While the base implant(s) remains the same, there are several different methods of replacing several missing teeth. In this situation, multiple implants need to be placed and tooth replacement options are fixed or removable. A fixed option replaces some or all teeth and stays in the mouth such that the patient can not remove them. A removable option replaces all missing teeth and is removed by the patient. There are several factors that determine which treatment option is right for a given patient including patient desires, patient’s oral health, amount and quality of jaw bone, and budget.
This is a full upper or lower arch restoration that is never removed by the patient.
A full upper arch denture attached to implants to be removed by the patient daily.
There are two different options:
A full lower arch denture attached to implants to be removed by the patient daily.
There are three different options:
More hygienic- easier to clean
More cost effective
Easier and less expensive to repair or replace
Are you ready to lose those dentures?