Full Mouth Dental Implants - Arlington, TX

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"I Was Born With Dental Issues So I Knew I Had To Do Something, Dental Implants Were The Answer."

Celebrate a Renewed Smile: Your Guide to Full-Mouth Dental Implants

Welcome to DFW Implant Center where our skilled periodontist Dr. Farhad Boltchi leads the way in full-mouth dental implant solutions. Dr. Boltchi represents the best option in Arlington, TX for receiving a brilliant brand-new set of full mouth implants. Our team is experienced in restoring smiles and oral health through comprehensive treatments, understanding the profound impact of missing teeth on your life.

Whether it’s due to injury, decay, or other oral health issues, we’re here to help you achieve a complete, confident, and healthy smile. Discover how DFW Implant Center can guide you on your journey to a revitalized smile and improved quality of life by calling 817-663-4704 if you’re a new patient or 817-467-7731 if you’re a current patient. You can also keep reading the helpful guide below to learn more. 

"Are your missing or damaged teeth causing you pain? Is your dental health making you self-conscious? It's time for a change."

What Are Full-Mouth Dental Implants?

Full-mouth dental implants also known  All-on-X, are a permanent and comprehensive solution for replacing an entire set of missing or failing teeth in the upper or lower jaw. This process involves surgically implanting a series of dental anchors into the jawbone, which then fuse with the bone for stability. 

This innovative solution provides improved stability, oral health, and the ability to eat, speak, and smile with complete confidence, making it a reliable, long-term option for those seeking full-mouth dental implants for teeth restoration.

Benefits of Full-Mouth Dental Implants

Full-mouth dental implants offer a range of remarkable advantages for individuals facing extensive tooth loss or oral health issues. These benefits include:

  • Enhanced Stability: Full-mouth dental implants provide a secure, permanent solution, eliminating the need for adhesives or worries about slipping that come with traditional dentures.
  • Improved Oral Health: Full-mouth implants promote healthier gums and bone density by stimulating natural bone growth and preventing further bone loss.
  • Natural Appearance: Implant-supported teeth look and feel like natural teeth, enhancing your smile’s aesthetics and your self-confidence.
  • Improved Speech: Unlike removable dentures, full-mouth dental implants enable natural speech without slurring or difficulty.
  • Enhanced Chewing Ability: You can comfortably and efficiently eat a wide variety of foods, restoring your dietary choices and overall nutrition.
  • Durability: Full-mouth dental implants are designed to last a lifetime, ensuring a long-term, cost-effective solution.

Why Choose Dr. Boltchi: A Periodontist With Over 25 Years Of Implant Dentistry Experience

Dr. Boltchi is a skilled periodontist and an experienced dental professional, specializing in advanced implant procedures that address the gums and underlying bone structures supporting teeth. Unlike many general dentists, Dr. Boltchi and the clinical team at DFW Implant Center possess the expertise, skill, and cutting-edge technology required for even the most complex dental implant transformations, revitalizing damaged smiles. Dr. Boltchi’s extensive experience encompasses various dental implant procedures, including implant-supported dentures and full-mouth dental implants. 

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Who Qualifies for Full-Mouth Dental Implants?

You may qualify for dental implants if you have:

  • Good General Health: Candidates should be in good health to undergo the implant procedure. Chronic medical conditions that may affect the healing process should be managed and well-controlled.
  • Adequate Bone Density: Sufficient bone density in the jaw is crucial for implant support. In cases of bone loss, bone grafting or other procedures may be necessary to build up the bone structure.
  • Healthy Gums: Healthy gum tissue is vital for the success of dental implants. Any existing gum disease or periodontal issues should be treated before implant placement.
  • Commitment to Oral Care: Candidates must be committed to maintaining excellent oral hygiene and regular dental check-ups following the procedure to ensure the long-term success of the implants.
  • Realistic Expectations: Candidates need to have realistic expectations about the procedure’s outcomes, recognizing that full-mouth dental implants may take time to complete and involve multiple stages.

