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Full Mouth Dental Implants in Denver, CO

Whether you have lost most or all of your teeth in the upper or lower jaw, full mouth dental implants offer a transformative opportunity. Full-mouth dental implants aim to provide you with a permanent and reliable solution that goes beyond just aesthetics. By providing you with enhanced oral function, restored facial structure, and long-term oral health, these procedures can help you regain your confidence and enjoy a lifetime of improved oral well-being.eo.

What are Full Dental Implants?

Full mouth dental implants, also known as full arch dental implants, are a comprehensive solution for individuals who have lost or are missing all of their teeth in either the upper or lower jaw. This advanced dental procedure involves replacing all the teeth with dental implants to restore the function and aesthetics of the entire mouth.

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Types of Full Mouth Dental Implants

All-On-4

All-on-4 dental implants are a popular option for full mouth dental implants. It involves placing four dental implants in the jawbone, which serve as anchors to support a full arch of teeth. This method provides stability and enables patients to enjoy their new set of teeth immediately after the procedure.

All-On-3

Similar to All-On-4 dental implants, Trefoil All-On-3 dental implants involve placing three dental implants into the jawbone to support a full arch of natural looking teeth. The All-On-3 method is best for patients with limited bone density, but are still looking for excellent stability and functionality.

Metal-Free

Metal-free dental implants utilize ceramic or ceramic instead of titanium. These implants offer an aesthetic advantage as they closely resemble natural teeth in color and translucency. They are also biocompatible and provide a durable solution for those seeking a metal-free option.

Implant-Supported Bridge

Implant-supported bridges are another option for full dental implants. This method involves placing multiple dental implants in the jawbone and attaching a custom-made bridge to restore an entire arch of missing teeth. This option provides a secure and comfortable solution for patients.

Dental Implant vs Root Canal

The failure rates of root canal-treated teeth initially can be as high as 50%.  If you compare this to a dental implant placed at one of our four Colorado locations you have a 48.2% higher likelihood of initial (immediate) failure of a root canal than a dental implant.  Once a root canal fails it must be extracted and replaced with a dental implant or a fixed traditional dental bridge.  Single dental implants or multiple dental implants provide lifetime solutions in most cases.  This allows Mile High Dental & Implant Center’s dental implant patients to pay for just one procedure rather than a root canal procedure and then the dental implant procedure (s).

Traditional fixed dental bridges require the infected tooth or teeth to be removed.  Once this is completed the teeth on either side of the dental extraction areas are ground down. Once this is completed a bridge of teeth is fused together.  This puts stress on the dental bridge abutment teeth.  This adds 1.5 to 2 times the stress of chewing and biting on these teeth.  An average lifespan of a traditional dental bridge lasts 8 to 10 years.  Once the dental bridge fails, a single tooth replacement turns into replacing two or more teeth.  Having a single dental implant or multiple dental implants allows our team to replace missing or failing teeth at one time.

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Dental Bridge vs Implants

The failure rates of root canal-treated teeth initially can be as high as 50%.  If you compare this to a dental implant placed at one of our four Colorado locations you have a 48.2% higher likelihood of initial (immediate) failure of a root canal than a dental implant.  Once a root canal fails it must be extracted and replaced with a dental implant or a fixed traditional dental bridge.  Single dental implants or multiple dental implants provide lifetime solutions in most cases.  This allows Mile High Dental & Implant Center’s dental implant patients to pay for just one procedure rather than a root canal procedure and then the dental implant procedure (s).

Traditional fixed dental bridges require the infected tooth or teeth to be removed.  Once this is completed the teeth on either side of the dental extraction areas are ground down. Once this is completed a bridge of teeth is fused together.  This puts stress on the dental bridge abutment teeth.  This adds 1.5 to 2 times the stress of chewing and biting on these teeth.  An average lifespan of a traditional dental bridge lasts 8 to 10 years.  Once the dental bridge fails, a single tooth replacement turns into replacing two or more teeth.  Having a single dental implant or multiple dental implants allows our team to replace missing or failing teeth at one time.

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Full Mouth Dental Implants Procedure

The full mouth dental implants procedure typically begins with a comprehensive examination and consultation with an experienced dental professional. During this stage, the dentist will assess the patient’s oral health, review medical history, and take dental impressions and x-rays to plan the implant placement.

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The full mouth dental implants procedure typically begins with a comprehensive examination and consultation with an experienced dental professional. During this stage, the dentist will assess the patient’s oral health, review medical history, and take dental impressions and x-rays to plan the implant placement.

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The next step involves the surgical placement of dental implants into the jawbone. The number of implants required may vary based on the chosen technique and the patient’s individual needs. Following the implant placement, a temporary prosthesis may be attached to the implants to facilitate healing and ensure the patient’s comfort.

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Once the implants have integrated with the bone over a period of several months, the final step involves attaching the permanent custom-made prosthesis. This prosthetic solution is carefully crafted to match the natural shape, size, and color of the patient’s teeth, resulting in a beautiful and functional smile.

Benefits of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full mouth dental implants offer numerous benefits for individuals seeking a complete teeth replacement solution. These include:

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Full Dental Implants by Mile High Implant Centers

If you’re looking to get exceptional full mouth dental implants in Denver or Colorado Springs, contact us today! At Mile High Dental Centers, patients can expect state-of-the-art facilities, advanced dental technology, and a compassionate approach to ensure a comfortable and stress-free experience. With expertise in full mouth dental implants, we can help you achieve a fully restored smile and regain their oral function and confidence.

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