American institute of implant dentistry

American Institute of Implant Dentistry Faculty Practice


How to Choose the Right Provider?

Be confident in choosing your full mouth implant provider. After all, the treatment is complex and requires significant training beyond dental school and residency training. 

What Does The Full Mouth Dental Implant Process Look Like?

You can have a new smile in 3 simple steps: Consultation, Surgery with Fixed Temporary Teeth, and Delivering Final Teeth.

What Factors Impact Cost?

The cost of full mouth implant teeth depends on the level of clinical experience, the implant system cost structure, and the teeth materials. Most importantly, avoid choosing a provider solely based on the price. Quality matters.

Are Full Mouth Dental Implants Worth It?

When you lose a full mouth of teeth, you will consider whether you need to take a dental implant. This procedure requires a lot of money. Therefore, many people will ask: Are Full Mouth Dental Implants Worth It?

What Can I Eat After The Surgery?

Your diet is one of the most important components of recovery following full mouth dental implant surgery. Although we can place your implants, your care in following our experts’ recommendations is significantly critical to the treatment’s success.

What is a Full Mouth Immediate Implant?

Immediate full mouth implants get you in and out with fixed new teeth the same day.  Dental implants are titanium tooth roots placed in the jaw to support a strong artificial tooth or crown. 

What Systems and Materials Are Used?

The system and materials in the full mouth dental implant are on the technical side of implant dentistry. Still, it is important to know. Learning about them and what is best for you is crucial to successful treatment.

How Can I Maintain and Care For My Implant?

The daily care of full mouth implant teeth is very similar to the care of natural teeth. You should keep your implant teeth clean and plaque free twice a day using a toothbrush and Waterpik and go in twice a year for cleaning for your whole implants.

What Are The Risks of Receiving a Full Mouth Dental Implant?

Undoubtedly, risk exists in any medical treatment. However, infection or poor healing are both mitigated with proper aftercare maintenance. Clinician experience can help highly reduce the chances of implant failure.

Ten Important Questions to Ask at Your Dental Implant Consultation

Choosing the right provider is a critical decision in this life-transforming journey. Asking the right questions will give you the information and confidence to help you assess your prospective provider fairly. Use these questions when you are at a consultation to help yourself figure out if the provider is right for you