Frequently asked full mouth dental implants questions

Below are the most common dental implant questions. Find all the answers to your implant dentistry questions here

AIID Faculty Practice provides a full range of dental implant therapy, including:

  • Full mouth immediate implant teeth (all on 4 ™, teethXpress™, Teeth in a Day™, Same Day Teeth™, Teeth in an Hour™)
  • Full mouth dental implants
  • Immediate implant teeth for partially missing teeth
  • Partial arch dental implants
  • Dental implants to restore the arch
  • Single-tooth implant
  • Zirconia Ceramic Implant (metal free implant)

Depending on the number of implants and the kind of maxillofacial surgery a patient receives, the dental implant procedure can last anywhere from an hour to a half day appointment.

Some implant procedures are a big process taking months, but we believe that you should be able to have a new smile when YOU want. Whenever you set the appointment is when you will have your new teeth!

We recommend the following steps for your daily home care hygiene routine around your full mouth immediate teeth and supporting dental tooth implant:

1. Brushing
2. Use a Waterpik®
3. Use a Rubber Tip Gum Stimulator

While discomfort may vary from person to person, most people report that receiving dental implants is much less uncomfortable than they expected. During the surgical implant procedure, your dentist will administer an anesthetic, so you should feel minimal discomfort. Your dentist may also prescribe you painkillers after the surgery to help you feel better.

The cost of full mouth implant teeth depends on the level of clinical experience, the implant system cost structure, and the materials used for the teeth. Each full mouth dental implant provider has different prices. At AIID Faculty Practice, we offer one set fee. No matter how complex your procedure is, our prices do not change. Only the materials used to create the full mouth implant and the implant system will affect the price. When choosing a provider, it is important to consider not only the price but also the quality. After all, full mouth dental implants will significantly impact your life.

During the first four weeks, we recommend soft foods. Any kind of food which don’t require a lot of chewing forces, such as: over-cooked pasta, mashed potato, risotto, puree of vegetables and, thin fish.

Following four weeks, you can add thicker food like drumsticks and salmon to your diet. After eight weeks, you can try very tender beef or lamb.

Throughout the first eight weeks of your healing, it is important to avoid the following foods: bread with hard crust, crouton, salad, hard steamed vegetable, sticky candies like taffy, pretzels, and nuts.

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