It Is Possible To Be All Smiles
Full-arch restoration is a life-changing option for those with missing or decaying teeth. With this approach, patients can improve their oral health and experience the ease of everyday functions free from pain.
Oral Surgery Experts You Can Trust
Drs. Kempers, Nelson, and Hastings are trusted oral surgeons who specialize in transformative procedures, such as full-arch restoration. After years of successfully restoring oral health and confidence for countless patients, our oral surgeons are ready to design a treatment plan just for you.
Benefits of Full-Arch Restoration
There are many reasons to choose a full-arch restoration:
- Eliminate pain from tooth decay and damage
- Natural-looking prosthesis
- Implant-supported prosthesis helps prevent bone loss
- Complete and functional smile: be comfortable eating, speaking, and smiling
A Popular, Cost-Effective Solution
Superior to removable dentures, full-arch restoration is quickly becoming the method of choice for patients in need of multiple tooth replacement. In addition to delivering comfortable and natural-looking results, patients love full-arch restoration as a cost-effective solution to address their oral health issues.
Full-arch restoration relies on dental implants to achieve the exceptional results this procedure is known for. Using as little as four dental implant posts, an entire upper or lower prosthesis is placed onto the dental arch and fixed in place for the ultimate security.
Whitewater Oral Surgery Group uses the latest in 3D imaging technology to create high-quality digital impressions for accurate surgical mapping and restoration specifications. If the jaw needs additional support, a bone grafting procedure can be performed for successful dental implant placement.
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Invest in Your Oral Health
Untreated tooth decay or tooth loss can lead to other health problems and can even affect quality of life. It’s important to seek a qualified dental professional to get the treatment you need when you need it.
Learn about your tooth restoration options by giving us a call. Advances in technology and surgical techniques have enabled more patients to become successful candidates for dental implant-supported treatment.
Types of Anesthesia
Whitewater Oral Surgery Group uses three main types of anesthesia:
Local anesthesia is administered directly to the surgical site and only affects the local area. It is commonly used for minor procedures, such as simple dental extractions or small soft tissue biopsies.
Nitrous oxide is also known as laughing gas and is a mild sedative inhaled through a mask over the mouth and nose. It is often used in conjunction with local anesthesia. The effects of the gas will dissipate after breathing some oxygen for a few minutes after the procedure.
IV sedation is administered into the patient’s vein. This type of sedation is most commonly used during impacted wisdom teeth extraction, extensive dental implant surgery, or any surgical procedure that may be more complex in nature.