Dental implants can restore your mouth to normal function. There are two basic options for complete teeth replacement with dental implants in this situation:

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Complete teeth replacement with dental implants

Complete teeth replacement with dental implants has become a popular and effective solution for individuals facing the challenges of tooth loss. Dental implants offer a long-lasting and natural-looking alternative to traditional dentures and bridges. These dental implants serve as a stable foundation for the attachment of prosthetic teeth, providing a natural-looking and functional replacement for missing teeth.

There are several types of dental implants that can be used for complete teeth replacement:

Endosteal Implants: These are the most common type of dental implants and are placed directly into the jawbone. Once the implants have integrated with the bone, abutments are attached to connect the prosthetic teeth.

Subperiosteal Implants: In cases where there is insufficient bone height, subperiosteal implants may be recommended. These implants are placed on top of the jawbone but beneath the gum tissue and they are secured with metal frameworks that protrude through the gums to support the prosthetic teeth.

All on 4/5 Implants: This technique is advised to patients with minimal bone in the back tooth region of the jaw. The procedure involves placement of four dental implants in strategic positions within the jaw, 2-3 straight dental implants from Nobel Biocare, Sweden are placed in the anterior portion of the jaw and 2 angulated dental implants from Nobel Biocare, Sweden are placed in the back tooth region of the jaw and a screwable/cementable prosthesis with 12-14 is placed over these implants to support a full arch of prosthetic teeth. All on 4 or all on 4 plus implants are known for their efficiency and ability to provide a stable restoration with fewer implants compared to traditional methods.

Zygomatic Implants: In situations where there is severe bone loss in the upper jaw (atrophic maxilla), zygomatic implants can be used. These implants are anchored in the zygomatic bone (cheekbone) rather than the jawbone, providing a viable solution for individuals with significant bone resorption.

Complete teeth replacement with dental implants offers numerous benefits, including improved chewing ability, speech and aesthetics making it a preferred choice for many individuals seeking a permanent and natural-looking solution to tooth loss. Additionally, dental implants help to maintain bone density and prevent further deterioration. The choice of implant type depends on factors such as the patient’s oral health, bone structure and specific treatment goals. It is crucial for individuals considering this procedure to consult with a qualified implantologist or implant dentist to determine the most suitable option for their needs.

Fixed Options (Implant Supported Bridges)


Semi-fixed Options (Overdentures)

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