What Is a Full Arch Restoration?

Wondering if you are a candidate for a full arch restoration? You have two arches in your mouth, your lower arch and your upper arch. Your upper teeth and lower teeth grow out of these arches and come together in order to create your bite. It is important for you to have a correct bite so you will not experience any type of mouth or jaw issues. If you happen to be missing any teeth, then your bite is in jeopardy, which means you might experience some type of oral issue sooner or later.

Ready to find out more about your arch restoration options?

Full arch dental implants

Dental implants are commonly used as a solution for those who are in need of full arch restoration services, as they allow the wearing of implant-supported dentures. They can be used for people who are missing many or all of their teeth due to various types of tooth and/or gum damage and are therefore in need of a tooth replacement option so they can perform their everyday functions without issue. They can also be used for people who are already wearing dentures and are looking for a new denture option because their current dentures are simply not meeting their particular needs.

Who is a candidate for dental restorations?

In order for someone to be approved as a candidate for a full restoration of their mouth using dental implants, they will need to first be seen by an experienced dentist. The dentist will need to make sure there is enough jawbone to insert the dental implants into the bone successfully. The potential patient also means to be in good overall general health in order to be approved as a candidate, as inserting dental implants into someone’s jawbone is a surgical process.

Why choose dental implants for a mouth restoration?

Implant-supported dentures offer wearers many benefits, including a more natural-looking smile, the ability not to move around like traditional dentures do and the ability to preserve their jawbone health.

Have any questions about arch restorations?

If you think you may be in need of a full arch restoration, we invite you to call us right now to make an appointment with one of our experienced and caring dentists. We understand how difficult it can be if you are missing any teeth, and for that reason, we want you to know that you do have dental options that will improve your overall oral health. The sooner you make an appointment, the sooner you can be on your way to good oral health. Please do not hesitate to call us at your earliest convenience!

Call (210) 593-7636 today to reach Preferred Dental Center.

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