Full Mouth Dental Implants
WHAT IS FULL ORAL DENTAL IMPLANT?
Full mouth dental implants are used to treat people who have lost most of their teeth. They consist of a series of external teeth that support them, except for dental implants placed in the jawbone. There are two common types of these implants used. One of them is implant supported dental bridges and the other is implant supported full dentures. Both types of treatment are fixed or removable.
ADVANTAGES OF FULL ORAL DENTAL IMPLANT:
Full mouth dental implants help correct your smile and solve problems with speaking and chewing due to missing teeth. One of the best treatment options recommended in cases such as missing natural teeth is full mouth dental implants. Full mouth dental implants are designed to replace all or most of the teeth lost due to decay and damage. Implants are designed to be long-lasting, except that they look like your natural teeth and function exactly the same. One of the biggest advantages of full mouth dental implants is that they do not require the time-consuming maintenance that traditional dentures do, which need to be removed after meals and soaked overnight. The daily care routines applied to natural teeth and the care of full mouth dental implants are the same.
HOW MANY IMPLANTS CAN BE DONE IN FULL ORAL DENTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT?
First of all, all conditions must be suitable for a successful operation. The number of implants to be applied is one of the important factors in determining the prosthesis type of the patient. Two to four implants are used in patients who want a removable implant with snap-on prosthesis. At least 6 to 8 implants are applied for the bridge in completely edentulous jaws. These figures may vary for each patient. You can contact our Dental Implant Antalia dental health center for detailed information about the treatment method in complete edentulism and all oral implants.