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Full Arch Solutions at Infinity Dental Care

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The full arch solutions, also known as All-Teeth-On-4, is an advanced dental procedure where four strategically placed implants support a full arch bridge. This innovative treatment serves as a superior alternative to traditional bridges and dentures and is ideal for replacing teeth that are significantly damaged, decayed, or missing.

Many patients prefer the full arch solution over traditional dentures due to its ease of maintenance and functionality, which closely mimics natural teeth. At Infinity Dental Care, located in the bustling heart of the city, our team is well-versed and experienced in various dental implant techniques, including the full arch treatment.

What Are Dental Implants?

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Dental implants offer an efficient remedy for replacing lost teeth, addressing both the aesthetic and practical aspects of tooth loss. When a tooth is missing or extracted, it’s not just the visible part that’s removed; the root beneath is also lost. This can lead to issues like jawbone deterioration and the shifting or eventual loss of adjacent teeth. Dental implants provide a way to replace these lost roots and teeth, helping to prevent these complications.

These implants are small posts, typically made of titanium, that are implanted into the jawbone to substitute for the missing tooth root. The process commences with the surgical placement of the implant into the jawbone. After this surgery, a significant healing period of 3-6 months is usually required.

During this healing phase, a process known as osseointegration occurs. This is where the body begins to integrate the implant as part of its natural structure, forming bone and gum tissue around it, effectively anchoring the implant in place.

After the complete integration of the dental implant with the jawbone, an abutment is affixed to it. The abutment acts as a bridge between the implant and the eventual restoration, typically in the form of a dental crown. This crown takes on the role of the replacement tooth, reinstating both the visual and functional aspects of the absent tooth.

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Full Arch Solutions

The full arch solutions is a contemporary dental procedure where four durable titanium posts (implants) are utilised to support a complete arch of teeth. This arch, meticulously tailored to each patient, replaces an entire row of teeth. This approach offers a more cost-effective solution compared to individual tooth implants for each missing tooth and provides greater stability and comfort than conventional dentures.

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Types of Dental Implants

Full Arc Implants

Full Arch Dental Implants

The full arch dental implant solution is distinct in that it requires only four implants to replace an entire row of teeth. This is more economical than using a single implant for each missing tooth and offers the full benefits of dental implants, including stability, comfort, and a natural appearance.

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Multiple Implants

Multiple implants are used to replace several missing teeth. These can be employed in cases where the missing teeth are not adjacent to each other. Unlike partial dentures or bridges that rely on neighbouring teeth for support, multiple implants provide individual support for each prosthetic tooth.

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Single Implant

A single implant is ideal for replacing one missing tooth. This type of implant doesn’t require alteration of the surrounding teeth, which is often necessary for supporting a dental bridge. It stands as an independent unit, filling the gap left by the lost tooth.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are highly favoured by many patients due to the significant issues caused by missing teeth. When teeth are absent, it becomes challenging and uncomfortable to chew food effectively. Moreover, the absence of teeth leads to jawbone deterioration, giving the face a hollow, aged appearance.

Additionally, remaining teeth may shift out of place to fill the gap left by missing teeth, jeopardising their stability. Dental implants are effective in preventing these problems.

Key benefits of dental implants include:

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Keeping other teeth in place:

They prevent the shifting of neighbouring teeth.

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Preserving facial structure:

They help maintain the natural shape of your face.

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Enhanced speech:

Implants allow for clearer speech without the worry of dentures slipping.

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No need for altering adjacent teeth:

Unlike bridges, implants do not require the filing down of neighbouring teeth.

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Stability during use:

They do not shift while talking or eating, a common issue with traditional dentures.

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Maintaining jawbone integrity:

Implants stimulate the jawbone, preventing deterioration.

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Anti-ageing effect:

By preserving jawbone and facial structure, implants can provide a more youthful appearance.

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Natural look and function:

They closely mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth.

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Durability and longevity:

Tooth implants are designed to be long-lasting.

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High success rate:

Dental implants have a proven track record of success.

The Full Arch Dental Implant Procedure

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The full arch dental implant procedure at our clinic involves a thorough and careful approach to ensure the highest quality of care. The process is meticulously planned and executed, with ample time allocated for healing at each stage to minimise any risk of complications. The typical procedure for most dental implant treatments includes the following steps:

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Initial Dental Exam and Assessment:

 This first step involves a comprehensive dental examination to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the full arch solution and to identify any underlying dental issues.

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Treatment of Dental Issues:

Any identified dental problems are addressed before proceeding with the implant process.

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Detailed Planning:

If you are deemed a suitable candidate for full arch dental implants, we proceed with detailed data collection, including 3D X-rays or scans. This information is crucial for the custom creation of your implants and full arch bridge.

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Surgical Placement of Implants:

The implant posts are surgically placed into your jawbone, followed by a period of healing.

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Securing the Bridge:

Once the healing process is complete and the implants have integrated with the bone, you will return to have your full arch bridge securely attached to the implants.

Every patient’s path is distinct, and we customise the treatment to align with individual requirements and situations. Our focus is on keeping you well-informed and engaged throughout the process, ensuring you receive the highest quality care and a personalised experience.

Can I Get Full Arch Dental Implants?

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Full arch dental implants are an excellent solution for individuals looking to replace dentures, those missing most or all of their teeth on the upper or lower jaw, or patients needing tooth removal due to severe decay, damage, or gum disease.

While most individuals seeking dental implants are suitable candidates, there are certain conditions where full arch implants might not be the best option. These include


Severe Jawbone Loss:

Without adequate bone support, implants may not be viable.


Specific Medications:

Medications, such as those for osteoporosis, might affect implant viability.


Severe Gum Disease:

Advanced gum disease needs to be treated before considering implants.


History of Implant Failure:

Patients who have previously experienced implant failures may face additional challenges.


Heavy Smokers:

Smoking can impede healing and affect the success of implants.


Systemic Diseases:

 Certain systemic conditions may impact implant success.

If you’ve been told that jawbone loss prevents you from getting dental implants, modern bone grafting techniques may offer a solution to strengthen your jawbone for implant placement.

For those with gum disease, we can provide treatment to help heal and prepare your mouth for full arch dental implants. The best course of action is to schedule an initial exam with us. If full arch implants are not suitable for you, we will work to find an ideal alternative solution.

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Considering Replacing Your Missing Teeth?

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If you’re looking to replace your missing teeth with full-arch dental implants or are seeking another solution for tooth replacement, we invite you to give us a call and schedule an appointment. You can have peace of mind knowing that our experienced team prioritises patient comfort and oral health. We are dedicated to providing you with excellent care and look forward to serving your dental needs.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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