If you are missing most or all of your teeth, full-arch restorations can put a smile back on your face.
The Cosmetic Dentistry Institute in Troy, MI, offers a variety of options, including traditional and implant-supported dentures.
Talk to our award-winning dentists to discover which solution is right for you.
Full-Arch Restorations Can Revive Your Smile We Offer Traditional & Implant-Supported Dentures
If you have suffered extensive dental damage, or if you are missing all of your teeth, you can benefit from the secure and natural-looking full-arch implant restorations offered at the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute in Troy, MI.
Drs. Craig Goldin, Marcy Goldin, and David Whalen are dedicated to personalized care. We offer several types of restorations and will help you choose the right type for your needs after tooth loss.
If you desire the most secure and realistic restoration available, consider implant-supported dentures and implant-supported fixed bridges, such as the innovative ESTEEM DENTAL IMPLANTS solution. You'll never have to worry about your dentures slipping and embarrassing you.
We also offer traditional dentures, which can be a good option if you do not qualify for dental implants. At the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute, all of our full-arch restorations are custom-crafted from advanced materials so they are long-lasting and look like your natural teeth.
How Do Implant-Supported and Traditional Dentures Differ?
Types of Dentures
Traditional, Removable Dentures
Traditional, removable dentures are a simple and relatively fast choice to replace a full arch of teeth. Our dentists use advanced technology to achieve the glove fit patients desire. Using an i-CAT™ Cone Beam Scanner, the dentist will capture a 3-D image of your mouth. Then our lab meticulously creates a denture that fits securely over your alveolar ridge for greater confidence. For a natural effect, we color-match the plastic base to your gums.
The implant-supported dentures we offer are the ultimate in form and function. Our dentists have advanced training in placing these small titanium posts and use the latest technology to precisely anchor them for lasting results. Once the implants fuse with the bone they provide a secure base for your denture and prevent jaw recession. You can also set aside any concern that your dentures will shift or fall out as they are fixed in place. For optimum durability and a lifelike look, we use some of the finest denture materials available so that each tooth looks beautiful.
If you are first going to undergo full-mouth extractions, we can often fit you with a removable denture that will allow you to feel self-confident as your gums heal. Keep in mind that your gums will change shape as they heal, and you will need to return to the office so we can fit your permanent prosthetic.
Often we can also provide same-day dentures for people who have opted for dental implants. Immediately after your implant surgery, your dentist will attach a full-mouth restoration. This restoration will be temporary, but stable. After your jaw has fully healed from surgery, you will receive your permanent denture.
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Which Type of Full-arch Restoration Is Right for You?
Unfortunately when a tooth is lost, the bone that held it erodes. If you've been missing teeth for a while, then you may lack the bone density needed to support dental implants. Fortunately, undergoing a bone graft treatment may make you eligible.
If you have a chronic condition that may compromise healing, elective implant surgery may not be appropriate.
A traditional denture will cost less than an implant-supported restoration. Nevertheless, many patients find dental implants to be a worthwhile investment in their health, appearance, and quality of life.