Full Mouth Dental Implants Costs

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Which full mouth implants treatment options is for me? What are my options? How much do they costs?

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Living with Full Jaw Missing Teeth

Having full dentures or soon-to-be endentulous jaw is a daunting and stressful situation. Unsure what to do next?

What are my full jaw missing teeth options?

Basic ways to replace full jaw missing teeth :

  1. Full dentures that most conventional and economical way to replace full jaw misisng teeth
  2. Implant-support dentures with implant posts as retention support
  3. New full set of dental bridges over dental implants that acts as new tooth roots
  4. A one piece hybrid dentures (sometimes called hybrid bridge) fitted onto dental implant posts, most commonly know as All-on-4 implants

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Comparing Each Option

Options

Benefits

Considerations

Full dentures

  • Most economical
  • Can be done for all types of bone conditions
  • Slips and slides
  • May fall out while talking and eating
  • Unable to chew with force

Implant-supported dentures

  • Relatively economical; uses 2 to 4 implants (per jaw)
  • Can be done for most types of cases with sufficent front bone
  • Provides secure retention and keeps full dentures in place
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Unable to chew with full force
  • Removable prosthese so will need to take care of overdentures daily

Full bridge over implants

  • Able to chew with full force
  • Feels, looks and functions like new set of natural teeth
  • clean and maintain simliar to natural teeth except it will never decay
  • High costs; uses 6 to 8 implants (per jaw)
  • Requires sufficient bone for implant placement is specific locations

Hybrid bridge/dentures over implants
(known as All-on-4)

  • Can be done for most types of cases with sufficent front bone
  • Fixed retention and prostheses
  • For selected cases, immediate function whereby provisional fixed hybrid bridge is obtained after implant placement
  • High costs; uses 4 to 6 implants (per jaw) and will require at least 2 sets of hybrid bridges
  • Difficult to clean and maintain over long-run
  • Requires adjustments over time
  • More risky

Which Option is for Me?

Factors to take into account before deciding which treatment option is for you:

  1. bone condition : do you have sufficient bone support for each option
  2. expected end results for use and maintanence : do you want a fixed or removable option? What are your oral hygiene habits do you have?
  3. budget

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