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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Wagener, SC

Restored Smile, Revitalized Health, Renewed Life

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Reclaim Your Complete Smile in Just One Appointment

Being toothless means you can’t enjoy even the simplest pleasures of life—a diversity of foods, comfortable conversations, and laughing and smiling when you feel happy. Maybe you already have dentures and don’t feel that they offer the reliability you need? Whatever the case, having either no teeth or no healthy teeth remaining means you’re not living life the way you want. That doesn’t mean relaxed, sincere smiles and your favorite foods are a thing of the past, though. The Bela Family Dentistry team has extraordinary training and skill in transforming empty smiles into healthy, eye-catching smiles—usually in one appointment! We can provide full mouth dental implants in Wagener, South Carolina, with options tailored to your goals and within your budget. Your replacement teeth will enhance your quality of life and take your confidence to new heights. Get more details about full mouth dental implants below, then schedule a consultation with us at our Wagener, SC office. Your newly restored smile is waiting!

Full Tooth Replacement Options

Full mouth dental implants aren’t the sole choice available to you, though most dentists and patients do consider them to be the best one. Traditional dentures restore most of the function of your real teeth and are an economical option for many people. They require adhesives to stay in your mouth, and still may occasionally fail to prevent your dentures from slipping out of place during meals and conversations. Implant supported dentures are closer to actual teeth and offer an added degree of stability. Secured to your jawbone by two or more dental implants, this solution not only offers reliable performance, they also help preserve your jawbone by providing root substitutes that stimulate the bone during chewing and biting, the same way that natural, healthy tooth roots do. The long-lasting answer to complete tooth loss is full mouth dental implants from our skilled Wagener team. These are nearly identical to a full set of actual teeth and restore complete function. We can offer you any of these replacement teeth options. Let’s discuss them all in a personalized consultation!

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Full Mouth Dental Implant Placement and Restoration

Consultation
The consultation at our Wagener office is your chance to share your thoughts and your smile goals with our team. This discussion also allows us to discuss any concerns you may have about receiving treatment and includes a full explanation of each option and also how we can make treatment affordable for you. We use implants from the finest manufacturers in the industry, so you can be sure the materials are of the utmost quality. There’s also a clinical element to the consultation as well. We take your dental and medical histories and make images of your mouth using our in-house cone beam CT technology, which delivers 3D views of your teeth and bones using a portion of the radiation of most x-ray equipment. Putting all of this information together, we can tailor a treatment plan for your full mouth dental implants that delivers on your goals and exceeds your expectations!
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Implant Placement
During your preliminary consultation we’ll establish if there are any procedures you need to have completed before you can have dental implants. This may include tooth extractions to eliminate any decayed teeth that might still be in your mouth and bone grafting, which restores lost jawbone mass and strength following bone recession. If we’re able to perform these during the same appointment as your dental implant placement to accelerate your treatment, we will. Otherwise we will wait until your mouth has recovered. Placement begins with administering one of our sedation options for your comfort. We offer multiple methods to accommodate the varying complexity of different treatments and to help ease any dental anxiety you might have. Once you’re calm, we surgically insert anywhere from four to eight implant posts in your upper and lower arches, taking great care not to interfere with dental nerves or otherwise impact the area. We use the minimum number of implants needed to ensure a safe, reliable fit of your full mouth fixed bridge. The complete process typically only takes a few hours to complete. You can generally leave our office that day with a full new set of teeth—just as you have long desired!
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A Fully Restored Smile
It may take your jaw up to six months to heal entirely after full mouth dental implant surgery. During the healing process, your implant posts will fuse permanently with your jawbone, making it strong and stable enough to hold your bridge of new, natural-looking teeth. You should have minimal discomfort during this time. After we confirm that you’re totally recovered, we’ll have you come back in and replace your temporary bridge with your permanent one. Your final bridge is tailored to fit your mouth; one-size-fits-all won’t do for our patients. After making just a few simple adjustments we can send you home with a complete, healthy, and natural-looking smile. Your life will never be the same again!
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Flexible Payment Options

The cost for full mouth dental implants varies based on the selection of materials as well as the sedation method and any preliminary treatments. From one perspective, the cost of not having implants outweighs their price, since they restore your ability to partake in the most basic daily activities again without discomfort, concern, or awkwardness. They are priced higher than conventional dentures or implant supported dentures, but they’re also built to last—possibly the rest of your life with regular care—and are the most genuine-looking and customizable teeth replacement option offered in dentistry today. 

Reserve a consultation at our Wagener practice so that we can explain how full mouth dental implants will transform your health and your life for the better. During your appointment, we’ll also go over pricing and explain how we can make your new smile fit within your budget. This includes third-party financing companies that can split your cost into smaller, more manageable monthly payments. We’ll work with you so that a healthy, complete, spectacular smile and a more self-confident and satisfying life can become a reality. Don’t be toothless any longer—contact us today!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Newberry, SC

A Fully Restored Smile in Just One Day

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Tooth Loss? No Problem!

Without a complete set of teeth you’re unable to enjoy even the most basic pleasures of life—a variety of foods, conversations with loved ones, and laughing and smiling when you’re happy. Perhaps you already have dentures to replace your teeth and don’t feel that they’re providing the reliability you need? Whatever the case, having extensive tooth loss, or having no healthy teeth left, means you’re not living life to its fullest. That doesn’t mean carefree smiles and satisfying meals are behind you forever, though. The Bela Family Dentistry team has exceptional training and experience in transforming toothless smiles into healthy, dazzling ones—typically in a single appointment! We offer full mouth dental implants in Newberry, SC, with solutions customized to your mouth and suited to your budget. Your replacement teeth will boost your quality of life and confidence to new heights. Learn more about full mouth dental implants here, then contact us for a consultation at our Newberry, SC office. Your new smile is waiting!

