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Full Mouth Implant Treatment

Full mouth implant treatment is a dental procedure utilized when a person has lost all their teeth. This treatment aims to create a complete set of teeth using implants, which replace the missing teeth. It's a comprehensive surgical process that requires a detailed evaluation to determine the patient's suitability. Each treatment plan is personalized to the patient's specific needs.

Full mouth implant treatment is suitable for individuals who have lost a significant number of teeth or have had all their teeth extracted. To determine if you are a suitable candidate, it’s recommended that you visit Clinic EGO and consult with our dentists for an accurate assessment.

This treatment may not be suitable for individuals with advanced uncontrolled diabetes, osteoporosis, insufficient jawbone, or those who consume excessive amounts of tobacco or alcohol.

Dental implants are typically made of titanium or titanium alloys.

Visits to the dentist are required after the placement of implants, during the attachment of temporary teeth, the fabrication of permanent prosthetics, and their placement. Moreover, routine dental check-ups are essential for maintaining oral health.

The duration of the treatment varies depending on the patient’s jawbone condition and other factors. The integration of implants with the surrounding bone and the establishment of a solid connection generally take between 3 to 6 months.

There is no specific age limit for this treatment. Instead, the patient’s general health and jawbone condition are evaluated to assess suitability.

You should make an appointment with the “Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery” department for this treatment.

Yes, temporary teeth can be used during the full mouth implant treatment process. They provide a temporary aesthetic and functional solution during the healing process of the implants, offering an attractive appearance and restoring dental functionality.

While smokers can undergo full mouth implant treatment, it’s worth noting that smoking can negatively impact the success of the treatment due to increased infection risk and delayed healing.

Implant-supported dentures or prosthetics are designed to mimic the natural structure of teeth and assist with chewing functions. After the treatment, there generally aren’t any significant restrictions on eating or chewing with implants. Implants provide a secure grip and enable safe chewing, allowing you to comfortably consume most types of food.