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Full Arch

What is a Full arch?

Full arch dental restoration, also known as full arch reconstruction, is a procedure that involves replacing a full arch of missing or severely damaged teeth with a fixed, permanent restoration. This type of restoration is commonly used for patients who have lost all of their upper or lower teeth, or who have a significant amount of tooth loss in one arch.

The full arch restoration typically consists of a series of dental implants that are placed into the jawbone, and a custom-made bridge that is anchored to the implants. The bridge is made of high-quality materials such as zirconia or titanium, and is designed to look, feel and function like natural teeth.

The procedure for full arch reconstruction typically involves several appointments. The first step is to place the dental implants into the jawbone. Once the implants have fully integrated with the bone, the second step is to take an impression of the patient’s mouth and make the final bridge. Finally, the bridge is placed onto the implants, providing the patient with a full set of functional and esthetic teeth.

Full arch restoration offers many benefits, including improved function and aesthetics, increased self-confidence, and improved overall oral health. With proper care and maintenance, full arch restorations can last for many years, and can significantly improve the patient’s quality of life.