Missing multiple teeth can be detrimental to your overall health and your confidence. We offer full-arch dental implants to give your your smile back and restore the function of your bite. Call today to schedule a consultation!
Our high-quality dental restorations will look and feel natural.
Dr. Kimball is an implant expert and you’ll always feel informed and confident in his care.
Dental implants are the only way to avoid jaw bone resorption after tooth loss.
If you are tired of ill-fitting dentures, full-arch dental implants may be the right option for you!
Dr. Kimball offers the whole implant process under one roof for a convenient, comfortable treatment.
A dental implant is the only way to avoid bone resorption after tooth loss.
Dr. Kimball is an implant expert and he will ensure that your restoration looks and feels natural.
Dental implants can last a lifetime, which makes them a cost-effective option.
Implants help prevent bone detrimental symptoms of missing teeth, such as bone resorption.
We offer the entire implant treatment process under one roof, so you won’t need to visit multiple offices to get your new smile.
For patients in need of a replacement option after losing most or all of their teeth, full-arch implants offer a permanent solution that looks and feels natural. Unlike single-tooth implants, full-arch implants are meant to replace an entire arch of missing teeth. Using a series of 4-6 implants and a custom-designed restoration, full-arch implants restore the function and aesthetics of a smile. This life-changing treatment can give patients their smiles back whether they lost teeth due to an injury, disease, or other severe dental issues.
Age, trauma, disease, or other oral health issues could lead to the loss of multiple teeth. In this case, full-arch dental implants may be the best way to restore your smile. Many patients consider full-arch dental implants if they are unhappy with their dentures and would like a tooth replacement option that feels more stable and looks more natural. Whether you have recently lost multiple or most of your teeth, or you are looking for a restorative option to replace your full-arch dentures, we can help!
For the most part, caring for implant-supported teeth is the same as caring for your natural teeth. Full-arch implants are just as prone to infection and bacterial build-up as real teeth, so it’s important to keep up with a proper oral hygiene routine. Make it a point to clean your implanted teeth after each meal to help to maintain the longevity of your restoration and your overall oral hygiene. Special dental instruments and brushes designed to clean different types of implants are also available. Ask Dr. Kimball about his recommendations during your consultation!