Full Mouth Restoration Protocols are solution-based options that replace all of the teeth on either the upper jaw, the lower jaw, or both. Many patients arrive having had their natural teeth already removed, while others are just starting to evaluate alternatives to their natural teeth.Dentures can be used to replace one missing tooth, or as many as all of your teeth. There are two types of dentures – Full and Partial.

The  Full Mouth Dental Implant Restoration

The  Full  Treatment Protocol permanently replaces up to 12 teeth in either jaw, supported on five or six dental implants, in as little as three to 16 weeks. Full function and esthetics are restored, resulting in a long-lasting and healthy alternative to compromised teeth.

Upper  Full Arch Dental Implant RestorationHybridge Full Mouth Dental Implant Resoration – Upper Arch
Full Arch Protocol requires that any remaining upper teeth must be removed and the jaw must heal for 11 weeks before the six dental implants can be surgically inserted. We refer to this as a two-stage process. Temporary teeth will be inserted on the same day of the extractions so that there is never a time when a patient will go without teeth.

Full Dentures - Full dentures replace all of the teeth in the top and/or bottom section of your mouth, and are usually made from acrylic or porcelain.

full bridges or full dentures will be created for you and attached to small metal posts, called abutments, or the connecting device. After a short time, you will experience restored confidence in your smile and your ability to chew and speak.

Lower  Full Arch Dental Implant Restoration

Full Mouth Dental Implant Restoration – Lowerm Arch
Typically, the  Protocol for the lower teeth has only one surgical phase. Unlike the upper, the extraction of the remaining lower teeth and the surgical placement of the dental implants can be done in the same appointment. At the end of the surgical visit, temporary Hybridge teeth will be inserted immediately so that there is no time when a patient will go without teeth.