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Full-Arch Restoration

Restore Your Smile With Implant-Supported Dentures

At Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, our oral health experts provide healthy restorative solutions for patients experiencing tooth loss. If you’re missing most or all of your teeth, Dr. SalinDr. WeinerDr. Semanoff, and Dr. Nack can rebuild your smile and confidence through full-arch restoration, a treatment that uses dental implants to secure a fixed denture. Contact our practice in Feasterville, Newtown, or Abington, PA, to find out how our board-certified oral surgeons can change your smile—and your life—in just one surgical visit.

The Benefits of Full-Arch Restoration

Full-arch restoration is a revolutionary way to transform your smile. Using several dental implants and a fixed denture, we can restore one or both arches of teeth. There are many benefits of full-arch restoration, including:

Eat your favorite foods with the stability of implants
Enjoy the full flavor of food without a denture covering your palate
Prevent jaw bone loss and preserve facial structure
Eliminate the inconvenience of removable appliances
Reduce or eliminate the need for bone grafting
Feel confident about your smile again

Full-Arch Restoration Procedure

At the first appointment, we will take 3D scans of your mouth to evaluate the status of your oral health. Using these images, your oral surgeon will create a custom treatment plan for restoring your smile and discuss your options for anesthesia or sedation. IV anesthesia is often used for full-arch surgery, but we offer many options to choose from based on your level of anxiety and the complexity of your procedure.

During the procedure, your oral surgeon will first extract any remaining teeth in the dental arch. Then, your surgeon will make incisions in the gum tissue and insert the dental implant posts. We will place a temporary prosthesis over the implants to wear while you heal. After this surgical procedure, you will leave our office with a brand new smile.

Once the implants heal, your dentist will attach the final denture. This prosthesis is custom-made to fit your mouth and will look and feel just like a healthy arch of natural teeth.

What Are Overdentures?

Full-arch restoration involves attaching a fixed dental bridge to multiple dental implant posts. With a fixed bridge, your replacement teeth will not come out unless they are removed by your dentist. Overdentures, however, are removable dentures attached to dental implant posts.

Your denture will fasten to the implants and remain in your mouth throughout the day, and you will snap them out at night. Removable implant-supported overdentures are more cost-effective than a fixed prosthesis and provide the same health benefits of dental implants. Fixed dentures and removable overdentures are healthy solutions for tooth loss. While removable dentures slip around, cause oral sores, and do not preserve the integrity of the jaw bone, implant-supported dentures provide stability and protect oral health.

Full-Arch Restoration in Feasterville, Newtown, and Abington, PA

In just one surgical visit, our board-certified oral surgeons can restore confidence, health, and beauty to your smile. Contact Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants to learn about implant-supported dentures and begin your smile transformation journey. We proudly offer full-arch restoration in Feasterville, Newtown, and Abington, PA.

Types of Anesthesia

We offer a variety of choices to ensure a comfortable oral surgery experience.

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Local Anesthesia

Administered through a syringe, a local anesthetic numbs only the surgical site. The effects can last up to several hours. We often pair local anesthesia with another type of anesthesia or sedation.

Nitrous Oxide

Commonly known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is inhaled through a mask. It provides mild sedation and pain relief and is often combined with other options, such as oral sedation, for optimal effect.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia will render you totally unconscious. This option is reserved for complex surgeries such as orthognathic surgery or facial reconstruction.

Intravenous (IV) Anesthesia

Your surgeon will inject the sedative into the vein, which will render you into a semi-conscious state. Also called twilight sedation or twilight dentistry, this option is ideal for extensive procedures or highly anxious patients.