Full Tooth Replacement Options

Full mouth dental implants aren’t the only option available to you, though they are considered by most dentists and patients to be the best one. Standard dentures give you back most of the function of your natural teeth and are a cost-effective option for many people. They stay in your mouth with adhesives, but these don’t always prevent the dentures from slipping during meals and conversations. Implant supported dentures are more like real teeth and provide an added level of reassurance. Each denture is securely attached to your jaw with two or more dental implant posts. These not only provide slip-free performance, they also protect your jawbone by giving it root substitutes that provide stimulation through chewing and biting, the way natural, healthy tooth roots do. The lasting solution for total tooth loss is full mouth dental implants in Newberry, SC. These are virtually indistinguishable from a complete set of real teeth. Made with a durable bridge of dental crowns, these are attached to as few as four dental implants for added stability which we carefully position in your jaw. We can provide you with any of these replacement teeth types. Let’s discuss your options with a personalized consultation!

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The Full Mouth Dental Implant Process

Consultation
A consultation is your opportunity to share your story and your smile goals with us. This conversation also enables us to address any concerns you may have about your treatment options. This includes a full explanation of each and also ways that we can make your chosen treatment affordable for you. We use implants from all the top manufacturers, so you know the materials will be of the highest quality. There’s also a clinical aspect to the consultation, of course. We learn your dental and medical histories and capture detailed images of your mouth with our in-house cone beam CT technology, which gives us vivid 3D views of your teeth and bones with a fraction of the radiation of conventional x-ray equipment. Synthesizing all of this information, we can customize a treatment plan for your full mouth dental implants that achieves your goals and exceeds your expectations!
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Implant Placement
During your initial consultation we’ll determine if there are any procedures you need to have completed before you can receive dental implants. This may include tooth extractions to remove any remaining decayed teeth that might still be in your mouth and bone grafting, which rebuilds lost jawbone volume and strength after bone recession. If we can perform these the same day as your dental implant placement to speed up your treatment, we will. Otherwise, we will wait until your mouth is in optimal health for placement. That process begins with making you comfortable with one of our sedation options. We provide several methods to match the complexity level of different procedures, as well as to help alleviate any dental anxiety you may experience. Once you’re relaxed, we surgically insert from four to eight implant posts in both your upper and lower arches, carefully noting the placement of your dental nerves and other factors. We always use the minimum number necessary for a safe, secure fit of your full mouth fixed bridge. The entire process generally only takes a few hours to complete. You can usually leave our office that very day with a new set of teeth—something you’ve waited too long to experience!
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A Fully Restored Smile
Your jaw can take up to six months to completely heal after full mouth dental implant surgery. As part of the healing process, your implant posts fuse permanently with your jawbone, providing the strength and stability to hold your new bridge of teeth. You should experience little discomfort during this time. Once we determine that you’ve fully recovered, we’ll bring you back in to remove your temporary bridge and replace it with your permanent one. Your final bridge is customized to fit your mouth; we don’t use any one-size-fits-all appliances. With just a few minor adjustments we can send you on your way. Your smile will be complete, healthy, and natural-looking—and your life will never be the same again!
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Simplified Payment Options

The price range for full mouth dental implants in Newberry, SC can vary due to the choice of materials as well as the need for sedation and any preparatory treatments. In some ways the cost of not having them outweighs the cost of having them, because of the way they restore your ability to enjoy the most basic daily activities again without pain, worry, or embarrassment. They do cost more than conventional dentures or implant supported dentures, but they’re also made to last—up to a lifetime with regular care—and are the most realistic and comfortable teeth replacement option that any dental practice can offer. 

Schedule a consultation so that we can show you how full mouth dental implants will change your life. When you’re here, we’ll also discuss pricing and the ways we can make your new smile fit within your budget. This includes assistance from financing companies that will enable you to break your cost down into manageable monthly payments. We’ll work with you to make a healthy, full, stunning smile and a more confident and fulfilling life a reality. Don’t wait any longer—reach out to us today!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Kershaw, SC

Restore a Functional and Complete Smile

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Stop Living in Pain or Self-Consciousness

Is tooth loss keeping you from living a confident life or completing daily activities like eating and speaking comfortably? You aren’t alone. We’re to help with comprehensive solutions, including full mouth dental implants in Kershaw, SC. You can overcome these limitations in your day-to-day life with solutions that results in attractive, functional smiles!

Our experienced dentists will personalize your treatment plan to fit your goals and budget, providing you with an outcome that truly transforms your day-to-day life and confidence! We’re great listeners and truly care about providing you with a smile that restores your quality of life. Read more about your tooth replacement options here, then contact our experienced Kershaw, SC team to schedule your first consultation.

Choose Your Teeth Replacement Solution

Your first option for restoring your smile is a removable denture, which takes the place of missing teeth in your mouth, either in one or both arches. Today’s modern dentures look natural, but they only restore about 10 percent of original biting and chewing function. For some patients, the insecurity of dentures is an issue, so they choose implant supported dentures. This solution improves function due to the stability of dental implants  inserted into your jaw that stabilize the denture. If you desire a solution that is as close to a full set of healthy natural teeth as possible, consider full mouth dental implants. This treatment provides a permanent and superior function while looking and feeling completely natural. Full mouth dental implants consist of a life-like bridge of teeth attached securely to four or more dental implants. They’re the solution of choice for many patients looking for long-term health benefits and a return to natural function and esthetics.

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Determining Which Option Is Best for You

The best way to determine which full mouth solution is right for you is to consider your tooth replacement goals. If you’re looking for a quick option that provides adequate benefits, dentures may be right for you. Similarly, if you want to get full function back, you’ll benefit the most from full mouth dental implants in Kershaw, SC. Our dentists are skilled in all these tooth replacement options and can help you determine which is best for you. If dentures are the best option for you, the process is relatively simple, but for solutions involving dental implants, we’ve outlined below what you can expect at Bela Family Dentistry.

