Achieve Maximum Comfort
Do you ever think about how much you actually use your teeth? Teeth are essential for performing everyday tasks such as eating and talking. In order to perform these tasks efficiently and comfortably, it’s important that your teeth are healthy and fully functioning.
Full arch replacements use a number of dental implants that are secured to your jawbone to ensure total stability. Unlike traditional dentures, they won’t slide around or have the potential to fall out while eating.
With full arch replacements, you’re free to eat whatever you please and speak without hiding your smile.
How It Works
Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so it’s natural for you to want a healthy, natural-looking smile. Luckily, Dr. Klym can provide that for you with our full arch replacements.
During this procedure, Dr. Klym will secure a full arch of teeth to your jawbone using four to seven implants. The number of implant fixtures needed is based on the amount of existing jawbone and how healthy it is. He’ll also extract any teeth remaining before placing the implants.
Many people get nervous thinking about receiving surgery of any kind, so we offer sedation dentistry before the procedure to help calm your nerves.
Innovative Technology for a Better Procedure
Advancements in technology in recent years have improved the quality of medical procedures significantly. Dr. Kylm uses the highest level of technology to ensure your custom made nSequence implants are placed precisely.
Prior to the procedure, we use the Kodak 9000 system as well as CT scans to create a 3D model of your jaw. This allows us to examine the health of your jawbone and determine where to place the implant fixtures.
For your convenience, this is all done right in our office. We know having dental work done can be a hassle at times, so we do everything possible to ensure you spend less time at our office and more time enjoying the benefits of your new teeth.
Am I a Candidate?
Full arch replacements are a permanent treatment that provides you with remarkable benefits. During your no-obligation consultation, we’ll go over the process and determine if full arch replacements are right for you.
If you’re missing or looking to replace one or both arches of teeth, you may be a candidate for full arch replacements. Visit our candidacy page to see if you qualify.
Contact Dr. Klym today to achieve a comfortable, confidence-boosting smile.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of a full arch replacement?
Full arch dental implants are the most reliable way to replace an arch of missing teeth. With natural-looking, functional teeth restorations, you’ll have a permanent solution that can last your whole lifetime with regular dental hygiene.
Care and performance for a full arch replacement is identical to natural teeth, unlike dentures, which require special cleaning habits and tend to shift in your mouth. Rather than causing wear on the jawbone like dentures, dental implants will actually strengthen your jaw and promote bone density. Compared to replacing a full arch of teeth with individual dental implants, the procedure is shorter, less invasive, and heals faster.
The greatest benefit of a full arch replacement will be the return of your beautiful, functional smile. Regain the confidence that comes from dazzling teeth that can last a lifetime
Is the full arch replacement procedure painful?
Your full arch replacement surgery will be free of pain and stress. We offer dental sedation to calm your nerves and reliable anesthetics to ensure you won’t feel a thing during treatment. Visit our page on Dental Sedation to learn more about the process.
During your recovery, any pain or discomfort will be manageable with over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications. Dr. Klym will discuss alternative pain management options with you if a health condition makes these medicines unsafe.
How does pricing compare between full arch and single tooth replacement?
A full arch replacement procedure reduces how much you pay per replaced tooth. It requires less time for treatment and fewer implants than would be required to secure each tooth individually. We accept most forms of dental insurance, which may cover a significant portion of the cost of treatment.
Get all the benefits of a full mouth of beautiful new teeth with a more efficient treatment and none of the drawbacks associated with other full mouth solutions like dentures.