Sometimes, due to disease or bone atrophy, multiple or even all teeth in the mouth need to be removed and replaced. When this is the case, a full-arch restoration can be used to replace an entire row of teeth at one time. Similar to a single dental implant, a full-arch restoration can provide you with long-lasting, natural-looking results that will keep you smiling for years to come with proper oral care, such as regular brushing and flossing. This procedure can be done using as few as four dental implant posts to attach a full row of teeth.
If you need to replace an entire arch of teeth, you may be interested in learning more about a full-arch restoration. A full-arch restoration is an exciting treatment that utilizes as few as four to six dental implants for fully functional and natural-looking new teeth. We find that many of our patients are good candidates for a full-arch restoration even if they have bone loss and are not ideal candidates for dental implants. Like individual dental implants, a full arch restoration can prevent bone loss and other oral health problems but is more cost-effective and requires less surgery than individual implants. Our patients that choose a full-arch restoration can enjoy a new arch of teeth that is permanent and secure. During your consultation with Drs. Lampert, Abrahams, and Pirozzi, you and your doctor will decide if this is the optimal treatment option for you based on your individual condition.