Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full mouth dental implants are the gold standard of care, providing both a beautiful appearance and maximum biting force for enjoying your favorite foods and living a fulfilling life.

What Are the Benefits of Full Mouth Dental Implants?

The Closest Thing to Real Teeth

While bridges and dentures may be designed to resemble healthy teeth, they cannot replace the support of tooth roots. The only permanent solution is dental implants. They offer the most natural solution to replace missing teeth, as they effectively recreate the same root system as natural teeth, resulting in a stronger and more reliable smile.

No Daily Removal or Discomfort

With dental implants, you can say goodbye to daily removal or discomfort. There’s no need to remove them to reapply adhesives or for nightly cleaning. You can wake up and go – without worrying about your teeth.

Longest Lasting Option

With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them an excellent investment for long-term tooth replacement.

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Cost & Insurance

Financing & Payment Options

We provide our patients with a comprehensive treatment plan and assist them in affordable payment options.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Implants?

Dental insurance coverage for implants can vary depending on the policy. While it is uncommon for insurance to cover the entire cost of a dental implant, some policies may cover a portion of the expense. It is important to check with your dental insurance provider to determine what is covered under your plan.

Dental Implant Cost

Dental implants may seem like a pricey option, but they can actually be a cost-effective solution in the long run. Our practice offers all-inclusive  pricing options to cater to a range of budgets. Learn more about the cost of our implant options.

Our Successful Dental Implant Solutions

Our passion for creating beautiful smiles has been going strong for over 15 years.

Fixing Multiple Missing Teeth

Full Mouth Dental Implants

Restoring an Entire Smile

The Full Mouth Dental Implant Process

5 Simple Steps To A New Smile


Free Consultation

You will receive a complimentary 3-D CBCT scan and consultation with a specialist to determine the optimal treatment options for your dental needs. Our team will assist you throughout the entire process, provide a precise cost estimate, and review payment alternatives. You will leave with a clear understanding of what to expect and what to pay.


Pre-Procedure Exam

We will conduct a comprehensive digital scan of your mouth and start designing your customized smile. Our treatment coordinators will ease your mind by answering any questions you may have.


Lab Techs Begin Working On Your Custom Teeth

With the use of state-of-the-art dental technology, our in-house lab technicians create your permanent teeth. We guarantee fast and efficient delivery of your prosthetics.


Post-Procedure Exam

After your jaw is healed, we will conduct several appointments to examine the bite, fit, and appearance of your permanent teeth. We will guarantee that the healing procedure is completed correctly and the inflammation and swelling decline naturally. During this period, you will have the option to select the shape, size, and shade of your teeth.


Your New Permanent Teeth

You can look forward to having a durable and beautiful set of custom-made teeth that can last you a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.
Should you ever need to make changes or require repairs, we have all your records on file so we can provide swift and effortless service without a long wait.

Are You Ready to Get Started?

Are you ready to find out for yourself if dental implants are right for you? You’ll meet with our doctor to discuss your treatment choices as well as the cost and payment alternatives available to you.

Dental Implant FAQs

Dental implants typically feel very similar to natural teeth once they are fully integrated with the jawbone. Initially, there might be some discomfort or soreness immediately after the implant surgery, but as the healing process progresses, most patients report that their implants feel secure and natural. Over time, you may even forget that you have dental implants as they become a seamless part of your mouth.

The timeline for returning to normal eating habits after dental implant surgery varies from patient to patient. In general, it’s advisable to stick to soft foods for the first few days following surgery to allow the surgical site to heal properly. After that initial period, you can gradually reintroduce harder and chewier foods as tolerated. Your dentist will provide specific guidelines based on your individual healing process and the complexity of your case.

Most individuals who are in good overall health and have sufficient bone density in their jaw are eligible candidates for dental implants. However, it’s essential to undergo a comprehensive evaluation by a qualified dental professional to determine your suitability for the procedure. Factors such as gum health, medical history, and lifestyle habits may also influence your eligibility for dental implants.

Yes, it is possible to receive dental implants years after a tooth extraction. In fact, dental implants can be placed months or even years after an extraction once the extraction site has fully healed and the surrounding bone has stabilized. However, it’s essential to consult with a dental implant specialist to assess the condition of the extraction site and determine the appropriate timing for implant placement.

Absolutely. Dental implants offer a highly effective solution for replacing missing teeth. Whether you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire arch, dental implants can be customized to meet your specific needs. Your dentist will conduct a thorough examination and develop a personalized treatment plan to restore your smile and improve your oral health with dental implants.

Dental implants are placed in one day and you walk out with a new smile! If you need additional procedures done like bone grafting, that will be done separately, before your implant procedure. The healing process will take longer than a day, but you will be able to eat and drink post appointment and generally carry on with normal activities as you heal from surgery. Advancements in implant technology and surgical techniques have reduced treatment times significantly in recent years.

Most patients report minimal discomfort during the dental implant procedure, which is performed under local anesthesia to ensure a pain-free experience. After the surgery, some mild soreness, swelling, or bruising around the implant site is normal and can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication and cold compresses. Overall, the level of discomfort associated with dental implants is generally well-tolerated and far outweighed by the long-term benefits of restored oral function and aesthetics.