Full Upper Dental Implant Replacement

Life with a full denture means more than just missing your teeth. Problems associated with a denture extend far beyond tooth loss, affecting comfort, ability to chew foods, even self-image and social considerations. The challenge is to provide stable function, without using denture adhesive, that will fulfill your expectations for appearance, confidence and security.



The Treatment Steps

 

 

"Permanent" Option

Patient-Removable Option

 

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

The first step is to replace missing tooth roots by placing titanium implants. The implants will remain covered underneath the gum for approximately six months. During that time, osseointegration takes place.

The first step is to replace missing tooth roots by placing titanium implants. The implants will remain covered underneath the gum for approximately six months. During this time, osseointegration should take place.

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implants and attaching extensions. Later in treatment, a bar will be affixed to these extensions, completing the foundation on which your removable restoration will be placed.

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implants and attaching extensions. This completes the foundation on which your new teeth will be placed.

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

Full Upper Replacement

The final step is the placement of your restoration. With techniques that ensure optimal size, shape, color, and fit, this removable restoration will blend with your facial characteristics, while providing support needed for a natural appearance.

The final step is the placement of your new teeth. With techniques that ensure optimal size, shape, color and fit, they will blend with your facial characteristics, while providing support needed for a natural appearance. Many people have accepted a Brånemark System supporting bridge "as part of themselves."

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