Your Path to a New Smile

Step 1. Consultation
Your consultation is a big part of your treatment process. We’ll evaluate your health and functional needs, discuss your esthetic goals, and assess your financial budget to ensure your full mouth restoration is exactly what you need and can afford. We’ll also take a full cone beam CT scan of your mouth, which we’ll use to customize your surgery and restorative treatment. Knowing where you’re coming from and what you’re looking for will help us create a personalized treatment plan.
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Step 2. Preparation
One of the hallmarks of our practice is how custom our treatments are for each of our patients. From your consultation, we’ll determine if you need preliminary treatments before you can get surgery. This all depends on the unique condition your mouth is in and may include treatment for gum disease or bone grafting to prep your jaw for dental implants. Ensuring a healthy foundation for your new smile is crucial to its long-term success. When your mouth is ready, you’ll return to our office for your implant surgery.
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Step 3. Surgery
You’ll be receiving anywhere between 4-8 dental implants in a single arch. We’ve developed protocols to make your surgical process streamlined, however, and many times we can complete your surgery in under a few hours. We’ll already have your surgery planned and custom dental implants chosen to ensure the efficiency of this appointment. When you are comfortable and relaxed with a sedation option, we’ll place the dental implants in your jaw. Many of our patients qualify for immediate loading of a provisional on the day of surgery, so we’ll do our best to make this possible for you.
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A New Smile that Fits Your Budget

You’re most likely aware that full mouth dental implants in Kershaw, SC have a higher price tag than removable options like dentures. While this may deter you from considering implants, remember that this option is permanent and the closest thing to natural teeth you can get. While dentures generally last between 5 and 10 years, full mouth solutions can last the rest of your life and give you the dental function and smile esthetics needed to live a confident, active life. No matter what solution you choose, we’re here with affordable payment options and third-party financing so that your financial situation doesn’t get in the way of your new smile.

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - FLORENCE, SC

Transform Pain and Missing Teeth into a Beautiful Smile

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Solutions that Fit Your Life, Goals, and Budget

How long has it been since you felt confident smiling? Ate more than a soft food diet? Didn’t feel any pain in your mouth? Suffering from many failing or missing teeth can take both a physical and emotional toll, and we understand how difficult it is to live every day without a smile that functions comfortably or looks attractive.

We can help put an end to your painful and discouraging symptoms with full arch solutions, including full mouth dental implants in Florence, SC, that fit your lifestyle, smile goals, and budget! You’ll receive a treatment plan personalized to what you want, with an outcome that truly transforms your life by improving your function, health, and confidence. We encourage you to read about your options, then schedule a consultation with our experienced Florence, SC team to learn which is best for you.

Your Options for Replacing Teeth

You have many options if you wish to replace all your teeth. The first is removable dentures, a time-tested solution that takes the place of no teeth in one or both arches. Dentures are a viable option if you wish to bring back some function with a set of teeth that look natural. For some patients, this is not enough like real teeth, so many choose implant supported dentures. This solution adds stability for biting and chewing with dentures that snap on to two or more dental implants. Most patients experience noticeable improvements in function, though the denture may still cause discomfort as some support still relies on the gums. If, however, you are looking for a permanent solution that provides the greatest long-term benefits in your health, function, and smile esthetics, full mouth dental implants may be the best choice for you! Full mouth dental implants are the closest thing to a full set of functional, healthy teeth and are comprised of a life-like bridge of teeth attached securely to four or more dental implants strategically placed in your jawbone. For many of our patients, our full mouth dental implants in Florence, SC are the leading solution if you have lost or are about to lose all your teeth.

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Determining Your Best Solution

There’s certainly a lot to consider when deciding which tooth replacement option is best for you. As it may be difficult to choose one at face value, we’re here to assess your health and functional needs, smile goals, and financial situation to ensure your full mouth restoration provides the greatest benefits. Gathering all this information, in addition to learning about you and what you’re looking for in a new smile, happens during our introductory consultation and oral health evaluation. If dentures are the most ideal choice for your situation, the process is relatively straightforward, but for more involved treatments like our dental implant solutions, we’ve provided information on the basic process you can expect with us.

Our Personalized Full Mouth Dental Implants Process

Step 1. Consultation
Your consultation is one of the most crucial parts of your treatment. In addition to gathering necessary medical and dental health information, this is also our chance to learn about your smile goals, hesitations, concerns, and vision for your future, as it pertains to your teeth and your life. We’ll take a full CBCT scan of your mouth, providing us with highly detailed images of your jawbone health. From this consultation, we can create a personalized treatment plan that reflects your goals and budget.
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Step 2. Preparation
Our treatment plans are always personalized to you, so this may include preparatory procedures depending on the condition of your mouth and oral health. Certain factors like gum disease or bone loss must be addressed in preparation for surgery and to ensure your dental implants are successful. When your mouth is ready, you’ll return to our office for your implant placement.
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Step 3. Surgery
You’ll receive between four and eight dental implants in a single arch. Our surgical protocols make this process efficient and effective and rarely do any of our patients need more than one implant placement surgery. We’ve received comprehensive training in dental surgery and utilize some of the industry’s most advanced surgical technologies and materials to ensure the success of your treatment. Once you are comfortably resting with assistance from customized sedation, we’ll place your implants strategically in your jawbone. This surgery generally takes only a few hours and you’ll be able to return home the same day. Certain patients may qualify for our “immediate load” protocol, where we can attach a temporary set of teeth on the day of surgery. We’ll do all we can to make this possible for you!
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Making Your Full Mouth Restoration Affordable

