Restore Missing Teeth with a Permanent, Comfortable Solution
Many patients visit our office because their multiple or full arch of missing teeth is causing them embarrassment, discomfort, and difficulty in everyday tasks like speaking and eating. Those who currently wear dentures are generally dissatisfied with the instability, goopy adhesives, slipping, and clicking. With the help of advanced technology, you no longer need to live with the complications associated with missing teeth or dentures. We offer full arch dental implants as a permanent, comfortable, and aesthetic solution to tooth loss.
Enjoy a Lifetime of Oral and Cosmetic Benefits
With full arch dental implants, you can receive an arch of new teeth that, with proper care, can last your lifetime. Because each patient is different, we provide options to benefit your unique smile needs.
Full Arch Dental Implants
Two or more dental implants are strategically placed in your jaw bone to ensure proper stability and the most beneficial results. The implants will secure and support a full-arch dental prosthesis that looks, functions, and feels like your natural teeth. Most patients are candidates for this solution, even if their tooth loss has caused jaw bone deterioration.
Implant Supported Dentures
Combining the advantages of both dentures and dental implants, implant supported dentures are a comprehensive solution to tooth loss. Between two and eight implants are placed and your current denture, or a new one, is snapped onto either a metal bar (bar-retained denture) or individual implants (ball-retained dentures). This fixed solution is much more stable and durable than traditional dentures.
State-of-the-Art Care from a Board-Certified Periodontist
When choosing the right doctor, look for a periodontist who has the advanced training and technology to give you the high-quality results you need. Our board-certified periodontist, Dr. Stephen Strout, has dedicated his career to furthering his skillset and education to bring you the most state-of-the-art care. He will incorporate proven dental technology and techniques like Cone Beam 3D CT imaging and guided implant surgery to drastically improve precision, comfort, and recovery time no matter your dental implant needs.