The Full mouth restoration process involves a series of dental treatments, typically including one or more of the following:
- Full mouth restoration with dental implants (i.e. All-on-6 and All-on-8)
- Dental crowns
- Fix dental bridges
- Porcelain Veneers
Treatments undertaken as part of a full mouth treatment will depend on the individual, and so New Smile Dental Group offers comprehensive information and advice to help you choose the correct treatments to achieve your desired results. A number of sessions will normally be required to complete a full mouth restoration.
During an initial consultation, we will discuss the results you desire, perform an examination and make a joint decision about what treatments would be most suitable. We use the latest techniques and technology to ensure the successful restoration of damaged smiles.
We will do our best to save your natural teeth. However, if your teeth are severely damaged it may not be possible to save them, in which case they may need to be extracted and replaced by using dental implants, crowns and/or fix bridges through the All-on-6 or the All-on-8 procedure. **Please be aware that if teeth extractions are require, they have to be completed about 4 to 6 months before the dental implants restoration. If a dental implant is loaded too soon after an extraction, it may moves which results in failure.**
Once the permanent restorations have been fabricated, they will be fitted and you can start enjoying your functional & beautiful smile. It is important that you are happy with the look of your new smile, which is why we are so eager to involve you in the treatment process.
Full mouth restoration in Costa Rica at New Smile Dental Group promises improved function and aesthetics, so not only will you be able to speak clearly and eat properly, but you will also be able to flash a radiant, rejuvenated smile. If the option of full mouth rehabilitation in Costa Rica is of interest or you simply want to find out more about the procedure and prices, please contact us on +1 (888) 6639764 or use the contact form at the top of the page. If you are tired of your current dentures moving around in your mouth, and think denture adhesive is bothersome, our permanent dentures replacement solution may be right for you.
Nothing is as gut wrenching or frustrating that dealing with the loss of your teeth. Our permanent dentures replacement solution consists of a dental bridge that is supported by six or more dental implants. By using dental implants to secure the permanent bridge, the need for denture adhesive is a thing of the past.Because the dental implants function like the natural roots, the permanent bridge will feel, look and act like your natural teeth did.
The full mouth rehabilitation in Costa Rica package designed by New Smile Dental Group, is recommended for patients who have lost more than 80% of their natural teeth.
In case you need full mouth restoration but extractions, bone grafting and/or sinus lift augmentation are also require then, you will need to complete these procedures about 4 to 6 months prior the full mouth with dental implants and fix bridges.
- 12 – 16 titanium true one piece-immediate load dental implants.
- Upper fix bridge of 12 to 14 units
- Lower fix bridge of 12 to 14 units
- Upper and Lower temporary bridge
- Panoramic X-rays
- Occlusal guard
- Medication (Pain medication, antibiotics & local anesthesia)
- No invasive surgery (Flapless procedure)
- Painless procedure with local anesthesia
- No waiting time – Immediate appointment confirmation
- Travel arrangements are not included
- Sinus lift and/or bone grafting (if require, has to be completed about 6 months before the implants restoration)
Dental Implant vs Bridge
Dental Implant vs Bridge
A single missing tooth can be replaced by a dental implant or a bridge. Chicago area dentist Dr. William Cohen has extensive experience with both of these treatments. Here are the pros and cons of each option.
Main Advantage of a Dental Implant
As you can see by comparing the two drawings, a bridge requires placing crowns on the adjacent teeth. A dental implant avoids involving the teeth on either side, and this is the main advantage.
Main Advantage of a Dental Bridge
A dental bridge is usually faster and easier, though not necessarily less expensive. It can be placed in two appointments, spaced maybe a week or two apart. A dental implant will usually require a healing period of maybe months before it can be finished.