Your full mouth restoration ranges as much in cost as in the benefits they provide. Though implant-retained solutions hold a higher price tag than dentures, this cost can be weighed based on the long-term advantages you’ll receive. Dentures, though the lowest price tier, won’t provide you with the permanent stability and natural esthetics that implant-supported options will. Neither will they last more than five or 10 years. Solutions like full mouth dental implants in Florence, SC, on the other hand, are designed to last your lifetime, providing permanent improvements to your smile esthetics, dental function, and confidence. You’ll be able to smile with confidence and pride, eat all the foods you can’t currently enjoy (like steak, apples, or nuts), and give your body the health boost it needs for you to feel physically and emotionally well. If you’re worried about the cost of our full mouth restorations, we’re here to help. Our goal is to provide you with a new smile that can last for many years and give you the confidence to enjoy an active, healthy, and social lifestyle. We’ll help you afford the solution that provides you with this transformation!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Columbia, SC

Imagine a Healthy, Confident Life

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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A Better Life Is Possible with New Teeth

If you’re missing most or all your teeth, even the most basic functions like smiling or eating can be embarrassing and painful. You may be struggling with oral disease or poor physical health, too. Are you afraid you’ll never be able to live a confident and healthy life again? The dentists and staff at Bela Family Dentistry believe it’s possible! Our experienced dentists are skilled in full mouth rehabilitations and offer three solutions to replace all your missing teeth including removable dentures, implant supported dentures, and full arch dental implants in Columbia, SC. We’ll help you determine which solution best fits your situation and needs, then personalize it to be exactly the smile you desire to feel attractive and confident. From beginning to end, your full mouth restorative treatment will be about YOU. It’s possible to be free from the discouragement, pain, and anxiety of decayed or missing teeth. And we’ll help you get there with our personalized solutions. Learn about what we offer here, then schedule your first consultation at our Columbia, SC office to begin your journey to new teeth and restored health, function, and confidence!

A Smile to Fit Your Lifestyle

We’ll help you choose the best full mouth solution to fit your lifestyle: removable dentures, implant supported dentures, or full mouth dental implants. Dentures, a time-tested solution, can give you a new set of natural teeth quickly and at a low cost, though they won’t last more than 8-10 years. They also won’t provide substantial function and may slip or fall out, even if you use denture pastes. Implant supported dentures are considered the upgrade to traditional dentures and are attached securely to your mouth with dental implants. This solution provides much greater function, while looking and feeling natural. Full mouth dental implants are comparable to a full set of natural, functioning teeth—including their stability, attractiveness, and longevity. Esthetically amazing, they’re permanently fixed to your jawbone with dental implants, bringing back virtually 100 percent biting and chewing strength and long-term durability. Truly the most life-changing solution in all of dentistry, full arch dental implants can completely transform your health, confidence, and life! We recommend full arch dental implants for patients who want the closest thing to a set of natural teeth and strong, secure teeth designed to last many years. We’ve outlined what you can expect with full mouth dental implants at our Sandhills area office and the process for receiving this life-altering solution below.

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Your Journey to a Restored Smile

Personalized Consultation
The consultation, the first step in your treatment process, is where you’ll talk with our team about your unique situation and smile goals. During this appointment, we’ll talk about the problems you’re facing, your goals for restorative treatment, and any questions or concerns you have about the process. This is your opportunity to tell us exactly what you desire in a new smile, in terms of how it looks and functions, your health, and overall wellness. We’ll learn about your dental and medical history, too, and take 3D images of your mouth using low-radiation cone beam CT technology. We’ll use these scans to digitally plan your surgery as full mouth dental implants require precision planning from our skilled dentists to ensure a predictably successful surgery. All the information we gather at this appointment we’ll use to create a personalized treatment plan for you.
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Placement Surgery
On the day of your surgery, you’ll be made comfortable in our treatment suite, and we’ll administer custom sedation if needed. We’ll be surgically placing between 4-8 dental implants into your jawbone, but you won’t feel any discomfort during the procedure. If your treatment plan includes the tooth extractions or bone grafting, we can often complete these treatments during the same surgical appointment. This will save you additional recovery time and streamline your treatment process. With your dental implants in place, we’ll then assess their primary stability. Because we follow a strict protocol using the TeethXpress system, the stability of your dental implants most likely will be sufficient enough for us to attach a temporary set of teeth on the day of your surgery. You’ll return later for your permanent set of teeth, but while your dental implants heal, you’ll be able to enjoy natural-looking teeth that function comfortably! We’ll be able to determine if you’re a candidate for this immediate load solution after your implants have been placed. However, with our surgical skills, technology, and innovative techniques, we’re usually able to provide this option for virtually all our patients!
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Recovery and Restoration
Your dental implants will need 4-6 months to fully heal and integrate with your natural jawbone and restore complete function. During this time, we’ll monitor their progress and ensure you’re comfortable and healing properly. Once your implants are healed and fully stabilized in your bone, you’ll be ready for your permanent set of teeth! This new bridge is made from durable materials that look and feel natural. It’ll be incredibly strong, allowing you to eat all kinds of healthy foods, and won’t stain, decay, or best of all, never loosen or fall out. When fixed permanently to your dental implants, you’ll be thrilled to find that they look amazing and function like the real thing. You won’t be able to stop smiling!
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Your Treatment Made Affordable

The cost of your treatment will vary depending on the solution you choose and your current condition. While we understand that choosing permanent solutions instead of dentures will increase the overall cost of your treatment, we always remind patients to think about the long-term investment they’re making in their smiles. Dental implants will not only give you a beautiful, confident smile but will provide the function and health you need to live a fulfilling, happy life. We’ll help make your treatment affordable through third-party financing and will file insurance claims on your behalf. You can afford a new smile and ultimately transform your life—and we can help!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Edgefield, SC

Restored Smile, Renewed Life

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Tailored and Transformative Treatment Plans

Are you hiding your smile instead of letting it shine? Tired of eating a soft-food diet? Suffering unending oral pain? If you’ve got many missing teeth or are completely toothless, you’ve had your share of physical and emotional consequences. Believe us when we say that we understand how tough it is to live life with a smile that constantly causes you pain and embarrassment. We’re here to help put a stop to your discomfort with full mouth solutions customized to fit your life and your smile goals—and within your financial means! We’ll tailor a treatment plan especially for you so you can enjoy striking results that genuinely redirect your life to better dental health and function, and greater overall self-confidence. Explore your options here, then arrange a consultation for full mouth dental implants in Edgefield, SC with our experienced team to determine which one is best for you.

