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All-on-4® Treatment in Langhorne, PA

A Fixed, Natural-Looking Solution for Tooth Loss

If you struggle with tooth loss, our board-certified surgeons at Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants have a solution that can restore your smile in just one surgical visit. Full-arch restoration is a quick and healthy way to replace missing teeth while providing all the health benefits of dental implants. Dr. SalinDr. WeinerDr. Semanoff, and Dr. Nack offer full-arch restoration to patients in Langhorne, PA, and surrounding areas. If you live in Langhorne, PA, contact our office to schedule a consultation in Feasterville, PA, only five miles away.

Benefits of Full-Arch Restoration

Full-arch restoration uses multiple implants to hold a fixed prosthesis in one or both arches. Dental implants function just like natural teeth roots and stimulate the jaw bone to keep it strong. You can eat food comfortably with no dietary restrictions and, because your new teeth stay in place, you do not need to remove any dentures when eating or brushing.

There are no dental adhesives or special steps required when caring for your new teeth. Simply brush and floss regularly to keep them clean. Whether you are at the beginning of your tooth replacement journey or have been wearing removable dentures for many years and are ready for a better alternative, our surgeons at Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants will help you achieve the healthy, stunning smile you deserve.

Am I a Candidate for Full-Arch Restoration?

Many patients missing many or all of their teeth qualify for full-arch restoration. As long as there is enough healthy jaw bone to support multiple implants and you are healthy enough to undergo a general surgical procedure, you likely qualify for implant-supported dentures.

As experts in implant-based restoration, our surgeons offer many types of implants and will create a treatment plan specific to your needs. By using longer dental implants, such as Zygomatic implants, we help more patients qualify for dental implants. This also reduces or eliminates the need for bone grafting, which saves you more time and money.

Full-Arch Restoration Procedure

During your first appointment, we will take scans of your mouth and outline the steps of your treatment, including your anesthesia options. Our offices are equipped with state-of-the-art 3D imaging technology, and we offer many anesthesia and sedation options to choose from.

Only one surgical procedure is necessary to restore your smile. Your oral surgeon will place between four and six dental implants into the dental arch and attach a temporary prosthesis. After this procedure, you will leave our office with a new set of teeth. You will wear this temporary denture while the implants heal, which can take up to 6 months. After they have fully healed, your dentist will place your final prosthesis.

Where Can I Get Full-Arch Restoration in Langhorne, PA?

Our office in Feasterville, PA, is only five miles away from Langhorne, PA, right off of Bridgetown Pike (PA-213). If you live in Langhorne, PA, and struggle with missing teeth or seek an alternative to removable dentures, contact our Feasterville office today to learn about full-arch restoration.

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.