If you have many missing teeth, you most likely suffer from bone loss in your jaw because you don’t have tooth roots to keep the bone stimulated anymore. You may be reluctant to smile, and be limited to eating only soft foods. Before recently, dentures were the best option for replacing teeth. However, full mouth dental implants have come onto the scene, and they are by far the most effective way to replace your missing teeth.
When it comes to replacing missing or failing teeth, you have three main options: traditional dentures, implant supported dentures, and full mouth dental implants. Although dentures seem like the quick and easy fix for missing teeth, they can cause more problems than they solve in the long term. Our implant dentist in Baton Rouge, LA has more than two decades of experience with full arch dental implants, and he’s specially trained in the art of placing them.
The first step on your journey to your dream smile is a consultation at one of our convenient Baton Rouge dental offices. We’ll do cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans of your mouth and jaw to help determine your candidacy for full arch dental implants, and to help guide our implant placement.
A lot of our patients are nervous about dental implant surgery, but at Pearl Dental Group, our goal is to make the process of getting dental implants as easy as possible.
You will need to return to one of our Baton Rouge dental offices for follow-up care during your recovery period. During this time, the state-of-the-art titanium implant posts will slowly begin to fuse with your jaw in a process called osseointegration. This enables your new full mouth dental implants to sit securely and permanently in your jaw.
Three to six months after your full mouth dental implant surgery, we’ll take another set of scans of your mouth, ensuring that your All-On-4 full mouth dental implants will fit comfortably in your mouth. We mill your final set of implants from zirconium, which mimics your natural teeth in both strength and appearance.
Full mouth dental implants in Baton Rouge, LA are an investment in your long-term health and well-being. They even improve the health of your jawbone, since the posts act as artificial tooth roots. Even if you have extreme bone loss already, you may still qualify for full arch dental implants! Our advanced in-house 3D printing and milling technology reduces the cost of your implant surgery while maintaining the highest standard of quality. In addition, we work with a variety of third-party dental financing companies to help break down the cost of getting full mouth dental implants.
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