more advanced tooth loss or jawbone deterioration.
This system uses a series of dental implants to anchor a removable denture in place. Implant-supported dentures are more stable and secure than traditional dentures, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile confidently. The number of implants required will depend on the patient’s needs and jawbone availability.
They, also known as bicortical or cortical, differ from traditional dental implants in how they are anchored into the jawbone. Unlike traditional dental implants anchored into the trabecular bone (the spongy interior of the jawbone), basal implants are anchored into the cortical bone (the dense outer layer of the jawbone). This makes them a suitable option for patients who have experienced bone loss or have limited bone volume in their jaw.
They are dental implants anchored in the zygomatic bone, also known as the cheekbone. They are used when there is insufficient bone in the upper jaw to support the implant. In some cases, patients with significant bone loss in the upper jaw may not be able to receive traditional dental implants because there is not enough bone available for anchoring the implant. In such cases, zygomatic implants are used because bone loss typically does not affect the zygomatic bone.