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Full Mouth Dental Implants

Tooth loss is common in adults, and there are options created to fix the problem. Most people prefer to opt for full-mouth dental implants rather than live with the discomfort of dentures.

Do you belong to the category of people who have given up on the condition of their remaining natural teeth and want to replace them all? Or you’re wearing dentures on your upper and lower jaw and now wish to substitute them?

Full mouth dental implants are a great option. It fixes your teeth and gives you a natural look.

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What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?

Full mouth dental implants consist of several implants made to the jaw bone. They replace all the missing teeth in your upper and lower jaw on either four or six dental implants depending on your jaw bones’ texture.

 

A full set of dental implants are rooted to the jaw bone, and only the dentist can remove them. The procedure provides you with an opportunity to speak and eat with comfort. It also improves your smile.

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Replacement for several damaged or missing teeth

Although there are several options for how you can restore multiple missing or damaged teeth, thanks to the advancements in dental technology, teeth implants Perth are widely considered as the best solution for the restoration of any number of damaged or missing teeth. Not only do dental implants have the cosmetic benefit of having a natural look, they also are much more durable and comfortable than any other form of restorative dentistry.

Full Mouth Dental Implant Options

Different options are available for replacing many or all missing teeth. The options include all-on-4 implants and same-day dental implants.


  • All On 4 Implants

    The all-on-4 implants offer you an apt way to replace your missing or damaged teeth. There’s no need to have a separate implant for each missing tooth. Instead, the dentist uses four implants to replace a full arch of teeth in all mouth parts. All on 4 requires several appointments to get the work done. The first appointment is to place the implant and the temporary teeth. There will be other appointments within the three to six healing period. The last is to fix the final full denture.
Different options are available for replacing many or all missing teeth. The options include all-on-4 implants and same-day dental implants.
  • All On 4 Implants

    The all-on-4 implants offer you an apt way to replace your missing or damaged teeth. There’s no need to have a separate implant for each missing tooth. Instead, the dentist uses four implants to replace a full arch of teeth in all mouth parts. All on 4 requires several appointments to get the work done. The first appointment is to place the implant and the temporary teeth. There will be other appointments within the three to six healing period. The last is to fix the final full denture.
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  • Same Day Full-Mouth Dental Implants

    Just as the name applies, the same-day full mouth dental implant occurs in a day. Unlike traditional implants, where you wait months for your jaw to heal before the final dentures get placed, you do not need to wait months to get the work done. With the same-day full mouth dental implants, you receive a new set of dental implants in one day. Not everyone can be a candidate for the same-day full-mouth dental implant. The implant dentist places the temporary crown the same day you have your dental implant surgically placed into your jaw.
  • Other Options

    You have a full mouth dental implant procedure called full mouth crown and bridge implants. This implant requires six to eight implants for the upper jaw and six to eight for the lower jaw. However, this procedure can take a year. There are also removable dental implants. This type of implant requires about two to four dental implants in the upper jaw and the same in the lower jaw. There are also Zirconia bridges and the all-on-6 implants.
  • Same Day Full-Mouth Dental Implants

    Just as the name applies, the same-day full mouth dental implant occurs in a day. Unlike traditional implants, where you wait months for your jaw to heal before the final dentures get placed, you do not need to wait months to get the work done. With the same-day full mouth dental implants, you receive a new set of dental implants in one day. Not everyone can be a candidate for the same-day full-mouth dental implant. The implant dentist places the temporary crown the same day you have your dental implant surgically placed into your jaw.
  • Other Options

    You have a full mouth dental implant procedure called full mouth crown and bridge implants. This implant requires six to eight implants for the upper jaw and six to eight for the lower jaw. However, this procedure can take a year. There are also removable dental implants. This type of implant requires about two to four dental implants in the upper jaw and the same in the lower jaw. There are also Zirconia bridges and the all-on-6 implants.

Affordable Several Teeth Implants in Perth

Teeth implants are the best choice for restorative dentistry

We take pride in providing high quality dental implant treatment in Perth at affordable prices in comparison to the average within Australia. Our convenient financing options will help you cover the costs of teeth implants Brisbane. To find out more visit our pricing page and our finance page or contact us directly.

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Full Mouth Dental Implant Process

  • Personalized Consultation & Treatment Planning

    The first thing to do is to consult your doctor or an implant dentist to check your suitability for the dental implant treatment. Depending on your health condition, they will determine your best option. If needed, the doctor will use bone grafting to prepare the jaws for the implants. As you heal from the bone graft surgery, your doctor places the implants in your jaw.
  • Personalized Consultation & Treatment Planning

    The first thing to do is to consult your doctor or an implant dentist to check your suitability for the dental implant treatment. Depending on your health condition, they will determine your best option. If needed, the doctor will use bone grafting to prepare the jaws for the implants. As you heal from the bone graft surgery, your doctor places the implants in your jaw.
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  • Placing Dental Implant

    Dental implants are tiny titanium screws designed to fit inside your jawbone and replace a lost tooth’s root. After confirming that you are suitable for the implant procedure, the dentist can fix the date. The implant is placed directly into the jaw on the day of your surgery.
    Then it is fused with bone during the next two to six months to create strong anchors for the artificial teeth. A temporary crown is worn on top of the implant while it heals and fuses to the bone. The dentist can give you an anaesthetic throughout the procedure.

  • Final Restorations & Maintaining

    In the last step of the process, full bridges or dentures are attached to the implants. Immediately after your implant surgery, avoid hard foods and go with soft foods. To maintain your dental implants, you need to adopt good oral hygiene. Good oral hygiene involves caring for your mouth and gums, flossing, and brushing regularly. Also, avoid smoking; smoking can trigger problems with your implants.

