Full-arch implant treatment is the ultimate alternative to dentures while providing the ideal solution for patients whose teeth are missing or failing.
As they don’t require bone grafting, they are even suitable for those who have been told they aren’t eligible for dental implant treatment. Furthermore, the main implant surgery and teeth replacement takes place in one single visit for your convenience.
Here, at Leicestershire Dental Studio, we combine experts in full-arch teeth replacement to give you only the best results. The implant surgeon, full arch prosthetic technician & anaesthetist are all chosen due to their wealth of experience in providing full arch implant rehabilitation to ensure you are in the best hands.
We provide full and free no-obligation consultations to all patients considering the Teeth In A Day experience, enabling you to see if this procedure is right for you.
You are suitable for full arch dental implant treatment if:
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The cost of dental implants vary depending on the complexity of the case and the number of teeth being replaced. We have outlined some basic costs for dental implants in our online fee guide however for a more bespoke and accurate quotation, please contact the team and book in for a Implant consultation where this can be discussed in more detail.
Implants are an excellent long term solution for replacing missing teeth. With proper care and maintenance they can last for many years with studies showing 97% of implants were still working fine after 10 years!
Implants are one of the most natural and aesthetic looking tooth replacement options dentists have to offer. The implant surgeon and dental laboratory work together to ensure the implant and crown harmonise perfectly with your gums and remaining teeth. We all work towards one common goal which is to provide patients with high end aesthetic outcomes.
Most of the time, implant treatment is carried out under local anaesthesia and so the treatment is completely free of any pain or discomfort. For those of you who are more anxious, the treatment can also be carried out under sedation. Modern techniques and equipment are benefiting patients by allowing more comfortable surgery and faster recovery times.
Dental implant treatment times are getting shorter as the technology behind the treatment improves. After placement of the implant you could have a crown fitted and the treatment completed in as little as eight weeks from start to finish! In more complex cases this treatment time may be extended. The implant surgeon would be able to give a more accurate prediction of your treatment time at your free implant consultation.
As well as having healthy mouths, patients seeking dental implant treatment should be of good general health. Your implant dentist will carry out a thorough comprehensive assessment when you first attend the clinic and any dental work required in order to make your mouth and teeth healthy prior to implant treatment will be discussed. Additionally, your dentist may liase with your General Medical Practitioner in order to manage any health conditions you may have in preparation for your dental implant treatment. Due to advancements in technology, dental implants are now an option for most people looking to regain their lost teeth.
A dental implant needs enough bone around it for support. Your implant surgeon may take a CT scan in order to determine whether you have sufficient bone available to allow secure placement of the dental implants. If it turns out that you do not have enough bone available, procedures such as bone augmentation and grafting can reliably be used to build up bone around the implant and provide successful results.