Full Mouth Dental Implants - Philadelphia, PA
Full Mouth Dental Implants
Will Transform Your Life
Reclaim Your Smile Function and Confidence
A healthy smile communicates joy and positivity, inspires confidence in the people you meet, and helps you make a great first impression. But if you have multiple missing teeth, this can make you feel too embarrassed to smile or interact with others and cause a hit to your self-esteem. Furthermore, tooth loss can lead to declining oral health and function, increase the risk of gum disease and decay in adjacent teeth and limit the foods you eat. Full-mouth dental implants in Philadelphia, PA are a life-changing tooth replacement solution for the upper arch, lower arch, or both. At Center One Dental Associates, we’ve seen firsthand how full-arch dental implants transform our patients’ smiles and lives and think everyone struggling with failing or missing teeth deserves these amazing benefits. Our experienced and caring implant dentist Dr. William Kessler and the entire team find it heartwarming to see patients experience the positive aesthetic, functional, and emotional changes a renewed smile brings!
Dr. Kessler Talks About A Durable and Reliable Solution To Missing Teeth!
Flexible and Streamlined Full Arch Options
If you’re struggling with tooth loss, full-mouth dental implants offer unsurpassed longevity, functional benefits, and a natural appearance. At our patient-centered practice, we offer All-on-4, a streamlined and cost-efficient full arch dental implant protocol that provides fixed replacement teeth on the same day as surgery. With All-on-4 to 6, the strength and stability of natural teeth are replicated by surgically implanting a minimum of four dental implants per arch into the jawbone. All-on-4 full-mouth dental implants maximize the use of available bone, so even patients with insufficient jawbone density are good candidates for this “teeth in a day” procedure. The two posteriors (back) implants are tilted at a 45-degree angle, enhancing bone-to-implant contact and optimizing bone support. This protocol offers exceptional flexibility because it can be modified with All-on-6 or All-on-X dental implants in patients who require more than four implants per arch.
Innovative Implant-Supported Denture Solutions
Thanks to advances in dental technology, today’s removable and fixed hybrid dentures are far better options for restoring smile aesthetics than conventional dentures. Zest Dental Solutions All-in-One Implant Systems offer a less invasive and expensive solution for getting permanent teeth than full-mouth dental implants while eliminating the many downsides of conventional dentures. This type of hybrid denture enables patients to easily transition between removable and fixed solutions without changing the abutments. The benefits of this innovative protocol include reduced chair time and procedural costs, decreased bone reduction and associated pain, shorter recall/hygiene appointments, and less costly repair should a complication arise with one of the implants.
Last 5+ years
May require adhesives
Allow bone recession
Limit food choices
Implant Supported Dentures
Removable or fixed
Last 10+ years
Secured by 2+ implants
Limit bone recession
Expand food choices
Full Mouth Dental Implants
Fixed for lasting support
Last decades to a lifetime
Secured by 4+ implants
Prevent bone recession
No dietary limitations
Experience a Life-Changing Smile
At Center One Dental Associates, we don’t want to see anyone suffer another day with the negative consequences of missing teeth. If you’re experiencing the many side effects of missing teeth and looking for a permanent solution, you may be a perfect candidate for full-mouth dental implants in Philadelphia, PA. We’re at the forefront of advances in dental care and successfully combine the art and science of implant dentistry to provide patients with outstanding treatment outcomes. Unlike some corporate implant centers, we never follow a cookie-cutter approach and every aspect of the process is personalized to meet your unique needs.
Step One: Consultation and Planning
At your first visit, Dr. Kessler will review your medical and dental history, thoroughly assess your oral health, ask about your smile goals and discuss different options for restoring your smile. It’s essential that any remaining teeth are healthy and bone is sufficient to support implants. Based on a comprehensive analysis including advanced diagnostic imaging, he’ll let you know if preliminary procedures are required. This could include tooth extraction, bone grafting, or gum disease treatment.
Step Two: Guided Implant Surgery
Every step of dental implant surgery involves computer-aided technology. We create our guides with a Sprintray 3D printer using BlueSky Plan software and also use Chrome™ GuidedSMILE to create digitally designed surgical guides for more complex cases. Guided implant surgery takes the guesswork out of surgery—from preplanning to placement. Pre-positioned holes in the guide provide the most optimal sites for placing the biocompatible dental implants in your jaw.
Step Three: Healing and Final Restoration
During the healing phase which takes three to six months, the dental implants integrate with your jawbone in a process called osseointegration. After the fuse, implants act like natural tooth roots, providing solid support for implant-supported dentures or full-arch dental implants. You’ll be amazed by the results, including renewed oral function, a beautiful appearance, improved speech, and a huge boost to your self-esteem!
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Dental Implants are an Investment in a Forever Smile
At Center One Dental Associates, we’re committed to delivering cost-effective full arch dental implants in Philadelphia, PA to meet your smile needs and budget. To help you afford transformative full-mouth dental implants, we accept many dental insurance plans and partner with third-party financing companies to make treatment even more affordable. In addition, we offer a five-year warranty on your final prosthesis, as long as you follow routine care recommendations.
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