Traditionally, missing teeth have been corrected with dentures, which are custom-made full arches of teeth that are essentially glued on top of the gums. While dentures are inexpensive and still serve a purpose even to this day in modern dentistry, they are problematic: they move and slip on the gums over time (resulting in pain and inflammation), they often result in jaw bone deterioration, they’re bulky and uncomfortable, and they have to be removed every night and cleaned/sanitized.
Today, the true gold standard of missing teeth replacement is full mouth dental implants. Unlike dentures, implants are surgically installed into the bone of the jaw, meaning they are anchored in place and never move or slip. Full mouth dental implants also never have to be removed (unless they need to be repaired), meaning you care for and maintain them just as you do your natural teeth, with regular brushing and flossing. Implants also look and feel incredible, and result in a beautiful new smile for the full mouth dental implant placement. Implants are also durable, and restore up to the 99% of the strength, durability, and biting/chewing power of your natural teeth.
As incredible as full mouth dental implants are when it comes to missing teeth replacement, standard implants used by most dental implant clinics are not without their own set of flaws. Many practices use implants that are milled from solid block zirconia; while zirconia is a wonderful material that results in brilliantly transformed smiles, full zirconia implants can often feel ‘heavy’ and bulky in the mouth. These restorations are slimmer, more durable, more comfortable, and 47% lighter than full mouth dental implants made from solid block zirconia.
In addition to structural reinforcement with surgical grade titanium, Renew full mouth dental implants using the four-layer design also utilize a space-age PEEK (polyetheretherketone) composite substructure to absorb up to 75% of stress and shock, which causes far less stress on the implants and results in increased durability, reliability, and functionality over a lifetime of use. The crowns, however, are milled from full zirconia which result in a truly stunning and beautiful smile that looks and feels just like natural teeth. Our restorations are also highly resistant to cracks, stains, and chips, and provide the highest flexural strength and abrasion resistance of any type of full mouth dental implant on the market.
In addition to our truly state-of-the-art materials and design, another thing that makes the Renew full mouth dental implant process superior is our dedication to customizing the patient process. Many practices and implant clinics treat full mouth restorations with a one-size-fits-all approach, but the truth is, every patient’s oral landscape and smile goals are different. As a Renew implant patient, Dr. Das will work directly with you to fully customize your treatment process.
We use cutting-edge 3D facial scanners to provide a detailed digital preview of your smile, and we never begin treatment until you are satisfied that the end result will be a gorgeous, stunning new smile that you’re proud to show off. We are also happy to provide second opinions on implant procedures, and are often able to find patients a restorative solution even when other practices in the Webster, TX, area turn them away as a result of bone loss or gum inflammation.
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