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Full mouth dental implants feel like a miracle for patients who are missing most or all their teeth.

Not only do full mouth dental implants look and feel natural, but they’re also permanent

I’ve previously discussed the pros and cons of dentures vs. dental implants. Since full mouth dental implants are more popular than dentures among patients than dentures, let’s explore full mouth dental implants in a little more depth.

The Advantages of Full Mouth Dental Implants Over Dentures 

Full mouth dental implants can be one of the best solutions if you’re missing all of your teeth. You know the discomfort and embarrassment that go along with missing teeth, and if you’re using dentures, you’re probably aware of some of the downsides of that form of treatment.

Full mouth dental implants are a popular solution among patients for a few reasons:

  1. Unlike dentures, which can be removed during the day and at night, or bridges and crowns which can need ongoing maintenance and replacement, full mouth dental implants are a permanent solution or missing teeth. Because implants are placed directly in the jaw bone, they become permanent – that means no more adhesive, removal, and meticulous cleaning the way you would with dentures.
  2. Dentures often come with clasps and an attachment framework – they look nice, but there is the risk of slippage, which can make patients self-conscious and lead them to avoid certain foods. Because dental implants are attached directly to the jaw bone, there’s never an issue with stability. They’re permanent, and look and feel just like your natural teeth – it won’t be long before you forget they’re there!
  3. Full mouth dental implants are superior to dentures in a multitude of ways – and that includes dental health and bone health. One risk with dentures is that they can cause bone deterioration, which can lead to greater dental issues and serious problems in the jaw bone. Dental implants, however, are integrated with the jaw bone, which means that your bone health is never compromised by the implants.
  4. Full mouth dental implants are extremely low maintenance, especially when compared to dental implants. The implants attach permanently to your bone, so there’s no removal for cleaning, maintenance, and likely no need for replacement. With implants, you treat them as if they were your normal teeth, simply brushing and flossing twice a day.

How Full Mouth Dental Implants Improve Patients’ Lives

Full mouth dental implants feel like a miracle for many patients, changing their lives for good.

Not only to full-mouth dental implants give you a perfect and permanent smile to replace your missing teeth, but they also give you a new sense of confidence – for many, that confidence becomes priceless.

Knowing that their full mouth dental implants are permanent is a great relief to patients. With full mouth dental implants, their lives can resume as they normally would, eating the foods they love without restrictions and taking part in social situations in meals without worrying about slippage.

Are you ready to replace your missing teeth with full mouth dental implants?

Call me today to schedule your free consult, and let’s get you on the way to a beautiful permanent smile with your new dental implants.

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