Three Tooth Replacement Options

If full tooth replacement is what you need, we can offer you three quality options. The first is removable dentures, a time-tested solution that takes the place of missing teeth in either arch, or both. Dentures are a reputable choice if you wish to recover some function with a set of teeth that looks life-like. There are patients who find that option too different from real teeth and will choose implant supported dentures instead. This second option improves stability for biting and chewing using dentures that fasten to two or more dental implants. Patients generally experience substantial improvements in function, though the denture may still produce discomfort because the gums are supporting it. If you’re in search of an enduring solution that delivers the greatest number of long-term benefits to your health, function, and smile esthetics, we always propose full mouth dental implants in Edgefield, SC, our third and preferred option. These are the next best thing to a full set of functional, healthy teeth and are comprised of a realistic bridge of sturdy teeth secured to as few as four dental implants carefully and strategically positioned in your jawbone. Patients and dentists agree that full mouth dental implants are the preferred solution when you need most or all of your teeth replaced.

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Determining Your Tooth Replacement Solution

When choosing which tooth replacement type to opt for, there are without a doubt numerous variables to take into consideration. Given that it’s challenging to pick one based upon a small amount of information, we’re here to evaluate your health as well as discuss your specific requirements, smile objectives, and also financial resources to make sure that regardless of which method you select, your complete mouth transformation will provide exceptional value. We review all this information and also learn more about you and what you’re searching for in a brand-new smile through an individualized examination as well as an oral health analysis. If you feel that dentures are the most effective selection for your circumstances, the process is reasonably straightforward to begin. If you select a dental implant supported option, you can learn more about what to expect below or during your consultation.

Personalized Full Mouth Dental Implant Treatment

Phase 1: Consultation
The consultation is a crucial starting point to your treatment. During this face-to-face meeting we not only collect relevant medical and dental health data but also address your reservations, fears, and overall idea for your perfect smile and the satisfying new quality of life it can bring with it. The session includes a cone beam CT scan of your mouth, which gives us highly detailed 3D images of your jawbone and other oral structures. From these we can develop a customized treatment plan that aligns with your goals and budget.
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Phase 2: Preparation
Our treatment plans are always crafted to your specific requirements, which in some cases may necessitate additional procedures to be completed or extra steps to be taken before your implant placement. Conditions including gum disease and bone loss must be treated first to ensure a successful procedure. When your oral health is restored and ready for surgery, you’ll visit our office again for the next step.
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Phase 3: Surgery
During your next visit you’ll receive your full mouth dental implants in Edgefield, SC! We’ll surgically embed between four and eight dental implants in each of your arches. Our surgical protocols make for a productive and successful procedure; Bela Family Dentistry patients seldom need more than one implant placement surgery. Our team has completed extensive training in dental implant surgery, and we utilize some of the industry’s most advanced technologies and products to supply the best outcomes from your treatment. We’ll make sure you’re resting comfortably under one of our sedation options before precisely inserting implants in your jawbone. This generally takes only a few hours start to finish. Certain patients may meet the qualifications for our “immediate load” protocol, in which we provide a temporary bridge on the day of surgery. We’ll do our best to make this option available for you!
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How Much Will Your Full Mouth Restoration Cost?

Full mouth dental implants have many benefits and they also have a broad price range. While implant-retained bridges are set at a higher price point than dentures, their value should be evaluated based upon the long-term advantages you’ll gain. Dentures, though the most cost-effective price tier, don’t offer the same amount of stability and naturalistic beauty that implant-supported options do. Nor do they last much longer than five or 10 years without adjustments or replacements. Solutions such as full mouth dental implants, on the contrary, are built to last a lifetime with proper care, enhancing your smile esthetics, dental function, and self-confidence indefinitely. You’ll be able to smile with total self-assurance, partake of all the foods you can’t currently enjoy (anything hard, sticky or chewy), and provide your body with the health boost it needs to overcome those physical and emotional complications. If you’re uncertain about the price of full mouth implants, let’s talk. Our aim is to leave you with a new smile that can last for years to come and the confidence to enjoy an energetic, healthy, and socially fulfilling life. We’ll find a way to help you manage this transformative treatment!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Augusta, GA

Turn Pain and Tooth Loss into a New Smile

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Multiple Options to Match Your Unique Goals, Lifestyle, and Budget

Have you been trying to hide your smile for far too long? Settling for eating only soft foods? Felt ongoing discomfort in your mouth? Whether you have many missing teeth, or no teeth left at all, you’ve probably been dealing with a lot of physical and emotional issues. We want you to know that we understand how difficult it is to live life without a smile that looks and works the way it should. We can help end your pain and embarrassment with full mouth solutions such as full mouth dental implants in Augusta, GA to fit your smile goals, your life, and your budget! We’ll customize a treatment plan specifically for you so you can get what you want—stunning results that genuinely transform your life by improving your dental health and function, as well as your overall confidence. Read about your options here, then schedule a consultation with our knowledgeable Augusta, GA team to discover which one is best for you.

