If you are missing most or all your teeth, pain when eating, a loss of confidence, and difficulty staying healthy can all hinder your ability to imagine life with a functional, attractive smile. But there is hope! Our skilled implant dentists at Smyl Manatee are trained in full mouth dental implants, with the experience to deliver a permanent new set of teeth that restores your health and quality of life. Full mouth dental implants replace all your failing and missing teeth with a strong, life-like smile that looks and feels real. Personalized to your needs and goals, this solution can put the limitations, pain, and embarrassment of tooth loss in the past for good. Begin the transformation by scheduling a consultation with our doctor today at Smyl Manatee.
We’re pleased to offer three solutions for replacing all your failing or missing teeth: traditional dentures, implant supported dentures, and permanent full mouth dental implants. Dentures, though the initially most affordable option, aren’t a long-term solution and may cause more problems than they solve over time. Implant supported dentures are dentures attached to dental implants that provide greater stability and function. Full mouth dental implants are the ultimate in full arch rehabilitation, permanently replacing all your failing or missing teeth with a fixed bridge of teeth attached to four or more dental implants.
While dentures seem like the “quick fix” for missing teeth, it’s important to know that healthier and more permanent solutions exist! Our dental implant team at Smyl Manatee is specifically trained in providing dental implants and has years of experience placing and restoring this life-changing solution. We invite you to learn about the process of receiving full mouth dental implants—a long-lasting, functional, and healthy alternative to removable dentures.
Implant Supported Dentures
Full Mouth Dental Implants
1 Personalized Consultation
During your personalized consultation, you’ll be able to discuss your particular needs, smile goals, and concerns as well as any health conditions we should consider. We may capture imaging, frequently from a CBCT scanner, to help us determine your candidacy for each tooth replacement solution. Most patients who come to us are already candidates for full mouth dental implants, however, if you have bone loss or gum disease, we will recommend receiving appropriate preliminary treatments.
2 Prescise dental implant placement
2 Prescise dental implant placement
On the day of your surgery, you’ll be able to check in to our front desk before being taken to your private suite. We ensure you feel relaxed throughout your visit; our patients typically report only minor discomfort, if any. Once you’re comfortable we’ll place four or more dental implants into pre-planned locations in your jawbone. We consider it our responsibility to ensure your implant is placed as accurately and successfully as possible to guarantee it lasts as long as possible.
3 Final Restoration and new beginnings
Your treatment site will need three or more months to fully heal after implant surgery. During this time each dental implant will fuse with the jawbone during a process called osseointegration. It’s this bond that offers dental implants the stability and function they’re known for. After healing, you’ll return to our office to receive your final restorations.
Dr. Nish Patel Discusses Rehabilitating Your Smile
Our full arch dental implants at Smyl Manatee are one of the best investments you can make in your smile and quality of life. Full arch dental implants won’t ever slip or fall out of your mouth or look unnatural. They’ll give you the stability to bite and chew any kind of food (including steak, raw veggies, and nuts) and will actually improve the health of your jawbone so it doesn’t shrink. In terms of your long-term quality of life, full mouth dental implants are the ideal choice, even if you have a failing dentition or severe bone loss.
Don’t let financial limitations stop you from receiving the high-quality and life-changing care you deserve. Our office staff will file claims to your dental insurance provider on your behalf. While some insurance companies offer limited coverage for dental implants, our team will work hard to help you get all the benefits your plan entitles you to. We also partner with trusted third-party financing companies to provide you with monthly payment plans that work for your family. Let’s talk about your teeth and how full mouth dental implants can fit within your budget! A fulfilling new chapter of your life awaits you. Embrace it!