Full Mouth Dental Implant Options | Premier Implant Centers

What are Your Options

High-Tech Care to Restore Your Smile

Dr. Amit Sood Talks About Your Esthetic Options For Replacing A Tooth Or Multiple Teeth 

A Personalized Approach to Restoring Missing Teeth

According to the American Dental Association, it is common for adults aged 20 to 64 to have three or more decayed or missing teeth. If you have damaged, decayed, or missing teeth, this can harm more than your smile. Missing teeth and associated bone loss can lead to functional oral health issues such as shifting of surrounding teeth and an increased risk of decay and gum disease. Thanks to advances in dental technology coupled with extensive training, the highly experienced team at Premier Implant Centers offer several different tooth replacement options in Connecticut and New York. Whatever option you choose, all our solutions focus on improving your oral and systemic health and helping you regain your self-confidence. From implant supported dentures to fixed full mouth dental implants, our three board-certified oral surgeons are dedicated to providing you with the best tooth replacement options at one of four state-of-the-art practices.

Traditional Dentures vs. Dental Implants

In the past, dentures were the only solution for multiple missing teeth. Dentures restore only 20% of natural function and eventually require repair and replacement. Studies show that traditional dentures can lead to bone loss and changes in your facial structure, thereby causing an appearance of premature aging. Dentures need to be removed and cleaned daily to eliminate food particles and bacteria and prevent permanent stains. In addition, dentures often interfere with eating and their palate can decrease or alter the taste of food. Ill-fitting dentures may rub against the bony ridge, gradually leading to loss of additional bone. No matter how many teeth are replaced with dental implants, you’ll never experience the problems associated with shifting dentures. Dental implants never decay and because nearly 100% of chewing function is restored, they provide needed stimulation for natural bone growth.
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Full Mouth Tooth Replacement Options

When many people think of tooth replacement options, they often remember dentures worn by their grandparents! Thanks to significant improvements in dental prosthetics, patients no longer have to worry about teeth slipping, becoming loose, or falling out while talking and eating. Our experienced team of oral surgeons have the versatility and skills to restore your smile function and aesthetics with one of several solutions that best fits your situation and budget.
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Implant Supported Dentures

This alternative option to full arch dental implants offers many benefits traditional dentures do not. Dental implants are anchored into your jaw bone, functioning like natural tooth roots to provide a secure and strong base for your restoration. As such, you don’t have to worry about teeth slipping or falling out. Another big advantage of implant-supported dentures is that they provide needed stimulation to your jawbone to prevent it from resorbing and shrinking. You’ll still need to remove your dentures for cleaning and they may need relines or repairs. With proper care, implant-supported dentures can help you achieve a beautiful smile, however, they only restore 60% of natural function.
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Dental Implants

Dental implants are considered the gold standard tooth replacement solution due to their longevity, functional benefits, and natural appearance. With proper care, dental implants restore over 98% of natural function and can last a lifetime. We leverage our advanced skills and computer-guided surgery to plan the desired restoration and implant placement, then carry it out precisely. Our medical expertise coupled with advanced technology enables us to handle the most complex cases other implant centers turn away.
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We understand it can be confusing when you’re considering dental implants because of the many patented solutions. The biggest difference between All-on-X and the popular All-on-4 protocol is the number of implants. During this procedure, we select the optimal number of implants to support a full arch of teeth, which may be six or even eight in some cases. Additional implants provide additional stability, improved biting and chewing capability, and a more even distribution of pressure to help extend the life of your prosthetic arch. If we determine that you’re a suitable candidate for All-on-X dental implants, you’ll never have to worry again about the many negative issues associated with dentures. This tooth replacement option restores over 98% of chewing function, stimulates healthy bone, improves your oral and general health, and provides a beautiful and radiant new smile.
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Skilled Restorative Dentistry Leveraging High Tech

At Premier Implant Centers, we leverage advanced cone beam CT technology to produce accurate 3-D images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and bone in a single scan. Computer-guided surgery enables us to precisely place your dental implants. Our advanced technology also helps the dental lab craft beautiful and precise restorations. You’ll enjoy restored oral function and a natural-looking, beautiful smile thanks to new teeth that fit perfectly!

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