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Full-Arch Implants in Jackson

Permanent Full-Arch Restoration

At Jackson Family Dentistry, we have the skills and technology to restore your smile, even if you are missing most or all of your teeth. With full-arch restorations, we can enhance your appearance, quality of life, and your dental health.

Get Your Smile Back
Strengthen Jaw Bone
Enjoy A Smile For Life

Full-Arts Implant at Jackson Family Dentistry

If you suffer from tooth loss or multiple severely damaged teeth, full-arch implants may be right for you. Unlike traditional dentures, which are simply held onto your gums through friction, full-arch implants attach directly to your jaw. Because of this, dentures supported by implants will never shift or move, and will support the health of your jaw bone. 

Protect The Health Of Your Jaw

Dental implants are attached directly to your jaw bone and they stimulate the jaw to keep it strong, just like the root of a natural tooth. This prevents bone loss, which is a common problem when wearing traditional dentures.

Results That Last A Lifetime

Dental implants usually last 30+ years, and most patients are able to keep their implants for the rest of their lives.

Restorations Look & Feel Natural

Unlike traditional dentures, your full-arch restoration will never move or shift, since it's anchored strongly to multiple dental implants. You can eat, speak, and chew without worrying about your teeth moving.

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"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."

Scott

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"I have been going to Jackson Family Dentistry for 21 years and highly recommend. They take great care of my teeth and I have never thought of going elsewhere. This year I even had a stranger ask me if I was a dentist. That is a clear indication that I am going to the right dentist."

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Understanding full-arch Impants

Full-arch implants use a series of 4-6 dental implants that are placed in your upper or lower arch of teeth. These implants are used as anchor points to support a full set of false teeth. Both removable implant-supported dentures and fixed, non-removable implant-supported dentures are available.

The full-Arch Implant Placement process

The full-arch implant placement process begins with a comprehensive oral exam. Dr. Major will examine your jaw, gums and teeth, and take images and x-rays of your face to determine if you’re a good candidate for treatment. In some cases, before your implants can be placed, you may need to have your remaining teeth extracted, or have other procedures like bone grafting or alveoloplasty. 

Once you’re ready for your implants, treatment will begin and Dr. Major will clean and numb your mouth. Then, he will create an opening in your gum and jaw tissue, place an implant, and suture the area shut. This process will be repeated several times until all of your implants have been successfully placed.

You’ll be sent home with recovery instructions, and you will get a temporary set of dentures to wear while your mouth heals. Over the next several months, you will come in for multiple follow-up appointments. Dr. Major will examine your mouth and take images and impressions of your teeth, and begin the process of building your permanent set of implant-supported dentures.

Once your mouth has healed and your implant-supported dentures have been built, you’ll come into our office for a final appointment. Dr. Major will attach your implant-supported restoration and provide you with instructions about how to care for your new smile. 

Full-Arch Implant Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a candidate for full-arch implants?

If you have lost all of your teeth or most of your teeth, but you still have a strong jaw bone that can support multiple dental implants and are free of oral health issues like gum disease, full-arch implants may be the right choice for you. Contact Jackson Family Dentistry now to schedule your consultation. 

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