Restoring Beautiful Smiles with Full Mouth Dental Implants
Date: October 18, 2012 Richard Jones

Losing most or all of your teeth can take a huge toll on how you go about your normal daily activities. What used to be taken for granted as easy to do (smiling, chewing, speaking) can become very challenging, and at times extremely embarrassing to go through; this is especially true for cases when teeth in a full arch (the lower or upper one, or both) go missing.

Removable dentures can provide quick missing teeth solutions, but the discomfort that comes with wearing loose dentures (which is inevitable with long-term use) can often make the whole experience unpleasant. Ill-fitting dentures can cause a lot of discomfort when they start to rub against the inside of the mouth (and can even cause mouth sores or mouth ulcers to develop). When loose dentures accidentally fall out of the mouth or move around when speaking, the experience can cause a huge amount embarrassment.

Full Mouth Dental Implants Benefits

Full mouth dental implants are ideal solutions for a few or all missing teeth, especially if a full (upper or lower) arch of teeth loss is involved. The full mouth dental implants are embedded directly only the jaw bone by the dentist, forming a secure anchor to which the fixed dental bridge or dentures can be attached to. Since the dental restoration is firmly attached to the jaw (through the dental implants), they do not have a tendency to move around inside the mouth – and instead remains firmly in place; this eliminates the unpleasant experience brought by the uncontrolled movement of removable dentures.

Full mouth dental implants make it possible for you to enjoy the benefits of teeth restorations, without having to experience the discomfort and embarrassment that loose dentures can bring. These dental implants can improve the quality of your life, even after you have experienced having a few or all of your teeth missing.

Are you missing a few or all of your teeth? Do you want to have full mouth dental implants? Please LEAVE A REPLY below, and share your experiences and comments with us!

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