All-On-X Full Mouth Implants - Concord, NC
Full Arch Dental Implants
Can Deliver Smiles for Life
Enjoy a Life-Changing New Smile with All-on-X
If you have many missing or failing teeth, you’re likely experiencing issues with your oral health and self-esteem. After a tooth is extracted or falls out, the bone around the empty tooth socket starts deteriorating until it is completely reabsorbed. Tooth and/or bone loss can lead to functional issues such as shifting of surrounding teeth and an increased risk of decay and gum disease. Undesirable facial changes can occur over time without tooth roots to keep your jawbone healthy.
At Rogers Clark & Associates, we’ve seen firsthand how All-on-four to six full dental implants transform the smiles and lives of patients struggling with missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures. Our restorative dentist Dr. Robert Rogers has more than three decades of experience in general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, including extensive expertise in replacing missing teeth with dental implants. When you choose our practice to restore your incomplete smile, you’ll be grateful you chose full mouth dental implants in Concord, NC. You’ll never look back, but you will enjoy looking in the mirror more than ever!
Restore a Fully Functional Smile the Streamlined Way
All-on-X is a time-tested, proven technique in which four or more titanium implants are accurately and securely fixed in your jawbone on the day of surgery. This is an excellent tooth replacement option for upper, lower, or both arches. All-on-X allows placing more than four dental implants per arch for patients that need added stability.
Tilting the posterior (back) dental implants at a 45-degree angle usually prevents bone grafting, although many patients may require a bone grafting procedure. The anterior (front) implants can be placed vertically since bone loss is less common in front teeth. When you receive All-on-X full arch dental implants in Concord, NC, you’ll experience reduced surgical and postsurgical discomfort and a radiant, fully functional new smile!
The Benefits of All-on-X Full Mouth Dental Implants
- Streamlines the dental implant procedure
- Provides a cost-effective, permanent tooth loss solution
- Restores oral health, dental function, and smile aesthetics
- Prevents bone loss and related facial changes
- Enhances self-confidence and quality of life
- Requires the same oral hygiene care as natural teeth
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Traditional Tooth Replacement Options vs. Implants
Although traditional dentures may seem like the quickest and most cost-effective solution to replace missing teeth, they have many downsides. The bone that surrounded your natural teeth progressively deteriorates, resulting in ill-fitting dentures and the need for frequent relining. Common complaints include clicking, slipping, gum irritation, messy adhesives, speech problems, undesirable facial changes, and the need to limit foods. Bridges restore oral function, although they require modification of healthy teeth on each side of a false tooth, and bone loss continues because the missing tooth root isn’t replaced. Once full mouth dental implants integrate with your jawbone, you’ll be able to eat, smile and laugh naturally and without constraint. You’ll never have to worry again about slippage, messy adhesives, or dental-related facial changes!
Full-Arch Dental Implants
Dr. Rogers Says, "Age Is Just A Number..."
Because Your Smile Deserves Advanced Technology
At Rogers Clark & Associates, we offer top-quality full mouth dental implants using the most advanced technology, including Neodent® dental implants and NDX® NSequence fully guided implant surgery. We believe a picture is worth a thousand words but go one step further. We show patients who are considering full mouth dental implants the nSequence® Guided Prosthetics® Kit so they can get a better idea of what their new smile will look like. For most patients getting full arch dental implants in Concord, NC, we typically recommend oral sedation with the sedative medication Ativan, which is usually taken 90-120 minutes before your procedure and sometimes also the night before.
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