The Full Mouth Dental Implant Process

Step 1: Consultation with Dr. Boltchi

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To determine the most suitable dental implant surgery for your unique needs, a thorough consultation is essential. During your initial consultation, Dr. Boltchi and his team will use advanced imaging technology to adequately determine which type of implant procedure will be most beneficial for you and your oral health needs.

In some instances, bone grafting procedures may be required to build up enough jawbone to accept and support an implant. You may also need to have a tooth extracted or have multiple teeth extracted to make room for the new implants. 

Step 2: Implant Surgery

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If you are deemed an adequate implant candidate after thorough consultation, the team at DFW Implant Center will schedule your implant surgery. Again, the complexity of each patient’s case can vary greatly depending on a variety of oral health considerations. Typically, however, implant surgery is completed in a single visit to our practice in Arlington, TX. This is when Dr. Boltchi places the titanium implant posts, as well as the provisional PMMA full arch.

For the safety and comfort of each patient, DFW Implant Center also offers a full range of sedation options. In many instances, patients do not even remember the procedure itself! Transportation to and from the office will have to be arranged in the event that full sedation is used.

Step 3: Follow-Up and Recovery

Last but not least, it’s imperative to maintain the follow-up and recovery protocols set forth by the dental experts at DFW Implant Center. In order for full healing to occur, the titanium implant post must accept and permanently fuse with the jawbone. Depending on a variety of factors, this process can take anywhere from three to eight months.

Aftercare for Full-Mouth Dental Implants

Some aftercare tips for dental implants include:

  • Oral Hygiene: Maintain excellent oral hygiene by brushing and flossing your implant-supported teeth regularly. Use a soft-bristle toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste to avoid damaging the prosthetic teeth.
  • Regular Dental Check-Ups: Schedule routine check-ups with your dentist or implant specialist. These appointments allow professionals to monitor the health of your implants and ensure there are no issues.
  • Dietary Choices: While full-mouth dental implants provide improved chewing ability, avoid extremely hard or sticky foods that could potentially damage the prosthetic teeth. A balanced diet is essential for overall oral and general health.
  • Avoid Smoking and Excessive Alcohol: Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can have a detrimental impact on your oral health and the longevity of your dental implants. It’s best to quit smoking and limit alcohol consumption.
  • Mouthwash and Antiseptic Rinses: Dr. Boltchi may recommend the use of antimicrobial mouthwash or antiseptic rinses to reduce the risk of infection and promote gum health.

Frequently Asked Questions

The timeline for full-mouth dental implants varies based on individual cases, including the need for preparatory procedures. While some may complete the full mouth implant and process in several months, more complex cases may require a treatment process of longer duration.

Whether full-mouth dental arch implants are covered by insurance can vary widely depending on your specific dental insurance plan and provider. Some dental insurance policies may completely cover full arch dental implants or offer partial coverage for implant procedures, while others may not cover them at all.

Check your dental insurance policy and consult with your insurance provider to understand the extent of your coverage. Additionally, your dental provider can assist you in verifying your insurance coverage and can help you navigate the financial aspects of the procedure and a personalized treatment plan.

Full-mouth dental implants are a permanent, non-removable denture solution for tooth replacement. Unlike removable dentures, they do not require adhesives, offer superior stability, and closely mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth.

Full-mouth dental implants are designed to be a long-term solution. With proper care and maintenance, the implants themselves can last a lifetime. You may need to have the restoration replaced every ten or so years due to normal wear and tear. Routine check-ups and excellent oral hygiene practices are key to ensuring their longevity.

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Transform Your Smile and Life with Full-Mouth Dental Implants

Say goodbye to the pain, discomfort, and self-confidence challenges caused by missing teeth. Schedule an appointment and take the first step towards improved oral health by calling DFW Implant Center at 817-663-4704 if you’re a new patient or 817-467-7731 if you’re a current patient. You can also fill out the contact form below and one of our friendly team members will get back to you shortly. We’re proud to serve patients from Arlington and surrounding areas such as Irving, Fort Worth, and Grapevine. 

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