It is possible to have a bridge to replace 10 or 12 teeth using multiple, full set of dental implants for support. This type of full mouth restoration is either screwed or cemented in place.Full dental implants, aka All on 6 implants, are used to restore the entire upper or lower arch of teeth in one complete bridge, and this is often called full mouth dental implants restoration or complete arch replacement.
We sometimes prefer to screw such a large bridge in position as it is easily retrievable should it require any maintenance later. The screws go directly through the bridge but are covered up with tooth-colored composite resin, which is entirely invisible.
The exact number of implants required for the whole set of teeth implants can vary, according to whether it is a lower or upper arch of teeth and the number of replacement teeth being supported. In most cases, we use all on 6 dental implants.
Before placing the full dental implant we examine your mouth and discusses your medical history as systemic diseases and medications can affect all-on-6 implants healing. With the full mouth tooth replacement option, six dental implants are placed at strategic intervals throughout your upper or lower arch. Each implant must have sufficient support from the surrounding bone. If you lost teeth quite a few years ago, then you may have suffered significant tooth bone loss. You might experience bone loss if you had advanced periodontal disease destroying the bone that used to surround your natural teeth. If you have lost bone, then a full set of dental implants treatment is still possible as Dr. Joshi can build up the bone for implant levels using sophisticated bone grafting techniques. At our implant office, we do not see any evidence to suggest the success of all-on-six dental implant treatments is affected by age or gender.
If speech is a major concern, periodontists offer alternative treatments, such as replacing missing teeth with short-span bridges or single dental implants. These treatments often require more implants, bone grafting, and more expensive prosthetics, so patients need to be prepared for the additional treatment time and cost.⦁ Bridge thickness :-
This can be a big problem for some patients, and sadly they often figure out that it’s a problem after surgery when the ridge has been reduced. At that point, nothing can be done to get them back to that natural-feeling transition.⦁ Excessive biting force :-
Patients have difficulty recognizing premature or excessive occlusal contacts. They may generate excessive biting forces due to the lack of sensation.⦁ Parafunction :-
bruxism, clenching, and irregular chewing cycles⦁ High risk of caries :-
Dr. Joshi offers multiple dental implants full mouth restorative options in Jaipur. He takes time to assess the best individual options for patients and explain the hurdles they will need to overcome, not just the benefits of the treatment
as this system use only four dental implants to support a lower denture, providing a cost-effective long-term solution. Additionally, with All-on-Four, the implants are located towards the front of the mouth, often reducing or eliminating the need for extensive bone grafts. With this system, the implants can be immediately loaded soon after surgery is completed.⦁ Teeth in a day
can also be used to stabilize loose dentures
⦁ Initial examination
⦁ 3-D image of your jaws using Cone Beam CT scan
⦁ Planing your implant surgery using computer guided surgery
⦁ Fabrication of custom-made template or stent
⦁ Cover implants with healing caps to integrate and bond with your jawbone
⦁ Temporary teeth placement
⦁ Fabricate permanent teeth, after implants have healed
After your initial examination with the top-rated implant dentist, you will need to have a Cone Beam CT scan to provide a detailed full mouth 3-D image of your jaws and all the critical structures, including bone, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. Using this information, Dr. Joshi will plan your full mouth implant surgery using computer-guided surgery.
Once your dental implants have healed, you can return to see Dr. Joshi, full mouth dental implants specialist, so that he can fabricate your permanent teeth. A full arch bridge can be made from several different materials, but it’s becoming increasingly common to use zirconia. Zirconia is an entirely metal-free, tooth-colored material that is incredibly strong and lifelike.
⦁ This option is ideal for anyone who currently wears full dentures or who is facing complete tooth loss.
⦁ Treatment allows patients to experience the feeling of having stable and strong teeth that remain permanently in place unless taken out by a dentist
⦁ Self-confidence and self-esteem are increased by restoring teeth in a way that feels permanent and very natural.
⦁ Many more foods can be enjoyed.
⦁ A full mouth bridge is a much healthier solution for your jaws as your jawbone will be better preserved. As the dental implant’s full mouth gradually integrates with your jawbone, they will ensure the surrounding bone is kept healthy and strong.
⦁ In the longer term, full mouth implants can be much easier to maintain than conventional dentures. Your implant-retained bridge will ensure your cheeks and lips are adequately supported, preventing that collapse in a look that is so common among denture wearers.
⦁ Complete mouth teeth implants offer a predictable approach to tooth replacement, although treatment may take slightly longer to complete than using an alternative dental implant system.
During this time, the all on 6 dental implants mustn’t come under any pressure that could affect their integration with the surrounding bone.
Any movement to the implant posts during healing could increase the risk of implant failure. Anyone who lost teeth quite some time ago is more likely to require bone grafts, adding additional time and cost to this treatment.A complete set of dental implants pose a moderate to high infection risk. Therefore, with this whole mouth reconstruction procedure, Dr. Rahmani recommends administering antibiotics before and after the procedure.
Although dental implant full mouth complications can occur, they are rare, especially when trained and experienced implant dentists like Dr. Himanshu Joshi perform the procedure.
⦁ Failure of the implants due to poor oral hygiene
⦁ Failure due to uncontrolled diabetes
⦁ Bruxism or any type of occlusal trauma could affect the longevity of your artificial teeth