Your Tooth Replacement Options

If total teeth replacement is what you want, you have many options. One is removable dentures, a long-trusted solution that replaces missing teeth in one or both arches. Dentures are a respectable option if you want to regain some function with a set of teeth that looks natural. Some patients find the solution not close enough to real teeth and will opt for implant supported dentures instead. This option enhances stability during biting and chewing with dentures that attach to two or more dental implants. Patients typically experience considerable improvements in function, though the denture may still cause discomfort since the gums provide a supporting function. If you’re seeking a permanent solution that provides tremendous long-term benefits to your health, function, and smile esthetics, we will probably recommend full mouth dental implants to you. Full mouth dental implants are the nearest equivalent to a complete set of functional, healthy teeth and are made up of a life-like bridge of durable teeth firmly attached to as few as four dental implants precisely placed in your jawbone. Patients and dentists alike agree that full mouth dental implants are the ideal solution when you’ve lost all of your teeth or soon will.

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Deciding the Best Solution for You

When deciding which tooth replacement option to go with, there are certainly a lot of factors to consider. Since it’s difficult to choose one based on a small amount of information, we’re here to assess your health and functional needs, smile goals, and finances to ensure that no matter which option you choose, your full mouth restoration will provide the most value in the long-term. We give you all this information and learn about you and what you’re looking for in a new smile during a personalized consultation and oral health evaluation. If you feel that dentures are the best choice for your situation, the process is relatively straightforward to start. If you decide on more complex treatments like one of our dental implant solutions, you can get information on the basic process and what to expect below.

Tailored Full Mouth Dental Implant Treatment

Step 1: Consultation
The consultation is among the most vital parts of your treatment. Here we not only gather necessary medical and dental health information but also discuss your concerns and ultimate vision for your ideal smile and the fulfilling new life it can bring you. The consultation includes a full cone beam CT scan of your mouth, providing us with highly detailed 3D images of your jawbone health. This will enable us to develop a customized treatment plan that’s in line with your goals and budget, and get you one step closer to full mouth dental implants in Augusta, GA.
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Step 2: Preparation
Our treatment plans are always tailored to you and depending on the condition of your mouth and oral health may include additional procedures. Conditions like gum disease and bone loss must be taken care of before surgery to ensure successful dental implant placement. Once your mouth is ready, you’ll come back to our office for that procedure.
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Step 3: Surgery
We’ll insert between four and eight dental implants in each arch. Our surgical techniques make this process efficient and effective and our patients rarely need more than one implant placement surgery. Our team has undergone comprehensive training in dental surgery and we use some of the industry’s most advanced surgical technologies and materials to ensure the success of your treatment. Once you’re resting comfortably under one of our sedation options, we’ll carefully place implants in your jawbone. This process usually takes only a few hours and allows you to return home the same day. Some patients may qualify for our “immediate load” protocol, in which we attach a temporary set of crowns on the day of surgery. We’ll do everything we can to make this option possible for you!
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Full Mouth Restorations Can Be Affordable

Full mouth dental implants in Augusta, GA range in cost as much as they do in the benefits they provide. While implant-retained solutions come at a higher price than dentures, the cost should be weighed based on the long-term advantages you’ll experience. Dentures, though the most economical price tier, won’t provide the same level of stability and natural esthetics that implant-supported options will. Nor will they last more than five or 10 years. Solutions like full mouth dental implants, on the other hand, are created to be permanent with proper care, potentially improving your smile esthetics, dental function, and confidence for the rest of your life. You’ll be able to smile with complete self-assurance, enjoy all the foods you can’t currently eat (any hard, sticky, or chewy ones), and give your body the health boost it needs to defeat those physical and emotional complications. If you’re concerned about the cost of full mouth implants, we can help. Our mission is to give you a new smile that can last for many years and the confidence to live an active, healthy, and social lifestyle. We’ll find a way to help you afford this transformational treatment!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Lexington, SC

Recapture Your Full Smile in One Day

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Few Healthy Teeth Left?

Having no teeth or only a few healthy teeth left may make even the most basic pleasures of life—meals, conversations, laughter, and smiles—seem beyond your reach. You may have already even been fitted with dentures but found that they don’t provide the dependability you need. Whatever the case, you’re not enjoying life the way you ought to. Let us reassure you that satisfying meals and other daily activities that require healthy teeth are not behind you for good. The team at Bela Family Dentistry of White Knoll has extensive training and experience in transforming incomplete smiles into healthy, happy ones—often in just one day! We offer full mouth dental implants in Lexington, SC, with options that can match both your smile goals and your budget. Your new teeth will boost your quality of life and your self-confidence. We invite you to read more about full mouth dental implants below, then request a consultation with us at our Lexington, SC office. We’re ready to introduce you to your newly restored smile!

Complete Tooth Replacement Options

Although preferred by dentists and patients, full mouth dental implants aren’t your only option. Traditional dentures can restore some of the function of natural teeth and are a cost-effective option for many patients. They may occasionally slip out of place while you’re eating or having a conversation, even when using adhesives. Implant supported dentures provide a greater degree of stability. As a dental implant solution, they’re firmly and permanently anchored in your jaw with sturdy posts. These not only provide dependable performance, they also help protect your jawbone by acting as tooth roots. They stimulate the jawbone through chewing and biting, just as natural, healthy tooth roots do. The lasting solution to massive tooth loss is full mouth dental implants. These are virtually indistinguishable from a full set of actual teeth; only you and your dentist will know. We provide all of these replacement teeth options and encourage you to request a personalized consultation about them today!

