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Full Arch Dental Implants are a Permanent Solution to Tooth Loss 

A long-term solution to extensive tooth loss, full arch dental implants offer a highly effective, permanent solution to restoring health, function and cosmetic appeal to your smile. Relying on strategic surgical placement of a series of implants (typically four to six), full arch dental implants integrate with the underlying jawbone to deliver unrivaled stability and longevity for replacement teeth. This implant treatment is completed with the attachment of a full arch prosthetic, that looks, acts and feels like natural teeth.

How Full Arch Dental Implants Work

A Full Arch Dental Implant is a series of 4-6 implants to restore and treat an entire arch. Studies have shown a high success rate for over 35 million Americans who elect for Full Arch Dental Implants as a viable long term solution. Full Arch Dental Implants are generally chosen for their stability, comfort, and longevity by the patient. Have more questions regarding Full Arch Dental Implants with Vienna Family Dentistry? Contact us today!

Benefits of Full Arch Dental Implants

Eat the foods you love - Unlike dentures, your dental implants are attached directly to your jawbone, acting like the roots of your teeth. Once the implant is healed you will have no dietary restrictions and be able eat what you want without fear or anxiety.

Stability of implant structure -  The implants are attached directly to your upper and lower jawbone. This provides a greater level of strength and stability to the implants. 

Prevents bone loss - When teeth are missing, the underlying jawbone begins to degrade. Dentures do not stop or prevent this process. Dental implants prevent bone loss and promote bone growth. 

Comfort - Full Arch Dental Implants or All on "X" Implants are reported to be more comfortable by patients and are proven to be more stable than traditional dentures. Dentures require adhesive to securely hold them in place. This adhesive can affect the taste of food and does not always hold. Full Arch Dental Implants do not require any adhesives. 

Longevity - With regular brushing and flossing the implant screw itself can last a lifetime. The typical length of time for the longevity of the implants themselves is ten to fifteen years but can also last for a lifetime. It is still always important to visit your dentist every 4 - 6 months for routine checkups and cleanings.

Self-confidence - Full Arch Dental Implants are designed to look very natural and provide a brighter smile. Full Arch Dental Implants are anchored in place so there is no worry of them ever falling out while talking or eating. 

To find out if you're a candidate for Full Arch Dental Implants, to learn more, or to discuss financing options, contact us at Vienna Family Dentistry today!

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