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Full arch dental implants are the best options if you need to have a row of teeth or all of your teeth replaced. When removable dentures are no longer enough for your missing teeth problem, then a long-term replacement is more appropriate.

Full arch dental implants can replace your missing tooth or an entire row. A fixed bridge, on the other hand, will replace the whole row of missing teeth in your mouth. The dentist may also put four to six implants to fix your dental problem.

How to Determine If Implants Are for You

Your dentist can determine if your teeth conditions require dental implants. Having missing teeth does not necessarily mean you should have dental implants. Having dental implants involves specific procedures that may be too risky for your particular condition. You should consult your dentist to learn if your overall health can handle the process.

You should also determine if you could afford the cost. Moreover, your gums must be in good health, and you must have a considerably good general health to be suitable for dental implants. Implants are usually positioned at a 45-degree angle in your jaw. This means you can still have full arch implants if you were not considered for standard implants in the past.

Dental Implant Procedure

Unlike the usual implant treatment, full-arch implants do not take a few months to complete. The procedure only takes a couple of visits to the dentist. The dentist will check your jaw condition though x-rays. That will help him or her determine which part of your jaw the implants will be placed. If the dentist sees that you still have teeth in the arch, he or she will extract them.

After that, your mouth needs to heal before the dentist puts the implants. The dentist will administer local anesthesia when putting the dental implant in your mouth. If you are not a big fan of dental procedures, you can ask the dentist for other sedation alternatives to make you calmer. If you are through with these previous steps, the dentist will surgically place the dental implants. The dentist will put two implants in the front of your mouth and two more at the back.

Your mouth will be cleaned and disinfected after this procedure. The dentist will then take impressions of your teeth, which will then be used to create the custom dental bridge that is suitable for your mouth. These artificial teeth will look natural for your mouth. Then, the custom bridge will be placed on top of the implants.

Risks and How to Avoid Them

You may experience bleeding, swelling, and pain in your mouth after having dental implants. These risks are real, which is why your dentist will see to it that you understand what it takes to have dental implants before starting the procedure. Your dentist will suggest that you eat soft food to help your mouth heal better. Eventually, your mouth will heal after several weeks.

Conclusion

There are other options, aside from dental implants. One of the alternatives is to replace all your teeth with dentures. However, dentures do not support the jaw, and they will require you to have a significant change in your diet.

If you’re looking to get dental implants in Ann Arbor, get in touch with us to see how we can help.

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