If you are missing one or more teeth, Full Mouth Implant Hybrids offer a stable, long-lasting replacement option that will restore the form and function of your smile and give you peace of mind. With these dental prostheses, you won’t have to worry about your tooth replacement shifting in your mouth or falling out. You can rest assured that with Full Mouth Implant Hybrids from Delaware Dental Studio, your smile will be fully restored, giving you carefree confidence.
When people think of dentures, the image that typically comes to mind is a bulky replacement that fits over your gums and looks less than natural. However, Full Mouth Implant Hybrids offer more stability and a more seamless appearance. Traditional dentures fit over your gums and are held in place by friction, which means that they have the potential to slide, shift, and move in your mouth. Full Mouth Implant Hybrids attach to artificial tooth roots (implants), and this ensures that your dentures won’t shift when you speak or chew and that your smile looks natural.
To begin treatment, Dr. Fee will insert a minimal number of implants into your jaw bone and gum tissue. These implants are small titanium posts that will eventually function as artificial tooth roots once they heal. During the healing process, your implants go through a process known as “osseointegration”, which means that they bond permanently to your jaw. Once the healing and osseointegration process are complete, Dr. Fee will create your custom denture. Full Mouth Implant Hybrids “snap” into place and attach to your dental implants to provide a stable, durable, and functional replacement option for patients with missing teeth.
If you’re interested in the benefits of Full Mouth Implant Hybrids, contact our team at Delaware Dental Studio to schedule a consultation with Dr. Fee. She has years of experience placing dental implants, and at your appointment, she can help you understand if this restorative option is right for you, your lifestyle, and your budget. You can reach us at (302) 475-0600 or come to our office at 2500 Grubb Rd, Suite 130, Wilmington, DE 19810. Take the first step towards restoring your smile today!