Full-arch Solution Dental Implants

One Day Dental Repair with Full-arch Solution Dental Implants

If your teeth are missing or extremely rotten, you may have heard that snap-in dentures are your best option. However, that is no longer your sole choice. When replacing missing teeth throughout the entire arch, dental implants are a more cosmetically pleasing option than dentures.

Four to eight implants are put in the jaw to support a full arch of replacement teeth. Two posts are fastened into the hub, and a third set serves as the fifth set of teeth. Either the upper or lower jaw (or both) can benefit from them.

And the best part? At Gosford Dental Excellence, you can obtain a whole set of teeth in a day. In just one or two appointments, we can install implants and give you a full set of artificial teeth to restore your smile.

Reasons for Full-arch Solution Dental Implants

Improved oral health

Replacing missing teeth with dental implants helps to maintain bone density, preventing further deterioration of the jawbone and gums.

Greater aesthetics

Full-arch dental implants can improve the appearance of the face, restore the natural shape of the jawbone, and provide a more youthful appearance.

Increased comfort

Fixed implant-supported bridges provide a stable and comfortable restoration, unlike removable dentures that can be uncomfortable and unstable.

Excellent function

Dental implants allow patients to eat a wide variety of foods and provide the necessary bite force for efficient chewing.

Better speech

Dental implants support natural speech and prevent slurring or mumbled speech that can be caused by missing teeth.

Long-lasting results

Dental implants have a high success rate and can last for many years with proper care, providing a long-term solution for missing teeth.

Procedures Of
Full-arch Solution Dental Implants

Consultation and Examination

Treatment Plan

Implant Placement

Restoration Placement

Follow-up Care


Make appointments to maintain good oral health and prevent potential dental problems.