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The Full Mouth Dental Implants Process

Consultation and Exam
The consultation is your opportunity to share your smile goals and your concerns with our team. We’ll quickly put any worries you have about treatment to rest, including what the best treatment plan is for you and how we can make your treatment fit within your means. We’ll take your dental and medical histories and scan your mouth using our own cone beam CT equipment, which delivers detailed 3D images of your teeth and bones with only a fraction of the radiation output of conventional x-ray equipment. Armed with all of this information, we will develop a treatment plan for your full mouth dental implants that achieves your goals and surpasses your expectations!
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Preparation and Implant Placement
Part of your initial consultation will be to determine if there are any procedures you need to undergo before you can receive dental implants. Examples include tooth extractions to move any remaining decayed teeth out of the way and bone grafting, which rebuilds your jawbone mass and strength after bone recession. Whenever possible, we perform these during the same visit as dental implant placement to ensure your treatment time is efficient. We start the placement process by administering one of our sedation options to make you comfortable. We offer a variety of sedation types to accommodate varying treatments and anxiety levels. Once you’re sedated, we surgically place between four to eight implant posts in each of your arches. We use the smallest number of implants necessary for a safe and successful procedure and a reliable, lasting fit. The entire process typically takes only a few hours to complete. Thanks to temporary bridges, you can normally leave our office after the procedure with a complete set of teeth—at last!
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Restoration and Renewal
Healing after full mouth dental implant surgery may last up to six months. During that period, your implant posts will integrate fully with your jawbone, strengthening it and stabilizing it enough to support the bridge which holds your dental crowns. You’ll probably experience very little pain during this time. After we verify your full recovery, we’ll have you return so we can switch out your temporary bridge with your permanent one. Your final bridge is custom-made to fit your mouth; our patients never have to settle for one-size-fits-all solutions. After a few small adjustments, if needed, we’ll see you off with a complete, natural-looking, healthy smile. Your life will be transformed for the better!
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Flexible Payment Options

The price of full mouth dental implants depends in part on the selection of materials—we only place quality brands—sedation options, and any prerequisite treatments. The cost of forgoing dental implants can be higher than their actual price when you consider that they enable you to eat, speak, and smile without pain, worry, or embarrassment. While they are higher in price than traditional dentures or implant supported dentures, they’re also made to last up to a lifetime with proper care and are easily the most realistic and adaptable teeth replacement option available in dentistry today. 

Reserve your consultation timeslot so that we can tell you exactly what full mouth dental implants can do for your life. During our discussion, we’ll also review pricing and show you how we can make your new smile affordable. We partner with third-party financing companies that can divide your cost into consistent, manageable monthly payments. We’ll do whatever we can to help make a healthy, complete, and dazzling smile, along with greater self-confidence, and a more fulfilling and satisfying life a reality for you. If you’re ready to experience that, contact us today!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants - Aiken, SC

From Painful, Missing Teeth to a Beautiful Smile

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Versatile Teeth Replacement Solutions

Are you struggling to smile with confidence, eat food comfortably, or speak without difficulty? Many failing or missing teeth can cause emotional and physical problems. We’re here to help you overcome these limitations with solutions that provide you with a comfortable, attractive new smile. We can eliminate your painful and embarrassing symptoms with versatile full mouth solutions that fit your smile goals, life, and budget! You’ll receive a treatment plan customized for you, with a result that truly transforms your day-to-day life and confidence. We invite you to learn about your options, including full mouth dental implants in Aiken, SC, then schedule a consultation with our team for a professional evaluation.

Your Teeth Replacement Options

Your first option is removable dentures, a decades-old option that takes the place of no teeth in your upper and/or lower arch. Dentures can restore some dental function with a set of teeth that look real. For some patients, their instability is an issue so they choose implant supported dentures. This solution adds stability for eating with dentures that attaches to two or more dental implants inserted into your jaw. Most patients experience reliable improvements in dental function, though not all discomfort may be eliminated. Patients searching for a long-lasting solution that provides superior functional and esthetic improvements can choose full mouth dental implants. This permanent solution is the closest thing to a complete set of healthy natural teeth and consists of a life-like bridge of teeth securely attached to four or more dental implants. For many patients and dentists alike, full mouth dental implants are one of the most advantageous solutions if you are missing most or all of your teeth!

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Determining Your Ideal Solution

There are many things to consider when choosing the most ideal tooth replacement for your situation. We’re here to evaluate your health and functional needs, esthetic goals, and budgetary restraints to ensure your full mouth restoration is exactly what you’re looking for. This information, in addition to learning about what you desire in a new smile, occurs during your first consultation and evaluation. If dentures are the most ideal choice for your needs, the process is relatively simple, but for more involved solutions like our dental implant treatments, we’ve outlined what you can expect at Bela Family Dentistry.

Our Personalized Full Mouth Dental Implants Process

Consultation
Your consultation is one of the most critical parts of your process. In addition to gathering needed medical and dental health information, it’s during this appointment that we learn about your smile goals, concerns, and vision for your future, as it relates to your teeth and your life. We’ll take a full cone beam CT scan of your mouth, highly detailed images of your mouth to assess the health of your mouth. From this consultation, we’ll design a personalized treatment plan that fits within your goals and budget.
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Preparation
Our treatment plans are always personalized to you, so your process may include preliminary treatments depending on the condition of your mouth. Certain conditions like gum disease or bone loss must be treated in preparation for surgery to make sure your dental implants are successful long-term. When your mouth is ready, you’ll return to our office for your implant surgery.
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Surgery
You’ll receive upwards of four dental implants in one arch, depending on your needs. Our surgical protocols make this surgery streamlined and effective and very few, if any, of our patients require more than one surgical procedure. Our advanced training in dental surgery and the use of the industry’s most advanced surgical technologies and materials helps us provide treatment that assures its long-term success. Once you are comfortably resting with a customized level of sedation, we’ll place your implants directly into your jawbone. This surgery generally takes only a few hours and you’ll be able to return home the same day. If you qualify for our “immediate load” protocol, we’ll be able to attach a temporary set of teeth on the day of surgery.
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Making Your Full Mouth Restoration Affordable

