People who have lost all of their teeth or who are soon to have their last, failing teeth removed have a number of different treatment options to choose from. One of the most reliable and advanced treatments that can be provided is for permanent, lifelike, prosthetic teeth to be permanently attached to dental implants that are then anchored in the jawbone.
Patients who need dental implants for all of their teeth would come to our dental surgery in Glasgow for an all in one full arch. An all on 4 full arch will look and function just like real teeth and will be maintained with the same oral hygiene practices such as brushing and flossing.
Apart from giving you a full set of teeth, an all on 4 full arch will allow normal function of the whole stomatognathic system (the mouth and jaws), this includes the nerves, muscles and jaw joints.
The fact that you’ll be permanently replacing your missing teeth and lost gum tissues means that you’ll be able to restore the support of the facial structures which will in turn create a more youthful appearance as well as giving you the ability to function as normal, with you being able to chew tough foods, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, speak confidently and smile.In the time that we’ve offered all on 4 full arch implants to patients in Glasgow, we’ve seen the treatment particularly transform the lives of people who are completely toothless, with the treatment giving them a solution that is more comfortable, secure and reliable than what removable dentures is.
This treatment also prevents the loss of jawbone density and volume that is inevitable when the teeth are lost, this is because the implants stabilise and stimulate the bone around them that maintains the bone dimension and strength.The dentists that we have at our surgery are trained to the highest standards in all aspects of dentistry, so you can expect a highly skilled dentist to be carrying out this treatment for you.
The dentist will use the most effective techniques, tools and equipment to carry out this treatment, this will ensure that the treatment is carried out to the highest possible standard.If you are interested in what an all on 4 full arch can offer then just get in touch with us today and arrange a consultation with one of our dentists.
When you come in for a consultation one of our dentists will then assess your suitability for the treatment and will be able to give you more information about the treatment and what’s involved.
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Floss or use an interdental brush every day to remove food, debris and plaque lodged between your teeth.
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