Fixed-In Full-Arch New Teeth in Blue Bell
If you have a mouth full of missing teeth or teeth that need replacement, Dr. Siegel can give you a full arch of new teeth that are permanently held in place with dental implants. With this state-of-the-art treatment, you can get an attractive new smile along with your natural chewing ability restored.
Experienced & Knowledgeable Implant Dentistry
Dr. Siegel has been creating beautiful new teeth that attach to implants for 25 years. For fixed-in full-arch new teeth, Dr. Siegel works in conjunction with a specialist who has 25 years of experience placing implants to ensure an optimal end result. Together, they ensure you will receive not only expert implant placement but also great-looking, long-lasting, stable and highly aesthetic new teeth.
A High-Tech, Efficient Procedure
Treatment begins with a 3D scan to determine the areas of densest jawbone that would be most ideal for implant placement. Once the procedure has been planned out, a surgical guide is created which ensures the implants are placed in exactly the correct location. This makes for fast and accurate treatment.
Long, specially designed implants are angled to increase bone-to-implant contact and can avoid the need for bone grafting. The implants are placed in the areas of the densest and highest volume bone for maximum support.
On the day of surgery, any remaining teeth are extracted and the implants are placed. The next day, an immediately functional and aesthetic temporary arch of teeth is attached. In three weeks’ time, once the implants have fully healed and integrated with the jawbone, Dr. Siegel will permanently affix your strong and beautiful final teeth.
How do patients usually describe the pain associated with getting a full-arch replacement?
Most patients don't report and pain associated with their dental implants procdure.
How long is the typical treatment time for full-arch teeth replacements?
Replacing a full arch of teeth takes only 2 to 3 visits to our dental office.
How long does it usually take for your patients to recover from a full-arch teeth replacement procedure?
3 weeks total until the entire procedure is complete.