Are you reluctant to smile and laugh, even when you really want to? How long has it been since you’ve eaten your favorite foods? Have you gotten used to living with the pain of missing or failing teeth? With full mouth dental implants in Port Orange, FL, also called full arch dental implants, you can restore your teeth for decades or even a lifetime. In many cases, full mouth dental implants are the most effective way to improve your oral health, function and confidence.
At White Wolf Dental, we offer three solutions that can replace a full arch of teeth: dentures, implant supported dentures, and full mouth dental implants. While dentures may seem like the most cost-effective option, they can lead to long-term problems such as jawbone loss and they need regular replacement and relining. Implant supported dentures combine the versatility of removable dentures with the stability of dental implants. And finally, full mouth dental implants are the “gold standard” tooth replacement option. They can permanently replace a full arch of teeth.
Our cosmetic and implant dentists in Port Orange, FL have extensive experience in the art and science of placing full arch dental implants. Contact us today to learn more about how full mouth dental implants can improve your health and your quality of life.
At your consultation for full arch dental implants, you’ll meet with one of our restoration dentists. We’ll take detailed digital scans of your mouth and jaw to determine whether you’re a candidate, and to help guide dental implant placement.
On your surgery day, you’ll check in with our desk staff. If you’d like to be sedated for the procedure, we provide multiple sedation dentistry options for your maximum comfort. Most of the time, we can place a temporary set of lifelike restorations during your surgery, giving you a complete smile in just a few hours!
In the months after your full arch dental implant surgery, the implant posts will fuse with your jawbone in a process called osseointegration. Once this process has begun and the swelling has gone down (usually three months or more after your surgery), you’ll come back to us to receive your final restorations. No matter which restoration option you choose, you know we’ll customize your full mouth dental implants for your smile, and yours alone.
While it’s true that dental implants come at a higher initial cost than dentures, we cannot overstate the benefits they bring to your oral and systemic health, not to mention the quality of your life. That’s why we do everything we can to help keep the cost of your dental implants low. From providing in-house discounts and working with your dental insurance for reimbursement to partnering with third-party dental financing companies, your dental implants may be more affordable than you think!
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