June 7, 2022

It can be tough to bite and chew properly when you have lost multiple teeth or are facing significant tooth loss, and this can affect your self-confidence and ability to show off a healthy smile.

We use state-of-the-art methods at Arch Dental Implants & Oral Surgery to fully rehabilitate smiles, resulting in second chances for anyone facing significant tooth loss. You may be a good candidate for full arch restoration with us if you have lost teeth or anticipate having multiple teeth removed.

The Benefits

We have extensive experience providing full arch restoration with the All-on-X method, which lets us replace multiple teeth using as few as four dental implants. The benefits of this method include:

  • Long-lasting results.
  • Replacement teeth that look and behave like your natural teeth.
  • Ongoing bone stimulation, preventing jawbone reabsorption.
  • Minimal impact on your healthy, neighboring teeth.
  • Abbreviates procedure and recovery times.

Ideal Candidates

You likely qualify for full arch restoration if you have lost multiple teeth or need to have multiple teeth extracted. If you have also lost jawbone density or volume, a bone graft may be required to prepare for your implant placement.

What is Involved in the Process?

During your initial consultation, we will review medical images, answer your questions, and provide more information about your treatment options. Full arch restoration is done with full anesthesia and long-lasting Exparel®, promoting comfort and recovery. We also use X-Nav technology to ensure precise implant placement, increasing the likelihood of surgical success.

Types of Replacement Options

All-on-X offers a variety of replacement options tailored to your individual needs, including full arch replacements and partial arch replacements. Depending on the condition of your oral health, All-on-X is a good option for single tooth replacement or complete dental restorations. It can also provide support and anchoring for larger prostheses such as dentures.

Recovery Phase

Following your dental restoration, you must devote several days to rest and recovery. We provide our patients with a long-lasting, global anesthetic called Exparel, which keeps you comfortable for at least 72 hours and significantly reduces the need for narcotic painkillers.

You’re in Good Hands with Us

Missing teeth can cause a drop in self-confidence, plus difficulty eating and chewing your favorite foods. Full arch restoration provides a second chance even if you have lost multiple teeth. Schedule a consultation with Arch Dental Implants & Oral Surgery at (215) 774-1066 to learn more.