For the patient that is missing an entire row of teeth.
We understand the importance of teeth, especially when missing a significant amount. It is all too often that a patient may experience difficulty eating, smiling, and an overall lack-of confidence with missing teeth. Fortunately, we now have a revolutionary solution for these patients that are missing their entire row of teeth that is affordable, quick, and reliable with the ability to restore smiles in one day.
The full arch restoration or implant supported denture, is a procedure that allows us to restore a smile immediately. Using a combination of dental implants and dentures we are able to provide a solution that works for nearly everybody and typically involves four dental implants that support a full arch bridge or denture that is not removable.
We know these procedures can be a scary thought and we are here to put your mind at ease. Drs. Bailey and Haghighi will go over every detail with you or your loved one during a consultation and determine the treatment plan that will best suit you. This often includes the option of sedation, a safe and comfortable method of suppressing your consciousness and anxiety during the procedure and is typically performed in our office. At Alpine Surgical Arts, Drs. Bailey and Haghighi do everything possible to make your experience safe, quick and comfortable.
Anesthesia options include:
A multitude of anesthesia options will be discussed and tailored for you during your consultation. At Alpine Surgical Arts, we prioritize your safety and comfort.
Local Anesthesia: Injectable anesthesia to numb a specific area for your procedure
Sedation Anesthesia: Intravenous (IV) anesthesia to help you relax
Relaxed and awake: you can answer questions and follow directions
Relaxed and drowsy: you may sleep through most of your procedure. You may hear sounds and voices around you and can be easily awakened.
Drowsy to lightly sleeping: you may have little to no memory of the procedure
General Anesthesia: IV anesthesia affecting the entire body producing unconsciousness and blockade of pain during your procedure
Have questions? Set up a consultation about full arch replacement with us.