Prior to the technological breakthrough of Implant Dentistry, there is technically no permanent solution to replace missing teeth, particularly for those who have lost all of their teeth. With continuous development in dental technology, it is now even possible to replace a full jaw. A Fixed-Dental Bridge which is placed over a set of Dental Implants to replace your full jaw provides the best solution when you have lost all of your teeth.

The procedure combines durability, stability, and features great aesthetics to your mouth, thus letting it function as normal as having your natural teeth. A Fixed-Bridge over Dental Implants not only restores your mouth’s function, but it also preserves your natural facial appearance and prevents significant bone loss caused by losing all of your teeth.

Chair-Side Procedures

Necessary preparation is made to determine which options will best suit your specific condition. Your dentist will make a thorough examination of your mouth and some brief discussions to ensure a positive result on every procedure to be made.

The next step would be the surgical placement of the dental implants on your gums. This would replace tooth roots that were lost along with the natural teeth. The number of implants to be used depends on your specific condition. After successfully installing, temporary teeth will be attached to the implants. They will serve as protection and enables your mouth’s normal functions while waiting for your permanent dental bridge to be installed.

The next procedure involves attaching the permanent dental bridge on top of the dental implants. Meticulous steps and techniques will be done by your dentist to make sure the bridge is properly aligned and very natural in appearance. Your occlusion or bite will also be considered to make sure your new teeth will function properly.

The end result should be a new set of teeth that would be difficult to tell from natural ones, both for others and even you. Usually, and especially for people who’ve worn traditional dentures before, having a fixed-bridge over dental implants to replace their missing teeth creates a very positive and overwhelming confidence in them.



Removable Full Dentures are considered to be one of the best solutions if you have lost most or all of your teeth. But more often than not, they are only adequate in replicating the look of your natural teeth, and they fall short when considering their function and long term effect. Common complaints for removable dentures includes shifting out of place, feeling loose over time, and an embarrassing detachment while chewing or speaking. Furthermore, they won’t be able to prevent the gums and jawbones in shrinking with time.

Not only would this make your dentures progressively looser, but this will also exude a negative effect on your facial features, categorically speaking, it will make your face sag and make you look older.


The most viable solution is to support your full dentures with Dental Implants. Implant-Supported Removable Dentures are actually removable dentures that are securely anchored on two or more dental implants via either a ball or a bar attachment. In this way, the dentures are maintain in a sturdy and stable state providing better function and comfort, and most importantly, apart from allotting support for the dentures, the dental implants takes the place of the lost tooth roots, so further loss of valuable bone structure is prevented or minimized, thus ensuring you of confidence in both your oral health and facial appearance as well.


Chair-Side Procedures

The first step is the same as with any dental implant procedure, which consist of surgically placing the titanium-made implant screws directly on your jawbones to replace the missing tooth roots, and covering them for protection while they remain underneath the gums for about three to six months, the period where proper Osseo-integration or fusing between the titanium implants and jawbones takes place.

The next step would involve the removal of the protective covering of the dental implants to be able to place either the ball or bar attachment over them. The ball or bar attachment will serve as the connector to which the full dentures will be securely attached. This completes the very foundation to which your removable dental fixture will be placed.

The third and final step consists of the appropriate fitting and placement of your removable dentures. By using proper techniques, your dentist will make sure the dentures are sufficiently supported by the dental implants and perfectly blend with your mouth as well as with your facial features. Further instructions will be provided by your dentist on the proper and safe way to remove and put back your removable dental fixture.



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