Full Mouth Implant Options
Our team of experienced dentists can help you replace missing teeth and restore your smile and your confidence with dental implants.
Why choose us for your dental care?
Full Mouth Implant Options, Serving Ontario and the Greater Toronto Areas
Are you tired of living with loose dentures and struggling to eat and speak? Restore your smile and your confidence with dental implants.
Implant dentures provide a natural-looking, long-term solution for missing teeth. They are more comfortable and secure than conventional dentures, so you won’t have to worry about sore spots or denture movement. Dental implants will also restore your chewing ability, so you can have the freedom to eat whatever you like.
Advantages of Implant-Supported Dentures (Overdentures)
- Aesthetic and long-term solution
- Optimal comfort and function
- No need for denture adhesives
- Less gum irritation
- Fixed to the gums while speaking and chewing
- Help maintain bone level
- More natural overall appearance
Dental implants are placed in the jawbone to anchor your denture in place. The dental implants act like artificial tooth roots, providing stability and helping to maintain bone level. With conventional dentures, the bone will resorb, or shrink over time, which can cause the face to have a sunken look.
Types of Implant Retained Solutions
- Ball or locator-attached implant denture
- Bar-attached implant denture
- Screw-retained implant bridge
- Implant-supported full arch bridge/denture (All-on-4, All-on-6)
We offer several implant-retained options to meet your needs. Dental implant prostheses can be fixed or removeable. Fixed or secure implant dentures provide the best stability and chewing function. Once treatment is complete, you will have a full set of natural-looking teeth that function much like your own teeth would.
We also provide same-day implant dentures, called All-on-4 or All-on-6 implants. These can replace all the teeth on the upper and/or lower jaw, supporting them on four or six implants. This technique is an immediate solution, and you will leave the surgery with a full set of teeth.
Removeable implant dentures are supported either by snap-on attachments called locators or by a bar for added stability. The entire process of getting dental implants takes about 6 to 8 months. No matter which type of denture you choose, you can get a temporary solution so you won’t be without teeth for an extended period of time.
If you’d like to learn more about implant dentures, request a free virtual consultation by completing the Virtual Smile Evaluation below.
Payment Plan & Financing Options
Sunset Dental is proud to offer our patients a 0% interest payment plan so our patients can get the treatment they need, when they need it. Visit this page for more info on our 0% Payment Plan.
You are a suitable candidate for getting dental implants if you have one or more teeth missing in your mouth, have satisfactory physical and dental health, and you are not suffering from any chronic medical or dental illness. You may not be eligible for getting dental implants, if you are suffering from any systemic illness, pathology of the bones, or have any problems related to your heart, kidney or liver.
A dental implant is not a one-step process. Between waiting for your jaw bones to heal, scheduling visits to your dentist, and creating your crowns, the entire process generally takes 6-8 months to complete.
Dental implants represent one of the biggest advances in dentistry and have an overall success rate of about 95%. While every patient and implant case is different, many patients report minimal or no pain during the procedure.
The question of what dental implants cost is always one of the first to come up when discussing the topic. The cost of dental implants varies based on the complexity of the procedure, how many implants are needed, and the type of prosthetic tooth used. In the long run, over multiple years, implants can be the most cost-effective solution to missing teeth. At Sunset Dental, we offer an affordable dental implant payment plan, with 0% interest dental financing made available through PayBright. We will also provide a dental implant quote that includes all cost factors, which can also include bone grafting and other necessary procedures.
Some dental insurance plans will cover implants. Refer to your information package provided by your insurance company or call their customer service line. Alternately, our friendly receptionist can help determine your dental implant insurance coverage.
With proper care and maintenance, you can expect your implants to last a lifetime. However, the service life of an implant mainly depends upon your own oral hygiene maintenance. The better your oral health and hygiene, the longer will your implants last.
The most important requirement for the care of your dental implants, is to look after your oral health. You should consider your implants as your natural teeth, and brush and floss them regularly, as you should do for your natural teeth. In addition, you should take special care of the gums surrounding the dental implants, as, one of the major reasons of failure of an implant is gum and periodontal infections (peri-implantitis).
After implant surgery, the gums and mouth need time to heal before a crown or prosthetic tooth is placed. You are still able to use a denture during the healing period and we can always make provisions to have temporary teeth made. In some cases where dentures are worn, we ask patients to wear their dentures part-time if possible, during the initial healing period (3-14 days).
Although an exam, radiograph, or CT scan may be necessary to evaluate the amount of bone present, most patients have enough bone for the placement of implants. The longer a person has been missing teeth, the greater the amount of bone loss or atrophy that will have occurred. Sometimes insufficient bone will require the placement of a bone graft before implants are placed.
Depending on how severe it is and how well it has been controlled, gum disease can be a factor when having implants placed since it can lead to infection and implant failure. When possible, it’s typically better to address the gum disease and establish a good oral hygiene routine first, then proceed with the placement of implants.