Full Mouth Rehabilitation offers a range of benefits that go beyond just improving your smile. With this comprehensive approach, you can experience:
Our New Orleans dentist will work closely with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and goals.
With restorations secured by 4-6 dental implants, All-on-X is the most complex full mouth rehabilitation service, but it’s also the most transformative. We’ll get to know you and the state of your oral health, and take extra time to plan your treatment so when you wake up from the procedure, it will be with a brand new smile. Depending on your bone density and other factors, you may require bone grafting and other preparatory procedures to ready your mouth for dental implants.
Depending on your unique case, you will receive 4-6 implants in each arch to support your final restoration. With sedation and anesthesia, you’ll be completely comfortable during the procedure, or even asleep. Your dentist will place each implant directly into the jaw bone, where, over the course of the next several months, they will bond with the surrounding tissue.
In the weeks leading up to your implant placement, we’ll be hard at work custom-crafting your new smile. Depending on your oral health, we may be able to apply your final restoration immediately after placing your implants, so when you wake up from the procedure, you can take a look in the mirror and see the brand new you! Your dentist will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions to help streamline the healing process and encourage long-lasting outcomes.
The most comprehensive rehabilitative procedure, All-on-X features a fixed custom denture that is held in place by 4-6 implants. This type of restoration provides superior comfort and aesthetics, allows you to eat everything you want without worry, all while helping to maintain the health of your jaw bone.
Implant-retained dentures, also called “snap on” or “snap in” dentures, are a removable appliance that “snap” to several dental implants. They offer more comfort and stability than traditional dentures, but still need to be removed at night for cleaning.
Traditional dentures are removable sets of prosthetic teeth that are held in place through friction, suction, adhesives, or a combination of methods. They are the most affordable option and can provide natural-looking results, but require more frequent adjustments and replacement than other full mouth rehabilitation options.