Dental Implant Procedure

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Consultation + X-Ray + Treatment Plan
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Bone grafting if needed
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Implant Placement

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Implant integration

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Prosthetics

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We examine your medical history, have you undertake a physical examination and take x-rays. At this stage, we’ll be able to determine whether you have sufficient jawbone to support a dental implant. This is where you can ask questions and have a clear understanding of the next course of action.

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the first phase

The first phase of the tooth implant procedure is the implant placement which usually takes just 1 visit. Inserting the dental implant is a standard surgical procedure. You can choose a local anaesthetic or to be put asleep (sleep dentistry).

After the dental implant is in place, you will need to allow time for new bone to grow around the implant. You can be provided with a temporary denture which you will be able to wear after implant placement. You will need to follow a soft diet for at least 2 weeks.

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the second phase

Before the implants are put in, each point of insertion will be marked on the surface of the bone. Then the dental surgeon drills pilot holes in the implants at exact angles to give them the most stability and strength while preventing sinus or nerve cavities. When the dental implants are in place and properly secured to the right torque, the dentist will replace the gums tissues around the implants and close all the cuts.

At this point, the abutments holding the replacement tooth prosthesis get attached to the implant’s ends.
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the third phase

In the section where the abutments meet, the dentist will mark, drill, and test the temporary prosthesis to ensure a secure fit. After the dentist has prepared the temporary prosthesis, mechanical fasteners will be used to secure it in place.

The temporary prosthesis’s holes are then filled, sealed, and ready, while the dentist checks and confirms the bite pattern. This is when the dentist corrects any errors to ensure proper upper or lower jaw occlusion. Now the recovery process begins.

Replace Any Number of Teeth

Teeth implants can also be used to restore any number of teeth.

You can restore just a single tooth, multiple teeth or restore all of your teeth using the All on 4 and Full Mouth Restoration treatment methods. Our dentists are experienced in providing these treatments and will help you find the best solution for your own needs.

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For one missing or damaged tooth. A single dental implant is inserted into the jawbone and one tooth crown is fixed to the implant to restore one missing tooth.

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One option for full mouth restoration at our clinic is ‘Implant Supported Dentures; where dental implants placed, that are used to support a full set of teeth on a bridge.

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or all on 4 implants

Another option for full mouth restoration at our clinic is ‘All on 4 implants’; which means 4 dental implants supporting a full set of removable or fixed dentures.

Repayment Estimate

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Loan Term (Months)

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What Can I Expect From a Full Mouth Treatment?

A full mouth treatment is a fusion of several procedures essential to dental health. People with multiple missing teeth, cracked teeth, failed fillings and many more issues require full mouth treatment. Your dentist first examines your teeth’ aesthetics and takes down all the necessary information about your mouth.

 

Your dentist creates a treatment plan from the insight and shares it with you. Remember, no two mouths are the same, so ensure you ask about all options available. Ask questions each step to ensure you understand what to expect from the process.

 

Your full mouth treatment may include conventional treatment such as bone grafts, dental implants, teeth filling, restoration, and many others. Know that your dental treatment plan is subject to change, pending how you respond to each stage of treatment. Above all, remain positive and flexible about your treatment.

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Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants

The cost of full mouth implants varies depending on the implants you want, especially as there are various dental implants.

Average Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants

The average cost of full mouth dental implants in Australia is from $19,000 to $35,000 per jaw. Also, dental implant surgeries are not covered by Medicare dental insurance.

Full Mouth Dental Implants vs. Dentures Cost

The full mouth dental implants are great oral health investments that cost a lot of money. A full mouth dental implant costs from $19,000. Nonetheless, the cost of your implant is dependent on some factors. These factors include the number of implants you need, the type of implant, and its complexity.

Dentures are cheaper than dental implants. The cost of dentures varies based on the case complexity, the number of missing teeth, materials used in making the denture, and the design and technique of the dentures. A full upper and lower denture can cost from $3,000 to over $6,000. However, dentures are inferior when compared to dental implants.

Pros and Cons of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full-mouth implants have their benefits. However, as there are many advantages, there are disadvantages.

 

Pros of Full Mouth Dental Implants

  • Preservation of your bone structure
  • Although they are false teeth, full mouth dental implants look and feel natural.
  • They are more durable than regular implants. This factor makes them more suitable for people with parafunctional habits such as bruxism or clenching of teeth.Full-mouth dental implants are ideal for people with multiple missing teeth.
  • Unlike dentures that need removal and cleaning, full-mouth dental implants do not need that.
  • Dental implants are permanently fixed into the jawbone, so you don’t have t worry about it shifting unexpectedly. You can also talk and eat with comfort.
  • Properly installed dental implants will give you a brand new smile.

 

Cons of Full Mouth Dental Implants

  • The full mouth dental implant requires surgery, and like every other surgery, risks are involved.
  • They are an expensive dental procedure.
  • The process takes a lot of time. The waiting period is around 2-6 months.
  • The procedure may not be suitable for everyone.
  • The all-on-4 requires multiple appointments.

Conclusion

Full-mouth dental implants can replace missing teeth with a full set of teeth. Before you go in for implant surgery, ensure you consult an experienced dental implant centre, like My Implant Dentist, with an experienced dentist to check your eligibility status. Feel free to contact us or schedule an appointment for a free consultation session with any of our highly-experienced dentists

FAQs

Yes, you can get dental implants for your whole mouth. If you’re missing all your teeth, a full mouth dental implant can give you a full set of new teeth.
There are usually 4-8 implants per arch in full-mouth dental implants.
Yes, you experience mild to moderate pain after the surgery.
A full top teeth implant can cost between $25,000 – $30,000.
Full mouth dental implants have a life expectancy of 15 years.

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