A natural tooth consists of a root, which is below the gum line, surrounded by bone. The root supports the crown, the part of the tooth above the gum line, which is the part visible in your mouth. With a full arch dental implant, the implants are surgically placed into the bone so that a prosthetic crown and bridge (the visible part of the tooth) can be firmly attached to it.
Using state-of-the-art technology, the crowns and bridges are made to fit the exact opening in your smile. Since the bridge and crowns are shaped perfectly to fit the space in your mouth, your smile may be EVEN more beautiful than the one made by nature.
Is a Full Arch Dental Implant Right for You?
If you are missing some or all of your teeth, you should think about an implant supported bridge. With this procedure, the teeth look like your own teeth rising out of the gums – the end result is an incredibly natural smile.
Because dental implants replace the root of the tooth, the jawbone is preserved and bone loss is prevented. When the jawbone is preserved, both the gum and bone are preserved and this prevents the unattractive ‘sagging’ smile. That should make you smile a lot more often!
Benefits of a Full Arch Dental Implant Right for You
There are many reasons to get a dental implant, including:
- You will look and feel younger, healthier and more confident.
- The implants, implant crowns, and connected teeth are more natural looking and more aesthetic than other more out-dated choices.
- Your overall health is improved as well as you can eat anything with ease. No more choosing your food being wary of not being able to chew, or because of the problems and/or discomforts of a bridge.
- Multiple implants may even lead to more comfort, as they will eliminate loose fitting dentures.