Your teeth replacement solutions range as much in cost as in the benefits they provide. Though implant-retained solutions are more expensive than removable dentures, this price is directly related to the higher level of benefits you’ll be getting. Dentures, though cost-effective, won’t provide you with the long-term stability and natural esthetics that implant-supported options will, and may not last more than 5-8 years, during which time adjustments will be needed. Aiken, SC full mouth dental implants, however, are designed to last for the rest of your life, providing significant improvements to your smile’s health and function—and your confidence. You’ll once again love the look of your smile, eat your favorite foods, and improve your oral and overall health. If you’re concerned about the cost of our full mouth restorations, we’re here to help. Our goal is to give you a new smile that can last for many years and provide you the confidence to enjoy a healthy, active, and social lifestyle. We’ll help you afford the transformative solution you need!

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Full Mouth Dental Implants

A New Smile, A New Life

“Dr. Cook blessed me with a new beaming smile”

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Solutions for All Your Missing Teeth

Without a full mouth of functional teeth, even the most basic daily activities like chewing food or smiling can be painful and embarrassing. You may be wondering if you’ll ever be able to live a life of comfort and confidence again. At Bela Family Dentistry, we believe you can! Our team of trained and experienced general dentists offers three different ways to replace all your missing teeth, each with their own functions and advantages—dentures, implant supported dentures, and full arch dental implants. Through our highly personalized treatment process, we’ll help you discover which solution fits your situation and budget best and provide all services conveniently in one of our many office locations. From start to finish, your full mouth restorative treatment will focus on YOU—your comfort, smile goals, concerns, and oral health needs. You don’t have to continue living a life characterized by the pain, discouragement, or anxiety of decayed and missing teeth. We’re here to transition you from your current state to one of complete function, health, and confidence! Learn about the solutions we offer here, then contact the office nearest you to schedule your first consultation.

The Choice Is Yours

You’re free to choose between three proven solutions for replacing all your missing teeth: removable dentures, implant supported dentures, and full mouth dental implants. Dentures are the time-tested option that provides the quickest and most cost-effective return to a full set of teeth. Whether or not you currently wear dentures, you’re most likely aware they don’t provide much function and are prone to becoming loose and even falling out at times. Implant supported dentures are the next step up in terms of your ability to bite and chew foods comfortably. Secured to your mouth with dental implants, this option provides good function and looks natural. Full mouth dental implants are the closest solution to having a full set of healthy natural teeth. Not only do they look stunning, but they’re permanently secured to your jawbone with dental implants. They bring back nearly 100 percent of biting and chewing power, won’t wear down your gum tissue or bone, and are permanently fixed in place for long-term improvements in your health, function, and natural smile esthetics! Truly a life-changing solution, we recommend full arch dental implants for patients who want strong, stable teeth that will last many years into the future. Below, we’ve outlined the process for receiving this amazing solution.

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Three Steps to a New Smile

First Step: Consultation
One of the most important parts of your treatment is your consultation. During this appointment, we’ll learn about your current situation, what you want from your restorative treatment, and any concerns you have about surgery. This is your chance to tell us your smile goals. We’ll gather information about your dental and medical history as well to ensure our treatment meets your oral health needs in the safest way possible. This appointment may also include a CBCT scan to assess the health of your bone and to plan the surgical phase of your treatment. Full mouth dental implants require precise planning from experienced dentists like ours to ensure your surgery is successful. Combining our diagnostics and your smile goals, we’ll develop a personalized treatment plan just for you, then schedule your surgical visit.
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Second Step: Surgery
You’ll most likely be receiving between 4-8 dental implants in a single arch. Don’t be alarmed by this number as it ensures your new set of teeth are properly stabilized and function properly for many years. We’ll place all these dental implants during a single surgical appointment using minimally invasive techniques. If you need bone grafting, we can often complete this during the same appointment. During your procedure, we’ll ensure you are comfortable, relaxed, and free from any pain with our custom sedation options. Once the dental implants are in place, we’ll check their primary stability. In most cases, if the stability of your implants is sufficient, we’ll be able to immediately attach a set of new teeth. While this won’t be your final prosthesis, it will be strong and durable, allowing you to bite and chew foods like normal. Each surgery and patient present a unique case, so we won’t be able to determine if you’re a candidate for immediate load implants until your day of surgery. However, we’ll do everything in our power to ensure you leave our office with a new set of teeth on the day of surgery! By following the TeethXpress® treatment protocol from BioHorizons, we can provide this immediate solution to virtually all our full mouth dental implants patients.
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Third Step: Restoration
You’ll be in recovery mode for up to six months after your surgery, during which time you’ll return to our office for follow-up care. When your implants are fully healed and integrated into your jawbone, we’ll replace your temporary prosthesis with your new, permanent set of teeth. This bridge of teeth will look and feel completely natural and will be custom-made for you from high-quality and durable materials. When permanently fixed to your dental implants, they’ll provide a level of function comparable to natural teeth. Many patients are impressed and thrilled about how amazing their new teeth look and feel!
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Affordable, No Matter the Solution

Not surprisingly, the cost of full mouth restorations varies as much as the benefits each solution provides. Dentures, though the low-cost option, won’t provide the permanent functional and health benefits of full arch dental implants, which fall on the costlier side. We want you to choose the option that best fits your personal health, function, and esthetic needs, so we’ll work with you to ensure whichever solution you choose fits within your budget. We will file claims to your insurance company on your behalf and offer CareCredit third-party financing so you can opt for low monthly payments with no-interest options for a select number of months. We’ll help you determine the best way to pay for your treatment to ensure you receive a beautiful, functional new smile!

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