Full arch implants

Full arch dental implant bridge examples

You only need 4-6 implants to support a bridge of all of the missing teeth, greatly reducing the bone loss that occurs with conventional dentures.

 

Dental implants will provide you with a stable and long term solution that reduces the pain, discomfort, instability, and bone loss that denture patients experience. The bridges can be made to be screwed in place, or can be removable.

 

A very cost-effective alternative is to have a denture that is secured in place with implants.

 

Step by step - Fixed option

 

Step 1

If you have lost all of your teeth in one or both of jaws and require the most natural

looking solution, the permanently anchored dental implant bridge on several dental

implants is the answer when the prerequisites are met. 

 

 

 

Step 2

For a permanently anchored dental implant bridge, several dental implants are placed

to form a good foundation. Because the dental implants are anchored in the jawbone,

they stimulate the bone tissue and help to maintain healthy bone levels and facial structures.

 

 

 

 

Step 3

The abutments are attached to the dental implants and the bridge is fitted in place.

All dental work is performed according to your prerequisites and wishes. 

 

Step 4

The dental implant bridge is now in place. It looks and functions like normal teeth.

You can now eat whatever you like and laugh without having to worry about the prosthesis falling out.

Alan

Alan had a phobia of dentists and avoided going to the dentist until he had reached a very poor state. He struggled with eating, smiling, talking to people and longed to be able to eat properly again. 

When teeth have past the point of saving, fixed implants can transform a patient's whole self perception and character.

The results in this case? Quite simply life changing.